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7 Minute S&P Trade +$1,187 | Steve’s Futures Pulse 160


Hey, what’s up futures warriors. It’s Happy Wednesday. And happy indeed, another green day today. We’re keeping it green this week. We found a nice opportunity in the E-Mini S&P and in just seven minutes in the market, we captured 1187. We put on a long breakout mode trade based in market profile at 8:25 AM Chicago time, that’s five minutes before the stock exchange opened up. Remember, as Futures traders, we can position nearly 24 hours a day when we see technical setups, that’s a big benefit of futures trading.

We covered the trade just seven minutes later. At 8:32, we grabbed 1187, and guess what? I am done for the day. One problem. What am I supposed to do the rest of the day? Ah, I’ll figure it out. In the meantime, watch today’s futures polls because I recorded all the action live as they called out the trade and participated in it. Hope you learn, and I look forward to meeting you at the back of the market soon. Trade well.

Indeed, it is a happy Wednesday. We’re looking for some opportunities here today. This is crude oil. Still down a dollar. You can see overnight bearish on the market profile. Technical is riding again those re breaks down below, that demand zone, time and time again. See a green line breakdown here, breakdown here, here, here. All of that means we’re going to continue to trade in the bear camp. No bullish inclinations until very recently here since the market has moved back above 5196.

Broke above that top red supply area, you could see 5240, it comes up about another 20 cents. We’re going to be breaking into this open territory here, but then you’re going to see some steep volume up above. About a dollar higher, we’re going to start to see the market get some pretty heavy pressure where that original breakdown actually occurred yesterday. Yesterday morning, remember there was a breakdown trade on the crude.

So this is the little pocket here that we’re going to watch on crude oil. We’ll come back to that here in just a moment. Let’s take a look at gold. Gold’s already in breakdown mode. Short side is the place to be. Longer term timeframe 30 minute chart actually is fairly attractive for a possible short sale. We’re looking again to leverage this area, this open space here. If I outline our market map, okay, we’re looking for these voids and volumes.

See how it goes way in there? Again, it’s kind of like a little trough, a little sideways face and trough there. We want to keep an eye in there. We are bearish on both the 10 and the 30, so we’re looking at possible up siding S&P, possible short sale in the gold. Let’s take a look at the bonds before we make our decision here. Today, bonds are in breakdown mode on the 30, sitting right on that shelf of volume right here though. So it’s got to break through that before it’s going to capture my attention.

Let’s move over into the industrial metal. Copper. I know we’re going fast, but we’ve got our first decisions to make of the day. Tends to be my fastest cycle through the market in the early going, and then we slow things down a little bit the rest of the way as we get underway with maybe a position or two. This is Australian dollar in the bear camp. The 10 minute neutral on the 30. Here’s the British pound, bullish on both, but recently back inside the balance area. Thing I don’t like about the British pound and the new law is look we’re down below all that congestion.

So we’re always paying attention to where the market is relative to those high volume aggregation zones. If they’re above, its resistance, below, it’s support. So we want that to be in line with our position. Here you go. The Canadian dollar could be a buying opportunity, especially if we break above that 7530 area right up in here. You can see again, and you see how you can see with your market profile indicators. Here, the market is moving into that zone of a little pocket of volume fall off. That’ll time and time again give us that fast and vertical market we’re looking for.

Here you go. Break down in the Japanese Yen. We’re sitting right on this master point of control. That’s that yellow line you see in the background. Not the yellow line I’m drawing, but the one that you see static back here, that’s the highest volume price. So if you draw an invisible line over here to the right, that price right there as the most popular kid in class. Market will tend to gravitate to that area. Moves sideways when it does, but when it breaks away from it, that’s where your breakout opportunity comes into play.

Here’s the Swiss next one up on the list in breakdown mode. Bearish too far away to chase so we won’t. Let’s go look at the grains. Corn up a penny and a half. You can see the… Actually it was a nice trade. Early bird gets the worm this morning. 5:50 AM Chicago, nice little breakout mode trade above that 425 and a quarter area book at boom, boom, boom, boom. Good for about four and a half cents there. Nice little breakout tray, but we’re back inside the balance area.

So those of you that are new sitting in with us here today, remember how this works. Above the red line means we’re breaking out bullish, below the bottom green line, that’s below the balance area, below the value area, we want to trade bearish. Let’s take a look at the wheat and then we’ll look at beans. Quick little stop with the cattle, then we’re right back at the index products. Because this is a messy… I call this the blob.

When you see this TAS market map have a whole lot or red there across a wide range of prices vertically, we know that that the market can move very readily through those areas. It can be a difficult place to trade. Look at the 30 minute chart on the wheat though. Down below here, if the market penetrates just a bit further down below, we’ve got a good chance again, especially if we get into this 515 zone, to feel good about the short side if we get down there.

Let’s look at the soy beans, up two and a quarter. Look at this big breakout here. What a beautiful break on this thing. But again, you had to be up early this morning. In fact, so early it was 3:50 AM. Don’t blame these nearly 24 hour futures markets and be frustrated that you maybe can’t trade on every single scenario. But technically, beautiful setup. We’ll get brake, pull back, nice little inflection point down here to actually even edit the position.

We talk about breakout, get long. If it pulls back towards that bottom green demands, those are good places to add for a fraction of the risk. And then boom, handsomely rewarded for trading in the right direction. How do we know it was the right direction? That’s the big thing. Look, exhaustion warning down on our navigator here. Those of you that got your TAS market profile indicators know exactly what I’m talking about.

When you see those, and you go put your cursor over here, and you could see we’re minus 40. Look at the scale. If you look over here, if I put my cursor here, it says minus 40. Here’s where it says navigator in my data window. So if you watch that right there, and I’ll watch it, put it right here. Look at minus 39, which is almost minus 40. Minus 40 means oversold. So when we’re oversold, and we see the exhaustion warning, pink, magenta, color warning bars, what do we not want to do?

Do you want to be a seller in a new short position in an oversold, exhausted to the downside market? No, no, no, no. We’re looking for our bullish directional bias, and then combo that with the close above there. Again, 3:50 AM, you guys are going to need to stop sleeping. A nice little breakout mode opportunity. This is not an insignificant trade. You can see it’s already good for seven, eight cents to the upside. Nice way to start the morning for the insomniac trader.

Let’s go take a look at cattle here. Here’s August cattle up 77 points here. A lot of space down below here, but the market needs to work its way back down below, and we’re not there yet on either the 10 or the 30. Lean hogs, another one here on the meats. Disconnect between the 10 and the 30, so we’ll keep marching right back to the E-Mini S&P. Here ago, E-Mini S&P, let’s see what’s cooking. We’re right above that 2882 mark. Get ready, this is when I start to talk fast because opportunities are fast.

And we’re starting to break above. You can see that top of the box right here as well. [inaudible 00:07:44] we’ve exhausted here on the 30, we’re exhausted here on the 10, we’re above the 82 mark. The one little area we got to work through and hopefully the market’s got enough [ooh 00:07:53] to get there, is you got to get above that. You can see right up here, 2886 marketing. I’m getting a little congestion here on this one.

I want to take one more pit stop here and take a look at gold, because those are the two trades I’m looking at here today. Gold is a nice little sell off opportunity here as well. Look at the space here. Even a fall off in volume here, a little trough on the market map, but you still got some room for this market to navigate down here about $4 moments. Moments, it was a little bit better priced. Were had it at about 1337, about a dollar higher.

I’m going to just wait to see if this market maybe pulls back up, just a tab, but we may be looking for a nice little short sale up here called about 1337. 1337 half would be even a little bit better, thinking about it, putting a stop up here. But we also may just put a stop right here at 1340 and a half. We’ve got a little lower risk entry to the trade about $300 if we do so. So keep an eye on this zone right here at. 1337 half right here. Stop on this one. 1340 half rate there, $3 risk on the trade, $300 risk per contract if we get those specifications.

Let’s go take a look at the E-Mini S&P here now. Again, this market again, hovering above that 2882 mark ever so slightly here. On this congestion down below. Here’s really where we’d like to be down below. I’m going to see where the technical low is down here, so we can first consider that as our stop. Now remember, I call my initial stop more of an apocalypse prevention plan. So for those of you that are calculating risk, it can be a little skewed and misconstrued if you calculate our risk reward based upon my initial risks, because that really is again, given my high win rate, nearly 75% of my trades are winners statistically.

So I do hit a very high win rate on my trades, and my apocalypse prevention plan oftentimes has the widest stop because it’s really designed to do just that, prevent the worst case scenario from happening. But I always still like to have stops no matter what. The goal is we’re quickly able to move our stop right away. This one right here below comes in 75 and a quarter. You need to put down 74 and three quarters.

