The Cullen Outlook is for those wishing to follow the moves of a technical futures trader. Look over Brian Cullen’s shoulder and see how he approaches the futures markets. In this day and age, information is very easy to come by. But how much of it is worth the time to read? In addition, once you have it, how do you use it? Armed with The Cullen Outlook, you will make informed decisions and take action with confidence.
Trend Lines are the cornerstones of technical analysis as they define support and resistance levels. Join Brian Cullen for this brief 9 minute video on his favorite indicator! See why it is the first thing he looks for when dissecting a chart. He will discuss using them to spot trading opportunities as well as potentially helping with exit strategies.
There are 2 common chart layouts that most traders use. Find out which one may suit your trading style better. Join Brian Cullen, as he discusses each one in detail and explains how they differ from one another in this short 9 minute video. Whether you are a shorter term day trader or longer term position trader, both chart layouts offer their unique insight into the futures markets.
Bullish Hammers, as the name suggests, is a signal on a chart that alerts you to be on the lookout for a market that is setting up to reverse and trade higher! I’ve highlighted in yellow this exciting candlestick set up in the chart below.
This video goes over the decision of buying and selling options, as well as trading futures.
This video discusses using the board, what it is, how it benefits you, and why you should consider using it.
Brian Cullen, a Senior Market Advisor from Daniels Trading, presents a video about the benefits of using the futures and options markets for farmers.
This video discusses the culture of Daniels Trading, a culture focused on trust.
The Slow Stochastic is an oscillator type indicator that is used to help identify changes in momentum while identifying support and resistance levels. Its basic function is to identify that during periods of price decreases, daily closes tend to accumulate near the lows of the trading range. Conversely, during periods of price increases, closing prices… Read more.
What is a Trend Line? A trend line is an upward or downward sloping line on a chart indicating movements of prices over a period of time, generally occurring after two or more points of resistance or support. You can choose to trade a market based on support “holds”and resistance “setbacks”, or get involved in… Read more.