Election Day Trading Strategy | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro

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Election Day Trading Strategy | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro
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Crude Oil is bearish with a strong move lower, telling me to stay patient and sell into buyer-failures up at the high of a hidden channel tomorrow morning…

E-Mini S&P is bullish with a channel, but a key resistance levels warms me not to buy right now, but stay patient and look for buying opportunities after a deep pullback…

Nasdaq is bearish and trading at the high of a Spike & Channel, but a very small clue around the moving-average, combined with a key support trend-line tells me the bears might be walking into a trap tomorrow morning…

Gold is bullish with a trading-range, telling me to buy the lows using the 2-Try Failure pattern, but we need to clear this falling resistance level first…

Euro is bullish with a sharp move back above key resistance, so my plan for tomorrow is to look for buying opportunities using that same resistance level as support…

Tomorrow is Election Day in the United States, and with everyone headed to the polls, we’re expecting a slightly different twist in tomorrow’s markets, and as always, I have a rock-solid plan of attack…
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Rj Fdo. says:

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Joseph James says:

With tomorrow being election day, we're expecting to see some dead-times in the market tomorrow morning, and those times are going to be critical that we stay patient because we WILL see a handful of great opportunities, but we need to SAVE our BULLETS for those times! #DayTrading #SchoolOfTrade #Mindset

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