Below was the emailed update that went out to the Market Dimension Advisory subscribers. If you would like to have these updates sent to your inbox in real-time sign up for your FREE Subscription to the MDA trading community. These are quick snap shots of trading setups I see on a daily basis. I have trading signals on all markets and all time frames based on your risk/reward parameters. To learn more contact me directly
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 Dimension 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.
This update is covering the MDA Snap Shot trade that took place in the E-mini S&P today 12/17/15. These trade notifications were sent out via email to my subscribers of the newsletter. If you would like to follow along with this service please sign up for FREE.
I have 2 potential sell zones on the E-mini S&P.
The MDA Snap Shot was able to participate in a bullish move in the E-Mini S&P. We had signals to buy the ES on 12/14/15 @ 2006.50 and then on 12/15/16 @ 2041.50. Today, we exited these positions just after the Fed announcement @ 2055.00. Below you will see the life and thought process going into these trades for your reference and the complete trade recaps. You can also review these updates within the MDA archives.
I have provided 2 snap shot opportunities on the 30 Min ES chart in the past 24 hours. These were e-mailed to subscribers of the Market Dimensions Advisory newsletter. For those who are familiar with my methodology, you understand that there have been actually 4 entry opportunities on the ES 30 minute Chart. We have been fortunate in being able to position ourselves on the right side of the ES market to take advantage of this bullish move in the last 24 hours leading up to the Fed Meeting.
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