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Simpler Approach To Trading Using ALGOS And Trade Management, Mini NQ Chart & Support and Resistance Levels 10.22.2021

October 21st, 2021 Filed under futures trading education, Index Futures | Comment (0)

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Simpler Approach To Trading Using ALGOS And Trade Management

Sign up to receive family of studies along with trading ALGORITHMS you can place on your own charts, your own time frame and the markets you prefer.
Once you register to the free 3 weeks trial, you will also receive a 23 page PDF eBook that details the logic, concept and trading applications that can be used while applying these indicators.
Examples from today’s session using the mini NASDAQ chart below for your review.
What you see are signals in the form of either RED or GREEN Squares, trying to suggest possible market turn is coming.
If price action confirms, the turns, the logic behind the model says there is a better chance for continuation.
Mini Nasdaq Chart

Good Trading

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Futures Trading Levels

10-22-2020

Support and Resistance Levels 10.22.2021

 


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Futures Stock Indicies Have Officially Rolled Over, September 13th 2010

September 10th, 2010 Filed under Day Trading, Future Trading News, Futures Trading, Options Trading | Comment (0)

December is now the front month for stock indices, currencies, financials and many other markets.

You should not be trading any September contracts.

Chart of Mini SP 500 for your review below ( December continuous chart)

Have a great weekend!

SP 500 Day Trading

SP 500 Day Trading

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Future Stock Indices Due for Rollover, September 10th, 2010

September 9th, 2010 Filed under Commodity Trading, Day Trading, Future Trading News, Futures Trading, Options Trading | Comment (0)

Please note that Equity Indices products; TF, ES, NQ, EMD and YM roll on Thursday the 9th at 8:30 am Chicago time from the September 2010 contract to the December 2010 contract. The month code for December is ‘Z’. It is recommended that all new positions be placed in the December contract as of Thursday’s trade date. Please close any open September Currencies positions by the close on Friday the 10th. Should you have any further questions please contact your broker.

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Future Stock Indices Due for Rollover, September 9th, 2010

September 8th, 2010 Filed under Commodity Trading, Day Trading, Future Trading News, Futures Trading, Options Trading | Comment (0)

Please note that Equity Indices products; TF, ES, NQ, EMD and YM roll on Thursday the 9th at 8:30 am Chicago time from the September 2010 contract to the December 2010 contract. The month code for December is ‘Z’. It is recommended that all new positions be placed in the December contract as of Thursday’s trade date. Please close any open September Currencies positions by the close on Friday the 10th. Should you have any further questions please contact your futures broker.

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