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Bits & Pieces

Typical of crude oil (CL) futures of late, the directional moves are almost always abrupt spikes up or surges down. In between the sideways congestion will make both pullback and breakout entry-tactics equally tough.

You never really know when a break will fail or succeed wildly. But you never really know when a pullback is just another v-turn the opposite direction, either. In my personal case, I prefer working breakout type entries because the price moves are abrupt, explosive and usually without warning. So one has to treat each strategic break of key S/R as potential to be the only move for that given day.

And often times, it is.

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Today’s initial breakdown from peak swing high came in classic abrupt, v-turn fashion. There was no actionable sell signals ahead of time… and my attempts to sell the initial short confirms went unfilled on the orders placed.

Just because you know where to get in, and you try to get in where desired does not mean you can actually get in. Welcome to real trading in the real world with fast, somewhat illiquid market conditions.

But I did manage to get short enough times for favorable results in the end. And in the end, actual results are all that matter.

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Meanwhile, S&P 500 (ES) futures have continued to make awesome, smooth and structured price moves every single day. I laid off stock index futures trading for the most part this week because of options expiry, which usually makes for sketchy action. Not this time.

I do look forward to increased personal emphasis on ES trading next week onward.

Simple Enough
Later this evening (Friday) I’ll address the topic of how simple (but not easy) it is to setup a successful approach for trading active markets. There are a few moving parts involved, a few variables no one can control. And a bunch of constants that you can. Look forward to visiting with you then.

See You Inside
Austin

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