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Joseph James is the head-trader at SchoolOfTrade.com (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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Three Set-Ups For Thursday
Crude Oil is bearish into a Spike & Range pattern, which tells me to look for sell set-ups using key resistance levels up above the range tomorrow morning.
Avoid The Loss, Grab The Win
Crude Oil is bouncing around back and forth inside an expanding triangle, which tells me to keep focused on failure set-ups to “buy low and sell high”.
FV Show Me Proof Or Pullback
Crude Oil is bullish with a strong run higher in today’s trading session, and in my experience, a day like this is usually followed by a sideways session tomorrow.
Snap-Back Trading Strategy
Crude Oil is bullish after a 123-Reversal, which tells me to look for buy set-ups off the low of a new hidden channel.
Best Entry Price Wins
Crude Oil is bearish, but we’re back a narrow trading-range, so I need to be careful where I look for the next sell set-up.
Trading The “Turn” Correctly
Crude Oil is bearish, but we’re trading at the low of a major bull channel, which tells me to anticipate “the turn” going higher and a full rotation back to the highs.
Trading The Gap Fill Failure
The markets started the new week with a bullish GAP at the open, followed by a strong run higher, which are two big clues playing into my plan for tomorrow morning.
Inverted Triangle Strategy
Crude Oil is range-bound with a bear-bias this evening, which tells me to look for sell set-ups at key resistance levels above the high of the range.
Time The Entry Properly
Crude Oil is bullish and trading back inside the range from earlier this month, which tells me to avoid buying this high and wait for a deep pullback to buy instead.
Trading Into Failed Reversals
Crude Oil is bullish with (what appears to be) the start of a short-covering rally off today’s lows, which tells me I need to act quickly if I want to get into a winning position before we re-test today’s high.
Trading The Rejection
Crude Oil is sideways in a range-bound market, which tells me to buy the low, sell the high, and avoid the middle of the range on Tuesday morning.
Where’s The Market’s Objective?
Crude Oil is bearish with a strong run lower, but looking closely at the chart and it’s easy to see this is a horrible place to be selling.
Best Time For A Reversal
Crude Oil is bearish with a strong run lower, but look closely and you can see we’re sitting right on major support, which tells me I need to wait for a pullback before I try selling tomorrow morning.
Optimized Trading Strategy
Crude Oil is bearish with a strong run lower to finish today’s session, and any time I see a strong move like this, I know the short-term momentum will most likely give me the opportunity to sell another leg down.
This Chart Says It All
Crude Oil is bullish with a strong run back up to re-test July’s high, and with such a strong move to finish today’s session, we can expect buyers to be waiting on the next deep pullback.
Traders Playing “Catch Up”
Crude Oil is bearish as it comes tumbling off the high of a bear flag this evening, telling me to look for sell set-ups on the way back to re-test the lows.
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