Some quick updates on how to best utilize our website before launching into some new charts:
1. Starting April 2015 we’ll be posting public charts to this section of the website titled:
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This section will also be largely focused on charts as opposed to in depth analysis. None of these charts constitute a trade recommendation, but you may find them helpful for your own analysis.
2. More detailed market reviews and analysis will be found in the also public “Market Analysis” section of the site. This is were we post more in depth content such as the popular “Weekend Chart” segments.
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On to charts:
Yesterday we discussed in detail on how we approached the most recent action in “The Whisperer”.
As part of our recent discussions we’ve been analyzing various market structures and have used them to surf the $SPY, mostly via the $ES.
The latest tradable structure we identified came in form of a large gap up yesterday. And while we were long we chose to close longs and instead flip short as the structure offered a complete repeat of the March 16 Monday gap and run. From the public feed yesterday:
The old Monday gap, ramp, camp and squeeze…. $SPY pic.twitter.com/f9P0srzKFg
— Northy (@NorthmanTrader) March 30, 2015
Here’s how we’ve traded it in the member feed:
We recognized the structure build up and saw potential for a moving average reconnect per the March 16/17 event. This also called for a gap down event, hence we chose to close remaining longs:
Then we went ahead to establish the short per pattern formation:
This morning we did indeed see the gap down into MA support:
And this afternoon the break into lower MA support:
As you can see the structure replayed very closely to what took place on March 16/17. All of this independent of news, Fed talk, wars, month end or quarter end considerations. We witnessed a structure replay and the charts gave us a good set-up to trade.
Now on to the next trade 😉
For now we can observe that the $SPX closed the month and quarter in one of the oddest moving average constellations I can recall seeing. Should make for an interesting next quarter: