Today is Friday, February 16th, and I wanted to share some insights with you on how to capitalize on price action signals in the market. But before we dive into that, a quick reminder: Monday is a holiday, President’s Day, so consider this a 3-day weekend! If you’re receiving our emails, you might have noticed some promotions and savings we have for President’s Day.


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Now, let’s talk about what’s happening in the market today. I’ve recently added two new signals to our trading arsenal: the Trade Scalper and the Roadmap. The Trade Scalper identified two consecutive long signals, which is always a promising sign.

Additionally, the Roadmap indicated a breakout, with price surpassing previous levels by a few ticks. This presented a great opportunity to enter a long position, with the potential for a quick profit of about six ticks.

So, why did I decide to go long in this scenario? Well, when it comes to analyzing price action, I consider a variety of factors. One key concept is the idea of price testing previous levels. Just as we’ve all heard of double tops and double bottoms, markets often have a tendency to revisit previous highs or lows. In this case, with price breaking above recent highs, it signaled an opportunity to go long.

The combination of signals from the Trade Scalper and the breakout on the Roadmap further strengthened my conviction in this trade.

Now, I can’t predict exactly how high the price will go, but I’m aiming for at least a retest of previous highs. And indeed, within just a few minutes, the market reached my target, resulting in a successful trade. This exemplifies the importance of incorporating multiple indicators and signals into your trading strategy, creating a “perfect storm” of opportunity.

However, it’s essential to exercise caution, especially on Fridays and before a holiday weekend. As the day progresses, market activity tends to slow down, and many traders opt to wrap up their trading early. It’s wise to follow suit and avoid taking unnecessary risks.

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