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

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Gap Trading Strategy | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro
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Crude Oil is bullish with a flag pattern, which tells me to wait for a seller-failure below the moving-average using the high of the channel as key support tomorrow morning.

E-Mini S&P is bearish with a range, so I’m looking to fade the breakouts, selling above the highs with a target down at the lows.

Nasdaq is bearish with a range this evening, so I want to sell the range high using the ‘2-Try Rule’ tomorrow morning.

Gold is bullish with a Spike & Range, so my plan is to buy the low of the range using seller-failures.

Euro is trading sideways with a range, so my plan tomorrow is to buy the low, sell the high and focus on failures.

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Joseph James says:

Remember – the most common rookie mistake is to try FORCING a gap-fill. It's best to trade in the direction of the gap until the momentum shifts, and when it does (b/c it always does eventually) then we have an easy target going back to fill the gap.

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