$LSE UK Stock market trade of the week $DGE-LON Daigeo. On March 10, we received a 5 time frame Ichimoku Buy email alert on this instrument. Here is the email alert:
The UK market is still going through the “BRIEXIT” so a lot of the instruments are consolidating. We need to make sure we trade an instrument that has a trend on the higher timeframes. Therefore, we will examine the higher time frame before executing a trade setup.
Below is the daily timeframe provided by eSignal.
The green arrows shows when the email was received. Price has been in a bullish trend since Jan. Recently, it has gone through a medium pull back with a resistance of 2293.785. On the day of the email, price has just broken this resistance and there was a high probability of the trend to continue. This was good so we proceeded to the lower time frames.
Below is the 240m time frame.
The email alert was received in the green bullish zone. In the zone, there were black square support so we can place a pull back trade or break out …
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$SP500 Stock Opportunities for this week with multiple time frame setup. Let’s look at some of the multiple time frame opportunity Ichimoku Buy/Sell email alerts going into next week for some opportunities.
Here is a 6 timeframe $Ichimoku Buy/Sell Email alert:
First, let’s look at $FOXA which is bullish. Below is the 60m chart provided by TradingView.
In this chart, the instrument has had two chances to go bearish with the two red zones but never succeeded. Now, a bullish setup zone has occurred with both crosses and dots. We have missed the pull back already but the breakout still exists at 31.14. The initial stop will be the green dots which is at 30.62. Preserve mode will be 31.70. With this breakout the Daily/Monthly will breakout bullish too.
The second instrument is $VMC, Vulcan Materials which is bearish. Below is the 60m chart:
On the 60m which has a bearish setup zone, it has crosses and dots but the pull back never occurred. We have to look for a breakout trade. On the chart, we have marked everything off and it does not fit our money …
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NTRS SP500 6 Timeframe Ichimoku Email Alert for the week ending Mar 17. On Mar 13, we received a 6 time frame Ichimoku Multiple time frame email alert at www.ichimokutrade.com. Here is the email alert:
Based on the 3 Step Trading Plan published earlier. (https://www.ichimokutrade.com/c/?p=10431), we looked at a iMTF Bullish Pull Back Trade on a 120m time frame provided by eSignal. Here is the chart setup:
There is a D/120/60/30 iMTF Support@88.80, which is also our entry. Initial stop is 88.42. Our target will be the pivot High @ 90.21. Now, the reward risk ratio was a 3:1, hence we decide to take the trade as it did fit our trade plan. The trade has been triggered on the 14 Mar and was took profit on Mar 15.
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Futures Trade of the Week : $CC Cocoa Futures Great Reverse Trade. On March 10, we received a received a 6 time Ichimoku Sell email alert. Here is the email alert:
Notice, all the time frame had a strategy 2 which indicates a trend continuation on all timeframes. This is not good. You need at least one time frame to have a strategy 4 for a trend to occur. This indicated that this instrument could possible reverse but it needs to be support with chart actions.
Below is the 240m time frame fro the instrument provided by Tradestation
The blue arrow shows when the email alert was received. It clearly shows we have a “triple” bottom with no black crosses as a resistance. Without the black crosses resistances, this was indicating it could possible reverse. As a result, we are going to a lower time frame to look for a bullish setup. We are going to 30m because that is the lowest day trading time frame we trade. When things reverse, it will go from lower to higher.
Here is the 30m:
The blue arrow shows …
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$ASX Australia market trade of the week $APA Group. We received a 5 time frame Ichimoku buy email alert on March 13, 2017. Here is the email alert:
APA-ASX had a setup on 10m,120m,240m, and Daily. Notice, there was no setup on the 30m and 60m. This typically indicates that the instrument is consolidation. As a result, we are going to look at the 240m for trade entry with low risk.
Below is the 240m chart provided by eSignal
The chart shows a bullish green zone with black squares. These are the two requirements needed in order to setup for a trade. The entry would be 8.54, initial stop of 8.46, and a preserve mode of 8.82. This would give us a 3:1 reward/risk.
Here is the daily timeframe.
All our basic requirements were met so let’s make some observations. In the past, the last failure was a bullish setup. Even though it failed, it still held the black squares in the end, It was a volatility spike that caused the failure. With our advance Ichimoku rules (taught in 1 month mentoring), we know that …
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$Nifty / $Sensex Indian stock market trade of the week $TATACOMM. The trade of the week is $TATACOMM Tata Communication which had an Ichimoku 5 time frame buy email alert on March 10. Here is the email alert:
The highest time frame that had a strategy was the 240m. Therefore, we will first look for a setup on the 240m. Here is the 240m chart provided by TradingView:
The Blue arrow shows when the email alert was received. First, we are looking to trade only a timeframe that has a setup i.e. shaded area. Green means it is a bullish setup. Red means it is a bearish setup. Here, we had a bullish setup area which met our requirements. Second, we are looking for black crosses which means we can place a pull back trade. If not, we can only place a breakout trade at the blue dots above price in the green shaded area. We had black cross so our criteria was met.
If you look when at the arrow, you will notice that price already got to the black crosses and even penetrated it once. …
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Everyone is short $EURUSD, Why? Clear signs it is bullish!
Everyone seems to be long dollar and they are targeting $EURUSD to go down to 1.000. Why? Fundamentally, it may be the case but technically, there is NO signs of this at all. Technical analysis shows the actions people are taking.
Let’s go through the charts and explain why the charts look bullish. Below is the monthly chart with the $IMTF™ indicator in TradingView.
The chart is a zoomed out view. We wanted to illustrate the long term support/resistance from the past that are influencing price action today! If you look all the way back to 2003 (far right) and look at the two horizontal lines, you will see a black cross 1.0754. This is acting as a major resistance right and the top of the current consolidation pattern.
Below is the zoomed IN view of the monthly chart.
In the chart, there is a black cross at 1.0509 which we specified with a horizontal line. It marks off the bottom of the consolidation pattern. These black crosses are stopping price from going down. Since support has …
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