74 and three quarters got to be maybe a little too much risk on this one at seven points 350. We can put it in there just initially. And it’s okay to do that, by the way, especially if you’ve got your eye on another area, which for me is going to be just a smidge down below our… you can see right here, 2879 so actually… I’m sorry, 2878 and a half because I want to look at the 30 minute as well. Misspoke there, okay?

So, let’s, pay attention here. We’ve got the market just hovering just a little bit above that 2882. The battle this market needs to win and if it does, we’re going to be very handsomely rewarded as it’s highly probable the market will make a run back to that 2,900 mark. If we can get break in through this area, 2886 is going to be a key milestone for us to break through on that E-Mini S&P.

So here we go. Time to get to work on E-Mini S&P. I’m going to show you what to do. You can hit the buy button on your June contract, that symbol, ESM9, I’ll type it here in the check room. ESM9, bingo. I’m going to work that first initial wide stop, but I do have intent to move that thing up a nice hefty four points very quickly thereafter. Stuff’s going to be 2874 and three quarters. 2874 and three quarters. My entry point on the trade here, 82 and three quarters. Long at 2882 and three quarters, there it is.

So 84 and three quarters right here is going to be our eight points. So you’re going to put the stop right here. It’s the why does it needs to be? But we’re going to be pulling this thing up when we get a little price push higher. We’re already starting to get that price push, there it goes, 83 and a half. We’re off to the races here. I’ve got six units on this one up about $200 on the trade. I’ll type it up for those of you want to see it here as well. Brett’s on alongside here. A little better price than me. He got 82 and a half, who’s also along with me in the chat room.

Got my auctioneer voice, or my race track voice today, for whatever reason. So 84 and three quarters. Make sure you get your stops in there for your commensurate lot sizing. That’s going to put you down below that technical low. Remember, there’s some alternate places you could consider putting the stop. And I talked a little bit about this on my YouTube comments. Recently on the recent video, someone says, “Hey, that’s a lot of risk on the crude.” I say, “Hey you, trade the QM, you’ll reduce it in half, or pick a different stop loss location. That’s a good way to reduce risks.”

The goal, remember the goal is not to mere trade me. In fact, as you know here at Warrior Trading, we don’t advocate that. In fact, we discourage that everybody in here come in here and say, “I have to trade exactly how Steve does, the size he does and go open accounts like he does.” Nope. You’re learning strategy, you’re learning how to recognize chart patterns, then you’re adapting the trade using stop losses, lot sizing and contract selection.

All of those are risk management tools for you. Three different ways that you could mitigate risk. So when you’re looking at a trade like this, eight points risk, that’s $400 per contract. Remember, per single unit, I’ve got six, that’s $2,400 worth of risk. If you don’t want that risk, couple things you can do. I’m talking you through your options. Take your stop and consider putting it up here. Bingo. You just took 150 out of that $400 of risk out of the equation. You just again, wiped away a bunch of the risks.

You want to come up a little higher? Down below 79 right here? You got 28 half, that’s another place. So that’s using risk mitigation by your stop loss. So you do not have to exactly mirror-trade me. I’m just telling you what I’m doing. That’s it. I’m an example. I’m a Guinea pig for learning, if you will. So choosing those different levels, you can even put a stop member inside here amongst the three levels, the blue, the red, the blue, the green line. You can put the stop at a different location based on those levels too.

All of these are valid ways to mitigate risks, taking the same long entry. Market’s looking good, we’re up almost a full point here already, up to 25 on the trade on my six units up $300 on the trade. I’m going to be very eager to see if we get the break above this 2886 mark, which is right up here. If we can clear that, look at all we open up over here. That’s where we want to be. Want to run into that mid 2890 area? That’d be a beautiful thing. This smile right here is going to get nice and big if we get there.

Here we go. (singing). There we go. 2884, we’re breaking to the upside. You can see it here. Now we’re going to get some congestion. A little bit of pushback, right? Some resistance. As we approach, you can see here, 2886. That’s in line with what we see over here on the 30 minute. You see how we’re looking? 10 and 30, these are key areas that we’re expecting the market to just give us some pushback. So when we do, don’t be surprised.

