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Markets took a nose dive going into the close this afternoon, giving back all of this mornings gains and setting up some great shorts off key resistance levels waiting overhead…

But out of all the clues I'm seeing on the charts tonight, the most important are these three wedge patterns because those patterns always seem to give me the best entries and exits – are you seeing these too?

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Crude Oil is bearish and just broke through the low of today’s wedge pattern, which tells me to expect a sideways range down at 56 tomorrow morning…

And with all this bearishness on Oil, I'll bet there are plenty of sellers waiting to short the next deep pullback, so I’m waiting for a bounce into a buyer-failure for a short back down again.

E-Mini S&P is bearish and back into the range from yesterday afternoon, which tells me to look for sell setups up above the range high using a simple buyer-failure pattern tomorrow morning…

But what if this move keeps going? It certainly might, and if so, I'm looking for a 2try try pattern to short down to the pendulum-swing target at 3303.

Nasdaq is bearish with a strong move back into yesterday’s range, which tells me to sit-on-hands for now, waiting to sell above the highs using a buyer-failure pattern…

And just like the Emini ES, if price continues to run lower overnight, my goal is to get short using “traps” above swing-highs before we finish the re-test of the major lows around 9100.

Gold is bullish and trading inside a wedge pattern, which should be traded similar to a range; buying low, selling high, and avoiding the middle…

Knowing this, the bulls have the edge, so I'm looking for seller-failures to get long below the wedge, or “nested” failure patterns to sell above the wedge, making sure I have..

We’re back at the desk once again, hunting for the most reliable set-ups this week, and with some big news on the schedule tomorrow, combined with trading-ranges on the charts, I’m excited for Wednesday morning because the strategy is rather simple…

But whenever I see sideways ranges, I think about breakouts, and breakouts are tricky for new traders, but not to worry - I have a couple easy rules to tell us to either “Fade it, or Trade It” tomorrow morning – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bearish with the sellers trying to re-test today’s lows, but the big clue is this recent run higher, telling me to anticipate buyers getting caught trying to buy the next pullback…

Knowing this, my plan is to wait for the buyers to get caught trading the breakout below the range, and sell into their stops using a 2try trap pattern…

E-Mini S&P is bullish into a trading-range, which tells me to buy low, sell high, and fade the breakouts using failure patterns on Wednesday morning…

Knowing this, I have my eyes on fading the breakouts below the range where the support trend-line and the measured-move intersect – do you see it?

Nasdaq is bullish into a range, which tells me to look for buy setups below the range using seller-failure patterns…

But speaking of the sellers, they have a target to complete down at 9150, which I'm waiting for before I fade the breakout going back up into the range again.

Gold is bullish and back inside the range from earlier today, telling me to buy with seller-failure patterns below the range tomorrow morning…

But what if the bulls keep this going higher? When is it safe to trade the breakout? First I need proof with a 123-Breakout, then I can buy the next pullback…

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These markets just keep running higher this week! With strong economic data, combined with the USMCA Trade Deal signed this afternoon, the bulls have firm control going into Friday morning…

But as I look at these charts tonight, the lack of pullbacks on the way up to new highs is an important clue, telling me to anticipate (2) two possible scenarios tomorrow, and I want to make sure you’re ready as well - are you with me?
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Crude Oil is bullish with a strong run higher, telling me to buy pullbacks at the low of a new hidden-channel using seller-failure patterns.

I'm also watching a potential trading-range around 58.50, because that’s going to change the strategy to “fade the breakouts” if/when it’s confirmed…

E-Mini S&P is bullish with a runaway move that seemed to last forever this afternoon without any significant pullbacks…

And that’s the big clue, no pullbacks, which tells me that buyers will be eagerly waiting to buy any pullbacks to reliable support levels, such as the low of this spike & channel tomorrow morning.

Nasdaq is bullish with a remarkable run higher to finish today’s session, and whenever I see this much movement in one session, I always anticipate a range the following…

Knowing this, I'll be looking to fade the breakouts, selling above the highs and buying below the lows of the range, while keeping my eyes open for deep pullbacks that I can buy into seller-failure patterns.

