Active Trades – Short

  
  • AAPL - Nov 09 202220221109
  • BOIL - Sep 16 202220220916
  • /CL - Oct 11 202220221011
  • DGAZ - Sep 09 202220220909
  • ERY - Dec 08 202220221208
  • /ES - Nov 10 202220221110
  • $FVX - Oct 14 202220221014
  • /GC - Nov 16 202220221116
  • GLD - Nov 16 202220221116
  • $GOLD - Nov 16 202220221116
  • IEF - Oct 14 202220221014
  • IEI - Oct 14 202220221014
  • IWM - Dec 01 202220221201
  • KOLD - Sep 23 202220220923
  • $NATGAS - Sep 23 202220220923
  • $NDX - Dec 01 202220221201
  • /NG - Sep 23 202220220923
  • /NQ - Dec 01 202220221201
  • QQQ - Dec 01 202220221201
  • /RTY - Nov 02 202220221102
  • $RUT - Dec 01 202220221201
  • SCO - Sep 09 202220220909
  • /SI - Nov 16 202220221116
  • $SILVER - Nov 16 202220221116
  • SLV - Nov 16 202220221116
  • $SPX - Dec 01 202220221201
  • SPY - Dec 01 202220221201
  • TLT - Oct 14 202220221014
  • $TNX - Oct 14 202220221014
  • TSLA - Nov 09 202220221109
  • $TYX - Oct 14 202220221014
  • UNG - Sep 23 202220220923
  • USO - Oct 11 202220221011
  • $VIX - Sep 13 202220220913
  • $WTIC - Oct 11 202220221011
  • XLE - Dec 08 202220221208
  • /ZF - Oct 14 202220221014



Active Trades are trade ideas that were previously posted as Trade Setups and have since triggered an entry or occasionally, a trade idea that was first posted directly to the active trades category as offering an objective entry at the time of the initial post. Active Trades might also be listed in one or more of the other trade categories as these categories are not necessarily mutually exclusive. E.g.- An Active Trade that still offers an objective entry might also be categorized under the Trade Setups category. Likewise, an Active Trade with multiple prices targets may have already hit one or more of those initial targets with additional target(s) remaining, thereby falling under both the Active Trades and Completed Categories. Traders should look to make any new entries or add to existing Active Trades objectively, such as a on pullback to a support level during an uptrend or a re-test of a broken trend-line, wedge, or channel pattern.


 

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