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Risk warning: Losses could exceed deposits.

At the end of every day, Al looks at charts to try to get an idea about what to expect for tomorrow. He does the same at the end of the week, the end of the month, and now at the end of the year.

This is the New Year’s Day weekend, and Al made a series of charts to create videos to give his thoughts about what to expect for major markets in 2021.

He made six different videos – Emini, the bond market, the Euro versus the dollar Forex market, gold, crude oil, and Bitcoin.

Al’s disclaimer up front: with every additional tick that we see, the outlook changes. Al is giving you his perspective as of right now, the start of 2021. Al hopes that you find the information useful. You can view video and full transcript on the Brooks Trading Course website here

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