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Spotted opportunity after NDXT pull back.
Strong EPS, mid range PE vs industry, limited order entered close to resistance point
Txn EPS:31.57 PE:3.68
It was between FFIV and VRSN but I picked FFIV because of the good upwards graph. Strong EPS and low average PE vs market.
Unlike VRSN, it seems more possible to hit the highs as it's not new highs (This should be a key selector).
FFIV PE 20.44 EPS 6.57
VRSN PE 30.93 EPS 4.52
NDXT - Nasdaq's top 100 Technology Index has finally broken through the range and is moving upwards. With this action I started looking for smaller strong tech companies that would also start moving. Companies that had <500k Volume, good PE & EPS numbers and of course positive news on the internet
Entered a long trading again at the pullback that coincides with the NDXT index
Last Friday, overall tech stocks plunged due to a macro event where Robert Boroujerdi, global chief investment officer at Goldman Sachs, warned that low volatility in Facebook, Amazon.com, Apple, Microsoft and Google parent Alphabet may be blinding investors to risks such as cyclicality and regulation.
Through this I identified a few major tech counters that ...