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I am entering into a long natural gas futures trade for the November contract. Entry price was 2.933 and entry time was 4:14 (my time). As always, a protective stop was used to ensure excessive loss does not occur in the face of erroneous judgement or errant market deviations for whatever reason.
I've been waiting for a long entry into a natural gas futures trade since Monday evening, and it appears as though the opportunity has presented itself. Observe the following 60 minute chart.
What we are observing here is an MACD divergence. Prices have made a bottom, and MACD has begun to demonstrate weakness in the downward momentum. This is potentially signalling that an upward movement will follow. The time frame for this particular trade is for my exit target to be reached in a few days, less than a week. My exit signal will be another MACD divergence indicating that prices won't go higher. However, I will also be trailing my stop and this could trigger my position to be flattened at any time if prices move dramatically.
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