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

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OPEX Trading Strategy | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro
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Crude Oil is bearish and rotating down to the low of the range and prior week close, and my plan is to avoid the middle of the range by using traps and buyer-failures tomorrow morning…

E-Mini S&P is range-bound and trading in the middle of the range, telling me to stay patient and wait for buyers or sellers to try and breakout of the range so I can trade with failures going back into the range tomorrow morning…

Nasdaq is bearish and trying to re-test the weekly low, and I have my eyes on three (3) possible scenarios for Friday’s trading session…

Gold is bearish and trading sideways with a range, so my plan for tomorrow is to look for selling-opportunities using the ‘2-Try Rule’ up around the range-highs…

Euro is bearish and trading in a triangle pattern, telling me to fade the breakouts up above the highs for selling-opportunities back down to the lows tomorrow…

We’re ready to wrap-up an awesome week of trading tomorrow morning, and I have a specific “end of week strategy” to teach you this evening…
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Suzanne Flores says:

Nothing is certain in this game that we are playing buh with patience and a zealous mind, you can make more than your expectations in less than no time

Simmie says:

thanks, JJ!

Joseph James says:

The key to trading Friday mornings is to GET UP EARLY! What's the most important lesson you learned in today's video?

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