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1) Simplified Trend Qualification Procedure, quotes/charts are updated every 10 minutes

1.1) Pick a time frame to work with from 15 minutes to monthly using any chart linked in 1.7 though 1.17 (the shorter the time frame the shorter the trade duration)

1.2) Qualify the trend using the EMA9 (red line), if price action is above the EMA9 (red line) you’re in an up-trend, below the EMA9 a down-trend.

1.3) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend (red line) is above the EMA18 (blue line) for an up-trend or the EMA9 (red line) is below the EMA18 (blue line) for down-trend.

1.4) Confirm the EMA9 defined trend agrees with the composite of the 13 indicators linked in 1.6, If the chart and the trend confirmation in 1.6 do not agree stand aside.

This down and up move was worth $41,000 USD, on a margin requirement of $4,200 USD.

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1.5) Use Support & Resistance linked in 1.19 for setting profit objectives and risk levels, contact me for more information on how we use these.

1.6)   Today’s technical opinion
1.7)  
2 day chart, 15 minute data

1.8)   3 day chart, 30 minute
1.9)   5 day chart, 60 minute data
1.10) 10 day chart, 120 minute
1.11) 3 month chart, daily
1.12) 9 month chart, daily
1.13) 1 year chart, weekly
1.14) 3 year chart, weekly
1.15) 7 year chart, monthly
1.16) 15 year chart, monthly
1.17) 1983 – current chart
1.18) Ranges & price performance
1.19) Support & resistance
1.20) Futures Quotes
1.21) Options Quotes
1.22) Exchange CME
1.23) Contract Specifications Each 0.01 = $4.20
1.24) Margin Requirement

Educational

2) General Information on Future and Futures Options

2.1) Futures Educational Videos (60)
2.2) Futures Options Educational Videos (34)

3) Energy Futures & Options Videos

3.1) Fundamentals and Energy Futures
3.2) Discover WTI: A Global Benchmark
3.3)
Understanding Crude Oil in the United States
3.4) Introduction to European Crude Oil
3.5)
Learn about Crude Oil Across Asia Region
3.6) Crude Oil Futures versus ETFs
3.7) The Benefits of Liquidity
3.8)
Understanding the Oil Data Report
3.9) A Look into the Refining Process
3.10)
Learn about the 1:1 Crack Spread
3.11) The Importance of Cushing, Oklahoma
3.12)
U.S. Resurgence in Global Crude Oil Production
3.13)Managing Risk in the Energy Market
3.14)
Trading Insight for Options on Crude Oil and Natural Gas
3.15)Revisiting the WTI-Brent Crude Oil Spread
3.16) Introduction to Natural Gas
3.17) Understanding Supply and Demand: Natural Gas
3.18) Introduction to Natural Gas Seasonality
3.19) Understanding Natural Gas Risk Management Spreads
3.20) Understanding the Henry Hub
3.21) Natural Gas Calendar Spread Options
3.22) About Heating Oil Futures

4) Energy Futures & Options Reports

4.1) Worldwide Oil – WTI / Brent Spread
4.2) Refining 101 – Understanding Crack Spreads
4.3) Natural Gas in a Producing Revolution
4.4) Crude Oil and Its Refined Products
4.5) Oil: How the Market Dynamics Have Changed
4.6) Trading the Curve in Energies
4.7) U.S. the Largest Crude Oil Producer
4.8) Surging U.S. Domestic Crude Grades Market
4.9) Are Crude Oil & Natural Gas Prices Linked?
4.10) WTI and the Changing Dynamics of Global Crude
4.11) Oil Traders Sell on the Rumor and Buy on the News
4.12) Veg Oil vs. Crude Oil: Tail Wagging the Dog?
4.13) Is Crude Oil Taking Cue from Vegetable Oils?
4.13) Natural Gas in a Producing Revolution

5) Exchanges & Analysis Pages

5.1) Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME)
5.2) Eurex
5.3) Intercontinental (ICE)
5.4) US Rate Analysis Page
5.5) European Rate Analysis Page

6) Program Structure and Account Opening Procedure

6.1) ATA’s, What They Are and How They Work
6.2) The Fee Structure For This Program
6.3) Defining Overall Risk For Your Account

6.4) Exchanges Traded
6.5) Brokerage Firms
6.6) How Balances Are Guaranteed Plus or Minus Trading
6.7)
How To Open An Account

If you have questions send us a message or schedule an online review .

Regards,
Peter Knight Advisor

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