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Joseph James is the head-trader at (SOT), a trading education website based in Los Angeles, CA.

Joseph’s goal with SOT is to provide his students with the proper knowledge of how the business of day trading works, the technical analysis skills to find ... more


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Favorite Trades For Friday (Focus On Failures)
We’re seeing nothing but range-bound markets ahead of Friday’s trading session, which means our plan is rather simple; buy support levels below the range, sell resistance levels above the range, and focus on failure patterns to trigger the entry.
Better Way To Trade Breakouts (Do The Opposite)
Charts look great ahead of Wednesday’s trading session; we have some strong moves, failed rotations, and plenty of reliable setups on our radar.
Which Entry Pattern Works Best? (Watch The Cycle!)
We’re back to our desks after last week’s Quad-Witching break, and with a little more than a week left in September, I want to make sure we squeeze every last drop of the best entry patterns this week.
FOMC Trading Strategy; BewareThe Traps
We’re headed into the FOMC Announcement tomorrow afternoon, which means tomorrow morning will be one of the more challenging days of this Quad-Witching week.
Using Price Magnets With My Favorite Entry Patterns
We’re back to our desks for another big week of trading; this week is known as Quadruple Witching, which will affect our favorite markets later this week.
Can Sellers Finish The Pendulum Swing? 3 Entries For Friday
E-Mini S&P is bearish and finished today’s session going sideways with a range, which tells me to look for sell setups using buyer failure patterns at key resistance levels above the range.
Capitalize On This Snap Back Reversal
E-Mini S&P is bullish after today’s snap-back reversal sent prices running higher, and with the buyers in control, I’ll be looking for a deep pullback so I can buy into the sellers’ stops tomorrow morning.
Pick The Right Pullback; 2 Secrets To Entry Timing
E-Mini S&P is bearish into a spike and channel pattern, which is a great clue because it tells me to look for buyer failure patterns to get short up at the high of the channel.
Buy The Dip, Right? My Plan For Non-Farm Payrolls
E-Mini S&P is bearish into a wedge, which tells me to look for sell setups around the “edges” of the wedge using buyer failure patterns.
Selling The Pop; Best Patterns To Fade Breakouts
E-Mini S&P is bullish with a strong run higher today; with bulls in control, my plan is to buy a pullback to support levels, but with a few different levels on my radar, I need to wait for the pullback to confirm which entry pattern will work best.
Use Stop-Losses To Fuel Your Profit Targets
E-Mini S&P is bullish with finished today’s session with a strong spike higher; the strength of this move tells me to anticipate one of four possible scenarios for tomorrow.
The Calm Before The Crash? Favorite Trades For Tuesday
E-Mini S&P is bearish and sitting on today’s lows after failing to complete their pendulum swing near the highs, the failed rotation is a big clue, and when combined with that high VIX, it tells me to get ready for shorts.
Wild Swings & Open Loops; My Trading Plan For Friday
We’re headed into the final Friday of August, which means our window of opportunity will be smaller today, but that won’t stop us from finding some reliable trading opportunities in our favorite futures markets…
Trading Hurricanes & Fed Speeches On Thursday
Batten down the hatches! We’re headed into one of the busiest days of the week tomorrow morning; Hurricane Laura, Jerome Powell and GDP news are all in play for Thursday morning which means we need to be ready for the action. 
Which Pullback Can I Trust? Best Entries For Wednesday
We finished Tuesday’s session with strong moves on the charts, which gets me excited for Wednesday morning’s session, but beware, because there are a handful of hidden traps on the charts and I want to make sure you’re prepared.
Hunting For Traps In Range-Bound Markets
We’re back in the saddle again this week; it’s the end of the month and the last few drops of the summertime season, which tells us to expect lower volume with increased volatility.
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