Jack Gleason founder of Major League Trading.com reviews his trade plan for the Nasdaq market this week identifying trading levels that he will be watching for possible trading opportunities and covering upcoming news that could potentially impact markets.The markets began the year with the Nasdaq leading the pack by closing up over 4% its first trading week of the year. On top of that, the S&P closed at an all-time high the first trading day of the year. Note this is the first time that this has happened since 1992.
In this week for the Nadex weekly review, I will be focusing only on potential long trade setups in the Nasdaq as this sector led all the other major US indices for the first week of January indicating statistically a strong January as well as a strong 2018.
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