Gold is bullish into a range with excellent trend-lines above and below to form an expanding triangle, which is one of my favorite market conditions to trade…

Knowing this, the bulls have control, so I'm looking to buy into seller-failures below the range and sell with buyer-failures above the range on Friday morning.
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They finally got the Trade Deal signed this morning, and now the markets are responding, many with strong short-covering rallies back up to re-test their highs…

But the big question on my mind is – where’s the best entry set-up to capitalize on this move? You don’t have to look very hard, they’re easy to find, let’s get started…
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Crude Oil is bullish and trying to re-test the weekly highs with a short-covering rally, but I'm still seeing opportunity for the sellers to hold them off, so instead of buying as we go higher, I'm going to wait for the sellers to get caught chasing it lower and buy into their stops with a failure set-up.

E-Mini S&P is rallying higher after the sellers successfully defended the lows this afternoon, which means I'm looking for my shot to buy the next pullback, and I have my eyes on a key support level just below the 3290 area.

Nasdaq is bullish with buyers targeting the 9100 round number back at all-time-highs, so I'm looking for a chance to buy a pullback, and I have my eyes on a key trend-line that almost everyone should easily see.

Gold is bullish and trading at the high of a channel, which tells me to look for buy setups at the lows, but look closely and you can see we’re now 3-legs higher, telling me to anticipate a range, and seller-failure patterns to buy below it.
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We’re back in the action for another BIG week of trading opportunities this evening, and we have a lot to cover in tonight’s video…

Everyone’s waiting on the signing of the Trade Deal mid-week, Earnings Reports will keep the overnight session interesting, and we have a slew of economic data coming out that will surely give us plenty of volatility and set-ups…

But the question on everyone’s mind tonight is – how are we going to trade this “market melt up” tomorrow morning? Not to worry, I have a great plan, but are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bearish into a trading-range, which tells me to sell above the range with buyer-failures or buy below the range with a crown-reversal.

E-Mini S&P is bullish and “melting” higher into the close, telling me to stay patient to buy the next pullback, but with all this momentum running higher, I'll bet tomorrow goes sideways, so I'll be looking for set-ups to buy into seller-failures below the range.

Nasdaq is bullish and “melting” higher as markets anticipate that trade deal getting signed later this week, and with all this bullish momentum I'm just waiting for my chance to buy the next pullback, especially at the low of the hidden-channel I've found on the chart…

Gold is bearish and just about to re-test today’s low, which is just below last week’s range, which means I'm either going to buy these lows with a crown-reversal, or I'll wait to sell above the high using a buyer-failure pattern.
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We’re headed into Friday’s Non-Farm Payroll Report, the biggest news of the month, which means anything is possible, and time is of the essence…

And I see BIG CLUES on the charts tonight, making it easy to plan the best entry set-ups and exit targets for tomorrow – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bullish as the buyers try to claw their way back into the range from the beginning of today’s session, but this bull momentum may not last very long because of a strong shot lower over lunch…

My plan is to buy below the range with a seller-failure pattern, but the potential for a re-test of today’s low tells me I need to use a specific entry pattern to protect against losses…

E-Mini S&P is bullish and trading in the middle of today’s trading-range, which tells me to look for buy setups below the lows, and reversals above the highs…

Knowing this, I have my eyes on the low of an expanding triangle to buy the low, or a crown reversal pattern to sell above the high.

Nasdaq is bullish and trying to complete a pendulum-swing going back above the high of today’s trading-range, which tells me to look for buy setups below the range and reversals to sell above the range…

Knowing this, I can see a hidden-channel waiting to buy below the low, and I'll use the range-expansion levels to sell overhead.

Gold is bearish into a triangle ahead of tomorrow’s major news, which tells me to look for sell setups above the triangle high, and reversal long set-ups down below the low…

And speaking of buying off the low, we’re nearly FOUR legs down off yesterday’s high, which is a great place to start looking for a bounce off the lows, but don’t force it, stay patient and wait for the proper reversal pattern to get long.
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These “runaway markets” were fun to watch today, but now after the dust settles we find most of our markets either over-bought or over-sold going into Thursday morning…

Knowing this, any time a market runs this far in one session, I know exactly what to prepare for the following day, but the big question is – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bearish with a strong move lower in today’s session, which tells me the bears have control, and I should be looking for sell setups at key resistance levels…

And I have my eyes on (1) one specific area on the chart, where the high of the hidden-channel and the battle-zone combine together.

