$BAR never went red to green. I got out at high of day. It may have been a premature
exit in the long run. Higher lows, after all, but I had no way of knowing that would
be the case at 7 AM. Pretty proud, actually. I called hod at 7AM and put in a sell order.
$AMPE touched 1.15 and failed. 1.15 was very important, despite its minor appearance
on the chart.
$PEIX dumped at the open and never recovered. It did hold 2.10 pretty well, though.
$ECOR, I'm proud of my evaluation. I was a little off on my bounce estimate, though.
I was thinking it would bounce at 3, but it was 2.80 that held for a nice 80c bounce.
$CHFS pulled back pretty hard at the open, but managed to recover. I'm seeing higher
lows/cup and handle forming at 80c resistance.
Pretty consistent pullback across the board.
$BAR gold is near all time highs and I enjoy the lack of volatility for this ETF. It's
very important because of my inability to act during critical moments.
$CHFS I love that higher low pattern, but if it doesn't break during PM, it seems risky.
A little volume analysis will help.
$KIRK is a household name - Kirkland. Grocery stores and stuff. One could expect a lot from
their earnings report, but I think this is a sell-the-news situation. I wouldn't hold through
earnings. Anyway, ascending triangle at 52 week highs.
Those will be my main watches on Monday morning. Monday evening I'll figure out what
the hot sector is and populate my Tuesday list.