You and I have some similar watchlist stocks. Those which coincide from my side are all 20 x 50 EMA bullish crossovers still intact. I just posted 27 ideas from the Gabelli fund and you’ll see I posted either a - or + beside each name.
I’m mostly in things such as $WEAT $JJN $AMLP etc., which are commodity related. Out of all the high tech names, I still carry a few $CRWD shares for old time sake, eventhough they crossed my .97 x existing 50 EMA stop loss. Those shares of $CRWD are freebies from trading in that name before Saul picked up on it. So, I’m still in the green with them.
Oh yeah, $AAPL shares are still solidly in the green as zero cost shares which I should have sold at the stop loss, but which I said, “Enh, let’s keep the whole batch and just see where it goes, let the divvy’s keep paying.”
And there other shares in the red I hold but which are “zero cost” as I traded in their underlying, won the trade, and just kept the gains in the same name.
I got stopped out of $ROKU about $200 ago, before I started using the .97 x 50 EMA as my stop/loss. $ROKU is most definitely one I want to jump . . . and right now it’s sort of basing. I want to wait (me personally) for my 20 x 50 EMA crossover which is BULLISH. $ROKU is the only hypergrowth stock name I follow which is showing a semblance of consolidation at what I consider a cheap price. And that’s another rarity: it’s a growth stock making profits and whose online advertising and their own channel is starting to snowball money.
My wife and I use the ROKU box and I swear that piece of hardware has saved us hundreds of dollars, probably thousands, yearly, because we find the best old movies which Netflix and Prime don’t offer. That, plus a thousand stations, such as my fave music station, Radio Paradise. (If you never listened, you should, because the DJs really known their stuff and they play things you’ll never hear elsewhere in the rock/alt-rock/folk/jazz/chillstep/triphop genres. Mostly rock. But the stuff they play and the way they mix (these are human DJs who don’t talk a lot) show they are not stuck in some nostalgia “best generic classic rock” format that Lee Abrams of Clear Channel foisted on FM channels and turned to shite.
Anyway, when I see positive crossovers in these names, I’ll yell. I’m now fighting insomnia as I’m like jet lagged from this COVID trip I was on. Waiting for the benadryl to kick in and then me and the cat will snooze during this rain storm which just hit.
- Rock from the deep jungles of the Keys