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Looking at the week behind 1 day @ a time…..
Good trading is always going back over the trading day and reviewing the setups that may or may not have worked out and what kept you in or perhaps took you out too early. Looking for the trend move and remaining in the setup is the objective. It’s your patience and discipline that will continue to grow as a trader when you implement such tools.
Markets: YM, ES, NQ (RTH)
*Results will vary for each individual trader based on market entry/exit and/or live versus simulated environment.
- Slow grind downside
- Indices slide after initial uptick
- Big Pic: Relentless move upside with serious open gaps downside
- Fed Speakers
- Best option to go to lower time frame for more setups on indices
- 6E best trending to the short
- Observing and tweaking Murray level charts as seen below
- Overall trend of the day:
- Global: Chop
- US Session: Downtrend
Charts of Interest
- NQ; Higher time frame with Murray levels to indicate turnaround. Price never looked back.
- ES; Range chart setup with Murray levels to indicate turnaround. Price never looked back.
- NQ; Mid-session Murray levels
- CL; while the trend was more probable once it crossed above cloud after a pullback, Murray chart to support the lower levels.
……view additional charts posted intraday via Twitter
Setups reflective of highest probability setups based on price action crossover of T3-50 and 50/144ema cloud with 1 of 4 possible trade management setups and exit strategies. Market order entries/exit will vary whether simulated or live for each trader. All setups are called out on real time charts in a screenshare room and randomly posted online.
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