What’s Up, What’s Down: Spotlight on Financials
Comments for March 14, 2011
Looking ahead to Monday by reflecting back on Friday’s trading
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I’M CLOSE TO A BUY SIGNAL FOR T-BOND & T-NOTE FUTURES
FINANCIALS: 3/14/11 Higher closes Friday for eurodollars and T-notes but slightly lower for the bonds. The eurodollars continue to be in a bull market settling higher in a gradually moving uptrend. The notes and bonds are so close to buy signals that I’m removing my sell signals and standing aside for now. The bonds made its best high since last December 7th before closing slightly lower and ever so close to a buy along with the notes at this time. BUY SIGNAL FOR THE EURODOLLARS. CALL FOR DETAILS!
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