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A quick look at realized volatility on the USD/JPY currency pair was followed by a deeper dive into the Composite Indicator and what it can tell us about the S&P500 right now. Then we looked at Weekly Trend Following positions and reviewed a few stocks.
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Central banks were first on the agenda, followed by Gold and Oil. Then we looked at Dominion Energy, Boeing and GE. The Help and 52-Week strategies were reviewed and a query on how to exit a position on Intel was answered.
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With a busy session ahead, we dispensed with the usual macro overview and got straight into the performance of recent Trade Ideas, which included Edgewise Therapeutics, Allegion, First Foundation, Grindr, Community Trust, SSO and Dominion.
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We began with an overview of how global markets performed in 2023, followed by a catchup on our preferred trading strategies. Then we reviewed a Client’s open positions in Intel (NASDAQ: INTC), Dominion (NYSE:D), Citigroup (NYS:C) and Disney (NYSE:DIS).
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After some housekeeping, we announced upcoming improvements to Murphy Trading. 2023 in the markets was reviewed, strategies were updated, and then we started building a watchlist of stocks as we looked forward to profitable opportunities in 2024.
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While waiting for 1:30 PM ET and attendees to login, we demonstrated how to update data for the HELP Strategy. Then we looked at the holiday season for US equity markets, reviewed the 52-Week Strategy and FBD Strategies, and answered queries sent in.
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Possible changes to the webinar format and the introduction of ‘Trade Ideas’ in 2024 were discussed before we looked at trades in Watts Water (WTS), Broadstone (BNL), Salesforce (CRM), State Street (STT), Coopers (COO) and finally Corvel (CRVL).
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The macro-overview was brief this month as we were keen to get into the charts. A potential ‘first lower high’ on the S&P500 was examined, open positions in strategies were checked, a stock screening tool was reviewed and finally some interesting queries were addressed.
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After the August break we returned to the charts and began with a quick macro summary which focused on China and Apple (AAPL). Open positions in our favorite strategies were then reviewed before we rounded off this month’s extended webinar with a look at client’s queries.
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