Day Trading Pre-Market Movers: Stocks, Futures, Forex

April 16, 2014 at 9:01 am Leave a comment

We developed special scanners to filter assets in the sectors of Futures, Stocks, and Forex, with institutional pre-market attention and deliver them to your mailbox around 9 a.m. By our subscription agreement, we produce three Pre-Market Mover reports per week; however, we usually send them every day.
April 15, 2014, Gold was indicated for institutional attention and you knew it by 9 a.m. ET.
At 10 a.m. ET the trade came in and produced an easy 5-point move, relating to a $500 gain per Gold Futures contract. Considering day margin, this is a 27% return.Here is the chart (we trades those opportunities on a short-term chart)

Gold Futures 10-Minute Chart

Gold Pre-Market Movers

Fish, where the fish are. Use your pre-market movers to find good trades.This does not only work with Futures or Forex, it also works for intraday stock trading:

Morgan Stanly was on our watch list and produced multiple long and short opportunities to trade along with:

MS 10 Minute-Chart

MS 10-Minute Opportuntiy

The chats, you see, include NLT Top-Line (orange, red, blue) and NLT HF signals (green and pink).We only initiate a trade, when the spelled out price threshold, Sell < $29.17 is surpassed in the next candle. Target was 1-SPU (in the MS case $0.17 or our minimum, we trade for). MS produced 7 trading opportunities, all came to target. In money this would mean a potential $1.19 gain, which relates to a 16% return on day trading margin (one quarter of the cash margin).

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