Shake-Out Trading Strategy | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro

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Shake-Out Trading Strategy | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro
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Crude Oil is bearish but trying to turn bullish after a measured-move snuffed-out the momentum for the bears, and I have my eye on a seller-failure down below the moving-average for buying opportunities tomorrow morning.

S&P is bearish (as much as I want it to be bullish) with a triangle pattern, telling me to look for selling-opportunities up above the highs using buyer-failures tomorrow morning.

Nasdaq is bullish with a Spike & Channel pattern, telling me to look for traps down near the lows, but my plan is to look for a “shake out” to the downside tomorrow morning, followed by some seller-failures and a rocket back up to re-test the high.

Gold is bullish with a late-session reversal, telling me to look for buying opportunities using a “hidden channel” tomorrow morning.

Euro is bearish with a Spike & Range pattern, telling me to focus on buyer-failures tomorrow for selling-opportunities going back down to re-test the low.

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Trevor Proby says:

home run with this video Jj

Wasim Al Imam says:

I feel it Disinterested

Peace& Harmony says:

Hey Joseph, Thanks for the info! Btw, What's the Timeframe of the crude oil chart that you were explaining?

Y. Kay says:

But I'd go with anti-interested myself 😛

Y. Kay says:

LoL! So, my stepdad, journalist at the Boston Globe, said it's "Uninterested" becoz "disinterested" means someone unbiased or has no interest or stakes in the matter, an observers. Bulls and bears clearly aren't observers

Stefan Supra says:

Disinterested is the way to go

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