Mid-week Update Video analysis, Jan 17th 2013 (English Language)

Hello all,

last year 2012 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 January 17th, 2013 mid-week update (see below). Mid-week updates features my FibStalker View on Futures, an intermediate and short-term review of the futures contracts I closely monitor: the Dollar Index (DX), Euro FX currency (6E) and S&P500 e-mini (ES).

Mid-Week updates also include trading plans for the Euro cross & SP500 index, a collection of the videos published during the week and, occasionally, my FibStalker View on Stocks (check out my Blog’s STOCKS & ETFs page  a review of some of the high-volume, highly participated selection of stocks I follow, including trading plans and setups.

If you want to see examples of a trading plan published in my Mid-Week Update, refer to the one published on the S&P500 index or the most recent plan on the Euro FX futures published on Jan 2nd, 2013.

Notice that I usually publish this information 8 days later on my Blog. If you want to get the mid-week review as write them, at the end of the post you will find information on how to subscribe my free newsletter.

Hereunder is the companion commentary to my FibStalker View on Futures, dated January the 17th, 2013:

‘As I usually do, I have recorded a brief video in which I reviewed the Dollar Index, the Euro-Dollar and the S&P500. I reviewed each contract on the daily timeframe. The Dollar Index is currently trading a daily extensions short but the targets below current levels were not yet confirmed. The Euro is trading a corresponding daily extension long with support at 1.3257 and targets in the 1.3470-80 (target was just hit a few minutes ago) and then 1.36 area. There is strong resistance at the 1.3510 area. The S&P 500 hit 1472 target but did not correct into the next traditional support, but kept moving laterally and then traded a traditional long with support at the 1458 area and first target at 1477 which was hit today. A second target is at 1487.  Please find the mid-week video review for January 17th, 2013 hereunder:

Notice that I will only post mid-week updates to subscribers of my Newsletter. Register for free here.

I send my free Newsletter on Sundays along with other information. The newsletter typically includes: a weekly review for the Euro-Dollar cross, my FibStalker View on Currencies (see past issues here) focusing on Forex pairs, articles on my trading method, market commentaries and HFT/Program Trading and occasionally my FibStalker View on Stocks (see examples here). Please, register here to receive the free weekly newsletter.

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