The Trade Table – How To Read It

The information provided in “The Trade Table” serves as “the basis” for our trades setting up each week. A specific color is assigned to identify the existing market conditions in any of the given time frames.

  • Emerald for bullish ( uptrend has been identified )
  • Burgundy for bearish ( downtrend has been identified )
  • Gold for neutral ( neutral or “conflicting” trend has been identified )

Extremely specific yet “dynamic” criteria must be met in order to “qualify” for any of these 3 very different market conditions.

Let’s look at an example:


You can see that the SP 500 is currently in a daily uptrend…..

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