Big Little Trading Clues (2) | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro

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These markets are RED HOT going into Friday’s Non-Farm Payroll Report, but forget the big moves on the chart, it’s the LITTLE clues that are making the biggest impact on my trading plan for Friday morning.
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Crude Oil is bearish, but look closely and you can see this is likely just a ‘pendulum swing’ coming of the range high, which means we’re most likely going to find our way back up to re-test the highs tomorrow morning.

E-Mini S&P is bullish, but can we really trust this most recent move? I’m seeing a bunch of little clues that tell me exactly where the most reliable opportunities will be tomorrow morning.

Nasdaq is bullish into a trading-range, which tells me to buy the low of the range, but another little clue (trend-line) is telling me I need to beware getting too aggressive!

Gold is bearish, but the low of the range is a horrible place to sell, so I hope we see the sellers FAIL so we can ride this market all the way back to the highs.

Euro is bearish with a strong run lower, which is tempting to sell short, but a tiny little clue on the chart is telling me this move lower might just be setting-up for a monster rally back to the highs!
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