Big Moves Before the Week Even Starts: Power Rankings, January 30 2017

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Big Moves Before the Week Even Starts: Power Rankings, January 30 2017

Last week the Power Trades had just one market to work with and it worked like a champ! I’m happy to say, we had a lot of participation too!

Clients entered and exited all over the board. While the price never hit its full potential, we were able to capture nearly the entire move.

Unfortunately, Sunday night and this morning’s volatility will keep us from offering a recommendation today. However, with the markets on the move like this there are plenty of opportunities to trade. Feel free to contact us for other strategies.

 

VDO Futures Power Rankings

Legend


[   ] – Associated Trade Rec (call your broker for more info)

[   ] – Market was UP

[   ] – Market was DOWN

VDO – Last Week’s Price Volatility in Dollar Terms (Volatility Dollar Opportunity)

Bias – Directional Trend

Rank – Based on the VDO

Volatility – Last Week’s Price Volatility

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