FOMC Trading Strategy | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro

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We’re headed into the FOMC Announcement on Wednesday, and with a handful of easy trading-ranges on the charts, we’re looking to catch those counter-trend trades on the wrong side of the market – and as always, I have a plan.
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Crude Oil is bullish, but with price-action trading at the high of the range, my plan is to wait for the sellers to try the reversal so I can buy into their stops.

E-Mini S&P is range-bound and balanced, which means the plan is to fade the breakouts, buying low, selling high, and avoiding the middle tomorrow morning.

Nasdaq is bullish as it races back into the range from yesterday, and to avoid chasing the market higher, I’m waiting to get long with “traps”.

Gold is bullish into a trading-range, which means I’m looking to buy the low of the range, and I have a perfect combination set-up waiting for a Hidden Channel.

Euro is range-bound with a bull bias, which tells me to wait for the opportunity to buy into the sellers’ stops as they try to trade breakouts tomorrow morning.

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Nahashon small says:

I love your energy man

J A says:

If interest rates don't go up the market should go up pulling oil and gold with it.

Truck My Ad says:

so animated and charismatic. Just a really good presentation.

Patrick Toussaint says:

nice video I also learned something new thanks

1houraday Trader says:

Is this Bobby "Axe" Axelrod From 'Billions' 😉

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