Moving Average Crossovers | Brent Moors | 12-19-19 | Technically Speaking: Trading the Trends

Moving Average Crossovers | Brent Moors | 12-19-19 | Technically Speaking: Trading the Trends

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hey everybody it is good to be here
today my name is Brent Moore’s I am in for mr. James Boyd who was out today he
should be back same time next week I believe but today we’re talking about
trends I want to talk to you about identifying potential trend trades today
so before we do that what I want to do though is what I need to do though is go
through just a few little disclosure reminders there jack Gary Charles
welcome to you now this is technically speaking we’re talking about trading the
trend just remember that options are not suitable for all investors as a special
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account is solely your responsibility we’ll be looking at paper money today
paper money is for educational purposes only and there you go I think that’s the
the main stuff there what are we gonna do today we’re going to talk about
current market conditions I want to look at both a few major indexes as well as
how some different sectors are doing then I want to talk about I want to talk
about identifying potential trend trades and the means to do that the moving
average crossovers so I’ll show you how to build those and how to interpret
those and I want to make it real practical and show you on the system how
to do that welcome Ricardo welcome Alfred as well now oops oh those are
option Greeks by the way and so just be aware of those there is something else I
need to mention though and that is that beginning in January we have a new
webcast scheduled coming up and we’ll be combining some webcast at each
overlapping topics creating some brand new webcast to address topics and
concepts that need more now in this case we’re talking
about technically speaking trading the trend there’s no changes to this
particular class okay so all is set to be here will continue to be here
Thursdays at 2:00 o’clock Eastern Time there you go I think that’s the main the
main thing I wanted to talk about before we got too far into this so you know I’m
talking about trend trading I’m hoping that by the time you’re done
you will be comfortable finding your own potential trend trading opportunities
let me go to the thinkorswim platform you should be able to see that now and I
have a chart of the SPX or the S&P 500 up and boy we have had a trend in fact
one thing you would probably say here is we’ve had it’s gone up and it’s been
flagging something okay so the general trend is up and let me just make a note
here I guess and the know Diaz on the chart you will see I have this green
line here you see that that green line is a 50-day moving average often in
terms of identifying the trend I think probably the easiest way in fact
probably the easiest way to identify the trend is to go and put on a moving
average and I’ll tell you why when we’re looking at a chart you know
the traditional definition of a trend is a well it’s a series of higher highs and
higher lows okay higher highs and higher lows but in
practice it can be difficult to pick out where the highs are and the lows are
that’s an uptrend I said higher that’s a trend it’s no that’s technically an
uptrend and just vice-versa for a downtrend lower highs and lower lows for
a downtrend but what’s the lower high and what’s a higher high that can
sometimes get a little bit tricky whereas moving averages are pretty
straightforward and most people don’t have a problem looking at a moving
average and then deciding whether that moving
average is sloping up or sloping down or going roughly sideways so as we look at
this chart here what we see is we see and this is an obvious one because
everybody can see that the sp500 is going up but just in general if the
moving average is going up that’s probably a decent bullish sign but look
at word not don’t just look at that look at where the stock is in relationship to
that if the stock is above that if the stock is above an upward sloping moving
average that’s an uptrend if the stock is below an upward sloping moving
average then that may be a trend that is changing same thing on the reverse side
if the trend is if the moving average is going down and the stock is below that
or in this case the index is below that then that would be more of a bearish
sign what if the stock is above a downward sloping moving average again
that may be a sign that things are changing so it’s not a clear uptrend at
that point but you may cease to call it a downtrend in this case it’s pretty
straight forward though in this case it’s the stock the index is above that
so that’s the first thing I’m generally going to do when we’re when we’re
looking at technical analysis you know I think it probably makes sense I think it
probably makes sense to prioritize what is them what are the most important
things technically okay volume technical indicators the general you know
oscillators the trend support resistance price patterns candlesticks you know
these are all created equal and some are more short-term and some longer-term
indicators for example the trend the general trend probably isn’t telling me
anything about what the stock is gonna do over the next day or two okay what
about but now but it may help me decide the general direction over the next few
weeks okay take on the other hand let’s think of let’s think of candlestick
patterns do they tell us where the stock is going over than
few weeks probably not but they may help us to decide where the stocks going over
