Here is my little lesson on how my charts derive levels in just about any product.
So June hogs have a big fat green that was recent high, almost limit down yesterday was it? Now up by highs but again respecting this green pivot, is my point.
No falling in love but if you have a feel and read these charts I put out which now a days is about a dozen a day.
No not all in your products of interest but a chart with levels, conditions when live, diamonds etc.
It's less than a buck a chart and you should have no problem deducting it in your schedule, but check.
As markets get even more volatile having a few big macro picture (which is what I think we are in)
levels that large HFT high frequency firms I show use as pivots, or bigger.
Anyway that is my little sales pitch with a few charts that you should blow up large and drag to see how accurate some of these big pivots offer very decent price location AND,
more importantly RISK STOP LOCATION.
I am always open if you need a 2nd broker with access and knowledge of when we mute the news
of use the news along with chart extreme's that hit when your not ready.
That is how these level have to hit in order to trigger say counter-trend profit taking, or liquidation.
Oh boy, here is this bill,
Let me attch this link and see what comes up for you.
Have a wonderful day. Let's watch these hogs into close. Over green is air above, I hide it up there but it forces you to read the charts.
Check out how hashed long term TL trendlines play.
Hope to see you.
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