Levels are predetermined for years to come, and trades are based on those levels. New levels generated if a market makes new highs. Instead of making new threads for various trades, I will be posting predictions/forecasts, trades, thoughts, etc here as well as on my twtr. Next week's intraday trades are, but not limited to, as follows: If a day's open on BABA is under 297.99, short when hit SNAP is over 25.93, long when hit SNAP is over 24.86, long when hit FB is over 241.27, long when hit NVDA is over 537.57, long when hit NVDA is over 553.20, long when hit BA is over 185.19, long when hit UAL is over 40.19, long when hit UAL is under 30.72, short when hit AAPL is under 124.85, short when hit TSLA is over 458.90, long when hit AMD is under 73.86, short when hit JNJ is over 150.67, long when hit What is more important, however, is the bigger picture. Looking at the indices, we have broken through prior resistances on multiple vehicles. What makes this significant is that these were longer term levels derived independently, implying a clear continuation signal. Think of it as the shoreline; the waves are sometimes higher, sometimes lower. Is the tide actually rising? We look from different vantage points, and if they all are rising, then it tells us that yes, it is. Similarly, the indices done so. See images as follows. You can see in my other post that the Dow Jones on 10/6 was a buy signal, but only intraday; it reacted right on the 281.47 level and went as high as the Russell resistance which was when everything all tanked. That's why it only looks like a false breakout on the Daily level but the key is that the longer timeframes must align, which happened on the Russell but not this one, at that time. It works either way, it is just that the larger moves need that confluence while the others are mere reactions. SPY and SPX show similar things. However, there is almost always a thesis for the other side. QQQ Daily and Russell Weekly show up as resistance. These are not strong resistances, however. For one, QQQ already tested that point, implying that the more a door is knocked, the greater the likelihood of it opening. In addition, it has a lower winrate in isolation. For the Russell Daily, it has too many levels to use reliably so I won't even be considering it in this range. However, the Weekly appears to have overshot. The reason it is weak is because it generated a reaction on the shorter term Daily level, right on the Trump tweet, which matched the Daily level too. Actually, this is common, expecting a level break- by trading it as a reaction only, it avoids the reversal possibility. Because the market had the chance to generate a continuation down but did not, implies that the market wants to go up. Livermore in the 20s and De la Vega in the 1680s both noted that bull markets shrug off bad news and bear markets shrug off good news. This is an example of that, and is also an example of how one can profit even when wrong. So, what to do? Because the levels are similar in distance, I am looking for ideally 2+ hits on support. It could have been bought this week but I wanted a weekly confirmation bar, which required this week to end. That is, I want to buy when price falls into a level while still being in an uptrend. Price may simply run away and I won't get in. However, price typically does get back. Price may also hit one level and then gap under another in a different day. If so, I would like to buy if it hits another lower price, which would appear as even more hits on the Weekly. It all depends. However, the trend up is pretty clear, and there is no indication yet of a correction. We are buy the dip mode.