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How High Can the Markets Go?

How High Can the Markets Go?

We frequently get asked "How High Can the Markets Go?"

The true answer is no one really knows for sure but technical analysis can help determine potential targets.

Once a market reaches its target there's no telling what can happen then.  The prudent thing as a trader is to allow it time to develop new structure.

Is the Market About to Crash?

Is the Market About to Crash?
Yeah, market sentiment can be tricky to try and figure out. One thing I see or hear over and over again are statements that begin with "I feel like..." and you can fill in the blank like:

Price Targets for Oil - $100??

Price Targets for Oil - $100??

Remember last year when Oil (symbol /CL) went under $7 a barrel?  Well if you got long then and stayed long you would have about10x return now...

We hear woulda, shoulda, coulda a lot.

Here are some updated higher time frame upside price targets for Oil.  It's not out of the question to see $100 technically speaking.

Swing Trading Using Only Support/Resistance and Trend

Swing Trading Using Only Support/Resistance and Trend
We often get asked "can I swing trade without knowing more advanced charting techniques like Fibonacci?" And simply stated the answer is yes!

All Time Highs - to trade or not trade webinar

All Time Highs - to trade or not trade webinar

Learn the top strategies for trading all time highs and managing risk.

Many equities and indexes are at or near their tops. Trading all time highs (ATH) can be a risky proposition because there is less historical data available at these levels.

Join ChartPros for this informative and potentially money making/saving webinar to help boost your trading confidence, consistency, and trading results.

Around the Markets - 2 minute outlook for the week of November 15, 2020

Around the Markets - 2 minute outlook for the week of November 15, 2020
2 minute market outlook for the week of November 15, 2020 for /ES, /NQ, /YM, /VX, /GC, and /CL

Introduction to the Volatility Index (VIX) - FREE Webinar Recording

Introduction to the Volatility Index (VIX) - FREE Webinar Recording
The VIX is a real-time market index that represents the market’s expectation of 30-day forward-looking volatility.  Derived from the price inputs of the S&P 500 index options, it provides a measure of market risk and investors’ sentiments.

Market Calm Before the Election Storm... What to Anticipate

Market Calm Before the Election Storm... What to Anticipate
From our past experience, anytime there seems to be uncertainty in the economic climate like there are during election cycles market volatility can often subside and produce what may look like ranging or wedging type scenarios.  The 2020 election is doing just that as observed in the S&P 500 chart.

Advanced Futures Course with Michael Perrigo

Advanced Futures Course with Michael Perrigo

ChartPros launched its latest market education leading course "Advanced Futures".

This course takes traders through advanced strategies and preparations for trading indice futures.  

The course is broken into three sections and will walk traders through step by step some of the most advanced strategies and techniques for day and swing trading.

Traders are going to learn how to identify Fibonacci sequences used by institutional algorithms and how to leverage that knowledge in your trading.

We're also going to provide insights into risk management and how to create "risk free" trade scenarios.

Lastly, we take traders through some trade planning and trade recaps that apply the techniques taught in the course.

Indices Futures Charts and Video Analysis

Indices Futures Charts and Video Analysis

We wanted to do this higher time frame daily futures grid and video for you on ES, NQ, and YM. 

You’ll notice that nothing goes below the daily so not likely to be useful on intraday trades. 

Align Actions to Trading Goals and Focus on Process Rather than Outcome

Align Actions to Trading Goals and Focus on Process Rather than Outcome

Align your actions to your trading goals and focus on the process rather than the outcome.

Trading can be very challenging, that is true. But an analogy we like to use a lot is it’s very similar to learning how to drive a car. 

Read more only if you'd like to learn how to add more consistency and confidence to your trading.