few weeks ago I started sending mid-week updates to my free Newsletter subscribers in order to provide additional information while thanking followers for support and continued interest in my work. In this post I am providing last week’s mid-week update. Mid-week updates features a long-term and short-term review of the Dollar Index, include trading plans for the Euro cross & SP500 index (include in this sample). If you want to see an example of a trading plan, refer to the one published on the S&P500 index.
Hereunder you can find the comment and video of the Mid-week Update I have sent on November the 28th :
‘I have recorded a brief video in which I reviewed the Dollar Index, the Euro-Dollar and the S&P500. I reviewed each contract in the mid-term timeframe. As weakness in the Dollar is starting again, as anticipated, and the Euro found support in the 1.2670 area we should now see the start of the new leg higher. The behavior of S&P500 price will decide whether we get a move higher or lower, and whether we get a divergence between the Euro and the S&P500 or not Please find the mid-week video review below:
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