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Best technical patterns for planning an entry strategy

This is a question that I get asked often. What is the best strategy I can use?

Well the answer to that question is simple. It depends on your trading strategies, meaning whether you are day trader, swing trader, or an investor.

Generally we look for stocks that have broke above major moving averages (21 and 50 SMA) with a big price and volume surge. We then look for the stock to pullback, testing and remaining above support and/or one of these moving averages.

At that point we want to see a bullish candlestick formation (bullish engulfing, piercing line, bullish kicker...) as well as recent support levels holding, both on the daily chart and intraday (15-min and hourly chart), to confirm that the pullback is over and price is ready to move higher.

Good Trading!


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