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Trading By The Boole - Part VI

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0=1854 H=1854 L=1834 C=1841

Figure 68 0905. I was filled on my Bean Oil trade at the open. My stop was under yesterdays low.

The market moved up, then gapped limit up, followed by another gap up.

i moved my stop to below the low of the day following the limit move, and 1 was out of the market on the blowoff day, waiting for prices to correct.



Trading By The Bool< - Part VI

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d 74 ZD= 74 D=0921 0=5953

H=5964 L=5341 C=5954

Figure 69 0921. My next opportunity to trade the Swiss Franc started when the weekly oscillator turned up. The daily oscillator had reached overbought and was flat. I tried to buy a breakout of the high of the day, and was filled the next day. After nny fill, prices closed much lower on the day.

I placed a protective stop at the low of the day I was filled and was uncomfortable about the trade until the next day, when prices made a 163 point move up. I was tickled pink.

I moved my stop to the low of gap day, and the next two days prices moved on up some more. Ive shown where I was stopped out on 0928.



Trading By The Book - Part V!

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Figure 70 0927. Crude Oil prices closed outside of the envelope for the first time in months. The weekly oscillator was flat to rising at the time, and the daily oscillator had just entered overbought. Crude had just been in a 17 day sideways range within the envelope shown on the chart. I was filled that day at 1851.

Ive shown where I was stopped out for a modest gain.

This was my last Crude Oil trade for the year. Prices then formed an envelope that lasted into December, at which time I wasnt trading.

Ive shown the trading range in Figure 71.



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