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

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Momentum Trading Strategy | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro
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Crude Oil is range-bound and rotating back to the high of the range, and my focus is on buying opportunities using the ‘pendulum swing’ as my target for tomorrow.

E-Mini S&P is sideways with a triangle, telling me this market is balanced, and I should focus on failures both above and below the range for tomorrow.

Nasdaq is range-bound after an ugly session today, so my plan is to fade the breakouts using failures at the highs and lows tomorrow morning.

Gold is bearish and targeting the prior month close, and my plan is to look for selling-opportunities using buyer-failures up above the moving-average tomorrow.

Euro is bearish with a strong move lower, and I have my eyes on a reversal-line overhead for selling-opportunities on the way down to the prior week low.

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Can you tell us how markets can move more on low volume than when higher volumes occur?
This is how the powers that be manipulate markets to an extent i think…

Joseph James says:

Beautiful example of the "okie doke" fake-out on Gold… if you watched this video you were ready to capitalize on it! Awesome job!!

SID says:

hi jj ,i appreciate your work
while making video ,you too come on the screen (any corner of the screen)
its always good to see you bro

Louis Hibbs says:

or is the S&P tanking to 2535

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