Friday, April 10, 2015

Friday's Agenda

DXJ, which gave a bull signal with high historical odds of success on Thursday, failed to follow through the next day, trading below the 20-day price channel an hour after the opening bell. I plan no further analysis as a directional play.

Two symbols, IYR and MON, gave bear signals, both with low historical odds of success. They pulled back to the downside a bit. I'll do further analysis with the goal of constructing direction-neutral trades.

-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, April 10, 2015


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