Dark Pool Weekly Whisper Video: USO, XOP, SBUX, DIS

02/15/2018 4:38 pm EST


Stefanie Kammerman

Founder, Stock Whisperer Trading Company, The

Stefanie Kammerman, the Stock Whisperer, to tell you the Whisper of the Week: two energy ETFs, USO, XOP, and Starbucks and Disney in my weekly Thursday video under six minutes and my transcript. And recaps of last time: GLD, SPY, CMCSA, XLE

But before we get to this week’s Valeintine Whisper, let’s talk about the last Whisper I did. I didn’t do one last week because I was at the Orlando Money Show and I was whispering there. I’ll tell you about that in just a minute.

Let’s go back to Feb. 1, if you recall we still loved SPDR Gold Trust ETF (GLD). I’ve been loving gold, since oh boy, since the beginning of December. Massive Dark Pool buying has been coming in, my final target as I told you a couple weeks ago was $130. We did spot a 3 million print this past Friday, Feb. 9, at $124.50, so still loving this. I’m gonna love it until I see the big boys selling.

Also, the SPDR S&P 500 (SPY). You guys, we had a very big correction and if you tecall I was whispering the Dark Pool got really, really heavy. We had 35 million at $283.26. And you can see as soon as we close below that on Jan. 30 we went straight down and at the Women on Wealth in Orlando (and again May 14 at MoneyShow Las Vegas), I was on a panel and we had this other massive level that I had to tell all the women about. We had 53 million Dark Pool prints at $264.46 and good thing I mentioned this because as soon as the panel was over, we went below it and went all the way down to this 200 day moving average. Now since then, we have seen late Dark Pool buy prints. I put out the Buy signal on my Dark Pool app. And in my Trading Room we have been going long since those late Dark Pool buy prints. Every day I post out where the Dark Pool is buying and selling, so definitely come and download it from the Google Pay Store of the Apple Store.

We were also watching Comcast (CMCSA). We were only bullish above $42.35. And you can see she was unable to close above that and that was definitely selling that we saw there.

And also Energy Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLE),  we spotted a huge print we were bearish below $74.50 and you can see, it went straight down as well.

So what are we watching this week?

Wow, reversal on energy. We spotted massive buying soming into United States Oil Fund LP ETF (USO) Feb. 13. We had millions and millions at about $11.90.

y Trading Room went long this Feb. 14. I still, still love it. I’d like us to break above this right here. This is always going to be a brick wall tomorrow if we can break above this there’s a much bigger trade out there.

But we also had a three million print on SPDR S&P Oil & Gas Explore & Production (XOP), the S&P oil and gas. This was massive. Massive print today at $33.85. You can see the volume increase. I am bullish above $34 on this one.

Also, Starbucks (SBUX). Check out the seasonality for Starbucks. We usually break to the upside from February all the way until April. Guess what I spotted? I spotted a big print there Feb. 13 at $55.60. 800,000 okay, so we’re going to be bullish as long as it stays above $55.80 but $56, really, really key level and I love this.

As well as Disney (DIS). We had a big print on Disney as well Feb. 13 at $104.23, 400,000 shares print. Look at the seasonality. My good friend Jeffrey Hirsch loves seasonality.  And you know what Jeffrey? I love it too, so I am going to be bullish on Disney as long as it stays above the print $104.23. But I love it even more if it can break above $105.

Come watch me trade live all day long. I share my screen and show you how to trade around the Dark Pool.

Happy trading everybody!

Recorded: Feb 14.
Duration: 5:45

At TradersExpo, Stefanie Kammerman describes her new Dark Pool app and shares how she was inspired as a writer and musician. Video interview here.

Recorded: Nov. 3.
Duration: 4:29.

Watch Stefanie Kammerman, The Stock Whisperer, trade in Java Pit Live Trading Room here

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