AbleTrend Multiple Time Frames Specifying an Initial Uptrend for NVDA and ADBE

How to avoid choppy market is a major concern for traders. AbleTrend weekly and monthly guidance chart provides the best way to prevent choppy market. Following is an example with NVDA and ABDE.

Sweet Spot for Buying (SSb)
1) After a buy signal (large blue dot)
2) After market tested stops (small blue dot below the bars)
3) Emerging blue bar or closeup bar after green bar(s)
4) Buy at Sweet Spots

The best setups are when prices are near the small dots because we will know whether we are right or wrong very quickly. If you know when and where to exit you will then have the freedom to enter the market at sweet spots.

If you don’t know the true market support levels…then fear will drive you out of market when you should stay, or you will stay in the market too long with losing positions. AbleSys blue dots are clearly showing on your chart, if you can read the chart you could do better than most fund managers.

Tracing Back the AbleTrend Earlier Signals

When checking through the AbleSys Top Stock Picks, you can now trace back the AbleSys earlier signals by click the links below each chart. You may also go to Chart Library to search all the historical posting for the symbols. You can not find this kind of resource for finding the best stocks anywhere else, but here at AbleSys.

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