Anthony Speciale Stock Market Analyst

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$440 in Less Than Five Minutes?

Josh has developed not only an indicator but an entire strategy around his brand-new Chandelier Trader system.

Did you see Josh make $440 in less than five minutes while LIVE on-air yesterday?

Man, it sure brought me back to my times as a day trader…

In fact, it inspired me to fire up some shorter-term charts and analyze them with members of The Speciale Report, my premium research service focused on the energy markets.

You see, the only difference between analyzing a monthly chart and a three-minute chart is the amount of data you have to work with.

Break It Down

When I was a regular day trader, I manually analyzed six to eight of the prior hours of data to make my next decision.

Some folks like to day trade on a five-minute chart, some on a two-minute chart, and so on…

To me, as long as it’s a divisible interval of 60, it’s good enough for me!

I like to stick to minutes that are divided into hours and hours that divide into days.

My approach to analysis remains the same…

Find the best trendline possible, clone it and create a channel that represents support and resistance over a given period of time.

If you can do that over and over again, then congratulations!

You’ve just accomplished something that most traders have squandered their careers trying to figure out…

Short-Term Setup

I’m going to show you a three-minute chart analyzed with the opportunities identified.

Three-Minute Chart of Crude Oil Futures – Source: TradingView

I’ve analyzed about eight hours of data in less than a few minutes.

The structures drawn define the following: trend direction, support, resistance and potential turning points.

Not too shabby for just a handful of lines drawn on a chart while I was sipping on my afternoon tea.

Stick to the Process

You see, once you’re able to define all of this for yourself, you’ll not only be able to better qualify your trades…

You’ll also know which trades not to take.

We don’t want to buy into resistance, and we don’t want to sell into support.

We want to identify an entry trigger that offers us an area to define our risk and place our stop along with a target that defines our reward.

Three-Minute Chart of Crude Oil Futures – Source: TradingView

It should look something similar to the image above…

An identifiable entry, a risk conscious stop and a conservative target. Your reward should outweigh your risk.

By following a clear set of rules and a well written and thought-out trade plan, you can consistently find these opportunities.

If you’d like to join me and my students at The Speciale Report, we meet weekly from 2-3 p.m. ET every Wednesday.

If you’d like to join us for all the action, simply click here to get signed up! I’d love to have you join us for an action-packed hour of LIVE hands-on training!

Rules to Live By

“We cannot solve problems with the kind of thinking we employed when we came up with them.” Albert Einstein

Until next time, I wish you a beautiful and blessed day!

Yours In Trading Success,

Anthony Speciale Jr.

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