E-Mini S&P is bullish with a strong move higher, all the way up to new all-time highs, which tells me to buy pullbacks to key support levels tomorrow morning…

But the biggest clue is the spike & channel, which tells me to anticipate (and don’t be fooled by) a sharp pullback into the battle-zone.

Nasdaq is bullish with a strong rally higher, finishing the session just a few points below the next big round number at 9000…

And all this bullishness tells me to buy pullbacks to key support levels on Thursday, and I can see the perfect spot where the low of a new hidden-channel and a previous high come together.

Gold is bearish with a strong “runaway” move going lower, which finished in a narrow trading-range, telling me to sell retracements at key resistance levels…

And I have my eyes on the confluence level around 1575 where the battle-zone and hidden-channel intersect.
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We found some amazing setups in our trade room this morning, but it’s time to get ready for Wednesday’s trading session…

Crude Oil is bearish into a triangle, Emini ES is testing the buyers stops, Nasdaq looks good for a deep pullback, and Gold wants to re-test Monday’s high – are you ready for this?

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Crude Oil is bearish into a trading-range, which tells me to look for sell setups up above the high of the range tomorrow morning…

But keep an eye on the clock Wednesday morning because we don’t want to get wrapped-up with the weekly Inventory Report!

E-Mini S&P is bearish into a narrow trading-range, telling me to look for buyer-failures to sell above the highs, and reversal set-ups to buy under the low.

The key for the buyers will be timing the entry based on the short-term momentum, telling us whether we want a failure, or crown reversal pattern.

Nasdaq is bullish into a trading-range, which tells me to look for seller-failures to buy below the range, but looking at this recent shot running lower, I'm going to wait for a “nested” failure pattern to time the entry properly.

Gold is bullish and back inside the triangle from Monday morning, telling me to wait for a deep pullback to buy into a seller-failure pattern, or wait for price to run higher to sell with a crown reversal pattern…

Just remember, if we get the deep pullback, the bears will have momentum on their side, so we need to time the entry using a nested failure pattern.

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Happy New Year, and welcome back to the Nightly Newsletter!

The markets look great going into tomorrow’s trading session, with a combination of strong trends and narrow trading ranges, it’s easy to identify the best patterns going into tomorrow morning - are you ready for this?
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Crude Oil is bearish with a strong run lower into a trading-range, which tells me to look for sell setups above the high of the range tomorrow morning.

But what if price tries to run lower? I'm looking for either a crown-reversal pattern to buy the lows, or a 123-Breakout pattern for a continuation lower.

E-Mini S&P is bullish with a strong run higher, but look closely and you can see we never got any deep pullbacks today, which is the big clue for tomorrow.

Knowing this, buyers are waiting for their opportunity to buy the next deep pullback, and I'll be looking or a “nested” failure pattern if we get it.

But what if we don’t get the pullback? the buyers may not want to take profit, in fear of missing out on the move back to all-time-highs…

So if I see the market start trading sideways, my plan is to buy underneath the range using a seller-failure pattern.

Nasdaq is bullish with a strong run higher today, telling me to look for buy setups at support levels down near the low of today’s channel…

I can see two key support levels to watch, one is shallow, and the other is much deeper, and depending on which support level holds, that will determine which entry set-up will work best.

Gold is bearish and trying to fill the GAP from earlier this morning, but we’re trading sideways inside a range, which tells me to sell up above the high of the range tomorrow morning.

But if Gold tries to run lower, I have to be careful because that GAP down at 55.2 is co..

Friday’s trading session is only a few hours away, and with strong trends on the Eminis, and trading-ranges on the Gold and Crude Oil, the plan looks rather easy…

But with a lot of news still pending for Friday, anything is possible, and I want to make sure you're ready for everything Friday might throw at us – are you ready?

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Crude Oil is bullish into a trading-range, which tells me to buy the low of the range using a seller-failure pattern…

And if the buyers try to go higher, we have major resistance waiting overhead, which would be perfect for a crown reversal pattern to sell off the highs.

