Financial Movers Podcast #36
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How to properly swing a stock: I’ve been in this one since July 22
The financial sector just took off, but still has a lot of flight time before it’s time to disembark the plane
Major indexes were either down, or barely broke even, but i don't believe that today was a sell off. Only a breather for a hot market
Add it to the watchlist - I have another pick that you need to follow
1. Textbook Swing Trade: Kimberly Clark (KMB)
- Posted on Twitter @FinancialMovers --- July 23---Trading at $144.60
Target was met at $150. But don’t pull out. Move the stops up.
I’m now up +8.7 in unrealized gains, but my stop is currently at $154.84, so if stopped out I'll capture +7%
If i pulled out at my target then i’d be missing out on an extra 3.2% from where my current stop is at $154.84
2. The Financial Sector is soaring:
- On July 15 I released episode #27 and stated that the market was beginning rotation. I said money would move from the tech sector and start going into financials.
- Today:Nasdaq ended (-1.13%)
I’ve been talking about all four of these financial companies for a while whether in previous episodes, on twitter, or both
I’ve especially been hot for $BAC and you can go back to episode #32 when $BAC was trading at $24 and listen to when i broke down their financials, how much buffett was investing into them, and where i see their stock price going in the near future, and it's definitely higher than today's close of $26.11
$BAC is already up +6.57% since I've been vocal about it in late July and this is the tip of the iceberg.
3. Today wasn't a sell off. Only a breather for a hot market: Stocks that were doing good wouldn't “dip” for you to buy them
Look at my picks from Monday’s episode #34
TXN:Don't be afraid that it was down (-0.13%) today. Make sure stops have been moved up, but I believe today looked more bull than bear
-Low sell-volume which indicates small profit taking (below avg volume)
-6th consecutive day of making higher lows
-Close over $133 signals strong support
-Making new base over 50 on RSI
-solid cup and handle pattern
- It’s up +3.2% from my call on entry and call on Monday
- Moving my stop up to a little under Thursday’s low of $132.03
- Putting my stop at $131.90. A little space under the low and psych level of $132 support.
Lockheed Martin (LMT):
Closed today at $385.62. Called and entered on monday at $377.10 +2.2% (slow moving, but have patience)
Closed higher than the indexes. Good volume and riding 20-day support v strong
Moving my stop up to entry at $377.10 to at least break even. If price falls that low its a false breakout
4. Add it to the watchlist: Philip Morris International (PM)
- Moving stop up to $75.90 -- Psych level of $76 and a little space
This concludes episode #36 of the Financial Movers podcast.