It was another great month in the SharePlanner Splash Zone!

My trades were 82% accurate and the portfolio brought in  $7,751.63 for the month. 

For the year it is $42,312.24 and for many of the traders they don't even have to lift a finger in making these kinds of profits as they automate their accounts with the Splash Zone through the Ditto Trade brokerage. 

Here are my trading results for August:

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And if you want to see every trade that I have ever made in the Splash Zone and the results of those trades you can check out my past performance by clicking here. 

As you can see, members of the Splash Zone have come to expect consistent profits, month-in and month-out and you can try it out for Free with a 7-Day Trial where you will be given access to the Splash Zone Chat Room along with my real-time trade alerts sent to you via email and text (international too). 

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Pre-market update:

  • Asian markets traded 0.1% lower.
  • European markets are trading flat.
  • US futures are trading 0.2% higher ahead of the market open. 


Economic reports due out (all times are eastern): 
Personal Income and Outlays (8:30), Chicago PMI (9:45), Consumer Sentiment (9:55)

Technical Outlook (SPX):

  • SPX had strong sell-off initially yesterday, but the dip-buyers came in and managed to recoup about 2/3's of the day's losses. 
  • Yesterday was a good indicator of what this market still wants to do, and that is to likely move higher in the short-term. 
  • Even with SPX making new all-time highs, less than 60% of stocks are trading above their 40-day moving average. 
  • SPX managed to climb right back and above the 5-day moving average yesterday. 
  • Volume was light yesterday and should be even lighter today with this weekend being Labor Day weekend. Expect next week to be light as well. 
  • The head and shoulders pattern on SPX 30-minute chart is still looming large. A strong start out of the market this morning will be needed to nullify it. 
  • A pullback would be much needed - doesn't need to be a strong one, but enough to let prices cool off some on individual stocks. 
  • With this pullback there is some support between 1988 and 1891.
  • A lot of nontraditional traders are starting to get interested in this stock market which usually starts to show that there is too much "froth" in the market. 
  • Continue to tighten stops and take profits where you can on positions ensuring that you don't get caught with your pants down if the market suddenly sells-off. 
  • The market doesn't care about the economy nor earnings. That is not what is driving it. The market only cares about what the Fed is doing to keep equities propped up. 


My Trades:


  • Closed out AMZN yesterday for a 0.1% gain. 
  • Added three new long positions to the portfolio yesterday. 
  • Remain long AAPL at 95.56, CTXS at 69.96, STT at 70.99
  • Will look to add 1 new long position today. 
  • 60% Long / 40% Cash
  • Join me each day for all my real-time trades and alerts in the SharePlanner Splash Zone

Chart for SPX:

SP 500 Market Analysis 8-29-14

Members of the SharePlanner Splash Zone are having an outstanding month (and year) - and I encourage you to become part of our success by signing up for a Free 7-Day Trial to the Splash Zone where you'll receive access to my Trading Room and Real-Time Trade Alerts via text and email (including international numbers). You can also automate all my trades through Ditto Trade. Click here to subscribe.

Here is tomorrow's swing-trading watch-list:

Long Western Digital (WDC)

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Today's Google Hangout involves going over trade setups in $VLO $ESV $NBL $SCHW $SPWR $TQNT $WDC. 

User requests in $FB $TSLA and $AMAT

My current positions in $AAPL $CTXS and the position I closed out in $AMZN this morning.

And then the charts in $RUT $SPX and $COMPQ

Here's the video:

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Pre-market update:

  • Asian markets traded 0.5% lower.
  • European markets are trading 0.7% lower.
  • US futures are trading 0.4% lower ahead of the market open. 


Economic reports due out (all times are eastern): 
GDP (8:30), Jobless Claims (8:30), Corporate Profits (8:30), Pending Home Sales Index (10), EIA Natural Gas Report (10:30), Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Index (11)

Technical Outlook (SPX):

  • No surprise here to see the market gapping down in the pre-market today. 
  • A pullback would be much needed - doesn't need to be a strong one, but enough to let prices cool off some on individual stocks. 
  • Russia and Ukraine back in the headlines and the news driver behind the sell-off. 
  • With this pullback there is some support between 1888 and 1891.
  • SPX rose for the 11th time in the past 14 sessions. 
  • 30 minute SPX chart has a well-defined head and shoulders pattern that will confirm at the open today. 
  • Volume continues to rapidly drop off this week. 
  • A lot of nontraditional traders are starting to get interested in this stock market which usually starts to show that there is too much "froth" in the market. 
  • Continue to tighten stops and take profits where you can on positions ensuring that you don't get caught with your pants down if the market suddenly sells-off. 
  • The market doesn't care about the economy nor earnings. That is not what is driving it. The market only cares about what the Fed is doing to keep equities propped up. 