E-Mini S&P is bullish and trading right at this morning’s “trade deal” highs, which isn’t a very reliable place to start buying…

A better plan would be to wait for a 123-Breakout, and then buy the pullback to the low of the hidden-channel…

Or even better, wait for the buyers to try buying the next pullback and sell into their stops for a reversal off the high!

Nasdaq is bullish and trading at today’s high, which is a horrible place to get long, so I'm going to wait for PROOF of this market confirming higher and then look to buy a seller-failure from there…

And let’s not forget all the resistance waiting overhead, because the better set-up might be the crown reversal instead, especially if the bulls get too over-confident trying to buy breakouts…

Gold is bearish into a trading-range, which tells me to look for sell setups using key resistance levels overhead, and I can see a cluster of resistance up around the 77 level overnight…

So all we need is to see a small rally higher, then wait for the counter-trend buyers to try (and fail) so we can sell into their stops for a run back down to the low.

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With tomorrow’s FOMC Announcement just around the corner, we know tomorrow morning’s session will be shorter than normal, and we need to make every opportunity count – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bullish and trading inside multiple ranges this evening, both of which tell me to look for buy setups using seller-failures below the range…

But since each range is different, choosing the correct entry pattern will be our biggest challenge, so I’ll be paying close attention to the momentum we see on the next pullback to determine the right timing for the entry.

E-Mini S&P is bullish into a range this evening, which tells me to look for buy setups using failure patterns underneath the range on Wednesday morning…

I can also see an expanding triangle on the chart, which opens the door for a much deeper pullback off today’s high, and if so, I need to switch my entry pattern to a more reliable “nested” failure instead.

Nasdaq is bullish and trying to make its way back up into the range from earlier this morning, which tells me to look for buy setup using seller-failures down below the range…

I can also see the potential for another leg lower as well, and if so, we have the low of the expanding triangle as key support, and I’ll use that “nested” failure pattern to buy it back up again.

Gold is trading sideways inside a triangle/range this evening, which tells me to buy low, sell high, and avoid the middle tomorrow morning…

And since tomorrow is “Fed Day”, I need to stay patient, because Gold is often choppy ahead of the announcement, so I need to take only the best set-ups.

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We’re back for the 3rd week of December and this week is packed with big news events that are surely going to give us some great set-ups…

Crude Oils and Gold are back inside their weekly ranges, but did you see the Eminis?

The Emini ES and Nasdaq tumbled off last week’s high and it looks like it’s time to start selling, right? But wait, before you sell this reversal, make sure you watch tonight’s newsletter because you might re-think your strategy – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bullish and back into the range from last Friday’s close, which tells me to look for buy setup underneath the range using seller-failure patterns…

And if these buyers can keep pushing higher, I'm watching for a 2-try breakout pattern before we get back up to re-testing last Friday’s high.

E-Mini S&P is bearish after a strong move down to finish today’s session, but look closely and you can see we began today’s session inside a range…

And since “what starts in a range usually ends in a range”, my plan is to look for a crown reversal pattern to send price back up into the range from today’s open.

Nasdaq is bearish with a strong run lower this afternoon, but did you see the range at the beginning of the session? How about the pendulum-swing? Did you notice how this deep pullback is right on that pendulum-swing support?

Knowing this, I'm not convinced it’s time to sell (yet), because I’d rather wait for the sellers to try twice so I can buy for a rally going back up to this morning’s open.

Gold is bearish into a narrow trading-range, which tells me to look for sell setups using buyer-failures above the range, while keeping an eye open for a crown reversal pattern to buy off the lows.

And how about a possible short-covering rally? I..

Tomorrow is the first Friday of December, which usually means the Non-Farm Payroll report is the big news of the trading session…

But a last-minute change in the schedule has another big news report due out around the same time, which has me scrambling to get everything ready before tomorrow’s opening bell, and I want to make sure you’re prepared with me – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is sideways and treading water ahead of tomorrow’s highly-anticipated OPEC announcement, due out just before the US Session begins…

And since the bulls and bears are “balanced” inside a range, the plan is relatively simple; buy low, sell high, avoid the middle, and focus on failures!

