In this post actually 3 posts and 3 videos in one! This 1st of 3 videos in the series was originally conducted as a Google Hangout. This set up is really consistent so I just love this it works so well over time.
So here is an E-mini chart. All of the the moving averages I use are simple moving averages except for the 15 which is an exponential. The normal thing for the market to do is this: When the market is moving down, the 50 simple moving average will down as well.
When the market goes up, the 50 simple moving average tends to go up as well. The price bars are below an upward angling 50 MA is a signal for a long trade. This trade setup is normally a short scalp trade, but sometimes these trades can go for a long time and often as you can see this one to a very nice winner.
Now we get another example of the same kind of thing. In California the markets open at 6: There are a couple of the rules. The primary structure most important thing, is that the structure of the market is for price to be below an upward angling 50 MA.
Also you want to have support to be bouncing off of and I also use the next higher time frame to help me. I have some other free videos that explain how I do that. This 2nd of 3 videos in the series was originally conducted as a Google Hangout. This video is also brief only 8 short minutes and covers a different type of trade setup. Enjoy video part 2: This allows us to follow the famous adage: This specific Emini day trading strategy, trading the first retrace in a trend, gets you into a trend EARLY which is key to capturing that big winner.
I only trade trends early in a new trend to avoid the warning of the famous saying: They are a more objective way of measuring waves which is simply higher highs and higher lows. A trend can be 3 waves or more. This final of 3 videos in the series was originally conducted as a Google Hangout. This video is also brief only 5 short minutes and covers a different type of trade setup. Enjoy video part 3: Momentum is critically important for all traders to measure because it indicates whether a market move is strong or weak.
This is essential for you as a trader because strong moves are likely to follow through AFTER you enter the market, whereas weak moves are less likely to follow through. Many Emini day traders are also familiar with wave counts, especially through Elliott Wave theory.
Much of this is to help us get into market moves earlier than the crowds, a hallmark of professional traders. This specific Emini day trading strategy can help you not only with trend trading, but also with trend reversal trading. Each video is clear and understandable, your are awesome, be bless.
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