Good morning, Traders!
An interesting change could be developing for the E-mini Russell 2000 (RTY). The market looks like it’s about to break the inner uptrend line and push into the sell zone. That means that while the long-term trend is up, the short-term direction is about to turn bearish.
We’ll need a couple of days to confirm the change of direction, but now is a good time to prepare ourselves for the possibility that sellers could take over the RTY.
But this dip shouldn’t worry us too much. This is how the market works. The constant ups and downs are just part of investing. The market trades in waves. When we see a sell-off coming, we wait for the market to recover and use our strategy to find buying opportunities at low prices on the rebound. It really is that simple!
For now, let’s look at the timeframe analysis for the RTY to see what we can expect in the coming days:
Daily Timeframe Analysis
The RTY is clearly breaking the inner uptrend line (blue line) and heading for the sell zone. This means that the sellers could be taking over the market. If it remains below that trendline, we can expect a sell-off to a lower price.DAILY TIMEFRAME
The long-term direction is up for the RTY
The short-term direction of the market could be turning downward for the RTY
We’re preparing for a potential sell-off in the RTY
Learn more about the Daily Direction Indicators here…
The RTY is breaking the daily inner uptrend line (blue line) and heading for the sell zone
While the overall long-term direction for the RTY remains up, we could see the short-term direction turn bearish. But we’ll be prepared for that if it does occur! A bearish drop doesn’t mean we give up and walk away. We just have to remain patient and wait for things to play out.
One-Hour Timeframe Analysis
As we turn to the one-hour timeframe chart, we can see that the RTY has indeed broken through the bottom of the up channel and is heading to a lower price. We’ll want to keep an eye on this development, as it shows the likelihood of sellers taking over the market for the short-term.
The RTY one-hour timeframe shows the market clearly breaking below the inner uptrend line (lower blue line)
Since the one-hour timeframe tells us when we can utilize our entry strategy, we’ll want to monitor the RTY for the next few days to see if this trend holds bearish or breaks back toward a higher price. We’ll know which way this trend will break if we continue to watch our timeframe charts.The Bottom Line
While the long-term direction for the RTY remains up, we could see the short-term direction turn bearish. That means the market, in the short term, could sell off to a lower price as the sellers take over the RTY.
But that doesn’t mean we have to worry! My strategy prepares traders for these sorts of scenarios. All we have to do is focus on our timeframe analysis and watch the trend as it develops.
While the long-term direction for the RTY remains up, we should keep an eye on the short-term
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