On September 8 I analyzed Wolfspeed -WOLF- and laid out a potential post-earnings trade. The criteria and triggers were all met and the stock has made an impressive move (roughly 8% from the trigger to yesterday’s close) in a short time.
Revisit the report here: Watching WOLF and PGR
As part of the plan, this was mentioned -
As it moves higher sell some into the $120 area to book some profit and cover or reduce risk.
Well, here we are at the $120 area. Yesterday’s high of the day was 124.08.
The stock has -
reached a previous resistance level
is below that this afternoon
and is printing a DeMark 9 Sell Signal.
I won’t explain all the details now, (explanation here) but you should know that DeMark indicators can be a useful tool in timing market reversals.
So with this combination of factors:
reaching the target price area
and DeMark 9 sell signal
I’m reiterating the suggestion to adhere to the plan: trim and trail, book some profit, and reduce risk.
Then take a brief moment to celebrate a job (trade) well done before moving on to the next game plan.
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