the next few days so not all these are created equal in terms of time frame
that’s the first thing second thing and you know I’m not here to tell you what
the most important thing is are exactly what should be part of your trading plan
however I would say most technicians tend to put a pretty high priority on
trend there’s some that maybe don’t but trend is pretty high on the list
supporting the resistance tends to be pretty high in the list and along with
supporting resistance I’m gonna throw on price patterns because I I’d argue that
price patterns are just kind of another an alternative way of looking at support
resistance but but then when we get to oscillators well I think some technical
traders would put that a little bit lower on the list or volume maybe on
there but I’m gonna prioritize trend and that’s generally what we’re talking
about today so let’s look at the trend of some of these stocks here and where
we’re going with this okay so the general trend has been up excuse
me the general trend has been up but as the stock has gone up you’ll notice it
goes up pulls bad it’s only one day pull back up sideways okay do you see it go
it go it doesn’t go straight up it goes up and down and up and down up and
here’s our side wait we had a two day right there do you see that two days of
a sideways move okay now what I don’t know what it’s gonna do but given what
we did before look at this here’s two days down look at the last two days we
had down Oh here was two days down and the last two days before that here’s two
days down okay what did they do on these after those two days down we we had kind
of a we had a bounce up bounce up and looks like we may have started that
bounce up today some people will actually way now this is you can use
this as just a general idea for the over market or of course you know if you
wanted to do options and trade them on the SPX you could do that as well or you
could use an ETF on the S&P 500 and trade it that way but look when you see
that one possibility is to jump in but another one is to wait for a
confirmation but that confirmation is usually something like a close above the
high of the low day which indeed we have right here so so the general trend more
intermediate term look is fairly bullish and also a little bit of a bounce here
right now now also one other thing to know as let’s look at a different
different thing this is that S&P 500 here’s the Dow let’s take a look at the
tail doesn’t look that different does it you know the few days days a couple days
here or there are a little different but in general the down the S&P 500 look
pretty similar let me go to the Nasdaq and see again not that’ll not all that
different I mean there may be a little concern on these in that this look
where’s the stock right now the or the index right is right there where’s the
moving average right there when you start to get that big a gap sometimes
that can be a little bit of a concern but you know we’ve actually maintained
that gap for quite a while and the general trend seems to be holding there
so maybe not as big a concern one other thing I should have mentioned and that
is this is a 50 period moving average I think you guys can probably see that
right there I just crossed it out 50 period moving average okay well is the
day chart so six months each each choice each candles a day so it’s a 50 day
moving average that’s a pretty typical intermediate term moving average one
that I use fair amount for intermediate intermediate markets if you want a
shorter term trend go down to 10 or 20 day moving average probably you know I
don’t know longer-term trend 100 or 150 maybe even 200-day moving average okay
so let’s keep on moving here how about let’s go on to the Russell 2000 small
caps a lot of times we’ve seen it kind of a divergence between large caps and
small caps but indeed it has just been going up in
fact if I go back one thing I would point out is resistance levels on these
but the problem is on when we were looking at the Nasdaq look where’s your
resistance level I mean we can go back and say this stock has already made a
big enough move that it’s bound to pull back but I’m not sure I would call that
a resistance level of resistance level I’m going to think of it as some prior
level we hit off another way to look at it is maybe a round number 9,000 perhaps
on the Nasdaq okay here’s the Dow again we’re in our all-time high on the Dow
where’s the next round number 28,000 that 29,000 that’s still a little ways
off S&P 500 we’re at an all-time high okay in fact today we just pierced that
welcome with this week I should say this is a weekly chart this week we pierced
the 3200 mark for the first time ever and just a lot of new records here so
it’s hard to talk about resistance there on this the rut is a little bit
different because we’ve had some bullish recently where this is a three-year
chart so so this is you know these are weeks here we’ve had some strong
momentum but potential resistance up here on that now I’m going to switch
back to a six month charge oil strong move in oil possible resistance right
here but we had one two three four six days in a row up on oil potential
resistance around the 62 level on oil gold that’s fairly strong by the way you
know there’s different factors that affect oil but one of the main factors
that affects oil is global perceived global demand global economy and of
course there’s other fat other factors there as well such as supply-side
factors right refining capacity and that sort of stuff OPEC policy
can certainly affect it but potential whether you know can can you you know if
there’s a before in hurricane season which were we’re not really but that
