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  • Scanning for set-ups

    Hawk's Scan Sentry Report May 26 , 2014

    In this week's report I show exactly how I scan through a universe of approximately 7000 equity and ETF instruments to come up with a watchlist of about a half a dozen symbols that I want to trade tomorrow. I go through all of the steps of identifying the potential candidates and analyzing the qualifiers. This is a process that I go through every day to identify what I consider the highest probability trade set-ups for short term swing trading.

    For those of you not familiar with “Hawk’s Scan Sentry Report”, on the video examples that follow I explain my analysis for some of the most commonly traded symbols using some of the most highly regarded technical indicators available. These tools are used by both institutional and private traders across the globe and are built into many of today’s most popular trading platforms. However, if you are not familiar with these indicators please follow this link to a legend describing these tools.

    Hawk's Scan Sentry Report May 26 , 2014


    http://youtu.be/k_-a7WhLAQA

    May the trend be with you,

    Hawk

    www.janarps.com

    Jan Arps’ Traders’ Toolbox is not an investment advisory service nor a registered investment advisor or broker-dealer and does not purport to tell or suggest which securities customers should buy or sell for themselves. Examples presented on this site are for educational purposes only.  It should not be assumed that the methods, techniques, or indicators presented in these examples will be profitable or that they will not result in losses. There is a high degree of risk in trading.  Readers using this information are solely responsible for their actions and trade at their own risk. Readers should always check with their licensed financial advisor .
  • A CL Trade Review

    Hawk's Scan Sentry Report May 11 , 2014

    In this week's report I review a trade that I took in crude oil earlier this week and include  detailed explanations of the technical analysis every step of the way. I look at charts for each time frame that I use in my analysis and point out how I am reading the indicators that I use.

    For those of you not familiar with “Hawk’s Scan Sentry Report”, on the video examples that follow I explain my analysis for some of the most commonly traded symbols using some of the most highly regarded technical indicators available. These tools are used by both institutional and private traders across the globe and are built into many of today’s most popular trading platforms. However, if you are not familiar with these indicators please follow this link to a legend describing these tools.

    Hawk's Scan Sentry Report May 11 , 2014


    http://youtu.be/k_-a7WhLAQA

    May the trend be with you,

    Hawk

    www.janarps.com

    Jan Arps’ Traders’ Toolbox is not an investment advisory service nor a registered investment advisor or broker-dealer and does not purport to tell or suggest which securities customers should buy or sell for themselves. Examples presented on this site are for educational purposes only.  It should not be assumed that the methods, techniques, or indicators presented in these examples will be profitable or that they will not result in losses. There is a high degree of risk in trading.  Readers using this information are solely responsible for their actions and trade at their own risk. Readers should always check with their licensed financial advisor .
  • Look Down to Profit

    Hawk's Scan Sentry Report January 27 , 2014

    It's been quite a while since I posted, and several of you have been enthusiastic in in your encouragement for me to get another post up here. Well, this is a great week for inaugurating the Scan Sentry Report for 2014. In this report I go into some in depth inter-market analysis and let you know what I think about  the recent drop in the US stock market.

    For those of you not familiar with “Hawk’s Scan Sentry Report”, on the video examples that follow I explain my analysis for some of the most commonly traded symbols using some of the most highly regarded technical indicators available. These tools are used by both institutional and private traders across the globe and are built into many of today’s most popular trading platforms. However, if you are not familiar with these indicators please follow this link to a legend describing these tools.

    Hawk's Scan Sentry Report January 27 , 2013

    http://youtu.be/k_-a7WhLAQA

    May the trend be with you,

    Hawk

    www.janarps.com

    Jan Arps’ Traders’ Toolbox is not an investment advisory service nor a registered investment advisor or broker-dealer and does not purport to tell or suggest which securities customers should buy or sell for themselves. Examples presented on this site are for educational purposes only.  It should not be assumed that the methods, techniques, or indicators presented in these examples will be profitable or that they will not result in losses. There is a high degree of risk in trading.  Readers using this information are solely responsible for their actions and trade at their own risk. Readers should always check with their licensed financial advisor and their tax adviser to determine the suitability of any investment.
  • Topping Out or Pulling Back?

    Hawk's Scan Sentry Report August 19, 2013

    Welcome to this week's Scan Sentry Report. As a sign of appreciation for following the Scan Sentry Report I would like to offer each of you 15% off of any purchase you make from our traders' toolbox from now until I post the next edition. This offer is good for tool-kits or single indicators, and the offer is good for every platform that we support. (Sorry, this offer does not apply to custom programming services). I hope you take advantage of this rare offer and fill your own toolbox with some of those tools you have always wanted. All you have to do is mention the "Scan Sentry Report Special" when you order your tools. Consider this as our effort to say "Thank You" for being a part of the Jan Arps' Traders' Toolbox family.

    This week in the Scan Sentry video I go over the synthetic symbols Watchlist to see what is currently strong and what is week in the American markets. I also provide a little analysis of the gold market and comment on the strength that we have seen in that market recently. I also share a little bit of my analysis of the current crude-oil market .