E-Mini S&P is bullish into a narrow trading-range, which is a big clue going into Friday’s session, because the narrower the range, the larger the breakout needs to be, in order to give us a decent risk-reward ratio on the trade…

Knowing this, I'm waiting for that deep pullback off the highs, and looking for a “nested” failure pattern for the entry going back to the highs.

Nasdaq is bullish and also inside a narrow range, telling me to wait for a deep pullback before I try buying the lows tomorrow morning…

And speaking of a pullback, we haven’t seen one yet this entire week! Which makes me assume that even the deepest of pullbacks will be seen as a buying opportunity (with the correct entry set-up of course) on Friday morning…

Gold is range-bound and sideways, which is typical before the Non-Farm Payroll report, and it tells me to focus on failures, buying low and selling high tomorrow morning…

But one thing I need to keep in mind for tomorrow is; we still haven’t re-tested the highs from earlier this week, which tells me to look for a 2-try breakout..

These markets continue to impress me this week, and with plenty of reliable chart pattern to work with, I'm getting excited for Thursday morning…

And to make sure I don’t miss the best entries tomorrow morning; I use a simple visualize exercise to make sure I have every angle covered – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bullish into a spike & channel pattern, which tells me to look for buy setup down in the base of the channel tomorrow morning…

But I'm also anticipating that, with such a strong run higher today, we may get a sharp pullback off today’s high, and I'll need to use a “nested” failure setup…

E-Mini S&P is bullish into a narrow trading-range, which tells me to look for buy setups using failure pattern down in the battle-zone…

I can also see another range just below it, which will likely act as a magnet, drawing price even lower, so don’t get spooked by a deeper pullback, because that’s exactly where the pros will be waiting to get back on the bus!

Nasdaq is bullish with a strong spike up into a narrow trading-range, which tells me to wait for a deep pullback off the highs to buy into the stops of the counter-trend sellers…

But look closer at the chart, you can see another important clue – a GAP from earlier this morning when everyone was still sleeping, and that GAP will most likely be where the most buyers will be waiting for re-entry on Thursday.

Gold is bullish into a trading-range this evening, which tells me to look for buy setups underneath the range tomorrow morning…

But look closer at the chart and you can see the sellers just had a strong run lower, which tells me to anticipate more sellers coming in at the high of a new hidden-channel…

And that’s exactly what I’m looking for, because once ..

Our favorite markets are looking rather bullish going into Wednesday morning, but after two days of strong moves lower, I find myself wondering… “Can we trust these buyers yet?”

Because even though we finished with some strong moves higher, we’re still sitting at the highs of today’s ranges, which is a horrible place to buy pullbacks…

And my plan for tomorrow is to sell off these highs, but I need to wait for the buyers to try a couple times before I let it rip lower – are you ready?

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Crude Oil is bearish overall, but this recent run higher tells me that buyers are going to try buying the next pullback…

And I hope they do, because I'm going to use their stops as fuel for the run back down into the range again on Wednesday morning.

E-Mini S&P is bearish, but we finished today’s session with two strong legs for the bulls, which makes me think that buyers are gearing up for a short-covering rally…

But maybe we’ve missed the REAL clue here, that after two days of lower prices, sellers are simple waiting to price to come back to where they can actually get short!

Nasdaq is bearish, but a strong two-legged run higher is testing the outer limits of this morning’s range, which tells me this area is “do or die” for the bulls…

And I hope these buyers throw everything they’ve got at this market, because when they fail, those stop-losses will be excellent fuel for a run back down to re-test the lows again tomorrow morning

Gold is bullish into a narrow trading-range this evening, which tells me to wait for buy setups below the range on Wednesday morning…

But the biggest clue might be what didn’t happen today, a pullback, and I have my eyes on the 76.7 support level as a prime location to “risk small and earn large” tom..

The month of December got off to a busy start today, with major news sending most of our favorite markets running sharply lower…

But when the dust finally settled, most of these markets are range-bound going into Tuesday morning, which tells me to look at (2) two important clues to find the best entry set-ups tomorrow morning – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bearish with a big triangle/range on the chart tonight, which tells me to focus on buying low, selling high, and avoiding the middle on Tuesday morning…

But the most important clue on this chart is what happened last Friday morning – because that big drop from last Friday still hasn’t re-tested it’s low and will most likely be trying to there tomorrow morning.

