How to Find Growth Stocks

When it comes to trading, we all want to make money, but there are a few different ways to go about it. A lot of it can depend on your personality, your time horizon, or how much time you can dedicate to the act of trading. For me, options have never worked very well, but … Read more

Indexes Still Undecided

The markets have been on fire for months, but that isn’t necessarily the case beneath the surface. Despite the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq trucking along and making new all-time highs, there is a large contingent of tickers not doing well. One thought is that perhaps these stocks are cycling down into better buy points … Read more

Wild Swings Makes Cash King

The market has had a few wild swings lately. While the down move was the easier one to catch, staying out of the market during times like these can be a wise option, too As traders we certainly have an urge and itch to always be in the action and making trades, but if you … Read more

Pullback On Horizon?

Good news, the S&P 500 (SPY) and Invesco QQQ (Nasdaq exchange traded fund) have been hitting new all-time highs. This reinforces the stance I had that the SPY move down in mid-June was just a dip. It was a little intense at the time, but I definitely wasn’t communicating anything bearish to the Moxie IndicatorTM … Read more

Is Market Behavior Pre-Determined?

The market has been on a tear since the Covid-19 low back around mid-March of last year, but there have been some levels where the market has become volatile and run into resistance. Many of those areas coincide with Fibonacci (Fib) levels, which I think is fascinating. I always wonder if Fibonacci points have become … Read more

Two Day Trade?

Right now, I’m feeling like I’m stuck between a rock and a hard place. I took two small trades, which if they work, might only go for two days. The SPY is near all-time highs as it keeps bumping along the Daily 50 SMA. On the surface, this should be fine, but I just am … Read more

Inverse Trampoline Setup

The market had a pretty rough day on March 3rd, but your accounts probably already told you that. I know mine did when all my stops got hit over the course of a few days. And with all that fresh cash burning a hole in our pockets, I know we were itching to put it … Read more

February is Seasonally Weak

February is Seasonally Weak

Hey Market Pilots, February is typically a weak month, and while that sounds like no fun or detrimental to our accounts, we should keep a few things in mind when contextualizing it. While the second half of 2020 and the beginning of 2021 have been extremely strong, we can’t expect our accounts—or the market—to go … Read more

Correction-by-Time

Correction by Time

Hey Market Pilots, The indexes have been a little difficult to read and interpret over the last few weeks. I chalk this up to back-to-back four day holiday weeks where traders are on vacation and volume is reduced, plus end of year shenanigans due to tax concerns. I wrote a newsletter the other week describing … Read more

When-to-Trade-VS-When-to-Hold

When to Trade VS When to Hold

Hey Market Pilots, Usually I am a pretty active trader, but recently there have been many names out there which have given me significant signs that I should hold on for longer. So when and how do we decide to go from trading a stock to holding a stock longer term? For trading, it’s mostly … Read more