Trading Price Rejection | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro

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Understanding how to identify price “rejection” on the chart is one of the key secrets to identifying reversals, entries, and exits – and with Crude Oil, E-Mini S&P, and Nasdaq all giving us clear signs of rejection, that’s the focus of today’s newsletter.
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Crude Oil is bullish after a clear bearish rejection, but before we look to buy this market, I’m waiting on one more set-up to trigger.

E-Mini S&P is bullish after bearish rejection, and after the sellers tried (and failed) twice, it’s time to start getting serious about a short-covering rally.

Nasdaq is bullish with a 123-Reversal, but I don’t want to chase this market higher, and I’m waiting for bear-traps to get long going back to this morning’s high.

Gold is range-bound, which means the plan is to fade the breakouts using the ‘2-Try Rule’ tomorrow morning.

Euro is bullish, but look closely at the chart and it’s easy to see a big selling-opportunity for tomorrow’s session – all we need is the right entry trigger.
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Nyagowa Owino says:

This is truly advanced. Masterpiece. Am grateful Sir.

Joseph James says:

Price Rejection tells me when to look for the reversal, which tells me the best entry location, and provides the best final target on the trade.

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