Commodity Trading Advisor,
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.
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.
S&P futures are still game for trend followers, while less range is likely for other markets, writes Trevor Smith of Trevor's Trading.
Breakouts from narrow ranges are on the way for gold, S&P futures, and bitcoin. Trend followers can join gold, bitcoin, and, possibly, depending on its behavior, crude oil, writes Trevor Smith of Trevor's Trading.
Breakout attempts and opening-range gaps should continue with more price range this earnings season, as dip buyers oppose rip sellers, writes Trevor Smith of Trevor's Trading.