DAY TRADING THE E-MINI S&P 500 (ES)- BUYING OFF SUPPORT IN A RANGE

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Today Patrick walks us through on what to look for when price goes into a tight range. A range is when price is stuck between 2 points normally a higher point and a lower point. These ranges can be from a few points to a couple hundred. In this case the range was about 30 points overall. Always looks to buy the support in a range (when signaled in) and sell the resistance (when signaled in). Click the link down below to become a member today!

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Cordell says:

What indicator are you using to id previous days support and resistance?

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