Dow Jones 30 Futures - Dec 15

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Type: Index Future
Underlying: Dow 30

  • Prev. Close: 17,802.0
  • Open: 17,846.5
  • Day's Range: 17,723.5 - 17,853.0
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Dow 30 Futures Overview

Prev. Close17,802.0
MonthDec 15
Tick Size1
Contract Size$5 x Dow Jones
Tick Value5
Day's Range17,723.5 - 17,853.0
Settlement TypeCash
Base SymbolYM
52 wk Range15285.0 - 18334.0
Last Trading Day12/11/2015
1-Year Return-0.09%
Point Value1 = $5

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Latest Dow Jones 30 Futures Comments

Rishi Bansal
Rishi Bansal Nov 24, 2015 2:13PM GMT
Instead of appreciating the hard work of others , negative comments coming.So i left this forum.I know; who cares>
esoterico network
esoterico network Nov 24, 2015 6:16PM GMT
Rishi Ignore all. Just post your stuff. Your readings are good. Do you see another larger correction dip ?
Giannis Jacob
Giannis Jacob Nov 27, 2015 3:31PM GMT
People are like that Rishi. Just ignore them. You are great and brave enough. Keep it up.
Sulaiman Lalani
Sulaiman Lalani Nov 23, 2015 11:35AM GMT
All analysis were bullish today . Why is market declining then?
Heath Herndon
Heath Herndon Nov 23, 2015 2:29PM GMT
Recheck your analysis, there is nothing for bulls to run on. What data is so great that the Dow will move above 18900? The housing market is reversing from September highs, and the Fed is serious about raising rates. This will tighten the money and make the market go lower. I am guess we will be in the 16000 range before Christmas.
Sulaiman Lalani
Sulaiman Lalani Nov 24, 2015 6:30PM GMT
@Heath Herndon -Bulls are back. Just after I went short :(
Heath Herndon
Heath Herndon Nov 25, 2015 12:04AM GMT
I am long on 18900 and hoping we make it, but I saw the short coming and then the Turkey and Russia stupidity stopped the momentum. I still think we get to 198900 or 18200 then we get a 23% correction below 17000. The rate hike is going to move money out of the market the question is how much? But sorry about the short, I don't trade on down markets, with this much volatility. I will short at 18200 to 18300 though. That is the two highs.
gaurang patel
gaurang patel Nov 19, 2015 12:10AM GMT
On weekly chart Dow Futures closed 17206 after making bottom of 17153. last week futures did not brake 17000 level.This week for first three days it has covered almost 75% loss of last week.On weekly chart If it close above 17871 at the end of week then it may cross 17906/18075. On flip side if it closes below 17400 at the end of week then it may slide to test 16935 once again. So sell near 17900 with SL of 18058.
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