Hubert Senters here.
Let’s take a look at WBA, Walgreens. Let’s take a look. So we’ve got a nice little bracket trade potentially because it’s gapping up. It’s already above the clouds so. It’s probably going to go higher but there’s no guarantees on it. Y
You should always just kind of keep your opinion to yourself when you’re doing bracket trades because it’ll school you a lot if you get your ego involved. But anyway, let’s go through an example of two different ways to place. So number one, you could just do a bracket trading just let it play out and play it like a classical bracket trick.
There’s nothing wrong with it. Another way and what I would do is I need to add deals when I’m doing for bracket trades because only to select the trade blind. It never ends up well for me. So if I’m going to do a bracket trading, I know I’m probably going to go long above $63.30.
And I’m probably going to go short below that low of $61.25. The downside target is a piece of cake. It’s very easy to fine close the gap right here when it goes from here to about right here at $59.25 so I’ve got a downside target.
If that takes place I know what my target to the downside is going to be. Super simple. Now, what about the upside? Upside is a little harder but we’ve got tools at our disposal so we’re going to use is we’re going to use Fibonacci extension or projection depending on your platform in the tool.
I am going to go from this low to that high to a new high or low. So what we’re doing is low, high and now this will project in a future price projection to the high side at a target of $64.67, $68.68, $72.69 and $75.70.
At least now I’m driving with a destination in my mind. And that’s how you do. You’ve got a downside target. You’ve got four upside targets.
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Good luck. Hope it helps. See you on the next video.