Sunday Night Homework – Jan 2, 2011

Sunday Night Homework – Jan 2, 2011

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Today, I asked for assistance on Twitter to get feedback for a new website to make the information more accessible and useful for followers without the time commitment required of me now. One of the requests made is for a homework session on Sunday nights. I thought this was a good idea and will give it some thought. I think it would be useful for followers and for me to do this session where I just go through what I’m looking at without answering questions or having a discussion.

However, in the meantime, I will make an effort to post my latest ES Composite chart and 15-minute Intraday ES chart on Sundays (if time allows). I think this will be useful. I will update the composite in the blog if the look-back period changes as well.

Here are this Sunday’s charts:

<img” title=”FT71-1-2-2011-0000″ src=”https://futurestrader71.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/FT711220110000_thumb.png” alt=”FT71-1-2-2011-0000″ width=”604″ height=”454″ border=”0″ /> ES Composite as of today

https://futurestrader71.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/FT711220110001_thumb.png ES Intraday 15-minute chart with areas of interest highlighted

Good luck!

3 Comments
  • banglacow
    Posted at 18:14h, 03 January Reply

    Immense value

  • coolmoss
    Posted at 11:45h, 05 January Reply

    I've been studying these charts and see that a number of the gray zones on the 15 minute chart labeled as area of interest don't particularly match up with HVN's or LVN's from the composite. Am I just missing something obvious or is there something deeper to my observation?

  • FuturesTrader71
    Posted at 13:58h, 05 January Reply

    Good question, coolmoss. The shaded areas represent an accumulation of everything shared on the webinars and chats so far. It is truly a combination of all of my homework. This includes prior untouched HVN/LVN on intraday charts, prior CHVN/CLVN, areas where OTF initiated a move if those areas are not a break of IB or some other defined level.

Post A Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.