It was an up-and-down session that’s now largely flat for the S&P 500. Now, let’s have a look at a couple of prime inventory trades for subsequent week, after this holiday-shortened stretch.
High Inventory Trades for Monday No. 1: Boeing (BA)
4 weeks in the past, Boeing (NYSE:BA) examined down into its 21-week shifting common, then caught a pointy bounce off that degree. Since then, we’ve had back-to-back tight-ranged weeks.
On the plus aspect, earnings are out of the best way and Boeing continues to carry over the 10-week shifting common. Shifting properly on Friday, bulls can be on the lookout for Boeing to offer us a two-times weekly-up rotation by clearing the highs from the prior two weeks.
If it could actually try this, in addition to hurdle the 50% retracement, the $234 degree may very well be in play, adopted by the December excessive close to $244. Above that places the 61.8% retracement on the desk close to $250.
On the draw back, a break of the 10-week shifting common places the 21-week shifting common on deck, adopted by the $188 to $190 space.
High Inventory Trades for Monday No. 2: Deere (DE)
Man, what else can we are saying about Deere (NYSE:DE) at this level? The inventory appears to be like like a high-flying tech holding greater than an industrial/agriculture firm. That mentioned, it does have some tech elements to the enterprise mannequin.
Regardless, this inventory has been shifting straight up for months now. Every dip to the 10-week shifting common — together with this week — has been purchased aggressively by the bulls.
The institutional help is powerful with this one, which might have me crossing it off my “brief record” in a rush. Now on the three-times vary extension and new document highs although, and I’m in no hurry to chase this one both.
Above $335, and a run to $350 is feasible, then $380. A break of the 10-week shifting common will ultimately occur, placing the 21-week shifting common in play.
High Inventory Trades for Monday No. 3: Litecoin (LTC-USD)
Tuesday was Bitcoin (CCC:BTC-USD). Wednesday was Bitcoin Money (CCC:BCH-USD). Thursday was Etherium (CCC:ETH-USD). Now let’s have a look at Litecoin (CCC:LTC-USD) as we wrap up the crypto week and as bitcoin hits a $1 trillion market capitalization as we speak.
Litecoin had a fairly tough correction from its 2019 excessive at $146.95 right down to its 2020 low at $24.85. Nevertheless, it’s been on fireplace over the previous couple of months.
Shares ripped up via the prior 2019 excessive, then consolidated its good points by discovering help on the 10-week shifting common. As soon as that consolidation ended although, it was off to the races once more.
Now pushing via the 161.8% extension, let’s see if Litecoin can push as much as $250, then $269.50, because the two-times vary extension comes into play close to the latter.
On the draw back, I’d like to see the 161.8% extension act as help, in addition to $200. Beneath places this week’s low in play close to $186.50.
High Trades for Monday No. 4: Royal Caribbean (RCL)
Final however not least is Royal Caribbean (NYSE:RCL). Up virtually 17% this week, shares are rallying into earnings scheduled for Monday.
This one has been on fireplace, reclaiming its 10-day, 21-day, 50-day and 100-day shifting averages amid the four-day rally. It doesn’t appear like a lot after such a large buying and selling vary over the past 12 months, nevertheless it’s a pleasant run. Forward of earnings does make it a bit of difficult, although.
Over the 50% retracement and its short-term shifting averages places the bulls in management for the second. On a bullish earnings response, let’s see if shares can clear the current excessive close to $85. Above places the 61.8% retracement in play, then the $100 mark.
On a bearish response, see if RCL inventory holds the 100-day shifting common — the bottom of the 4 listed above. Beneath uptrend help (blue line) and the 38.2% retracement and 200-day shifting common are in play.
On the date of publication, Bret Kenwell didn’t have (both immediately or not directly) any positions in any of the securities talked about on this article.