Happy Sunday Traders!

We are looking to bounce back after a disappointing trading week last week.

Here is my top 4 stocks to watch this week:

$T 📡

$PFE 💊


$MA 💳

Most noticeable articles:
Brief analysis of $T :
Brief analysis of $PFE :
Brief analysis of $AAPL :
Brief analysis of $MA :

It's day 1. Markets are open.

Currently tracking price movement for all 4 stocks [ 1H timeframe ]

Waiting for any favorable entry signals.

Trading plan for week:

- Investment: $6000 [ Spread across four swing trades ]
- TP : 100%
- SL : -20%
- Risk/Reward : 1/5

I've just placed four buy positions

$T - Entry price : $29,27 [ Trade Position: $2000 ]

$PFE - Entry price : $34,25 [ Trade Position: $1500 ]

$AAPL $T - Entry price : $126.18 [ Trade Position: $500 ]

$MA $T - Entry price : $332,44 [ Trade Position: $2000 ]

It's day 1 of the trading week.

Looking to hold these four positions till TP target.

SL at - 20% for all positions.

Current movement:

$T +11%

$PFE +1%

$AAPL +20%

$MA +55%

Target: 100%

Leverage used = 1:20

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Your chances of success are much higher if you focus on asset allocation vs trying to find the next $TSLA or #Bitcoin

Let's discuss.

Asset allocation is really just a fancy finance term for the mix of different asset classes (investment types) that you hold in your portfolio.

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You have to consider what's most important to you.

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