Trading Sharp Pullbacks | Crude Oil, Emini, Nasdaq, Gold & Euro

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  1. I just realized a few minutes ago I had not Liked all of your videos I previously watched. I'm on a mission to go back and click on them. Thanks for all your help. I'm going to also take the free lesson and see from there. You clearly know what you're doing. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Much, much, much appreciated.

  2. Sharp pullbacks are one of the most challenging market conditions to trade because they give the opposite side of the market the courage to start trying for a full reversal – which is why I wait for a very specific entry pattern.

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