certainly can affect well prices geopolitical conflicts gonna affect it
but global demand is a huge thing and right now that’s fairly bullish in terms
of an overall economic indicator gold on the other hand let’s look at this gold
chart because this is this unlike pretty much everything else we’ve looked at so
far gold is not quite so bullish if I draw a line here I can more or less draw
that line there I can also do you draw it probably a couple ways yeah we have a
triangle kind of a little pin it that is is this bullish or bearish well the
answer is it depends on which way it breaks out but generally if it’s
preceded by a downward move that would generally be not that’d be maybe a
little bit more of a bearish sight signal but I think most technicians like
to see a break below if they’re gonna do a bearish trade on that but if you think
about gold gold is often kind of a safety instrument rather than the core
investment or if people have a bullish stance on the market they’re less likely
to put much money in gold and so that could be one reason that’s going to
looking a little different there let’s look at the VIX here’s the VIX
Volatility is fairly low about twelve and a half right now and I guess one
other point on the VIX is this the VIX if we go back farther let’s go back
three years on the VIX we can see look we’ve hit some levels down here as low
as a brown ten more often than not over the past couple years
this is a if I can draw my line straight this is about the low level in other
words we’re kind of at the low level for the last couple of years and it can
certainly spike higher but if it does spec spike higher it doesn’t tend to
stay up there it tends to revert mean reversion right so this has implication
for your options trades if you’re an options trader it’s it seems we’d expect
premiums to be fairly low right now just kind of across the board of course
individual options may be different but in general option premiums are gonna be
fairly low so that may benefit more buying type strategies because when
you’re selling and you want a higher premium when you’re selling you want a
higher premium if but right now you’re probably not getting much premium there
for it now the thing is that can change and if you look back it doesn’t it
doesn’t stay down here for very long I mean this was maybe the most well you
know you you have this word I’ll last for a few months down at this level but
kind of in a brilliant it it Peaks up at some point there along the way so we can
wait and see that alright let’s go let’s move forward let’s look at some sectors
here because I want to get on to the main topic which is our trend here is
energy what have we seen on energy we’ve seen this on energy are we busting out
of that right here maybe that was kind of a descending triangle and I often
want to descend in triangle what we’d say is that is kind of more of a bearish
pattern but if it breaks to the high side if it’s breaking this then all of a
sudden that’s bullish let’s go back to the context of what we’re talking about
earlier in terms of trend now let’s go onion now this remember this is a
weekly chart so this is a fifty week moving average this is a longer-term
moving average so let’s switch down to say a six month chart and what we can
see is it has indeed had a fairly strong recent recent move up there on energy so
energy has been strong most of these stocks most of these sectors are strong
materials are strong possible resistance here right at the 380 level we’re kind
of on the edge of that maybe breaking through it maybe a little bit early to
call that a breakthrough on that industrials have been strong but again I don’t know I’m not sure how I would I’m
not sure how it approaches one maybe resistance up in this level is
maybe the the strongest thing I would say there in terms of resistance but
we’re above the upward sloping moving average so the trend is intersecting
with the potential resistance level if the resistance level is a concern you
can always wait for a breakout above it but oftentimes that trend will
oftentimes that trend will win out let’s keep on moving on consumer discretionary
here’s a breakout above some resistance levels we were fairly sideways on this
and it’s staying bullish this may look a little bit let me let me zoom in a
little bit do you see how this could be if we were ignoring today pretend today
didn’t happen yet and we’re looking at this yesterday we may be thinking oh
that’s kind of a toppy looking candle there after a bit strong move up opens
up on this day closes lower than the open is that the sign that the thing
that the trend is over look at this this is a bullish engulfing pattern okay
so this so that is kind of a I don’t know a refutation of yesterday’s candle
in a sense on that keep moving up staples has been very strong staples
which we usually perceive to be kind of a defensive sector has been doing fairly
strong Healthcare has been knocking it out of the park financials st. you know it’s kind of
boring isn’t it all these sectors are just really strong here’s technology
here’s communications ditto ditto ditto it’s kind of the same thing here’s one
that’s a little different utilities again a little bit more of a a defensive
sector but as we look at this we have a doji today
the general trend hasn’t been very strong been more sideways of late we had
a strong move of late but with the doji that’s more of a hesitation pattern
which may show an end of this move here on utilities and real estate real
estates one where maybe this illustrates my earlier point of sometimes it’s hard
to pick out trend by just doing the higher lows higher lower lows type thing
