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6th June 2022 - Trading Journal
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Recap from last week: My better half had an appendicitis last week so I was trading minimally and didn't have time to do my write ups. On Friday 3rd June I traded $HDSN & $SHLX. On the former I was stopped out as it reversed quickly. In hindsight the volume wasn't there. I'm still in $SHLX from $14.39 with a stop at $13.80. So far it hasn't made the move I wanted but it's in a strong sector with a good setup.
I did not do much work last week except work on some scans and I also want to streamline my watchlists a bit better. I currently use TC2000 & Tradingview. I love tradingview for many things but they fall down with scans and the speed at which you can go through watchlists. I think I need to have only my focus list on there and use TC2000 for everything else including my sector lists. This will require a bit of work.
Situational awareness:
Cautiously Bullish on Monday. The market is coiling for an explosive move one way or the other. I believe that will be upward but my belief is of course weakly held.
Pre Market Work:
Chinese names rallying early pre market. I had been keeping an eye on $PDD other names with a lot of volume were $FUTU & $DQ. Regardless of big moves none of these names currently meet my criteria to trade in terms of a proper setup. I am also on the fence on whether I would even want to trade Chinese names, however it must be considered if they show significant accumulation and trend. So far they have not in my opinion.
$ASH a Chemical name had a nice setup and a strong pre-market volume. It also had a positive shake out in the last week or so testing the 200 Day twice with a strong bounce on the second time around. Some other notable names I've mentioned recently were $BMBL & $DOCN both of which are continuing to set up well for a longer outlook.
Trading day:
Identified in Pre-Market I took $ASH at $111.20.

Notice the higher than average volume on the day + RS + Price breakout. To me this looks like a positive name to be long despite the fade with the market late in the day.
Shell stayed largely flat for the day and $ZM. was all over the place but it's range is still very tight with the moving averages converging more each day. On a breakout from this point I would considering adding to my call spread position which is currently slightly in the green. Notice the volume dry up in orange.

End of day Thoughts:
As mentioned in pre market I certainly wish to improve my watchlists. They're pretty good but some fine tuning and ability to scroll through them quickly would help. I also want to develop my scans a bit more in TC2000.
Notes & Open Trades:
  • $SHLX - 5% Stock Position - Entry $14.39 - Stop: $13.80
  • $ASH - 5% Stock Position - Entry $111.20 - Stop: $104
  • $ZM - August 19th $150/$170 Bull Call Spread - Cost $1.49 per contract
Please note I operate my risk with options that I can lose 100% of the premium. This is the safest way to trade them in my opinion. Even if I cut at 50% once I am setup to lose 100% within my risk threshold then I will stay ahead of my required R:R.
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Upcoming Earnings Calendar (Feb 28th - Mar 4th)
Hey guys! Here's the upcoming earnings calendar! Two of my holdings, $SE and $SOFI report next week, so I'll be paying significant attention to both. Other than that, I'm also interested in seeing what retailers like $TGT $BBY and $COST have to say about supply chain issues and inflation.

Good luck to everyone!

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Big Week Ahead! (Oct 25-29 Earnings Calendar)
Next week will probably be the most interesting week for the stock market this quarter. The largest companies in the world are all reporting and we'll get a lot of very valuable insights.

Here's what I'm interested in:
  • More context on the slowdown in ad spending from $FB $GOOG and $TWTR. Let's see if these companies are experiencing similar issues to the ones $SNAP mentioned yesterday.
  • Comments on the global supply chain issues from $KMB $MMM $GLW $LOGI and others.
  • A general update from $AMD $TDOC $SHOP and$AMZN.
  • Perspectives on the energy market from $XOM $CVX

Comment below what earnings call you're looking forward to!

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