YHOO

By: Stock Barometer | Sun, Apr 5, 2009
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4/5/2009 9:04:16 AM

This week we'll take a "NEW" look at YHOO...

By "NEW" I mean that we'll be showing you full screen shots of our positions (instead of stand alone charts).

This is my screen as I use it. It shows daily, weekly and monthly views and a technical indicator as I use them to set up my trades.

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OK, back to this week's trade set up - YHOO.

Here's my trade screen.

I prefer one screen that covers what I need (as opposed to a multi screen set up) as I travel a lot and periodically only have a laptop (or two) to use. And I'm not a day trader - although I may switch to a shorter term view & use a 5-RSI to set up the short term entry. I also have a list of indicators on the left that I can switch to to look for short term timing clues. I'll cover that more detail later.

YHOO is a nice stock as it lines up very well with market sentiment indicators (bottom right screen). I've tied in some of the key signals with past activity. It's neat to see some of this stuff line up. The question is, what would you do right now?

Since the indicators are not clearly at a key reversal level, but I am bullish on the markets but expecting some short term chop - I would set up for a trend trade here. To set up a trend trade, you move to the weekly chart, establish a trend line, buy and remain long as long as the stock remains above the trend line on a weekly basis.

What to use as a trend line? Technically, I prefer to use the 10-week moving average. However, you can use a straight line - but the 10 week tends to movemore in conjunction with the movement of the stock and will tend to get you out earlier and protect more of your profits.

So that's it on the stock trade. Let me know if you have any questions...

On to the options trade - if you trade options, a bull call spread is a good trade to match a longer term trend trade - whereas your goal is a 100% return from the options trade - with limited risk (the value of the options). Here you go:

Well, I hope you enjoyed this week's article and I look forward to talking to some of you next weekend...

Regards,

 


 

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