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Support and Resistance Basics for E-Mini Trading, Part 4 Breakouts and Breakdowns

I have to stress that determining where and what composes support and resistance is of utmost importance. Further, understanding support and resistance (SAR) allows a trader to make trades where other traders are likely to buy or to sell. My primary tool in e-mini trading is support and resistance, which is enhanced by an understanding of several different views of volume using order flow. For the most part we will talk about what happens when market price reaches support or resistance and bounces off those lines. That being said, it doesn’t always bounce off SAR and sometimes breaks out or breaks down and can go for a pretty good distance, right? Your answer should have been it will probably move to the next stopping or starting line (SAR).

Support and Resistance Basics for E-Mini Trading, Part 2

I recently wrote an article on the subject of support and resistance (SAR) that was published and have received an unusually high number of inquiries on the subject. First of all, let me say unequivocally that the mother lode of trading proficiency lies in identifying SAR and understanding how to trade these lines. In my mind, there is nothing more to trading than understanding the structure and context in which the e-mini contract is trading; most important in understanding the structure of the market is to identify where real support and real resistance can be found.

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One of the best tools that e-mini traders possess is the ability to look at correlated markets and profit from them. I should point out, at this point, that there is no 100% correlation between 2 given markets, but many markets are related to each other and can be useful and determining future price movement on the contract you are trading.

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Support and Resistance Basics for E-Mini Trading

Support and Resistance (SAR) is generally considered one of the cornerstones of technical analysis. In my personal trading, I assign SAR levels the highest level of scrutiny because most of the really good trades I have executed originate by judging the direction of the market price at SAR levels. Of course, this all sounds great but determining these significant price levels and determining their importance, relative to other SAR lines, is truly the meat and potatoes of learning to trade e-minis.

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