We’ve heard from a lot of our traders that the 6-Candle rule has completely transformed their trading and given them more confidence in their decisions. This rule will take some discipline to implement, but it can be a total game changer in your trade management. 

Each week, Eric Jousse at Axia Futures focuses on time frame technical analysis in the futures markets.

Japanese candlesticks are a simple but useful tool in technical analysis, and the doji is one of its most powerful indicators for both bullish and bearish trades.
I can understand why someone would want to sell March 2016 Eurodollar (EDH6) contracts at 99.52 today (risking a settle at 99.535 or higher).
Candlesticks offer a clean, clear representation of market action. One of the more reliable multi-candlestick patterns is inside days.
The Nov. 6-7 EURUSD reverse was not a ‘piercing line’, but close. The Nov. 10 session was not a bullish ‘inverted hammer’, but close. And Friday’s price action did not form a bullish hammer, but it was close.
Eurodollar futures are lower today with the yield curve steepening throughout the first three years. The technical conditions continue to deteriorate and the risk for a precipitous fall (though not likely today) has increased.
Five reasons gold may have reached a near-term bottom at $1,180.
Economic conditions as well as positioning levels support expectations for still higher Treasury prices over the coming weeks.
Yesterday marked a 7th new session low in the E-mini S&P 500 without a three session pause since the doji high of July 24.