Which of the two trend lines is drawn correctly, if any? The solid line feels more accurately placed from what I've read, but the price gap & all the blank space makes me second guess. ATVI made a new high the other day, so there's nothing to the left of the chart going back since forever. I've read that buying when price returns to the trend line is a decent idea. Would it be sound strategy wise to buy at where I place the "alternative buy"? Or, since there's a decent amount of support below would buying there be "more correct?" If I placed a buy at support #1, my risk area seems fairly straight forward and 1:2 risk/reward would put my profit target up at around $77. Correct? But what about if I bought at the "alternative buy?" Would my risk be from there down to support #1 and my profit target be way up at $79.46? If I do the whole implied volatility thing based on todays close to, say, next Friday (Feb 9th) the std deviation movement range would be between $75 and $67. MATH: (71.42*0.4482*2.236)/19.104 = 3.746 Seems like a coin toss. Whatcha think? What can I do better? Any additional information to include in making the decision that I should be using? etc, etc... If it matters to anyone, I'm papertrading. Because don't be stupid with your money.