The Wagner Daily – January 12, 2022
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MTG Market Timing Model – SELL
Our timing model was designed to keep our trades in line with the prevailing market trend, not to call tops or catch bottoms in S&P 500 or Nasdaq Composite.
today’s watchlist (potential trade entries):
- No trades triggered.
Day two of a new rally attempt is in the books with another day of solid gains for most broad market averages.
The S&P 500 reclaimed the 50-day MA and closed just above the 20-day EMA on lighter volume. The close was just below the 10-day EMA and in between the 50% and 61.8% fibo levels. Let’s see how the price holds up at resistance.
The Nasdaq 100 is still below the 10, 20, and 50-day MAs, with resistance from the 50% fibo and declining 10ema in the $387-388 area.
Energy stocks have performed best but are a bit too extended in the short term for a low risk buy point.
Financials are also strong with $RJF potentially in play on a breakout. This is not an official setup.
$F has formed a bull-flag-like pattern with the 8-day EMA catching up. A move through the two-day high could spark some buying interest. This is not an official setup.
On the short side, most setups are maybe a day or two away from lower-risk entry points.
$TWLO is a former leading stock that is now in a downtrend with the moving averages in proper order, 20<50<200. After a breakdown from a 4-week consolidation at the lows, the price has bounced higher the past two days and should be monitored for a short entry near the declining 10 and 20-day EMAs.
There are no official setups for Wednesday’s session. Let’s see how major indexes react to resistance.
Unofficial Setups – For experienced traders only, no guidance is given for these setups.
- Long watchlist – $AER $F $RJF $TSLA $GM (all entries over the prior day’s high)
- Short watchlist – $ZEN (below yest low), just watching a handful of others $DDOG $TWTR $TWLO $FIVN $OKTA
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