Emini Plays Again at the Highs Nov 18

Nov 18, 2016: 1:00 PM CST

Will it – or won’t it – break through to new highs?  Or will we see a logical pullback?

Here’s today’s updated Emini (@ES) trading levels for your trades:

We have a new Fibonacci Grid for the moment that will remain active IF price does retrace from the high.

Note the build-up of negative momentum and internal divergences which suggest a pullback (retracement) is more likely than an outright breakout.

However, we’re traders and will thus structure our short-term plans to trade the immediate departure from 2,190.

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2 Comments

2 Responses to “Emini Plays Again at the Highs Nov 18”

  1. Intelligent Trend Follower Says:

    Thanks for another market update. Looking at the weekly closing prices, I’m seeing a lot of appealing bullish candles. It will be very interesting to see price action on the follow-through. We could get a squeeze with holiday-shortened low-volume trading this week.

  2. Rizwan Says:

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