My Trades:


  • Did not add any new positions yesterday. 
  • Did not close out any positions yesterday. 
  • Remain long AAPL at 95.56, CTXS at 69.96, STT at 70.99, AMZN at 338.93.
  • Will look to add 1 new long position today. 
  • 40% Long / 60% Cash
  • Join me each day for all my real-time trades and alerts in the SharePlanner Splash Zone

Chart for SPX:

SP 500 Market Analysis 8-28-14

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While many in the past week are finally realizing that this market rally is legit, traders of the SharePlanner Splash Zone have been booking profits throughout the entire month of August.

Just look at some of the gains that have been booked so far this week:

- Facebook (FB) for 3.5% profit

- Netflix (NFLX) for a 4.8% profit

- E*Trade (ETFC) for a 3.8% profit

- Express Scripts (ESRX) for a 5.4% profit.

And that doesn't include our portfolio where all four trades are profitable including Apple (AAPL) which is up 7.4% so far

Still not convinced? Then check out all of Ryan's real-time past performance in the Splash Zone by clicking here:

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Not only that, but you will trade side by side with Ryan each and every day in the SharePlanner chat room as well as many other traders of many different trading skills and abilities. 

Sign Up Today for a Free 7-Day Trial to start consistently profiting in the stock market. With The Splash Zone, you will get my low risk and high probability trade setups that no other trading service can offer.

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The SharePlanner Reversal Indicator is not nearly as uber-bullish as it had been the past few weeks.

But it is still bullish. On the daily though you are at extremes that suggests some kind of pullback or at the very least, consolidation of some kind is likely here. 

Here's the Daily SPRI:

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Pre-market update:

  • Asian markets traded 0.2% lower.
  • European markets are trading 0.1% lower.
  • US futures are trading flat ahead of the market open. 


Economic reports due out (all times are eastern):
MBA Purchase Applications (7), EIA Petroleum Status Report (10:30)

Technical Outlook (SPX):

  • SPX rose for the 10th time in the past 13 sessions. 
  • First time ever for SPX to close above 2000. 
  • Hitting the 2000 mark on SPX has spurred on lots of discussion about whether stocks are in a major bubble here....of course they are!
  • SPX 30-minute chart is showing some distribution, and the potential for a head and shoulders pattern
  • Regardless, the uptrend remains firmly intact. While a pullback is probably necessary here, you have to wait for it to happen, not front run it. 
  • VIX continues its sell-off going back down to 11.63 yesterday. 
  • Volume continues to rapidly drop off this week. 
  • The five-day moving average represents a perfect trajectory of the market's direction at the moment. 
  • A lot of nontraditional traders are starting to get interested in this stock market which usually starts to show that there is too much "froth" in the market. 
  • Continue to tighten stops and take profits where you can on positions ensuring that you don't get caught with your pants down if the market suddenly sells-off. 
  • The market doesn't care about the economy nor earnings. That is not what is driving it. The market only cares about what the Fed is doing to keep equities propped up. 


My Trades:

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Members of the SharePlanner Splash Zone are having an outstanding month (and year) - and I encourage you to become part of our success by signing up for a Free 7-Day Trial to the Splash Zone where you'll receive access to my Trading Room and Real-Time Trade Alerts via text and email (including international numbers). You can also automate all my trades through Ditto Trade. Click here to subscribe.

Here is tomorrow's swing-trading watch-list:

Long Facebook (FB)

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The list of bearish trade setups have diminished again some this week as a result of a massive bull rally for most of August. 

While I am still a bit uncertain of this market at these levels and how much more it can really rally, experience has taught me to always expect the unexpected from the stock market,  so that what seems illogical today, can make perfect sense tomorrow. 

That's what the charts are for - to guide your decisions and there is not reason to get short this market until price and volume suggest doing so. 

So tuck this list a way and keep it handy for such a time where the market decides to get a little freaky to the downside. 

Here's the bearish list of trade setups:

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