Ken's Breakout Charts: DHI, SQ, NKTR, NTAP, ACHC

11/22/2017 12:28 pm EST

Focus: STOCKS

Ken Calhoun

President, TradeMastery.com

Join Ken Calhoun each week for a new episode of Breakout Chart of the Week for stock swing traders and day traders.  Today’s  swing trading charts: DHI, SQ, NKTR, NTAP, and intraday trading chart ACHC. Exclusively for MoneyShow.  Share with your friends.

These brief, actionable trading videos will show you new examples of strong breakout stocks, with chart patterns clearly explained, updated weekly. All in under ten minutes.

A recap of a couple of my previous charts:

D. R. Horton (DHI), a favorite uptrending swing trading stock chart because from 34 just under 50. D. R. Horton is the largest home construction company in the U.S., based in Fort Worth, Texas and founded in 1978.

Square (SQ) on Nov. 1 I alerted everybody. This is an exceptionally good chart to pay attention to. It ran up about 12 points.  I like to sell when something hits a nine. Square is a financial services company, with merchant services and mobile payment services, based in San Francisco.

Nektar Therapeutics (NKTR) is a U.S. biopharmaceutical company founded in 1990 and based in San Francisco. This is another exceptional chart.

NetApp (NTAP) is a computer data storage services company based in Sunnyvale, California and founded in 1992.

Acadia Healthcare (ACHC) is a multinational behavioral healthcare provider in the U.S., U.K. and Puerto Rico and based in Tennessee.

Trade with intelligence, trade with real tight stops. Play the field.

Best wishes for a happy Thanksgiving and success in your active trades!

I was thrilled to be a presenter at the TradersExpo Las Vegas recently. Watch my tour of the event, my  17th year,  with my traders and friends here including Kim Githler, CEO of MoneyShow. Join us next year!

Ken is president of TradeMastery.com and frequently presents at TradersExpo and MoneyShow.  

Recorded: 11 am EDT, Nov. 22, 2017
Duration: 10:46

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