here’s a low then we had a higher low then a lower low and then a lower low
and then we had here’s a high lower high lower high and this I don’t know where
this is going to end up but another way to look at is this here’s our moving
average stocks below the moving average intermediate term downtrend okay so with
that let me talk about something else here because I want to talk about
specifically you know the trend is important but if we’re trying to detect
if we’re trying to find very specific entry signals a lot of people want more
than just the trend most people aren’t just gonna say hey this has an upward
trend I’m gonna buy it no matter what and that’s where other signals come in
such as using things like a RSI or some sort of other oscillator or other
momentum type into cater their or using candle patterns but
one of the easiest way to do it is to kind of combine the trend indicator a
traditional trend indicator which is a moving average with you can put two of
them together and that can give you some signals some potential signals that you
can use okay now whether you want whether it works
well for you or you want to find some some other system that I’m going to
leave up to you but I just want to show you that and so what I want to do is I
want to show you moving average crossover so right now I have a 50
period moving average on the screen if you’re not familiar you can always go up
to well either the flask or studies edit studies and here’s my moving average and
what I’m going to do is I’m going to add another one on there okay I’m just gonna
do simple moving averages you can do exponential moving averages if you want
and then you can edit the periods I did the default is nine a nine period so I’m
going to change this nine to attend okay is there a substantial difference
between a 910 no but so you could leave it as a nine but the kind of a more
traditional one is using the 10 there with a 40 I’m gonna put in a 4 10 and 40
click on OK now are they both green did I just make them both green I made them
both green so I’m going to alter this one and make one red ok so I’m going to
edit this and I’m gonna make this a nice bright red and I’m gonna make a little
thicker too I think I have the other one out of three so let’s click on apply
there we go okay so now I have a 10 period moving
average and I have a 50 period moving average and of course always remember
that to check the timeframe on the charts if I have a three-year chart or a
five-year chart with weekly data my 1040 moving average is a 10 week 40 week
moving average if I’m on a six-month chart with daily data it’s a 10 day and
40 day moving average if I’m on an intraday chart with minute data then
it’s a 10 and 40-minute moving average you can use
any of those one is not better than the other if you are a very long-term trader
you could use the 1040 week a little bit not as common to do that if you’re a
real if you’re a real short-term trader maybe a day trader you can use that 1040
minute moving average that’s the beauty of technical analysis you can use the
same technical tools not just what I’m talking about today but any of these
things looking at trend looking at support and resistant resistance looking
at candlestick patterns you can do all of those you can do all of those on
different timeframe charts okay all right now so on this one let’s look so
the traditional ways so which is the shorter term which is the longer term
well here’s a couple ways to view it one if you if you look at this what you’re
gonna see is the text at the top of the page is in a certain color in this case
the tin period is in red and the line is red so I know that those two match up
whereas this is green and that other love outline is green right so that’s
one way to do it but here’s the other way the other way is what switch moving
averages is going to hug the price data more closely the shorter term one so if
you’re ever looking at multiple moving averages you know that the shorter term
one is going to hug the price more closely and just to illustrate that let
me do this I’m gonna draw right over the price here okay here’s the price okay so now which which line is closer
the red to my line I know my lines red but the red moving average of the green
the red is closer now there’s periods like right here that for example where
the green may be a little bit closer there may be an isolated day here there
but for the most part the shorter term moving average is going to hug this
closer so this is more reactive and and the the the green in this case the
longer term is mellows it out and shows the general trend
so we’re chart we’re trying to show a change and the way the most commonly
technical traders will view this is when the shorter term crosses above the
longer term we’ll do it right there that’s the only time that happened here
when the shorter term crosses above the longer term that’s a bullish signal okay
now whether that is a buy signal or not I’m going to leave that to you but that
is a bullish signal when the red okay so there’s your bullish signal that’s the
only one on this chart but we’ll look at other charts here in just a sec what
about bearish signals well we have a few here’s one didn’t last long between the
air in our are bullish and here’s one so only a couple signals you know a few
signals now not all charts will have so few signals but and that’s really the
difference between using this on a weekly chart versus daily you’re just
gonna have more signals on this but even this there’s not that many so this was a
bearish or if you will if if it’s if you’re gonna do it this way you could
