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Articles tagged "breakout"

What Makes a Market "Happy"?

Remember that price only moves when there is an imbalance between buyers and sellers. No imbalance, no movement. If the buyers and sellers are evenly matched, price will go nowhere. This is precisely why markets tend to only trend about 20% of the time.

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Make sure that you pay attention to the corn market. We had a nice little breakout in this market yesterday and should be paying attention on today's market action to see if this breakout will be sustained.

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In today's daily wrap, we can the pressure building in the ES, forming a type of consolidation pattern. What I think we may be seeing at this point is a failed breakout on a ledge. We should be on the lookout for a pop either to the up or downside in today's trading action.

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Using Ichimoku, we will take a look at Chikou line break outs/break downs in the market. These are a great option to use in markets that are trending. Yesterday in the NQ, we saw the Chikou bar move above the support/resistance area in the market.

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We have seen lots of opportunities for entries in the markets over the past few days. In the Gold market, we saw it breakout above resistance over the past few days and we would not be surprised to see this market continue on to the upside toward levels seen at the end of August.

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