For those are you looking for a scalp trade, you’re going to look for a some profit taking up here. We’re on 84 and three quarters. I’ll draw a line here, right there, and that’s where you’ll grab your two points. You’ll grab $100 a contract there, two points higher. Again, that’s for you scalp traders, 84 and three quarters. Buckle up traders. It’s about ready to rock and roll here. It’s 830, they just rang the bell out in New York City. Anything can happen here. Remember, this is a volatile market, an exciting market.

The market over here is your “real time”. 2885 market’s coming back from its technical lows. Here we go. 2886 and a quarter. We’re up $1,500 on my six units right now. There we go. Off to the races we go. (singing). I just sold out five units, got my runner still in play. I’ll tell you where I sold that one out in just a moment. Bingo. Bingo. 87 and a half, 87 and a half allowed me to close out 1187 and some change on five units. Still got my single runner in play. What’s nice about this, I get to pull my stop up right here. I’m going to put it just outside that technical low that we see right here.

This part comes in at technical low 83 and three quarters, which worked out nice because I get to put my stop perfectly at break even. Isn’t that a beautiful thing? Yes it is. Say yes, it’s a beautiful thing, Steve. We’ve closed down 1187 on five units in the S&P, and we have adjusted our stock to break even because if it works out, we’re just down below that technical low. That price bar being very aggressive here today, given the market volatility on the trade. You should do the same if you’re trading.

So just like that, this is what trading is. We positioned ourself technically in the market and if this thing comes back down, we’re going to get stopped out in that last unit at break even. No harm, no foul. But we grabbed profits on five units, and that’s a beautiful thing. I’m not complaining. I guess I could complain, but no one would really listen to me. I’ve worked for… I don’t know what, about 30 minutes? Less than 30 minutes. A little less than 30 minutes.

I’m grabbing four and three quarters points, almost five points a contract just like that on the open. But this was a technical breakout trade here. I know things get ramped up here around the opening for stocks. As futures traders, remember we’re able to trade this market, start to prepare technically nearly 24 hours a day. As we did our scans, we saw big movers in the grain markets at 3:00 AM in the morning when the rest of the world really can’t do much. In the stock world, you got about one third of the day you can trade in stocks. Futures, nearly 24 hours. That is a beautiful thing. All in favor? I.

I love futures. Yes, I do. I love futures. How about you? Okay. I’m stopped out. I’m flat. And the E-Mini S&P, 1187, there’s my money today. Thank you for joining me. We traded approximately about 2021 minutes today by my count. Actually, a little less than that. I went live for about 21 minutes here, so the actual trade itself… Let’s go take a look here. I’m going to take a peek at entries into the trade, and it actually was much less. So I am totally mistaken on that. Basically seven minutes. Seven minutes was total time risk in the market from 8:25, and then we exited 8:32 AM Chicago time. So seven minutes of risk, obviously 21 minutes of analysis, $1,187.50.

What am I going to do with the rest of my day? That’s the tough part. What do we do? Hey Bo. Bo made 225 a contract on a green day. Who else made some money today? Post it in the chat. You should have if you were paying attention, if you followed the yellow arrow. We’re going to make that a top 40 hit if it’s the last thing I do. Well, I hope I do a few other things before I go here on planet earth, but that’ll be one of them. It finally made it. Fall over yellow arrow. Top 40 number one hit.

Karen made 850. Nice. How does that feel, Karen? Good. Empowered with the information, empowered with the knowledge, empowered with TAS market profile. You can see the opportunity before everybody else does. You can see the why behind the trade. You take all those subjective feelings in those gut instincts and those guessing games that go on. And sadly, so many retail stock traders do this. We see retail stock traders constantly, those that are unguided, those that are not following Ross, that are not following Mike, that are not following the team and getting some guidance, they’re out there guessing. They’re flipping coins, they’re taking darts at dark boards.

I heard you know that… the I heard game. You don’t know what’s going on in those board rooms, do you? No. Robert made 562. Nice. 850 for Karen, 225 for Bog. And all these things are going to be dictated by lot sizing and your specific entry into the trade. Some of you got a little bit better price than me, because you’re quick on the trigger. The moment I start talking about a little bit about maybe a market I have an interest to act on, some of you are a quick on the trigger. Kudos to you.

[inaudible 00:20:57] take a peak here. Let’s show you the edge here, so you can see what that looks like. Now remember this gives us what’s called market internals. This is called the edge, and this tracks the changing of the tide between… 1% of the stocks in the S&P 500 are bullish or bearish or neutral. So here’s basically the chip count, I like to call it. It’s like a poker game between the Bulls and the bears. And here’s the chip count. And you can see it change, because when we got into this trade, it was back over here.