use this as a sell signal on that so it’s not a super active system is it
it’s not super active there okay now let’s let me get out of this and let’s
go here let’s look at well let’s look at some individual stocks here let’s go I’m
gonna go the Dow Jones Industrial Average here and just use look at Dell
stocks okay and look at potential entry signals
here okay where’s our cell signal on this and I’ll go I’ll pick it up a
little bit as we go here’s a cell signal red cross below green so we would try to
be out of this trade from the period of this date the stock was right in this
range here okay down to this date and the stock was in this range okay
this was our buy signal by the way okay if if you’re going to use it as a buy
signal and if we got in there on a bye we’d still be in we’d still be waiting
for it there on that now if you find a stock that is going pretty much sideways
crossover systems don’t work quite as well do they because you’re gonna have a
lot of crosses lotta ins and outs and it’s unlikely to work very well but if
you hang out in a system where we trend more it’s gonna tend to work better
okay so that was American Express here’s United Technologies where’s our buy
signal well we have a couple buy signals on this chart here was one and that one
didn’t really end up with anything right by and then I’ll put a square as a sell
sell signal here’s a buy signal and then so we got
in and luck it came close but never we were still in it at this point do you
see how this is a trend trading system okay now let’s say you’re in this let’s
order let’s say you’re not in this and you’re wanting to enter perhaps and
you’re looking at it and you know it’s not crossing some people will do an
additional have like a rule and their rule will be if they bounce off one
another then they’ll consider to buy so this would be a potential entry point if
you weren’t already in here’s another one here would be a potential entry
point if you weren’t are all right let’s keep on going here
here’s Microsoft so here’s what Microsoft went kind of sideways for a
little bit so remember remember if it’s going sideways it’s probably not working
as well we were in Microsoft or it would bullish bullish bullish bearish bullish
bearish bullish so do you see how we had like four signals within a couple months
to three months of each other so a few you know a couple buys couple sells a
little choppy you’re not making money doing that typically fortunately with
Commission cut it it makes it perhaps even perhaps a little easier for you on
that but from this point it’s you’re still in okay see that process I’m not
going to go through all of these because I think you get the gist here we were in
Coke or we were bullish on coke when I say we’re in you know I don’t know maybe
you were in but but who knows but it was a bullish signal up until there there’s
your exit points here they kind of touched on that one and then we had
another bullish entry on that all right so and just you know when I
say bullish entry of course there’s a lot of different systems that you could
use here but I’m just trying to illustrate this can tell you both the
general look you can use this on an overall index we could use this on S&P
500 for a market posture you can use it on individual stocks this is a 1040 yes
correct jr. and welcome ray by the way as well this is a 1040 cross over here
now could we switch this to a 530 yeah sure there’s not one right or wrong
answer on that you can just go up to studies typically the shorter term you
use the more signals you’re likely to get but it’s more complicated because
sometimes it’s the differential in the signals right 1040 versus 530 versus
what about 5,200 have you guys heard a 50 and a 50 and a 200 before yeah they
kind of have these names that that that are I don’t know famous I guess a death
cross and a Golden Cross death crosses when the 10th uses me when the 50
crosses below the 200 you may hear that on you know whatever news provider
you’re looking at and the Golden Cross is when the 50 crosses above the 200
look you compare them side by side which you like better here there we go I think
that’s kind of kind of what we do so let’s look at one where here here’s
Cisco it was fairly bearish are we ready for a bullish signal yet we’re not quite
there that could be changing now look at this from the perspective of trend
short-term trend 10 day which is really pretty short going up intermediate-term
which I would call a 40 intermediate-term still pretty flat here
on this so our trend hasn’t officially changed but by the time our tin crosses
are 50 if things keep going well this likely will be going up at that point
okay so each so I could foresee some traders looking at this and going hey
you know this looks interesting to me but I’m just gonna wait a few days and
see if I get that cross what about bowing well boy we’ve all seen the news
Boeing’s had and you can’t predict news it doesn’t matter what the technical
indicator is you don’t know what’s going to happen now we already know they’re
kind of their problems with their 737 max or well documented the market has
those priced in at this point but we don’t know when they’re gonna resume
production and so if they unexpectedly say hey we have a good go ahead on
February 1st we’re going to resume production I would expect you’d see
Boeing to shoot up probably or if they said look there’s no way we’re ever
doing these again I’d expect it to probably to go down ok so passing is a
factor in Ford News we don’t know and it’s hard to predict that so on a stock
with news that comes out a lot it can be a little tough like Boeing here
here’s Walgreens ok now we had a question from jr. how about using an
