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Market Leadership Trade – Raging Bull

ByBen Sturgill

Jul 27, 2022
Market Leadership Trade - Raging Bull


If you are hesitant to trade because of what the Fed is doing to this market, or because you simply are not used to trading in a bear market, then you’ve got to listen closely!

I am about to share one of my favorite ideas that I am looking to trade RIGHT NOW!

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So what am I looking at in the market right now?

I’ve got to tell you, I really like how the Healthcare sector is looking.

Specifically, XLV.

This Healthcare sector ETF has been consolidating nicely the past few weeks and it’s now on a daily squeeze as some of my favorite short and near-term moving averages are now starting to support price to the upside.

XLV chart

With this in mind, I am watching shares of LLY very closely. 

LLY is in a strong uptrend leading into the company’s next earnings report, which it will hold next Thursday.

With LLY and XLV both trending and squeezing higher and maintaining a sustained trend of market leadership, I like this trend to continue leading into earnings.

So I am watching the Jul 29 $340 Calls as LLY pushes above the $330 level.

But I also like this idea because LLY has been leading the market for quite some time now.

LLY chart

In addition, I like this idea because the stock does not trade with a strong correlation to the broader market (see bottom of chart directly above).

Look, I know the broader market has been rising of late, but it still may be too soon to bet heavily that there won’t be more hiccups from time-to-time.

That’s why I like the idea of LLY giving me a little less exposure to the broader market.  

Lastly, I am keeping a close eye on my “smart money” Dollar Ace and Dark Pool Scanners for signs that big money traders are trying to hide their moves into LLY.

Let’s have a great rest of the week and until next time…


Image and article originally from ragingbull.com. Read the original article here.