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Enjoy the quick little clip. None of these things are recommendations to buy, sell, or trade stocks. It’s just my personal opinion. But gives you some thoughts takes and insights into the market.
Starbucks Chart – SBUX
Starbucks sold off in a big way. If you look at the previous sell-offs on these stocks like right here, this stock does bounce back.
People love their coffee. They are coffeeholics. Chances are it should bounce back as well. 64 was an excellent price point. Now you’re about $20 more than that.
That’s a stretch for it to come back to 64. But you could see right here this is fairly significant support at around 80. If you get even further, you have some even more serious support at this level.
I’m more neutral on the stock. This is stretched. If you look at it, does that look stretch to you? Absolutely.
We’re going at this angle just show you. We’re going at this angle; you can see now what’s happening. It came back to that same angle. Then we rotated to go to this angle. Then we rotated to go to that angle.
Does that look stretched? Yeah, absolutely.
That’s why we’re back to this angle. And that’s why I say this one still could be okay. That’s because when you look at the longer-term projections, this stock still looks okay.
You are back at that healthy trend line angle. Whereas before you were elevated, you were accelerated, you were much quicker. Now you’re back at that angle, and that’s a much healthier angle of elevation.
This one is very accelerated. It’s the same thing. You could start it right here. Then you could go like this, and you can see we were going even quicker. That’s a fast acceleration.
A little pullback to the second. Can we get a pullback to the third? Yeah, that would be a better approach and where’s that third line up.
You can see that’s what it looks like. Here’s your support right there. Here’s your resistance. This right here, you might say this is confluence.
When you tell your friend to come to dinner at six o’clock, do they show up at 6 o’clock with zero seconds?
No, they show up two minutes early, five minutes early 10 minutes late. Nobody is perfect. The same thing here. Stocks need to find a place. Watch for this key level as this might be a good value spot and buying opportunity.
Right now, we’re still a bit stretched. This is still early on the pullback. But this stock is loved so it may get a bounce quicker than you think or want.
Ultimately you want better pullbacks, but some of these things they’re just loved much more, and then they get a short pullback; people buy into them very quickly.
In this case, watch out for that is that could happen as well. You also have some little bit of support around here for 20 just with this one a slight support level. But it’s minor.
People love Tesla, so let’s chat about it for a second. When you look at this one, this is a euphoric market. In part, there’s also short squeezing that happens with this. But when you look at it right here, this was our breakout point.
People are stepping up to buy this. There’s a lot of bullish volume here, but remember Yahoo, remember big-time companies still there’s always something underneath the surface. And this thing doesn’t last forever.
Even though right now we’re doing well in a pullback slight, it’s still 3% – 21 points not big. They went from 200 to 600, tripled in just a couple of months. That’s a huge run. This is a euphoric market and stock.
Sometimes when you start seeing companies you move like this, it starts and creates a movement in other companies like this. That eventually can lead to more euphoria, and that is almost you could say the beginning of the bubble. Or the beginning of the euphoria.
That’s why you need to be careful. This is very interesting that it’s moving so quickly. It’s euphoric and a pullback in order, but this can last for a lot longer than we think, and we anticipate.
Be careful, step aside on these things. Don’t chase them, get your sanity back and go to something a little more normal, And then come back into it later when things calm down.
If you look at the VIX, you can see we are closer to that 20 zone now. That means there’s more panic in the marketplace.
And if we go to a 2-day view, you can see this used to be our main average and this used to be our lower end. Now we’re at that upper end, and we could get to an even larger end at 21.
- Can we go higher with the VIX?
Yeah, which means there’s going to be more selling to take.
- Can we go lower?
Yes, we’re right in the middle. A good time to sell Iron Condors or sell vertical puts start looking for longer-term retirement strategies but do so cautiously.
This thing can continue to pull back for quite a while. You don’t know, and you don’t know if it’s the beginning of a big recession.
This was a quick little clip directly from the member’s section of our swing charts.