E-Mini S&P is bearish with a strong run all the way down to fill the GAP from last weekend before turning sideways into a range-bound market…

And that big move down to start today’s session is the big clue, telling me to focus on selling into buyer-failures above the high of the range on Tuesday morning.

Nasdaq is bearish with a strong spike lower into a narrow trading-range, which tells me to buy the low, sell the high, and avoid the middle of the range on Tuesday.

But just like the Emini ES, the bearish move to start today’s session is the most important clue, reminding me to wait for a “nested” failure pattern if I want to buy the re-test of this morning’s low.

Gold is bullish and trading sideways inside a narrow range, which tells me to look for buy setups under the lows of the range, preferably down at the low of a new bullish hidden-channel...

But one clue also stands out to me, a strong move lower at the beginning of today’s session, which may signal another leg lower, and if so, I'll be lookin..

We’re headed into the last full day of trading on Wednesday with Crude Oil and Gold going sideways while the E-minis keep trending higher…

And I’m expecting a busy session tomorrow morning, which means I need to keep focused on these four rules to qualify a winning trade. Are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bullish into a trading-range this evening, which tells me to look for buy setups underneath the range tomorrow morning…

And don’t – the range is wide, so momentum plays a big factor in which type of entry set-up we’ll be looking for down around those buy zones…

E-Mini S&P is bullish and re-testing today’s new all-time higher, which tells me to look for buy setups, but only after we get a deep pullback off these highs…

And speaking of pullback, I'm watching the low of a new hidden-channel as key support to use with the entry trigger.

Nasdaq is bullish and struggling to re-test today’s high, which tells me this market is likely headed into a range on Wednesday morning…

And that trading-range tells me exactly what to look for – buy set-ups using seller-failures down below the range tomorrow morning.

Gold is bearish into a narrow trading-range tonight, which would normally tell me to look for sell setups up above the range high…

But look closely, and you can see the bullish momentum coming off the range low is very strong, telling me to wait for a “nested” failure pattern to sell off the high.
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Crude oil is range-bound, the E-Minis are back to all-time highs, and Gold is hunting for a re-test of monthly lows…

But no matter which market you’re watching, the key to our success relies on one thing - finding reliable support & resistance levels we can trust for our entries – are you ready?

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Crude Oil is range-bound and trading sideways with a beautiful expanding triangle on the chart tonight, which tells me to buy low, sell high, and avoid the middle tomorrow morning…

Knowing this, my plan is to focus on failures above and below the range. Buying below the range using seller-failures and selling above the range using buyer-failures.

E-Mini S&P is bullish with a strong run higher today, which tells me to expect a deep pullback and a re-test of the high at some point tomorrow morning…

Knowing this, my job is to stay patient, waiting for a deep enough pullback to give me a good risk-reward ratio going back up to the high again…

Nasdaq is bullish with a strong run higher into a spike & channel, which tells me to look for a pullback into the “base” of the channel and a re-test of today’s high…

My big concern, however, is that we get a deep enough pullback to give us a good risk-reward ratio, so I'm also going to wait for a deeper pullback below the battle zone, and if we get it, I'll use a “nested” failure set-up to buy with a target up at the high.

Gold is bearish and trying to run down to the 46.2 monthly low, but I can see a key support level standing in our way, which tells me to look for a sell setup off the high of a new hidden-channel for a more reliable short entry…

And if price keeps going lower, I need to adjust my strategy, looking for anything that gives me a decent risk-reward ratio coming off the resistance..

