As the Dow comes under pressure again, one technician is taking the opportunity to break open the index for the names to buy on weakness.
Ari Wald, head of technical analysis at Oppenheimer, subscribes to one guiding philosophy to identify those picks.
"Our general rule to investing is only buy stocks above a rising 200-day moving average. That's indicative of a rising trend," Wald told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Monday.
The first, J.P. Morgan, is in the middle of a tactical pullback from which Wald expects it to recover.
"Shares have consolidated, they've been weak, but all this weakness is occurring again above that rising 200-day moving average. It's a function of the strong returns going into this weakness. The support is still intact. For J.P. Morgan that support is $105. It has to hold right there," said Wald.
J.P. Morgan shares have touched, but largely held above, a rising 200-day moving average for around two years. The last time they had an extended period below that trend line was in June 2016.
J.P. Morgan looks good from a fundamental perspective to Michael Bapis, managing director at the Bapis Group at HighTower Advisors.
"One theme that we see in J.P. Morgan is they're probably best positioned of any of the banks to take advantage of economic growth, of expansion in technology," Bapis said on Monday's "Trading Nation." "It's pulled back a little bit so we would buy that on the dip."
Home Depot looks like a "pre-breakout" stock, according to Wald.
"The stock is already starting to climb higher, it has broken some near-term resistance levels but the key level is the January peak around $207," he said. "Given the rising trend into that test of resistance we think the stock breaks higher, we want to own it."
Home Depot has come close to but not been able to break above its year-to-date high set on Jan. 29. That marked an intraday record for the home improvement retailer.
Visa has begun to break out as part of what Wald identifies as the beginning of a larger move.
"This stock really scores well across the board for us," said Wald. "There's top-down tail winds — strong sector, strong industry. We're bullish on mobile payments really across the board. It scores high in our momentum work, it's cleared resistance."
Visa shares have already risen a little more than 3 percent this month, putting them on track for their third straight month in the green.
Visa is up 18 percent in the year to date, Home Depot has added 5 percent and J.P. Morgan is roughly flat.