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February 9, 2016

Lottery Longs

I just grabbed a small amount of lottery longs near 1835 where I’m seeing a small cluster of hourly Net-Line Sell Lines (NLSLs). Now as the name implies – if those are breached and we push below yesterday’s lows then continuation to the downside is pretty much baked in.

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January 21, 2016

The Mother Of All Divergences

I just had to put together a wrap up video of yesterday’s session. That monster divergence had to be seen to be believed. However, that said – everything always looks clear in hindsight. So let’s run through the session one more time to see where you could have jumped on the gravy train.

Enjoy a re-run of today’s E-Mini session exhibiting participation as measured by our Zero indicator. On the left side is the hourly panel and the Zero Lite runs on the right via the 5-min panel. Swing traders and scalpers are encouraged to watch the 5-min panel for early clues – in particular price/signal divergences and lack of participation as expressed by a [...]

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January 8, 2016

E-Mini Entry Opportunity

Conceding we have very little technical context right now I however do love the short term panel on the E-Mini right now. Without further ado – here’s our evil scheme for the day: Grab a small short position here until about 1960 (we’ll have to watch the Zero after the open). If 1960 gives then I’m long with a stop below the current spike low near 1940.

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December 22, 2015

The Game

Absolutely brilliant session today. We nailed the entry perfectly this morning and it’s been banking coin all the way into the close. The Zero was awesome all day pointing upward with only a brief scare near the EOS.

As the saying goes. Don’t hate the player, hate the game. I’ll pop in tomorrow if there’s anything interesting to report.

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