exponential amount so what’s the difference between exponential moving
average and exponential moving average just tends to move more quickly
I have zero problems with using that now whether using it for intraday training
or non intraday training such as what we’re talking about here I don’t think
it matters you could use it for either so some people will use exponential
moving averages on both of those what a lot of people will do though is they’ll
use the exponential on the shorter-term indicator to try and make it a little
more react but leave the longer term as a simple
moving average my I guess my tip my my advice is try try it out and see the
alternative is shortening the length of them and you know you can look at it and
there’s there are some differences between just using an exponential and
shortening the length of the moving average but practically the differences
aren’t big enough that I think it usually makes a big difference there so
try it out junior that’s no problem I know a lot of traders that have used or
use exponential moving averages I’m trying to keep this fairly simple and I
think simple works in terms of it still does the job in terms of giving you
giving you signals here there we go let’s look and see are there any well
here’s one okay so remember before I said we have entries but sometimes it
can be frustrating if the markets going well wins your fresh entry and so
sometimes people will get in when it bounces as opposed to when it actually
crosses because you know to cross it actually has to go below it so this is
one that we’re potentially people could do it now if you are concerned about
maybe a resistance I’ll do a horizontal resistance there then that may keep you
out or you could look at this and say look we’ve got this diagonal looks like
we’re breaking out of that sorry my line is should I maybe I’ll do it this way so
I can draw my line a little straighter here start there go there and that’s
kind of where we were at maybe we’re breaking out bounce and we could do a
trade there so just as an example as an example let’s do a trade on down
so this is the Dow Jones Industrial Average of the Dow Chemical DuPont Dow
DuPont I guess let me clear the drawing sets get rid of that get rid of that and
to purchase you can just buy it right click to buy you can also set a movie
now you can also exit you can also set a stop loss now how tight is stop-loss
well if this is a trip remember your treat your stop-loss your stop-loss
depends on what type of trader you are if you’re sure if your swing trader is
short-term swing trader you’re probably gonna have a tight stop loss so very
often a short-term trend swing trader will go below the previous day’s low or
something and go a couple percent below that that would probably be too tight as
stop-loss if we truly want to trend right so in that case we’re more likely
to go a little bit longer there okay all right let me go back here and let me
make sure I just got a message I’m gonna make sure I’m in the right account here
it’s alright now so there we go
and so if we’re gonna buy it we can just right click on it
bye and we could do a buy custom with stop if we wanted to as well buy custom
with stop and look you can do we have different stuffs we could do a 10%
trailing stop here and oops that is not what I want
okay that’s I forgot what I did on that one there so I could do buy custom with
a stop and I could change that right here if I wanted to make it a trail stop
and – and I’m not going to make it a percentage I’ll make it a dollar value
this is me I’m not gonna make a dollar value gonna make it a percentage and
we’ll go – ten percent on that there we have a 10 percent trailing stop which
you know I’m not saying is the right stop or not but that’s more appropriate
for more of a trench raid there and of
course I don’t want that to be good till cancelled there and watch your watch
your amounts that you’re buying look this is a $5,400 approximately
investment here on this okay and so a hundred times fifty four is fifty four
hundred dollars not including any transaction costs but I have no
Commission’s here on this so I can for confirm and send and then send that now
that’s sitting there cuz that was a limit order alright okay now let’s see I
think that’s what I wanted to cover here everyone I wanted to show you this as a
potential way to gain a market posture by doing it on something like the S&P
500 or the Russell 2000 if you want small caps I also wanted to show you
something that could be a part could be a part of your trading system so my
suggestion for you is to try out try it out not necessarily 1040 try if you’re
interested in moving average crossovers and added try to system with those try
out a 1040 try out something different try out a 520 or something see the
difference there one will be a little quicker I’ll generate more signals but
then paper traded that’s that would be my my suggestion that would be my
suggestion for you here okay now just just remember that in order to
demonstrate the functionality of the platform I had to use actual symbols
however TD Ameritrade does not make any recommendations or determine the
suitability of any security or strategy for individual traders any investment
decision you make in your self-directed account is solely your responsibility
everybody thank you for joining me today if you came in expecting James James is
out today but he’ll be back before too long
certainly after the holidays here he will be back to his regular schedule and
everybody have a great great rest of the day bye-bye everybody you

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