Weekly Market Trade Plan- October 9- 13th

Weekly Market Trade Plan- October 9- 13th


Posted Sunday evening, Jack Gleason founder of Major League Trading.com reviews his trade plan going into the week beginning on October 9th 2017, identifying what markets to watch and covering upcoming news that could potentially impact markets.

This week’s highlighting news will be focusing on the following that could impact the markets:

4:30am Tuesday        Manufacturing Production : GBP

2:00pm Wednesday   FOMC Minutes : USD

8:30am  Thursday       PPI and Unemployment Claims : USD

10:30am Thursday    ECB Presidne draghi Speaks  : EUR

11:00am  Thursday     CrudeOil Inventories : USD

8:30am   Friday     CPI, Core CPI, Retail Sales & Core Retail Sales  : USD


Additionally key technical levels are covered of support & resistance in the following markets:
Gold, Crude Oil, Russell & USD/CAD

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