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 Archived September 2004 Key Trades

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September 16th Monday 2004

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Chart by QCharts

The chart doesn't show it but from 0930am to about 1042am est was a very strong uptrend in ER2 Russell 2000 along with the other emini futures.

Also, after such a strong uptrend...its normal to be looking for reversal signals or continuation signals.

With that said...I got no reversal signal and I was now looking for a continuation signal and got one via one of my custom Japanese Candlestick patterns.

A pattern not discussed in in-depth details in any candlestick book nor website except for fee-based clients of TheStrategyLab.com

However, I will give some big hints:

Dark Hammer line, Harami position and decreasing volume.

the White Shooting Star is one of my favorite short signals among Japanese Candlestick patterns.

The trading plan for it involves 3 different type of White Shooting Stars.

This particular type requires a delay entry after the actual short signal.

My entry error was that I enter too soon and when I got an actual confirmation to entry (5mins later)...I took the opportunity to add to the position at a higher price to compensate for the earlier mistake.

Long Entry @ 573.30

Japanese Candlestick patterns combined with price volume analysis is a competitive edge

The key aspect for the trading plan for this Bullish Dark Hammer pattern is that there's a very tight initial stop due to the usual entry location.

Other than that...after the entry...I exploited the supply and demand via WRB candlesticks as each profit target was reached.

Actually, this was a slow developing and boring trade as I stuck to the trading plan.

Initial stop was threaten but after that...trailing stops was never in any danger of being picked off. 

Exited @ 573.80, 574.10, 574.40 and 575.10

Trade Signal Source: Intraday Market Tendencies Report

Overall Trade Performance:

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Archived Past Key Trades

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