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Commentary from this past week includes:
Great set-up on oil this morning…2 min demand zone. I didn’t take it, saw it last minute and wasn’t able to asses things on multiple time frames first. Great example of being patient and discipline…that’s my #1 goal this year…to be consistently patient with the set-ups.
I’m looking to short the Euro, but will need help from the US dollar.
Here’s the same set-up on the Nasdaq futures.
I missed my day trade short this morning pre-market on S&P 500 futures.
The Dow futures dropping from a 4 hr supply zone yesterday, waiting to short market a bit higher.
Here’s Gold on the 4 hr chart and that I’m considering shorting. A lot demands on where the US dollar is at.
This 2 min demand zone worked on Gold, but not enough of a profit zone, will consider shorting it a bit higher.
$20 move higher in Gold yesterday…WOW…I will be watching a 5 min demand zone at $1335.
This is a chart of the British Pound on a 60 min chart. I wasn’t paying attention, but price just breached the 4 hr supply zone. However, I was able to short on the spot, GBP/USD…target 1.29000.
Oil dropping big time…looking to go long on a 2 min demand zone if prices move down another $0.60.
This is the Japanese Yen on a 4 hr chart. The blue lines represent daily demand and supply. The pink lines represent the 4 hr demand and supply. I’m looking to trade price once it reaches the pink lines.
This is my #1 set-up that I look for…this happen to be on the Euro while I was sleep at 3 AM est, so I wasn’t able to participate in this trade. 60 min demand zone, but the setup was on the 5 min chart.
This post is my personal opinion. I’m not a financial advisor, this isn’t financial advise. Do your own research before making investment decisions.