Weekly Newsletter #1085: Exit Indicator, Trailing Stop Indicator & Support and Resistance Levels for the Week Ahead
Posted By:- Ilan Levy-Mayer Vice President, Cannon Trading Futures Blog
Cannon Futures Weekly Newsletter Issue # 1085
Trading Videos 101: Curious on an indicator that can help you with EXITS?
How about using a certain indicator as a trailing stop?
Watch the latest trading videos we have posted and see if you can pick a tip or two on trading smarter!
In this week’s newsletter we are sharing four videos, each a few minutes long. The videos discuss practical tips for trading and sharing our experience with you
- Using volume charts along with semi automated exits to day trade the MES ( recent trading example)
- One way you can use the Parabolics study ( also known as PSAR) to manage current positions, possibly as a trailing stop
- Different ways traders can utilize support and resistance levels in their trading.
- Entering trades on a stop, using “price confirmation”.
- Utilizing Range Bar charts for shorter term trading as a way to try and filter out some noise.
- Using Bollinger Bands as a possible tool for exiting trades
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Reports, First Notice (FN), Last trading (LT) Days for the Week:
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