Emini, Nasdaq and Gold are all range-bound, while Crude Oil just keeps running higher, which tells me to be prepared for range-bound markets going into Friday’s session…

And whenever I see of sideways, balanced markets like these, I need to focus on using the most reliable indicator for range-bound markets – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bullish and hasn’t stopped running higher for two straight days, which tells me we’re either going to get a deep pullback off the highs, or a sideways, range-bound market on Friday morning…

But no matter which scenario we get, the key is waiting for a pullback off these highs, because buyers are waiting to buy the dip on Friday morning…

E-Mini S&P is sideways and range-bound this evening, which tells me to focus on buying low, selling high, and avoiding the middle on Friday morning…

And my favorite entry pattern for range-bound markets is always a failure pattern, buying into the stops of the bears, and selling the buyer-failures with the target back to the opposite side of the range.

Nasdaq is range-bound and sideways this evening, which tells me to buy the low, sell the high, and avoid the middle on Friday morning…

And to accomplish that, I have my eyes on support & resistance levels using an expanding triangle pattern on the chart.

Gold is slightly bearish as price grinds lower, but look closely and you can see we’re sitting below the weekly range, which means this market could rip higher at any moment…

Knowing this, I'm going to respect the bearish momentum and focus on a crown reversal pattern to get long off these lows on Friday morning.
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Crude Oil, Emini, and Nasdaq all got the 123-reversal and ran higher into the close this afternoon, with Gold still trying to break free of this week’s range…

But even though these markets are so bullish, I don’t want to chase them higher because I know the sellers are waiting for another shot to take it lower…

My plan is to wait for those sellers to try that next shot lower, and buy into their stops for a short-covering rally back to the highs tomorrow morning – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bullish into a spike & range pattern tonight, which tells me to look for buy setups below the range using failure patterns…

I’m also watching for another leg higher, seeing our next upside target at 58.00, and we can get a strong punch higher I'd like to buy the low of a hidden-channel before we get there.

E-Mini S&P is bullish after a 123-reversal and the buyers have their eyes on a re-test of today’s high, but it’s easy to see the major resistance overhead…

And I'm hoping we see sellers try to sell off that resistance, because an easy buy setup will be using their stops as fuel for a rally back up to re-test the highs.

Nasdaq is bullish and running back up to the 8300 price-magnet from earlier this week, but after the buyers already got their pullback entry earlier today, this market is too high to start buying now…

A more reliable plan for tomorrow is to wait for these buyers to take their profit so price pulls back off the high, then look for sellers to get caught trying to force a reversal and buy into their stop-losses for a short-covering rally up to the trend-line coming down from November’s high.

Gold is bullish, but we’re still trading inside the range from earlier this week, which means I need to wait for buy setups either und..

We have ranges on the E-Minis and trends on Gold and Oil, which tells me the best trading strategy for Wednesday morning…

But one of the big clues I see on today’s charts is that most of these markets are running into major s/r levels, which reminds me to plan my exit price in order to know the best entry set-up – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bearish with four legs down after news from OPEC sent the market collapsing lower, and anytime I see a market move that far in such a short period of time, I always expect a range-bound market the following…

Knowing this, my goal is to look for sell setups up above the high of the range using buyer-failure patterns tomorrow morning…

E-Mini S&P is bullish, but higher-lows and lower-highs tell me this market is now going sideways with a range, which makes the plan easy for Wednesday…

Because range-bound markets tell me to buy the low, sell the high, and avoid the middle, so I'm waiting to buy the low of this range using failure patterns…

Nasdaq is bullish, but a strong move down off the highs alerts me that we’re probably going to see a deep pullback off these highs tomorrow morning…

Knowing this, I want to buy the dip, but I'm watching to see how strong this pullback is, because I may need to use the “nested” failure pattern to be more conservative.

Gold is bullish and trading right at the highs from yesterday and today, which isn’t a very reliable place to start buying…

A better plan, is to wait for a pullback and buy a seller-failure down around 1466 or wait for a 123-Breakout and buy the pullback to the low of the new hidden-channel.
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Markets are gearing-up for the final full week of trading for November, and with the Eminis continuing to push new highs, Oil rotating inside a range, and Gold trying to run back to 1500, we have plenty of trap setups on our radar for tomorrow morning…

But there’s one big clue that stands out on the charts this evening, and that’s how this “Two Try Rule” continues to give us the best entry set-ups in our trade room, and I have a feeling that “Two Try Rule” is going to be a big component for Tuesday as well – are you ready?
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Crude Oil is bearish but struggling to re-test Friday’s low, which is a big clue in my opinion, because even after such a strong run lower, the sellers can’t finish the job…

