Saturday Morning Charts
in place of the regular Weekend Market Update
Good morning all!
Yesterday was a different trade. I traded markets and computer screens for mountains and wilderness. In a world where every trade has an uncertain outcome, this trade may be as close to a “sure thing” as I’ll ever get.
I’ve written about The Importance of Downtime in Trading before.
Scott Redler reminds us almost daily:
Part of that “process and routine that we love,” is taking time to refresh and feed the brain.
Yesterday’s trade definitely goes in the “Win” column.
As a result, there is no regular Weekend Market Update this week.
Instead. Please join me as I post my weekly thread of Saturday Morning Charts on Twitter.
It looks like yesterday was an amazing day in the markets. I’m excited to dig into the charts and see what happened, and what we may need to look out for in the coming week and month.
See you there!
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Long: ADBE, DRI, MCK, QQQ, SOXL
Short: AMD 1118C80
Options symbols are denoted as follows:
Ticker, Date, Call/Put, Strike Price
Example: VXX1218C30 = VXX 12/18 Call with a $30 strike