[Premium Recast] How To Break Down Futures Markets Using Volume Analysis Tools
Published 9/27/18 1:10 PM Central:
Every day I get asked. “What are you watching when the markets are on “the open”?” Of course, every day is different but essentially I go through the same steps, progressions and use the same tools day in and day out for my volume analysis. When I say the “open” I am referring to watching the S&P/Equity futures markets when the cash stop market opens @ 8:30 AM CDT.
For those that may or may not know, as a part of my MDA Premium program, I do a live stream every day on the open. This live stream presents my thoughts, analysis and the progressions I go through every day on the open. I focus on the equity markets, but all other commodity markets that are presenting interesting setups to take action.
Here you will find a recording of today’s open on 9/27/18 and what I covered. Watch the video to see my explanations. It is not about “What did he call bullish or bearish?” and “Did it work?”. It is about going through the consistent progressions and location confirmations to arrive at your decision. Also, having access to these tools will help you trade with confidence.
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#2 – Watch the video below in its entirety. Contact me about how you can join the room and gain access to these tools.
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