This blog post is highlighting the MDA Snap Shot entry, risk and exit that took place in the E-mini S&P today 12/18/15. Subscribers of the Market Dimensions Advisory received these MDA Snap Shots via email in real-time when the trade was developing on my screens. Below you will see a recap of the technical Snap Shot Entry and Exit. If you are interested in receiving these alerts to your email sign up for your FREE subscription today. Are you not seeing the MDA Snap Shot emails in time to execute? I have a service to avoid this. Contact me today to find out more.
Entry: Sold March ES @ 2013.00
Exit: Bought March ES @ 2005.00
P/L from trade: +8.00 pts or $400 (before fees)
Entry 12/18/15: Sent out via email to MDA subscribers 8:42 am central
We have a potential short opportunity developing on the ES 30 min chart. If this level breaks we could see us challenge 2000.00 or the 1990.00 level.
30 Min ES Chart with Entry:
Exit 12/18/15: Sent out via email to MDA Subscribers 11:36 am central
We have seen the Crude market pull back about 50 cents and is negative on the day. This has carried over into our Short ES position. I am suggesting to update risk to break even or exit this trade @ market. Trading around 2005.00 at the time of this email. So roughly $400 per contract.
Will have a recap of this trade on my blog. If you want to hold this position short. My objective is to hit 2000.00 but keep a short leash and if you start seeing crude move higher I would suggest getting out.
3o Min ES Chart Showing Entry and Exit
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