7 objective low-risk trade ideas

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These 7 stock market trade ideas are either immediately actionable or near actionable set ups with triggers near by.  For each trade idea, I give you levels to alarm for entry, potential targets, and other key information to glean from the charts.

What are “Objective, Low – Risk ”  Trade locations

Central to my trading process is finding objective, low-risk trading locations. In essence, I want to find trade locations where there is a clean price level to shoot against and where a violation of that line clearly shows me when I am wrong.  THe low-risk part of the equation is to take a trade close enough to the price level that the reward is at least 3x the risk.  Typically this means shorting into resistance, going long at support, going long a breakout, going short on a breakdown etc.

I’ve set these up in a fast read format so targets and strategies have been left to you. If you have a question or need additional input for any of these ideas, please reach out; glad to help.

$AMD  60 min

A break below $29.25 favors a move to the prior low.  I plan to target the Oct 4 $29 Puts on a break below and look for a $2 move.

$AAPL  60 min

Price sitting on key support at $217.  On a break below price is favored to back test the recent breakout at $210 / $211.   Get short on a break below $217 and target the Oct 4 $217 puts and look for a $6 move

$CAR  Daily

THis was a gravy train for our team on the recent down leg. While I missed the re-entry, i think it is an objective short on a break of $27 which would favor a move to the recent lows.  I’d look out to the October option chain for an at the money put. Set your stop just above $27 upon entry.

$RNG  Daily

Price bounced on its first tag of support at $122.50. Now price is rolling out of a bear flag. On a break of $122.50 get short with a stop just above.

$PFPT  Daily

Price being rejected at resistance makes this an objective short with a stop just above resistance.

$THO Weekly

Thor Industries has been on a persistent slide since topping out in 2018. Recently in the “dash for trash” rally, price finds itself against the downtrend line.  Short against the downtrend line and kill the trade if price pops above it on a weekly closing basis.

$WGO  Daily

This was a recent trade idea but I still think price is close enough to resistance that it remains a valid short idea.   Look for downside follow through in the days ahead.  Short against $41 w/ a stop slightly above.  If market weakness persists, I think price will find the bottom of the trading range.

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Notes:

The charts are and levels are provided as well-informed guidelines. That said, please be aware that exogenous events like surprise tariffs or other events can easily move price through support / resistance zones.

Also, set you stops according to your own risk tolerance. The ones I have provided are to be used only as a guide. The most important aspect of your stop is to honor them. Some trades work, some don’t. Honoring your stop will ensure your loss on a failed trade will be minimal.

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