4 Steps to Trading a Reversal | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro

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4 Steps to Trading a Reversal | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro
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Crude Oil is bearish with a Spike & Channel, but it’s the “grind-break” on the chart that really tells me where to start looking for the most reliable selling-opportunities tomorrow morning.

E-Mini S&P is bullish and running back into the range from last week, and I have a 4-step process to help you find the best reversal opportunities for tomorrow.

Nasdaq is bearish, but we’re trading at the low of last week’s range, so I’m looking for the momentum to swing back into the range going higher tomorrow morning.

Gold is bullish with a measured-move, telling me to look for buying opportunities using a ‘2-legged pullback’ down in the ‘battle zone’ tomorrow morning.

Euro is sideways with a megaphone pattern, telling me to fade the breakouts using the failure patterns tomorrow morning.

We have a new week, a new month, and I have another great newsletter for you tonight with plenty of reliable trading opportunities setting up for Tuesday’s session.

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Economic News:
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Comments

Anees Forex says:

thanks JJ. very well as always.

FROMNOW says:

I wish you did some videos on bitcoin and altcoins

Steve Montes says:

I had noticed what you call the "grind-break" but I never noticed how the market seems to return to that initial break area for a second attempt and then BLAM-O! Down for another run.

Joseph James says:

I remember the first time I discovered the "grind break" … look back at your charts… do you see examples of it now?

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