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Starting The Morning With A Stopped Out Trade

Speciale Analysis

Hey Trader,

Finding Hope and Renewal in Trading

In the ever-challenging world of trading, it’s easy to get caught up in the highs and lows, often feeling the weight of mistakes and missed opportunities.

But just as in life, trading offers us the chance to learn, grow, and start anew.

Remember the powerful words of 1 John 1:9: “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.”

This verse reminds us of the importance of acknowledging our mistakes, seeking forgiveness, and moving forward with a clean slate.

In trading, every new day offers a fresh opportunity to learn from the past, refine our strategies, and approach the market with renewed clarity and purpose.

Let these words inspire you to:

  • Acknowledge and Learn: Reflect on your trading mistakes without fear, using them as stepping stones for improvement.

  • Seek Renewal: Embrace each new trading day as a gift, filled with potential and opportunity.

  • Stay Faithful: Trust in your journey and remain steadfast, knowing that persistence and faith will guide you towards success.

Keep pushing forward, and let the lessons of each day purify your path to becoming a better trader. Remember, every setback is a setup for a greater comeback!

Be Relentless In Pursuit Of The Will 

Which God Has Set Upon Your Heart,

Anthony Speciale

Starting The Morning With A Stopped Out Trade ... 💩 Happens

Welcome to today’s deep dive into market analysis.

Anthony here, and I’m here to walk you through the trades I made this morning, sharing insights and strategies that could enhance your trading game.

These daily videos aim to provide you with a glimpse into my approach to the market, helping you decide if joining our trading family could benefit your trading journey.

The Commitment to Personal Growth

Trading is not a get-rich-quick scheme!

Success in trading demands time, dedication, and an unrelenting commitment to personal growth.

Unlike many so-called gurus who sell expensive courses with little to no personal interaction, my goal is to spend quality time with you.

I believe that the best way to grow as a trader is by putting in the time and effort, and I’m here to guide you through that process.

Morning Setup and Market Conditions

I start my trading day early, around 0700, setting up my charts, order flows, and preparing the trading room long before the session begins.

This morning, the NASDAQ, S&P, and gold markets were quite messy, influenced by the 0830 data releases - significantly impacting market behavior throughout the week.

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Navigating Crude Oil

Crude oil has been particularly reactive, presenting numerous trading opportunities.

Here’s a breakdown of my morning trades:

  • Initial Observation and Setup: I noticed prior lows and a breakdown followed by a recovery. As the market reversed, the increased selling volume indicated a likely reversal, which played out as expected.

  • Trade Execution: I entered a trade short at a support-turned-resistance level, aiming to short towards 78.45 with hopes of reaching 78.35. Unfortunately, the market didn’t cooperate, and I got stopped out. The key takeaway here is that losses are part of the game, and managing them effectively is crucial.

  • Second Trade: The market pushed back up, testing a trend line. I shorted again, this time successfully covering my position at a support level. Despite a small initial loss, the subsequent gain balanced the morning session.

Developing Market Intuition

As I navigated the session live, I provided real-time commentary and expectations, analyzing price action, volume, and order flow.

This live analysis helps you understand the potential market directions and prepare for various scenarios.

Key Resistance and Support Levels

Throughout the session, I identified and reacted to key levels, such as the VWAP (Volume Weighted Average Price) and other significant support and resistance points.

For example, after recognizing absorption and resistance at 79.8080, I anticipated a fallback to 79.40, which played out as predicted.

Trading requires constant learning and adaptation.

By reviewing past trades and understanding market movements, you can develop the intuition needed to anticipate and react to market changes effectively.

My goal is to provide you with the tools and insights to make informed trading decisions, not to dictate your trades.

I hope this breakdown of my trading day provides valuable insights into market analysis and trade execution.

If you found this content helpful, please like, comment, and subscribe to the channel to stay updated with future videos.

My aim is to share my market perspective, helping you gain exposure to different analytical approaches and ultimately make the best decisions for your trading strategy.

Feel free to reach out through the links below or via email if you have any questions or need further assistance.

I appreciate your engagement and look forward to helping you on your trading journey.

God bless, and see you in the next video!

Happy Trading,

Speciale Analysis

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