Good morning, Traders!
I have my eyes on the Nasdaq 100 E-mini futures market (NQ) as it breaks the inner uptrend line. That means the market could be setting up for a short-term selloff.
But the data also shows that the NQ is establishing a new level of support. If the market can stay above 14900, we can expect the long-term and short-term directions to remain up. But if the market drops below that price point, we can expect a short-term selloff.
We see this very scenario playing out across many futures markets today, so we shouldn’t be too surprised by what’s happening in the NQ. Remember that sell-offs happen. They’re part of how the market moves in waves. We shouldn’t allow these types of market movements to intimidate us!
To better understand what’s happening with the NQ, let’s examine our timeframe charts in preparation for the trading day:
Daily Timeframe Analysis
The NQ is clearly breaking the inner up trendline in the daily timeframe (top grey line). That means the direction of the market could be shifting toward a sell-off. But, it looks like the market is forming a new level of support as well (second-from-top grey line).
If the price within the daily timeframe can stay above the 14900 price point, the overall direction for the market could remain positive. But if we see the price drop below that point, we should prepare for a sell-off.DAILY TIMEFRAME
The direction within the daily timeframe is up for the NQ
The short-term direction of the NQ could be turning bearish
We’re waiting for the NQ to rebound back toward a positive rally
Learn more about the Daily Direction Indicators here…
The NQ is breaking the inner up trendline in the daily timeframe. If it stays above 14900, the short-term direction will remain up. If not, we could see a sell-off
It would be wise to watch the daily timeframe and see which way the price turns within the timeframe chart. That way, we can prepare our strategy accordingly. Of course, this assumes that you follow my trading strategy for futures. If not, none of this will work for you. That’s why it’s important to follow my futures trading strategy as I provide this data!
One-Hour Timeframe Analysis
Our one-hour timeframe also shows signs of a sell-off developing, as the market is dropping away from the bottom of the up channel and settling toward a lower price. This confirms what we see in the daily timeframe.
Our best strategy is to keep an eye on the one-hour timeframe to see how deep of a sell-off we could see. Remember, lower prices aren’t necessarily a bad thing so long as the long-term direction remains up.
The NQ is dropping lower in the one-hour timeframe. We’ll want to keep an eye on this chart to get a better understanding of how we should adjust our buy-in strategy
Once the market finishes selling off, we’ll use the one-hour timeframe to watch for the NQ to rebound back into the buy zone in a bullish rally. That’s when we’ll execute our buy-in strategy and make money! Until that happens, we’ll keep watching our timeframe charts for more information.The Bottom Line
We’re anticipating the possibility of a short-term sell-off in the NQ market. That doesn’t mean we walk away from the market. We simply need to watch our timeframe charts and adjust our strategy accordingly. Lower prices are a good thing so long as the long-term direction for the NQ remains positive.
We’ll keep gathering data from our charts and see what the NQ decides to do. And my strategy will allow us to jump into the NQ the minute it becomes a buy!
We’ll keep our eyes open for when the possibility of a short-term sell-off within the NQ
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