W after W after W
The Warlock – Kenny Glick – here.
Yesterday’s Warlock’s World live stream was all about those “W”s.
And I’m not just talking about wins, Blanche.
In Warlock’s World, I teach my community how to trade setups, not individual stocks.
And one of the crowd favorites setups that I teach looks like a “W” – I call it the “asscrack break” or “Kardashian Bottom” pattern.
The K-bottom break looks like a “W” made out of candles on a stock’s chart.
For the first leg, the stock goes down.
Next, the stock tries to rally and stalls, forming the second leg.
The stock falling from that rally forms the third leg.
Then the fourth and final leg of the “W” is the stock rising back above the high print of the second leg, and eventually breaking back out from where it initially fell down from in the first leg.
This may sound convoluted, so let me show you an example.
An example of a “W” pattern on a 1-minute chart
Can you see how this pattern looks like a “W”?
Or an asscrack?
If that last leg of the “W” gets over the middle part of the “W”, there’s usually some follow through.
This just so happens to be the chart of Invesco QQQ Trust (QQQ) from yesterday. Let’s look at the whole thing.
QQQ broke out to the upside on Thursday
That’s an absolute beauty of a breakout from the “W” pattern.
Usually, when the buttcheeks or bottom points of the “W” are wider and bigger, it results in an even more humongous breakout on the final leg of the “W”.
That’s what makes being able to recognize and trade this pattern so important to Warlock’s World members.
And yesterday they were EVERYWHERE.
BTU with a wide “booty break”
Yesterday Peabody Energy (BTU) was getting SMOKED after reporting earnings.
The stock provided a short opportunity via the fade to the downside, then set up this wide “W” pattern that just so happened to coincide with VWAP.
Coincidence? I think not.
BTU ripped from a “W” bottom low of $20.71 to a high of the day of $25!
CAT had a small “W” break at VWAP
Above is a chart of Caterpillar (CAT).
This stock had a small “W” pattern break at VWAP as well. And look where it went! Right the multiday!
That’s another 1-minute multiday VWAP reversal on a stock that reported earnings.
Even Ford (F) got into the fun.
Ford joined the buttcrack break club as well
Are you starting to recognize the pattern?
As 8-Baller would say: DO YOU SEE IT?
The third and fourth legs of the “W: form a point at the low of the day.
Then the stock rises above the center point of the “W”, above the first leg from where it broke down from, breaks VWAP, then churns all the way to the multiday.
That’s an asscrack break, VWAP break, 1-minute multiday VWAP reversal.
Now, if that sentence above doesn’t make sense to you…
Then it’s imperative that you join my Warlock’s World.
Because not only will I TEACH you what each component of that phrase means, but I’ll TEACH you how to trade those setups and MAKE MONEY.
The “W” pattern is just one of the setups that I teach Warlock’s World members to look out for.
But it’s possible to trade using solely VWAP and this formation.
And right now, in the THICK of earnings season is the BEST TIME to know this pattern.
It’s the BEST TIME to know me and my Warlock’s World.
For FULL DETAILS on my Warlock’s World, click RIGHT HERE.
I’ll see you there soon!
Kenny “The Warlock” Glick
April 29 2022
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