    For those of you not familiar with “Hawk’s Scan Sentry Report”, on the video examples that follow I explain my analysis for some of the most commonly traded symbols using some of the most highly regarded technical indicators available. These tools are used by both institutional and private traders across the globe and are built into many of today’s most popular trading platforms. However, if you are not familiar with these indicators please follow this link to a legend describing these tools.

    Hawk's Scan Sentry Report August 19, 2013

    http://youtu.be/nSfEH7I5iTw

    May the trend be with you,

    Hawk

    www.janarps.com

    Jan Arps’ Traders’ Toolbox is not an investment advisory service nor a registered investment advisor or broker-dealer and does not purport to tell or suggest which securities customers should buy or sell for themselves. Examples presented on this site are for educational purposes only.  It should not be assumed that the methods, techniques, or indicators presented in these examples will be profitable or that they will not result in losses. There is a high degree of risk in trading.  Readers using this information are solely responsible for their actions and trade at their own risk. Readers should always check with their licensed financial advisor and their tax adviser to determine the suitability of any investment.
  • Follow the Leader

    Hawk’s Scan Sentry Report November 19

    Last week I introduced the new format to "Hawk's Scan Sentry Report" and have already gotten several positive responses from regular readers. Thanks for the feedback.

    As many of you know, I like to compare indexes and their derivatives to see if one is leading the other and thereby observe which has a better chance of moving in which direction. We all know that all of the American equities markets have been dropping since mid October.  The next significant support level for all of the major American indexes is the lows established and tested last May and early June. This week I note an interesting phenomena… the NASDAQ and Dow are already very close to that level of support whereas the S&P still needs to drop 3-4% to reach that mark. It is likely that the NASDAQ futures contract will test those early summer lows and run through whatever stop-loss orders may be resting there. If the NQ tests those lows in the next few days and then we see a rally, I would expect the ES to follow the rally without testing that support level .  One likely scenario is that that some of the indexes will test those early summer lows, then bounce (perhaps toward the end of the year for a nominal ‘Santa Clause Rally’). Normally I would look for a subsequent retest of those lows to follow, but a lot is riding on the markets perception of the American legislators' ability to avoid the ‘Fiscal Cliff’.   If they succeed then it’s likely that the buyers will once again become more numerous than the sellers and prices will rise without retesting that support level. If a compromise is not reached and austerity measures are enacted, then we can expect to see the markets continue drop due to low demand from American consumers.

    On the charts below I explain my analysis using some of the most highly regarded technical indicators available. These are used by both institutional and private traders across the globe and are built into many of today’s most popular trading platforms. However, if you are not familiar with these indicators please follow this link to a legend describing these tools.

    The Charts and Analysis

    Index Futures:

    S & P

    ( All of our indicators are currently quite bearish for the S&P. Historical  indications show the NQ contract leading the ES contract on this move down so I will watch how the NQ contract responds to its early summer lows. Next support levels for the ES contract are 1315 and 1285, resistance around 1390. )

    NASDAQ

    (We are close to the early June lows which coincide with a Bear Flag target at $2426.75. We also see a bullish  oversold Trend Exhaustion1 and a bullish Trend Exhaustion 3 signal. I expect a test of support at 2444 and if Radar1 Fear/Greed does not cross below its previous threshold  of -172 that will create a bullish pivot divergence and good upside potential. )

    Equities Setups:

    C- Citigroup Inc.

    (A bullish Pullback 23 ,and Trend Exhaustion 1, and Trender Pullback at support created by a previous high. A stop-loss should be placed relatively close to this bullish signal. )

    Commodities:

    GOLD

    (Last week I suggested we look for a bearish Pullback 23 which we got.  Now I see that that created  a  bearish ‘Pullback Divergence’ in Radar 2 . I would expect to see gold continue to the downside at least as far as the up-trendline. )

    CRUDE OIL

    (Little has changed in this market over the past week. We are still in a downtrend, resting at a trendline support level looking to achieve a Bear Flag target. Since  Radar1 Fear/Greed is not yet showing us signs that the buyers are stepping up, the path of least resistance is still down).

    Forex:

    EURUSD

    (A bullish Pullback 123 creating a Pullback or “Trend” divergence at support which is going against a bearish Triple Trender. Since this is a bullish setup in a bearish trend  I would like to see the Radar2 Price Leader move above the zero line into acceleration for bullish confirmation. )

    May the trend be with you,

    Hawk

    Jan Arps’ Traders’ Toolbox is not an investment advisory service nor a registered investment advisor or broker-dealer and does not purport to tell or suggest which securities customers should buy or sell for themselves. Examples presented on this site are for educational purposes only.  It should not be assumed that the methods, techniques, or indicators presented in these examples will be profitable or that they will not result in losses. There is a high degree of risk in trading.  Readers using this information are solely responsible for their actions and trade at their own risk. Readers should always check with their licensed financial advisor and their tax advisor to determine the suitability of any investment.

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Futures and forex trading contains substantial risk and is not for every investor. An investor could potentially lose all or more than the initial investment. Risk capital is money that can be lost without jeopardizing ones’ financial security or life style. Only risk capital should be used for trading and only those with sufficient risk capital should consider trading. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.

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