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Imagine pulling up a chart, anywhere, anytime. Not a smart phone chart - A Real Chart!
You're standing in line at the grocer and trading off the back of the chap in front of you.
Speaking of charts lets take a look at today's Emini action -
As we noted on last night's post, our bias was short coming into the day. On the Globex session price came within .25 of our 1101/1102 zone. Price rallied all morning and briefly traded above our next higher zone of 1107/1108. The probe higher failed and we were offered our first short entry at 1107.50 as price pulled back to the 21ema. The first red arrow is above the Twin Tower pattern. Price traded below our ema all the way back to the 1101/1102 zone. The market then bounced 3 points to close the session at 1104. Our Bias indicator remained bearish into the close but we will watch closely for signs of a reversal on the overnight session.
As a reminder, tomorrow is Fed day so be careful out there.
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