Best Entry Set-Ups for FOMC | Crude Oil, Emini S&P, Nasdaq, Gold

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Tomorrow is “FOMC DAY”, which means we’re keeping a close eye on the time, and only taking the best entry set-ups that fit our plan – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bullish with a beautiful 123-Reversal off today’s low, and with momentum firmly in the hands of the bulls, I’m looking for buy set-ups using key support levels tomorrow morning.

Knowing this, I have the low of a Hidden Channel, with a reversal-line, and a range-expansion zone, all stacked-up around 55.40, so all I need is the entry set-up.

E-Mini S&P is still bouncing around the same range from yesterday’s session, which means the plan is the same; buy low, sell high, and avoid the middle…

And since we have a bull bias, I’m waiting for a failure set-up to buy off the 26.50 reversal-line with a target going back up into the range.

Nasdaq is bearish with a flat channel and almost five legs down in today’s session, which means we’re too low to start selling now, better to wait and sell at a higher price tomorrow morning.

Knowing this, I’m waiting to sell the channel high up in the battle-zone with a failure set-up, and a target back down to the fill the weekend GAP.

Gold is bearish and trading with a range ahead of tomorrow’s FOMC Announcement, which tells me to fade the breakouts; buy the low, sell the high, and avoid the middle of the range.

But more importantly, time is critical tomorrow with the FOMC Announcement mid-afternoon, which means I need to focus on the best entry set-ups before the lunchtime session begins.
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Joseph James says:

The FOMC Announcement is one of the biggest reports we get as traders, and it requires us to keep an eye on the time and pick only the best entry setups. Are You Ready?

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