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S&P 500 Futures - Dec 14

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1,960.45 +14.45    (+0.74%)
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Type: Index Future
Underlying: S&P 500

  • Prev. Close: 1,946.00
  • Open: 1,946.15
  • Day's Range: 1,931.95 - 1,960.45
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S&P 500 Futures Historical Data

Time Frame:
09/25/2014 - 10/25/2014
 
Date Last Open High Low Vol. Change %
Oct 24, 2014 1959.75 1946.00 1961.25 1931.75 - 0.71%
Oct 23, 2014 1946.00 1924.50 1956.25 1922.25 2.01M 1.09%
Oct 22, 2014 1925.00 1938.25 1943.75 1920.25 2.02M -0.67%
Oct 21, 2014 1938.00 1903.50 1939.75 1885.75 2.24M 2.00%
Oct 20, 2014 1900.00 1884.00 1904.50 1872.25 1.65M 0.53%
Oct 19, 2014 1889.95 1884.95 1893.45 1884.65 - 0.48%
Oct 17, 2014 1881.00 1853.00 1891.75 1851.00 2.58M 1.65%
Oct 16, 2014 1850.50 1846.75 1869.75 1815.25 3.37M 0.20%
Oct 15, 2014 1846.75 1878.25 1883.25 1813.00 4.66M -1.49%
Oct 14, 2014 1874.75 1866.25 1892.75 1864.75 3.11M 0.50%
Oct 13, 2014 1865.50 1892.00 1906.00 1863.75 2.95M -1.52%
Oct 10, 2014 1894.25 1917.00 1931.25 1893.25 3.07M -1.60%
Oct 09, 2014 1925.00 1961.50 1968.50 1915.25 3.10M -1.87%
Oct 08, 2014 1961.75 1926.25 1964.00 1918.00 2.52M 1.75%
Oct 07, 2014 1928.00 1953.25 1956.25 1924.25 2.17M -1.43%
Oct 06, 2014 1956.00 1961.00 1971.00 1950.50 1.73M -0.22%
Oct 03, 2014 1960.25 1938.50 1964.50 1935.75 1.56M 1.12%
Oct 02, 2014 1938.50 1940.75 1945.75 1918.25 2.72M -0.12%
Oct 01, 2014 1940.75 1961.00 1967.00 1933.75 2.45M -1.26%
Sep 30, 2014 1965.50 1968.75 1978.25 1960.50 1.99M -0.20%
Sep 29, 2014 1969.50 1974.75 1977.00 1955.50 1.79M -0.33%
Sep 26, 2014 1976.00 1961.00 1979.25 1956.50 1.68M 0.74%
Highest: 1979.25 Lowest: 1813.00 Difference: 166.25 Average: 1922.40 Change %: -0.09

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Martin Treadwell
Martin Treadwell Oct 24, 2014 04:58PM GMT
One of the most ridiculous stocks of all time? KO, Coca-Cola. A market value that has only gone up with just one -already well known- recipe of John Pemberton? KO shows that perfect marketing and advertising, while having no real added value over current competitors can make you a fortune. On top of that they hijacked a 'Santa Claus that refreshes' for their benefit. Somehow that picture stuck, but it's all a dream. Very smart but ho-ho KO=snake oil, you can get the same taste for half the price everywhere. Apparently people wanna be conned, we create the world we live in ourselves.
WHITE DEVIL
WHITE DEVIL Oct 24, 2014 05:12PM GMT
Yes the snake oil salesman is still with us as Coke grew right out of that tradition, these days they are more likely to sell diet products, vitamins, and gold. LOL
Martin Treadwell
Martin Treadwell Oct 24, 2014 05:54PM GMT
oops, I sold gold also. I say no more. Have a nice weekend all.
WHITE DEVIL
WHITE DEVIL Oct 24, 2014 07:02PM GMT
The latest scam for doctors is to get women to take vitamin D. Last year they had them taking calcium. LOL
Martin Treadwell
Martin Treadwell Oct 24, 2014 07:28PM GMT
Vitamin D? A little sunshine can do the same for free. Cheers!

lalan kumar
lalan kumar Oct 24, 2014 04:20PM GMT
Market for hurdle 1960, short at current price target 1946, 1962 STL.
tommy in exile
tommy in exile Oct 24, 2014 05:17PM GMT
:)

James Mansfield
James Mansfield Oct 24, 2014 02:32PM GMT
back down to 900 by OCT 31st
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