Knowing this, I’m expecting a short-covering rally going back to re-test today’s high, and I’m going to use the “two try rule” to time the entry properly…

E-Mini S&P is bullish, but even after a beautiful 123-reversal, the bulls weren’t able to run price back to re-test today’s high, which is a huge clue, telling me the bulls may indeed have control, but they are rejecting the idea of buying near the highs…

Knowing this, I'm waiting for deep pullbacks to buy as low as possible, then looking for failure setups to buy into the stops of the counter-trend bears…

Nasdaq is bullish and trading into multiple levels of resistance this evening, which tells me to wait patiently for a better opportunity to buy off key support levels waiting below…

Knowing this, I’ve identified three key support levels down around 8310, and I'm waiting to see if I can trap in some sellers on the next pullback…

Gold is bullish with a strong run higher, re-testing last week’s spike & channel pattern and turning sideways into what appears to be a spike & range…

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Momentum is playing a key role in my trading strategy for Friday morning – with Gold, Oil, and E-Minis all finishing today’s session with strong impulse moves…

Those momentum moves tell me exactly what type of set-ups I want to be looking for tomorrow, but Friday mornings different than other days of the week – it’s all about MINDSET – are you ready?
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Momentum is playing a key role in my trading strategy for Friday morning – with Gold, Oil, and E-Minis all finishing today’s session with strong impulse moves…

Those momentum moves tell me exactly what type of set-ups I want to be looking for tomorrow, but Friday mornings different than other days of the week – it’s all about MINDSET – are you ready?
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Gold, Oil, and the Eminis are all bullish going into Thursday’s session, all with narrow trading-ranges telling us where the best entries will be tomorrow morning…

But something’s missing from these charts - and I think that “missing piece” might be our biggest clue for finding the best trades on Thursday – do you see it too?
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Crude Oil is bullish and trading at the high of today’s range, but there’s something missing from this market today – the buyers never got what they wanted most, and that’s where I'm looking for my buy setups tomorrow morning.

E-Mini S&P is bullish and just inches away from re-testing today’s high, which isn’t a very reliable place to start buying, so I'm going to wait for either “acceptance or rejection”, and trade my plan from there.

Nasdaq is bullish and mostly range-bound this evening, telling me to focus on buying as low as possible, using failure set-ups off the support trend-lines below the range on Thursday morning.

Gold is bullish into a trading-range tonight, telling me to look for buy setups using seller-failure patterns down in the “expansion” support levels below the range.

And I'm also watching for a breakout running higher, because there’s plenty of open space waiting above, we just need a 123-Breakout to get the party started for the bulls.
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We had a lot of deep pullbacks to finish today’s session, and one question on my mind going into Wednesday morning – is this a pullback or a full reversal?

The answer to that question is important, because a reversal tells me I should be selling this move lower on Oil and the E-minis, and buying this move higher on Gold…

So what’s the trick? How do you know if this late-session move is a pullback or is it a full-blown reversal? And what’s the best strategy? I’ve got you covered in tonight’s newsletter – are you ready?

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Crude Oil is bullish and trading just below a trading-range this evening, which is a great place to look for a buy setup using a seller-failure pattern tomorrow morning…

But I’d like to see us pullback a little further for a better entry, because I have three major support levels are stacked-up down and 56.40 and I’d rather look for the buy setup with a bigger target back into the range.

E-Mini S&P is bullish and trading at the low of a wide bull channel, which is a good spot to look for a buy setup, but this bearish momentum tells me I need to wait for the sellers to try twice before buying it back up again, so I'm going to wait for a “nested” seller-failure pattern for a more reliable entry.

I'm also watching for a range-bound market tomorrow because we have the head of the FED (Powell) speaking at 11am, and if so, I'm going to switch my strategy to buying low, selling high, avoiding the middle and focused on failures.

Nasdaq is bullish, but this recent pullback was too strong for me to try buying off the low of this channel, so I'm going to wait for a more reliable entry by using a “nested” failure with a trap below the low of this morning’s trading-range…

And speaking of range, that’s definitely on my ..

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