Double Top & Bottom Strategy

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We have some easy clues on the chart tonight, specifically some double-tops and double-bottoms telling us exactly where the best trading opportunities will be for Wednesday’s trading session, so don’t miss tonight’s video…

Crude Oil is bearish with a double-bottom, which means I’m looking for sell set-ups at a key resistance level up overhead tomorrow morning.

E-Mini S&P is bullish with a double-top at the highs, which tells me where to find the most reliable buying opportunities tomorrow morning.

Nasdaq is bullish, but a recent double-top at the high tells me to wait for a pullback down to a little-hidden trend-line for buying opportunities on Wed.

Gold is barely bullish, and the slope of the channel is the big clue telling me what to look for, and more importantly, what to AVOID tomorrow morning.

Euro is bearish with a Spike & Channel, which means I’m looking for selling-opportunities up at the “base” of that channel.

Crude Oil is Bearish, But Watch that Double-Bottom!

Crude Oil is bearish, but this double-bottom on the chart is warning me that sellers are likely growing weary of selling this low on the chart.

So my plan instead is to wait for selling-opportunities up near the high of this range because that’s the best place whenever we have a double-bottom in a bear market.

E-Mini S&P is Bullish, But is that a Double-top?

The E-Mini S&P is bullish, but this double-top at the high is a clear warning that buyers are taking profit and I should wait for a lower price to find buy set-ups.

More importantly, the double-top tells me this is a range, which means I need to focus on buying the low of the range using a 2-Try Failure entry pattern.

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