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Dark Pool Weekly Whisper Video: Gold, XLU, Dominion Energy, LSCC, Zynga
01/18/2018 3:14 pm EST
Stefanie Kammerman, the Stock Whisperer, to tell you the Whisper of the Week: SPDR Gold Trust ETF, XLU, Dominion Energy, LSCC and Zynga in my weekly Thursday video under six minutes and my transcript. And recaps of last time: GLD, AAPL, LUV.
Before we get to this week’s Whisper, you know it. Let’s talk about the last Whisper Jan. 10, we had our eye on gold. Massive prints coming in on SPDR Gold Trust ETF (GLD) at $125.10. A 2.8 million share print. We were bullish above $125.50 and wow, this thing had an unbelievable rally all the way to $127, but this is what I want you to watch this week.
On Jan. 17 we spotted a 6 million print on iShares Gold Trust (IAU) at $12.86, a really key level. We closed below it, but sometimes these big prints have big splashes, so this is a key level. We’re going to be bullish on gold if we can close above this level this week. If not, we could be due for a little bit of a pullback.
Also, last week on Jan. 10 we had our eye on Apple (AAPL). Massive prints coming in on Apple, $173.79. You can it popped all the way to $179 Jan. 17 so hope you got a piece of the Apple.
Also, last week we were really hot on airlines, in particular, Southwest Airlines (LUV). Massive prints coming in which is unusual, right at the bottom of this trend line at $63.15 and $62.93. We were bullish above $63.50 and you can see this also had a nice run.
So, what are we watching this week? Where has the Dark Pool been pouring into? Well, one sector, Utilities SPDR ETF (XLU). And you can see it’s been on a massive decline. But check out the volume that’s coming in at the bottom. I absolutely love this right now.
Massive prints, two days in a row. $49.91 and $50.07 Jan. 16 and Jan. 17 we had another 2 million coming in around this $50.29 area and you can see we closed above that, so we’re going to be bullish as long as we stay above $49.91.
But here’s the kicker.
One of the top 10 holdings of this ETF, Dominion Energy (D), had a massive 4 million print Jan. 16, very highly unusual at $75. So really, really love this as long as Dominion stays above $75 and XLU stays above $49.91, I think this could be the bottom.
Now we also spotted some really large prints on Lattice Semiconductor (LSCC). Semiconductors have been hot. But I really, really love this. Check out this weekly chart I’m going to show you guys. Yeah, this has been such a big decline here and we’re finally breaking out. This is the trend change moment, the massive print happened at $6.20 and $6.24 and we are well above that so absolutely love this: $6.50 is the next level.
And one last stock to share with you because this is big. Zynga (ZNGA), the video game developer. Check out these prints I’m going to show you. Wow! I’ve never seen such large prints on Zynga. Almost 10 million share lots, 4 of them in a row, all at $3.75, we closed above that at $3.82, so as long as we stay above $3.75, I love it.
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Recorded: Jan. 17
At TradersExpo, Stefanie Kammerman describes her new Dark Pool app and shares how she was inspired as a writer and musician. Video interview here. Duration: 4:29. Recorded Nov. 3.
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