Monday will likely be thin trading as many extend their holiday. Consider this if you decide to trade.
It seems that in these markets, no matter how much you make, you find yourself thinking how much more you could have made.
At the time this is being published, the S&P Globex Futures are trading .50 points higher and the bond market is trading up 3 ticks.
I was once told by a successful trader to believe in what I see in the markets and that trying to understand would likely interfere (and could be costly).
At the time this is being published, the S&P Globex Futures are trading 2.30 points lower and the bond market is trading down 4 ticks.
At the time this is being published, the S&P Globex Futures are trading 2.10 points lower and the bond market is trading up 2 ticks.
Heads up, the Fed is scheduled to meet tomorrow.
Heads up, the cash S&PGÇÖs ($SPX)tailed off (in other words, sold off from highs) late in the day to close poorly. This selling appears to be options expiration related.
The March NASDAQ 100 (NDH0), gapped open to all time highs on todayGÇÖs open (a) but failed to hold above the open (b).
Heads up, tomorrow is triple witching (option expiration). This should make for volatile trading.
Tonight, we have 4 indicators pointing higher on the Market Bias Page. This suggests a strong upside bias for tomorrow.