Kellogg K Investment Analysis – Stock Traders Daily

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Longer Term Trading Plans for K
  • Buy K over 60.40 target 63.72 stop loss @ 60.23 Details
  • The technical summary data tells us to buy K near 60.40 with an upside target of 63.72. This data also tells us to set a stop loss @ 60.23 to protect against excessive loss in case the stock begins to move against the trade. 60.40 is the first level of support below 62.76 , and by rule, any test of support is a buy signal. In this case, support 60.40 would be being tested, so a buy signal would exist.

  • Short K under 63.72, target 60.40, stop loss @ 63.9 Details
  • The technical summary data is suggesting a short of K as it gets near 63.72 with a downside target of 60.40. We should have a stop loss in place at 63.9though. 63.72 is the first level of resistance above 62.76, and by rule, any test of resistance is a short signal. In this case, if resistance 63.72 is being tested, so a short signal would exist.

Swing Trading Plans for K
  • Buy K over 63.72, target 64.03, Stop Loss @ 63.54 Details
  • If 63.72 begins to break higher, the technical summary data tells us to buy K just over 63.72, with an upside target of 64.03. The data also tells us to set a stop loss @ 63.54 in case the stock turns against the trade. 63.72 is the first level of resistance above 62.76, and by rule, any break above resistance is a buy signal. In this case, 63.72, initial resistance, would be breaking higher, so a buy signal would exist. Because this plan is based on a break of resistance, it is referred to as a Long Resistance Plan.

  • Short K near 63.72, target 62.59, Stop Loss @ 63.9. Details
  • The technical summary data is suggesting a short of K if it tests 63.72 with a downside target of 62.59. We should have a stop loss in place at 63.9 though in case the stock begins to move against the trade. By rule, any test of resistance is a short signal. In this case, if resistance, 63.72, is being tested a short signal would exist. Because this plan is a short plan based on a test of resistance it is referred to as a Short Resistance Plan.

Day Trading Plans for K
  • Buy K over 63.72, target 64.03, Stop Loss @ 63.57 Details
  • If 63.72 begins to break higher, the technical summary data tells us to buy K just over 63.72, with an upside target of 64.03. The data also tells us to set a stop loss @ 63.57 in case the stock turns against the trade. 63.72 is the first level of resistance above 62.76, and by rule, any break above resistance is a buy signal. In this case, 63.72, initial resistance, would be breaking higher, so a buy signal would exist. Because this plan is based on a break of resistance, it is referred to as a Long Resistance Plan.

  • Short K near 63.72, target 62.75, Stop Loss @ 63.87. Details
  • The technical summary data is suggesting a short of K if it tests 63.72 with a downside target of 62.75. We should have a stop loss in place at 63.87 though in case the stock begins to move against the trade. By rule, any test of resistance is a short signal. In this case, if resistance, 63.72, is being tested a short signal would exist. Because this plan is a short plan based on a test of resistance it is referred to as a Short Resistance Plan.

K Technical Summary | Raw Data for the Trading Plans

Term → Near Mid Long
Bias Neutral Neutral Neutral
P1 0 0 60.40
P2 62.06 62.59 63.72
P3 62.75 64.03 67.00

With an objective approach to Kellogg (NYSE: K), Stock Traders Daily attempts to go with the flow of the market by utilizing a combination of market analysis and stock analysis.

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This is a static report, the data below was valid at the time of the publication, but support and resistance levels for K change over time, so the report should be updated regularly.  Real Time updates are provided to subscribers.  Unlimited Real Time Reports.

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Instructions:

The rules that govern the data in this report are the rules of Technical Analysis.  For example, if K is testing support buy signals surface, and resistance is the target.  Conversely, if resistance is being tested, that is a sign to control risk or short, and support would be the downside target accordingly.  In each case, the trigger point is designed to be both an ideal place to enter a position (avoid trading in the middle of a trading channel), and it acts as a level of risk control too.

Swing Trades, Day Trades, and Longer term Trading Plans:

This data is refined to differentiate trading plans for Day Trading, Swing Trading, and Long Term Investing plans for K too.  All of these are offered below the Summary Table.

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