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Objective long/short (FRT) report

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Longer term trading plans for FRT

  • Buy FRT just over 94.51 target 100.61 stop loss @ 94.24 Details
  • The technical summary data tells us to buy FRT near 94.51 with an upside target of 100.61. This data also tells us to set a stop loss @ 94.24 to protect against excessive loss in case the stock starts moving against the trade. 94.51 is the first support level below 99.77, and as a rule, any test of support is a buy signal. In this case, support 94.51 would be tested, so there would be a buy signal.

  • Short FRT just under 100.61, target 94.51, stop loss @ 100.9 Details
  • The technical summary data indicates a shortfall in FRT as it nears 100.61 with a downside target of 94.51. However, we should have a stop loss at 100.9. 100.61 is the first resistance level above 99.77, and as a rule, any resistance test is a short signal. In this case, if resistance 100.61 is tested, a short signal would exist.

Swing trading plans for FRT

  • Buy FRT just over 100.61, Target 106.45, Stop Loss @ 100.32 Details
  • If 100.61 starts to move higher, the technical summary data tells us to buy FRT just above 100.61, with an upside target of 106.45. The data also tells us to set a stop loss @ 100.32 in case the stock turns against the trade. 100.61 is the first resistance level above 99.77, and as a rule, any break above resistance is a buy signal. In this case, 100.61, the initial resistance, would break higher, creating a buy signal. Because this plan is based on breaking through resistance, it is called a Long Resistance Plan.

  • Short FRT something near 100.61, target 98.99, Stop Loss @ 100.9. Details
  • The technical summary data suggests a shortfall on FRT as it tests 100.61 with a downside target of 98.99. However, we should have a stop loss at 100.9 in case the stock starts moving against the trade. As a rule, each resistance test is a short signal. In this case, testing resistance 100.61 would produce a short signal. Because this plan is a short plan based on a resistance test, it is called a Short Resistance Plan.

Day trading plans for FRT

  • Buy FRT just above 99.8, Target 100.61, Stop Loss @ 99.57 Details
  • If 99.8 starts to move higher, the technical summary data tells us to buy FRT just above 99.8, with an upside target of 100.61. The data also tells us to set a stop loss @ 99.57 in case the stock turns against the trade. 99.8 is the first resistance level above 99.77, and as a rule, any break above resistance is a buy signal. In this case, the initial resistance at 99.8 would break higher, creating a buy signal. Because this plan is based on breaking through resistance, it is called a Long Resistance Plan.

  • Short FRT something near 99.8, target 98.99, Stop Loss @ 100.03. Details
  • The technical summary data suggests a shortfall on FRT as it tests 99.8 with a downside target of 98.99. However, we should have a stop loss at 100.03 in case the stock starts moving against the trade. As a rule, each resistance test is a short signal. In this case, testing resistance 99.8 would result in a short signal. Because this plan is a short plan based on a resistance test, it is called a Short Resistance Plan.

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FRT Ratings for April 21:







Term → Near Middle
Long
Judgement Neutral Neutral Neutral
P1 0 0 94.51
P2 97.52 96.29 100.61
P3 99.8 98.99 106.45
Support and resistance chart for FRT

FRT long-term analysis for April 21, 2024

Blue = Current price
Red= Resistance
Green = Support

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This report was produced using AI developed by Stock Traders Daily. Over the past twenty years, this proprietary AI has been refined to help identify the most appropriate trading strategies for both individual stocks and the stock markets themselves. This methodology is also applied to index options, ETFs and futures. The purpose of this specific report is to optimize trading Federal Real Estate Investment Trust (NYSE: FRT) while building in prudent risk controls.

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Instructions:

The rules that apply to the data in this report are the rules of technical analysis. For example, if FRT is testing support, buy signals emerge and resistance is the target. Conversely, if resistance is tested, it is a sign that risk is under control or a short position exists, and support would be the downside target accordingly. In any case, the trigger point is designed to be both an ideal place to enter a position (to avoid trading in the middle of a trading channel), but also acts as a level of risk control.

Swing trades, day trades and longer term trading plans:

This data has been refined to distinguish Day Trading, Swing Trading and Long Term Investing plans for FRT trading plans as well. These are all offered below the overview table.

Basic charts for FRT: