Art & Science of Active Trend Trading Free Report for Oct 25, 2015

Good Day Traders,

Overview & Highlights: I came back from the vacation nursing a very bad cold. Aches, pains, fever, the whole nine yards. I was able to muster enough strength to present at TSAA-SF on “Patterns for Profits” yesterday. I’ll be presenting on this topic on a future Mid-Week Training session. The concepts fit the ATTS very well.

I was pleased to receive several emails from members saying how using the 8 day EMA trigger for entries has provide them with some follow on great gains on both stocks on their watch list and Index ETF’s. Well done!

Webinars: At Active Trend Trading we offer two webinars per week to provide training plus trade and market updates. See the schedule below for the next webinars.

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Next Training Webinar: October 28, 2015

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Mid-Week Market Sanity Check Topic: Trading the ATTS with Enhancements


General Market Observation: Last week I asked if the psychology in the market had changed to a more positive outlook. It seem with last week’s action on both the S&P and NDX this may be the case. The Russell is still “tail-end” Charlie so should we be concern that the non-weighted indexes is not rumbling back to the highs of the year? We shall see.

The Fed reports out on Wednesday. With Europe and China putting stimulus into their economy could the Fed dare to raise rates this time around? The first two days of the week should be quite and then the announcement. Many of the Fed hawks are still pushing for a rate rise this year so getting past Wednesday allows the markets to go through this again in December.

SPX: The S&P has now completed 4 strong up weeks and is back in the resistance zone from mid-year. From March through August price action bounced around from 2043 to 2134 often making the run either up or down every other week. We will see if this action repeats itself now that prices have entered the zone.

Preferred: SPY, UPRO and SPXL

SPX 10-23

NDX: Big gap up on NDX going along with GOOGL reporting last Thursday after market. The NDX gapped but then stalled forming a spinning top Doji by the end of the day. This is not a reversal signal but it is an indecision signal. GOOGL gapped to its high on Friday and then spend the rest of the day giving back the gains. Still counts as a breakout but the selloff could be telling. I guess with GOOGL’s name change to Alphabet it will now referred to as “Alphabet the company formerly known as Google>”

Preferred ETF’s: QQQ and TQQQ

RUT: The Russell is the index that is not breaking past resistance like the other Tracking Indexes. Perhaps the RUT and the NYSE are more reflective of the actual internal health of the markets! Because neither are weighted like the SPX or NDX, a few stock cannot hold these indexes up or make them surge higher. While we will not argue with the strong uptrends currently underway on the SPX and NDX, it is worth noting that the same moves are not going on in the non-weighted Indexes.

Preferred ETF’s: IWM and TNA


The Early Warning Alert Service has hit all three major market trading point this year. See this brief update video for more details:

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Index Returns YTD 2015

Index YTD 10-23

ATTS Returns for 2015 through Sept Oct 25, 2015

20.0% Invested

Margin Account = +8.5% (Includes profit in open positions)

Early Warning Alerts = 10.2%

Active Trend Trading’s Yearly Objectives:

    • Yearly Return of 40%
    • 60% Winning Trades
  • Early Warning Alert Target Yearly Return = 15% or better


For a complete view of specific trades closed visit the website at:

Updated first full week of each month.


Outs & Ins: CTXS, EEFT and JNPR make their debut to this year’s IBD 50. CTXS and JNPR have been on the list in past years so there reappearing is like a blast from the past. All three have broken out so pullbacks are in needed before they would be viable candidates.

There are still 30 stocks left to report earnings on the IBD 50. EPAM looks best for a pre-earnings run.

in-Out 10-23


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