Learning With Real Trade Results



Hey, it's Clay and this will be the weekly review of the power profit scan
newsletter which is a portion of the inner circle subscription that I offer at the site claytrader.com. Real quick before I go any further, wanna get my typical
disclosures out of the way. First off, I am not trying
to imply or come across like every single alert
that I send out turns out to be a big winner or anything like that. If you've watched any of the
past videos in this series, then you've seen me show
plenty of losing alerts, alerts that are just kind
of annoying and work out, but don't quite work out
and you've seen everything. Now if you're new though,
I do wanna still throw that out there but I don't
wanna, I'm not trying to say that hey, sign up and you're
never ever gonna lose again, that's not the point. What the point is, is that
losing trades do happen, but this is why risk
management is so important because while losing trades do happen, winning trades also happen. So when those winning
trades do come along, you wanna make sure that
you have your account in the proper area, in the
proper kind of position that those wins are gonna keep your trend in an overall consistent uptrend. So that's the point here,
not that I am perfect or anything that I am doing is perfect, but just really to illustrate
why the risk management, risk control, risk
analysis is so important. Second, as far as where
are we gonna be going back and reviewing, we will
be going back and looking at the weekly newsletter
from the week of May 27th. Why so far back in a time, that is more than a fair question. Two reasons, first off,
going back to May 27th has given the chart plenty
of time to play out, that way we see what happens. Second, just a matter of being fair. The last thing I would want
is for somebody to sign up which does require a payment
and then all of a sudden see what they just paid for out
there for free on YouTube. Those people would feel
ripped off and I'd see where they're coming from. So
just a matter of being fair. So with that being
said, let's get started. A couple questions I always get, hey Clay, what price range do you
cover and I cover anything. Price to me is very, very
little in terms of significance. I care about many other
factors that are gonna lead to the probability of potential success. So sure, I factor in price but
it's very far down the line and again, for those of you
that have watched past videos, you've seen some of
these where I'm talking about a stock that's up over 150 dollars and the next stock I'm talking
about his down below a penny. So like I said, price very
low down the priority list. It's all about trying to find things with as many things aligned that will lead to a successful trade as possible. Second, when are these sent out, they are sent out over the weekend. So you have plenty of
time to look things over and make decisions and
just think through things. Nothing like a text message
where you have to think super, super fast and then go make a decision, nothing like that at all. So those questions always
come up so wanna get them out of the way here, but let's take a look at the first one here. And the first we're gonna
talk about is right here you can see called a pullback
play and then A-R-Q-L. So you can see right here,
just pretty much said that a pullback might
be coming looking like that was likely, but the
overall trend was still nice. So what's the other one played out. So here's what the chart
was going into the weekend. So let's see what happened, like I said, the whole idea was looking
like a pullback was coming and there was indeed that
first pullback candle, but still didn't quite get
down to that green line which is where I hinted
at a potential entry point and you can see right there, I mean beautifully went
down there, hit the, technically I know it looks
like it bounced directly off that green line, but
actually went a few pennies down below it, but still point being, opportunity two days in a
row to get an entry point right down there around the
675 mark and then you can see from there made a very, very nice move up and then pulled back right there. So that would ended the trade. So that was good for 14.5%. I'm not saying anybody
played it perfectly, but even if you screwed up half the trade and still got seven percent out of it, seven percent in basically a week. Not gonna happen at your local bank. If you don't believe me, I
would highly recommend you walk into your local bank credit
union and say, excuse me ma'am, excuse me sir, I would like
seven percent return on my money in the next seven days. They are gonna look at you
like you're a crazy person. They'll say, hey we have a bank CD that'll pay you 2.8% for the next year, but did you say seven percent in one week. So seven percent, I get
it, not a huge amount, but it is what it is. But what I like about
this example in a sick and twisted type of way, is
from a marketing standpoint, it would be great if this thing would've just kept skyrocketing up, but from an educational standpoint, sometimes things like this happen where it's not like it was a bad trade, it's not like it was
a losing trade at all, but something will pull
back, behave in that manner and then all of a sudden,
boom, totally turn around and then just keep on
going up and up and up and that's where the, I mean
and it's not done going up, it looks like at this point. So to think that it was alerted down here, could've gotten here, but this annoying little
movement right here, pretty much the fake
pullback which was not true, but you know, odds are
would have knocked anybody out of the trade that got
in up around the 675 mark and then decides to skyrocket upwards. You know what, if that's
ever happened to you, you're not alone it happens to everybody. So again, does that make
this a losing trade? No, it just makes it one
of those annoying trades that was a winner, but you
know, the price just had to act like that before
sudden it makes them move in the upward direction. So like said, learning
wise, a great example. You're not alone if that's
ever happened to you, it happens everybody. The next one to focus on here
is K-P-T-I and this one was in pretty much throughout there you know, is this some sort of
start of a bigger breakout as I mentioned here. It's gotten up above this red line, but I use the word a bit sketchy because it just doesn't
seem totally clean. It seems like it could have
been a better breakout. So definitely, the attitude of, let's play things a little
cautiously going into this one and the big lesson here
and I'm gonna turn this into a miniature one lesson
