¿Markets took a dip on Thursday but there's a stark difference between a trend change and a pullback. The Weekly Squeeze continues to trigger long and the trend continues higher. Let's look at that in relation to our open positions and the plan for Friday. Carter is not a fan of buying puts on Tesla, but likes selling credit spreads as bear directional trades have been tough. 3M thesis is still intact as is XLF, but may roll over that position. A new play Coca-Cola is one of Carter's longer-term positions out to November. Carter is still trading Zillow and Green Mountain, both high short interest stocks and momentum has been pretty strong. TLT remains his hedge on the overall market.

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