Dude Where’s My Moto?

As some of you already know I started the day dealing with a family emergency but it didn’t stop there. Just when I thought that I had a lid on things and got ready to hit the gym for some much needed stress relieve I realized that someone had grifted my moto overnight. You should have seen my face as I was standing there with my helmet in my hand and cursing like a sailor with turrets. I thought it couldn’t get much worse but somehow this day continued to prove me wrong. Well, I’ll spare you the ugly details – nobody likes a cry baby.

Although the Spanish cops don’t have the notoriety of the LAPD I have a feeling they won’t have any problems identifying the ole’ Mole mobile – it has some rather distinguishing features. Well, as the universe seems to have it out for me today I better treat carefully and keep a low profile. So forgive me if I run through today’s charts quickly so that I can curl up somewhere and lick my psychological wounds ;-)

Quick update on CAD/CHF which triggered today. We are about 0.7R in and nothing really happens until we touch 0.8058’1. If we close above it we’ll advance our stop to the 1R mark – if we push above it and closer below it we will exit EOD.

Equities are still on the run and thus far the 25-hour has been holding like a champ. There’s the 100-day BB approaching above and it may mean soft resistance.

The volume profile is running thin but that doesn’t mean that some headline event tomorrow can’t pop it higher. You know how the cookie crumbles.

Possible Failed Shooting Star setup on the NQ starting tonight. I’m not holding my breath but it’s the only ticket on the equities side right now.

I do however think that the bulls may have gotten a bit ahead of themselves here, so I recommend caution on the long side. For example here is the NYSE advancing/declining ratio which is dropping against a rising SPX.

But I got more where that came from – please join me in the lair:


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Alright, that’s all I got for today – time to release the hounds!

Cheers,

CAD Me If You Can!

Welcome to our morning briefing. Here we are reviewing short term setups ahead of the NYSE opening bell. If you are a scalper or swing trader then these setups may be of interest to you. As usual keep in mind that these are short term setups although they could be used as early entries for more longer term positions.

My favorite setups this morning is the CAD/JPY – unfortunately it’s already run off a bit. Now, short of chasing it I’d be looking out for a last kiss goodbye move – i.e. a retest of the NLSL near 91.2. Long there and put your stop a healthy distance below the 100-hour SMA.

Equities are looking interesting but still ambiguous, which has been the theme of the last week. Good context via the two converging SMAs but I would want to see a breach of either the NLBL or the NLSL, which are however over 8 handles apart. I’ll be taking a trigger and then place a stop beyond the farthest SMA.

So this will take a bit of finesse, n’est-ce-pas? But there may be an easier way to hitch an early ride on equities – please join me in the lair:


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Monday Morning Briefing

Welcome to our morning briefing. Here we are reviewing short term setups ahead of the NYSE opening bell. If you are a scalper or swing trader then these setups may be of interest to you. As usual keep in mind that these are short term setups although they could be used as early entries for more longer term positions.

Although the daily context remains best on the E-Mini short term setups are to be found elsewhere this morning. The YM is scraping upside diagonal resistance right now but I would not use that as a long entry as there’s insufficient context. However if it drops back below the 25-hour I would be short with a stop above the diagonal. Triggers on the chart.

The NQ is more even and offers us a good long entry should it decide to first breach its NLBL and then the horizontal a few ticks above. Put your stop below the 25-hour or 100-hour if you want to be more conservative.

The TF has enough for a bi-directional play – inflection point is the 100-hour which will soon meet the slightly falling diagonal above. My preference here would be an entry shortly after the open. Again the triggers are on the chart.

This is going to be a very exciting week and we are kicking things off in style – please join me in the lair:


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