Trading the Pendulum Swing | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro

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We have a handful of trading-ranges on the charts tonight, which means I’m going to use the ‘pendulum swing’ to find key support and resistance levels to use with my entry patterns tomorrow morning.
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Crude Oil is bullish with a strong spike higher, which tells me to look for two specific long set-ups at two different locations tomorrow morning.

E-Mini S&P is bullish and pulling back to the low of the range, which tells me to use the ‘2-Try Rule’ to find buying opportunities.

Nasdaq is bearish and trying to complete the ‘pendulum swing’ target, and once completed I’m looking for a long set-up back into the range.

Gold is bullish, but the high of the range isn’t a very reliable place to start buying, so I’m going to skip the buy and wait to sell into the bulls stops.

Euro is bearish, but we’re a bit too low to sell here, so I’m waiting for the ‘pendulum swing’ to give me a short set-up off the range high tomorrow morning.
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coolezum says:

Hello Brother Joeseph! Good show 🙂

Joseph James says:

Why is the pendulum swing so important? Because it gives me the perfect locations to look for buying and selling opportunities back and forth from top to bottom of a trading range.

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