Home Runs DO Exist! – RBOB Seasonal Window CLOSES – August 22, 2019
Brian Cullen of Daniels Trading - InsideFutures.com - Wed Aug 28, 11:35AM CDT

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Seasonal window closes – RBOB September vs October

 

Seasonal Window: July 10th 2019 to August 21st 2019

And there you go!!!

We entered this spread on July 10th at 0.1596

Our profit target was hit on Aug 15th at 0.1340 for a $1,075.00 profit!

Yesterday the seasonal window closed at 0.1299 for a profit of $1,247.50 if you held on.

(all profits and losses are BEFORE trading fees)

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Make sure to look at ALL 3 to properly understand what we are doing and why.

FutureSource – RBOB spread idea

dt Pro – Daily Chart with TAS Tools:

RBOB SEASONAL WINDOW:

sources of this material are MRCI, seasonal algo, dt pro and TAS tools.

Happy Trading,

Andrew Pawielski & Brian Cullen

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About Brian Cullen

Brian’s career began working with equities and equity options at Charles Schwab. Since then he has held various positions within the financial industry, from head clerk on a high volume trading desk on the floor of the CBOE, to being a “market maker” for a proprietary trading firm in the SPX and OEX pits. Brian then branched off to expand his horizons and transitioned into the futures market as a retail broker. He was a Market Strategist for Lind-Waldock’s Private Client Group division, dealing exclusively in the commodity markets.

Brian joined Daniels Trading in early 2009 to expand his added value services as a broker, and to build his client base in new areas. With Daniels Trading’s diversified execution categories, the opportunities for Brian’s clients are endless.

Brian’s goal is to work with his clients to focus on one main principle: Staying true to the principles of successful trading.