You could see the bulls are about 19%, but then as we got into our trade, boom, boom, boom, it started climbing. The green line starts climbing up, climbs up in number of stocks that move bullish on a five minute time horizon. So imagine 500 screens. Each one has a stock in the S&P 500, and it’s looking at your market profile levels. These three simple lines compliments a TAS market profile. And it’s saying, is that bullish? Is a bearish? Is it neutral, and it gives you this information at a five second refresh rate, five second refresh rate, which is powerful information because what it allows you to do as you get to start to see… I had this off screen so you couldn’t see it earlier, but you get to see the mounting bowls basically gather up their number of warriors.

It’s gathering up warriors, and it’s fact, it’s recruiting them from the bear side. Hey, it’s recruiting more onto the bull camp, and as you see it against a simple line output… and that’s why I love this tool, the edge. And you could see it migrating higher, and then you start to see what once was the lion’s share here start to see it go here. Now it’s 202 stocks, equating to over 40% of the stocks are bullish. Now this might continue to go up. In such case, you’ll see a resurgence to the upside in the bowls, or it may flip a u-turn. You may see the bears take back over, and that’d be at the red line here decides to head higher.

And if so, you’re going to get a nice early cue. Notice how the big edge, thus the name, comes in getting an early kind of warning, being able to see the tide change before it rolls on in, because then you got a few minutes. You know you might three minutes, four minutes, five minutes, sometimes 10 minutes, but you’ve got time to act. Then you see it be realized. And that’s where “the edge is,” being able to position yourself, not reactionary, but you’re positioning yourself in advance technically, of pretty much what everybody else sees.

Now remember, your typical E-Mini S&P trader… and this is always been this way, and thank goodness it is because we needed people on the other side of those trades. They just sit and they watch “price action”. I’m a price action trader. What the heck does that mean? There’s no edge. There’s no predisposition to put your thing. If you’re chasing what has already a Kodak moment, snap in the market. That’s priced action. Snap, snap, snap. See how that changes every time? Reacting to snap, snap, snap, snap, snap is reactionary to price action. Something that’s already come, gone. It’s not forward looking, it’s not a technical outlook of what the horizon may bear. It doesn’t really have any probabilities behind it. It’s just, “Hey, I’m long at… probably right about that last price action.” No edge there.

So be careful. It always pains me when I’m sitting at the airport, and I’m trading, got my laptop out waiting for my flight or whatever. Someone looks over my shoulder and say, “Oh, what’s that? What do you trade?” Blah, blah, blah. I tell them. And I say, “Oh, what do you trade?” And then we have a trading discussion, I say, “How do you trade?”, “Oh I just trade price action.” I just trade price action. Oh my God. Sadly, sadly, sadly, I probably could set up shop.

If I set up a little La Kiosk, right, A TAS Kiosk, a trading kiosk, it’d probably be a good place to pick up customers, because you wouldn’t… probably 90%, nine out of 10 people I’ve talked to about trading that I encounter say, “I just trade price action. I chase the price action.” Kills me, kills me. Remember, they’re not seeing this volume breakout, because remember volume here, that’s better than price action, let me tell you that.

But we’re flipping it sideways, so we can see these areas where the market is breaking out of this congestion. See how we can clearly see that? We can clearly see that as we did earlier. If you don’t trade market profile, if you don’t got tools to help you see market profile, you don’t see it happen. And the best thing I could do, my favorite thing to do is I like to go like this. So here’s your side by side 10 minute chart here of E-Mini S&P. Same exact chart. On the left and right, the difference is, here’s the volume.

Notice how this doesn’t give you any cues, any levels, any… you can’t see when and where and why the market is about ready to break higher. They’re not. Over here, you could see this is the area. Look at your TAS market map. You can see your breaking above it, and that’s why we triggered the trade. Remember back here, right here where I circled, that’s why we trigger the trade at 2882 and three quarters, and we ended up covering that thing up here for almost five points right up in there. That’s why we did the trading. You can see why because time and time again, and this is a fact, you watch when the market moves into these areas where the volume falls off like it does there, it picks up steam, and it moves fast and vertically in that direction.

