Day trading mode again.
Smart trading says be in cash until the market tips it’s hand again. A few solid trades yesterday on the short-side such as LNKD or GS.
Contraction in stock prices always leads to a trend. Be patient and don’t over trade during this back-and-forth price action.
Pete’s Day Trading Notes:
- Financials very weak.
- ISM and Crude Inventories today.
- A good time to practice your sector rotation skills.
Stock Market Today: Map of the S&P 500
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Day Trading Game Plan: The SPY ETF Outlook
$SPY price action is neutral. One trading range after another. Be stock specific for now.
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Why Is Goldman Sachs (GS) Stock Falling Today?
Shares of Goldman Sachs (GS – Analyst Report) have dropped about 4.4% today following news that the company’s Asia unit was publicly censured by the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC).
The censure was issued in response to the bank’s conduct between November 2013 and July 2014 while it was serving as a financial adviser to Wing Hang Bank. The SFC said in a statement that Goldman Sachs traded 11 Wing Hang securities without the proper securities, and the company did not receive consent for 26 trades.
Despite these accusations, Goldman Sachs will not pay any fines or face any penalties.
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3 Reasons Goldman Sachs Stock Could Fall
Goldman Sachs looks like a good value, but it’s not without risk.
Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) posted some pretty solid performance in 2015, with year-over-year gains in investment banking and investment management, and better-than-expected numbers on the top and bottom lines.In addition, thanks to the recent weakness in the market and the financial sector in particular, Goldman is trading for an extremely attractive discount to book value that hasn’t been seen in three years.Continue reading about Goldman Sachs on fool.com
Stocks to Trade 2-3-16
Short-Term Trading Momentum:
Positive the last 20 and 5 trading days | closed 2% higher from the open: GPOR, KORS, MAT, PCG, PE, SWHC
Negative last 20 and 5 trading days | closed 2% lower from the open: rcl, mbly, tso, car, ccl, aer, wynn, lng, tsla, qcom, uri, crm, ea, akam, gs, ual, c, ir, mjn, amzn, celg, mar, kmx, expe, baba, vmw, nflx
Quarterly Order Flow:
Bullish Stocks to Trade: KORS, LULU, GOOGL, TJX, NEE, FL, DG, PM, DLTR, FB, MCD, SBUX, JNJ, FSLR
Bearish Stocks to Trade: rcl, mbly, tso, car, ccl, aer, lng, tsla, hp, qcom, uri, hes, crm, ea, dvn, akam, cop, gs, ual, c, ir, mjn, celg, mpc, kmx, adi, expe, pru, ba, stt, bmy, jpm, baba, vmw, nflx, axp, gild, tif
20 Day Breakdown: rcl, tso, ccl, aer, tsla, qcom, crm, ea, akam, gs, bmy, baba, vmw, lly, nvs, gild
20 Day Breakout: KORS, MAT, PCG, BAX, EIX, PYPL, COG
2x Normal Volume: FB, KORS, RCL, CCL, YUM, UPS, TIF, GOOGL, MNK, CAM, TSO, NCLH
Inside days: jnpr, mrk, wmt, axp, sbux, jnlu, unp, abbv, mcd, hd, mtd, dfs, wy, low, duk, kim, pep, kmx, gsk, hcn, jwn