Friday, March 18, 2011

3/18 Bull Watchlist

Juniper Networks drops through its stop/loss and moves to neutral phase.

The exchange-traded fund tracking silver has a weakening trend, down to the 20s as measured by the average directional index (adx).

Bull Positions
JNPR hits stop/loss, moves to neutral phase.
sym adx traj psar bday blevel bstop 2-day?
CBI       mar16 $37.50 $36.38
EUR/USD       feb1 $1.37851 $1.35303  
GBP/USD       feb1 $1.60935 $1.58585  
HGSI       mar10 $27.50 $26.79  
JCP       mar10 $37.48 $35.47  
JNPR       feb4 $38.73 $37.57  
LPNT       feb28 $38.77 $37.61  
PBR       feb22 $38.70 $37.54  
S       mar8 $4.69 $4.54  
SLV       feb17 $30.44 $29.53  
TLT       mar16 $94.70 $92.04
USO       feb23 $39.48 $38.30  
YUM*       mar8 $51.54 $50.08  
Issues that I hold positions in are marked with an asterisk (*).

  • adx: Average direction index location, indicating the strength, or the temperature, of the trend. Orange for 40 or greater, aqua (light blue) for 30 and up but below 40, magenta (light purple) for 20 and up but below 30, and brown for anything below 20. (Mnemonic: Orange for the overhead sun, blue for the surrounding sky, purple for sunset on the horizon and brown for the earth.)
  • traj: Trajectory of the ADX, green for strengthening, red for weakening or yellow for unchanging. Note that if the adx column is orange and the trajectory column is red, then the position must be closed.
  • psar: The parabolic sar, either green for bullish or red for bearish.
  • bday: Breakout day, the day the price broke through the upper or lower 55-day price line.
  • blevel: Breakout level, the price level of the line that was broken through.
  • bstop: The stop/loss price calculated on breakout days as the 14-day average true range below the breakout-day low for a bull phase and above thre breakout-day high for a bear phase.
  • 2-day?: Marked with an "✔" if the two-day rule is in effect. Under the rule, if the price closes below the breakout level on each of the two days following breakout day, then the position must be exited.

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