The “Support and Resistance Weekly Trade Zones” are Trading Levels updated every weekend for the S&P 500 Emini Futures.
These Trading Zones are good for the following weeks trading and are trading levels where price could reverse its direction.
Which Futures are included with the “Support and Resistance Weekly Trade Zones” ?
What You Will Get:
You will get 2 charts for the S&P 500 Emini Futures showing the upcoming weeks Support and Resistance and Market Profile with current Open Gaps & Naked VPOC’s that you can visually see.
You will also get the Support and Resistance Trade Zones written out so you can use them with any charting software. Finally if you are a Thinkorswim user we have added a share button so you can download the Weekly Trade Zones directly to your TOS trading charts.
We post the Weekly Trade Zones every Sunday evening by 6pm Est. in the members section. Just login to the members section to access the Weekly Trade Zones and Charts to get ready for the current trading week.
Below are Sample Charts with the Weekly Trade Zones and a link to a sample page of what our members get every weekend.
They are levels of possible support and resistance for the S&P Emini Futures.
The weekly trade zones are meant to be levels of support and resistance and how much the S&P emini’s reverse varies. Some times they will bounce for a couple points and other times they can have major reversals.
Note: Not all zones will work that’s why we encourage you to always use a stop loss. A good rule of thumb is to put a stop loss 1 point behind the trade zone. (We want to either be right on the trade, or right out of the trade).
The S&P emini futures weekly trade zones are updated by 6pm EST Sunday evening. Just login to the members section for all the trade zones and charts.
Yes, you can use any trading platform or charting package. We give you all the top 4 support and resistance trading levels that you can plot on your own charts such as one of our recommended trading platforms NinjaTrader.
If you use Thinkorswin (TOS) we offer links every weekend that you can open in your Thinkorswim platform and save the weekly trading zones, open gaps and naked VPOC’s to all your charts. If you do not use TOS and use another trading platform like one of our other recommended trading platforms “NinjaTrader” you can manually plot the levels on your NinjaTrader charts.
It’s really just that simple….
The S&P emini futures weekly trade zones with the open gaps and naked vpoc’s are only $10 per month.
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