7/24 - Weekly Game Plan - New Layout of Blog - 1-Year Anniversary

7/24 - Weekly Game Plan - New Layout of Blog - 1-Year Anniversary

Welcome to the Weekly Game Plan. We have an array of topics to delve into, so pour yourself a glass of wine, find a comfortable seat, and let's get started. Here are the sections we'll be covering:

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Overal, I want to grow this blog to be the most viewed blog and provide value and quality to all! That is why there are numerous changes which we will go over below.

Sections Will Cover In This Blog Post:
1. Welcome Old/New Members
2. My Trading Style for Futures + Options
3. Trading Tips to Become Self Sufficient
4. 12 Charts + Levels/Zones

1) Reacquainting Ourselves

 To our faithful readers, your continued support is deeply appreciated. To our newcomers, allow me to introduce myself, share my trading philosophy, and give you a glimpse into the structure of this blog. All Stripe subscriptions have been canceled, and everything has been made free. There are only 2 things that will remain as paid 1-on-1 mentorship, which involves over 20+ hours of my time and monthly levels I can share via Trading View Link. This will be released in coming weeks as structure of how I will share those levels/links will be determined later on.

2) My Trading Approach

 Over the years, my trading journey has encompassed Options, OTC, Commons, and Futures, with a current focus on Futures. The path to proficiency was not without its trials. I spent arduous months facing losses, scouring YouTube for the elusive "Holy Grail" trading indicator, only to realize that price action truly reigns supreme. A well-planned strategy complemented by a self-drafted checklist of criteria lies at the heart of effective trading. If you don't spot a setup, refrain from forcing a trade.

 My preferred trading window is the first hour after the market opening. I check again at lunch, and if no setups are apparent, I'll review once more during the last hour, the "power hour," only trading if there's a setup. For Futures, I seldom hold overnight, unless I have a particularly competitive entry near a top or bottom. Options trades typically have a 1-2 week timeframe, as buying time often pays off. If I'm swinging, I am comfortable with buying several months out if required.

 While managing this blog single-handedly, juggling my web design agency, and setting up a new venture, your support and understanding have been instrumental. This journey has been varied and enlightening, molding the multifaceted community we have today.

 Let me clarify that trading isn't my full-time job, but rather a calculated venture relying on strategic timing, acute focus, and informed intuition. I'm eager to share a few key trading principles that have been crucial in fostering a sustainable and efficient approach:

3) IMPORTANT Trading Tips To Be Self-Sufficient

  • Minimalistic Engagement: There's no need to be glued to the markets all day. A focused glance in the morning and an hour before the closing bell usually suffices. This helps prevent overtrading and retains your hard-earned gains.
  • Discipline Over Impulse: The presence of a viable setup is a prerequisite for any trade. If there's no apparent setup, it's perfectly fine to step back and reassess the next day. Have a checklist of what criteria you look for before you enter the trade.
  • The Power of Less: Fewer screens equate to fewer distractions. Over-analysis often leads to self-doubt and can potentially disrupt a sound trade. Simplifying your setup can lead to more clear-headed decisions.
  • Trust Your Instincts, Not Social Media: Relying on others' opinions, especially through platforms like Twitter, often leads to a lack of confidence in your own decisions. Either you'll end up missing a good trade, or you'll follow someone else's advice only for the trade to go sideways. Reserving social media strictly for news during trading hours can help hone your personal judgment.
  • Patience: Remember that trading is not a get-rich-quick scheme. It takes time, patience, and persistence to become proficient and successful. So, stay patient and enjoy the journey.

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4) 12 Stocks We Will Review

After a lot of feedback from our old members, I decided to change the style of the blog for the week. After the week is up I will send a survey out to see if everyone likes the new style and if it should be continued.

In the following charts, I simplified. Here is a table of contents. Support/Pivot/Resistance areas are highlighted, and Levels are in purple.

12 Charts + Levels/Zones Below



POC: 4577 / VH: 4599 / VL: 4560


POC: 452.47 / VH: 455.45 / VL: 452.00


POC: 15892 / VH: 15758 / VL: 15547



POC: 376.94 / VH: 383.91 / VL: 375.32


POC: 192.99 / VH: 194.94 / VL: 192.50


POC: 345.88 / VH: 357.81 / VL: 341.16


POC: 376.94 / VH: 383.91 / VL: 375.32


POC: 459.95 / VH: 468.62 / VL: 442.98


POC: 133.51 / VH: 135.84 / VL: 131.95


POC: 123.49 / VH: 127.09 / VL: 120.35


POC: 287.39 / VH: 299.30 / VL: 270.08

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