is how knowledge pays and people say, well you
gotta have knowledge, you gotta invest in your knowledge, you gotta invest in learning
and this is exactly why, this is exactly how. Now before I also go any further, a quick little mini-disclosure. What I'm gonna talk about
is very, very simple, but I just wanna, it is
simple, but there is more that goes into it because what
I say should have been done in this case shouldn't always be done because sometimes it
just doesn't make sense. It does make sense in this case, but that's not always the case. Now, I can't go into why and
how and all that right now, but you know, just understand
that what I talk about, the little lesson I give
is definitely worthwhile, but like I said, if only
were this easy all the time. There's other factors that
would need to be considered and all those other factors for time sake. I'm not gonna go into them here. But still, my overall
idea here is just to show how knowledge really does pay
and having a general knowledge and being able to think
for yourself can lead to some nice movement. So in the world of trading, a very famous moving average out there is the 50-day average which
on my chart here is denoted by that blue line there and
then there's another rule that states, when resistances are broken, they tend to act as support. So you can see right here that blue line to a couple times acted as
resistance, fast forward again, acted as resistance a couple
more times right there and then the price broke
above it and the rule states like I said, resistances are broken, they tend to act as support
and right there you can see that blue line turned right into support. So you have the 50-day moving
average which you know, like I said, a lot of people
just put on their charts. So call it self-fulfilling
prophecy, call whatever you want, that's a very famous level and then it's already acted in this way. So it's very logical where
if there are any pull backs, well why wouldn't you buy there, it's already acted as support. Again, there is more in some cases even if all these dynamics have occurred, it still doesn't make sense to do it, but that's not where I'm, we can't go down all those
different rabbit holes, but just from an over idea, just to show that I'm not gonna make
up this entry point, it does make sense to have
done what I'm gonna show here. So first thing right there,
you can see that yeah, the sketchy breakout that I
was talking about once again, I mean just didn't really do anything then gave us a little
clue with the red candle. So yeah, maybe I can't or maybe I can't or maybe that breakout's
not actually sustain itself and once again, nothing much happens. The reason it changed was 'cause we got, I can do that again, so let's see. So again, right there,
just kind of consolidating. So nothing right there, no
power behind the breakout, but then right there, check it out. Price pulls back and oh
look, history repeats itself. It bounces right off
that 50-day, right there. Didn't hit it exactly, but
right around that area. So I'm gonna fast forward
things here a little bit. So I mean, you could have easily
gotten in down around there and then just like that,
look at that one more time, went down there, right off
of that blue line again and then baboom, and that is
where things actually stand right now as of the
recording of this video. So who knows how high
this is actually gonna go, but that's already worth 76.2%. Again, let's say you
screwed up half the trade and let's just call it 35%. I mean 35% for a month, like
I said, walk into a local bank and request 35% for a month. Let's just (mumbles),
let's say two months. You will probably be
escorted out by security for being a crazy person, but right there, the power of knowledge. What I explained there was
nothing illogical at all, but please again, I mean
you can if you want, but just don't come yelling
at me like, oh you scammed me. Don't just go out there and like hey, I'm gonna buy every time the price hits the 50-day moving average. If only trading were that easy. There's other dynamics that goes into it, but point here like I
said, general knowledge. Knowledge, patience, it really does pay and here's an example where
yeah, there was never a breakout but by just being able
to think for yourself and identifying a new trade
plan, it would have led, with some patience to
a very, very nice game which who knows, might
be getting even bigger, but I just don't know as of
the recording of this video. And then the final one
we're gonna look at here. I know I usually go over more than three, but given I've been doing kind of little miniature educational lessons, I figured we'll just keep it at three, but here was O-N-V-O
and the whole idea was is a dead cat coming, dead
cat being some sort of bounce, doesn't really maintain itself though. So pretty much a fake bounce
and that's thing with trading. You can have a stock that's down training, but if it's doing this along the way, these would be the dead
cat bounces right there where the price makes them move up, but then it ultimately
just rolls back over. So let's see if that
played out here or not. Great thing here is not much
patience was required at all which all goes to show,
every trade can be so unique. So here was the chart as you just saw and you can see right there, a big gap up and then after the gap up, the
price pulled back some more. Now I'm not basing any calculations off of saying anybody nailed you
know, the bottom down here at 38 cents, but you know,
right up around here, 43, 44, 45, 46, right around
this area, more than logical to have gotten in especially
from a risk versus reward play. I mean, there's some very evident areas where you'd have a stop loss and all that sort of good stuff. So from a risk, reward planning
perspective, very logical to say you know, got in
right up here around 45 cents and then let's see what happens. Just like that, look at that. Not much patience was required, look at this volume pouring in and then good old dead cat
bounce came right back down, but that move right there in just a matter of days,
good for 133%, again, not saying anybody played it perfectly. Let's say you screwed up half the trade. So that's still a good 65%. 65% for, let's just call it a week. It wasn't even a week, but
we'll just call it that. 65% in one week, you're
definitely not gonna get that at your local bank so a great,
great week for members with, now granted you know, some
should be, you'd still need to be able to think for
yourself in some ways and have some general knowledge, but overall a great week for members. If you are interested in
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