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Trevor Smith

Commodity Trading Advisor,

www.trevorsmithfnp.com

About Trevor

Trevor Smith is a registered commodity trading advisor who takes a mathematical approach to predicting market behavior. He holds four degrees across multiple disciplines and his study of financial markets led to his beliefs that investors can be self-directed and that market moves could be predicted using a variety of technical indicators and mathematics.

Trevor's Articles

S&P Futures’ negative divergence and narrow range continue to develop the Q1-2 dip-buy setup hypothesis, as all other symbols prepare for breakouts, writes Trevor Smith of Trevor's Trading.
The euro monthly-chart bounce may be the trade for bull-side traders; otherwise, bears exert sideways pressure, creating underneath opportunities for Q1-2 dip buys, writes Trevor Smith of Trevor's Trading.
The euro, gold should bounce based on technical price positions, but S&P futures’ monthly chart shows more room to fall than rise, creating underneath opportunities for Q1-2 dip buys, writes Trevor Smith of Trevor's Trading.
Euro’s weekly, three-day dhart candlesticks may tempt traders to buy call spreads, while Bitcoin’s and gold’s breakout directions are unclear, writes Trevor Smith of Trevor's Trading.