This is why I like to consider myself a market profile methodology, day trade breakout mode trader. That’s really what I am. That’s a mouthful, I know. But the methodology is based in market profile, an awareness of knowing where volume is and isn’t. Remember volume by itself over here, if you just look at it just like it is default on every platform, it doesn’t tell you at what prices all that volume is occurring. It only tells you like see this big price bar right here, or our volume bar down here, all it tells you is that on that bar, there was a lot of liquidity. A lot of people bought and sold it.

But notice, it doesn’t tell you explicitly where most of that volume is occurring. Meanwhile, in market profile, we can see that. So this updates, and we’re able to see where all that activity is occurring. All right. You get the idea. So I like to say it’s like this, trading with market profile is being able to see where opportunities are lurking. When the market’s going to move fast, when it’s going to move vertically and in what directional bias with high probabilities. Not certainties, but probabilities. And that’s all we’re looking for in trading.

Never, ever has there been or will there be a certain 100% guaranteed set up. I wish I had one for you. If you have one and you know one, I’ll give you my personal cell phone. You could tell me all about it. Doesn’t exist. But what does exist is probabilities and reoccurring patterns. This is one of them now. Those of you still in the long side of this S&P, this thing could still make a run up here, told you about that 28 mid 90 area, so you could still have other ways to go, and kudos for you. I’m out of this trade relative to my amount of screen time. Pretty Happy Camper here today, and we’ll see how it goes.

Let’s take a look at the gold here. I want to revisit that one. You can see that market continues to break down below and stay down below. You can see market is down here. Those of you pursuing the short side of the gold should be doing well. Wish I was with you of course, with some hindsight, but this initial one on the 10 minute charts started back here. Now let me back out a little bit. I want you just just to be able to see the difference here.

So here’s the 10 minute chart and get… here you go. Bullish, bullish, bullish, back in balance, bullish, bullish, back in balance, bullish. Sounds like a little jingle, right? Look where this thing started. About the 1331 level. It ran all the way up to 42 and beyond. That’s over $1,000 trade, and that didn’t stop at… You could see yesterday late night about dinner… not dinner time. The news time, evening news time.

And again the most important thing when you’re above the red line or TAS boxes, the first decision is no longer should you be thinking about anything bearish at that time. You have eliminated one side of the market. You’re only focus is on being a bull, looking for a bullish opportunity. That’s it. When we come into balance as we do right here, hey, that’s normal. Markets go in and out of balance all day long. Your job is not to necessarily get out of the trade. You can. You can scale out of a portion of your trade on that first closing side there, but you’re definitely moving that stop up behind here, behind the levels. That’s what you’re doing.

Now what happens back here? I talked a little bit about this early this morning for 10:00 AM, the 10 minute chart on gold starts to break down that key bottom demands on again, that’s that green line and an explicit level at 1340 and a half. It’s this level… Oops. Right there. That green one. Now, what do we do when the market closes down below there? We’re no longer thinking about long positions. You look at your navigate, you see that you’re way up here. In fact you got way up [inaudible 00:29:52] plus 57? That’s way over bought.

We don’t want to be chasing a new long entry after the market is way over bought, compliments a navigator, exhaustion warning. That’s those pink, magenta color warning bars here. Instead, our next opportunity we know, is going to be on the short side here, and we do just that. Now I want to bring note… bring to your attention this. Short, look what happens. Market goes up. This is normal. They don’t call it winning, they call it trading, which means when you get into that short position on this short position in gold, you have to take a little heat, which means you’re losing money in true trade.

But your stops, again, if you follow some of the rules of engagement I teach here, putting it above the technical high, putting it across the highway, which just means putting it across all three levels, you will weather that natural and normal post entry volatility. There it goes, and then you get the break. Now we go sideways. Now remember, when we go sideways in the value, you’re just trailing the stock down. Give a little buffer outside the level here, and then you get a rebreak down below and here you are, you’re trailing again. You see how this works? That’s it.

You guys have been awesome. I hope you guys got some fantastic and fun things planned for the rest of today. Another green day. We’re keeping it green this week. Let’s keep it green all week. Hey, let’s keep it green the rest of the month. Who says so? I think so. Let’s do it. Hey, let’s keep it green the rest of the summer and the rest of the year. Okay, now we’re getting a little out of control here, okay?

We’ll meet you back in the markets again next time. Until then, you know what to do, trade well and be well, everyone. So long. I told you there’s always a valuable trading lesson inside these videos, and that’s why now’s the time to subscribe, so you keep getting alerts every time I post a new video, as well as the other Warrior Trading mentors. Until the next video, happy learning.