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S&P 500 Futures - Sep 15

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Underlying: S&P 500

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  • Open: 2,054.65
  • Day's Range: 2,054.05 - 2,077.45
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RankUsernameTotalClosedWinningWin %Chg. %
1Valdemar Kaz16816714586.83+24.08%
2jachy josh1312866.67+19%
3Xin chen1717847.06+18.06%
4來実 佐武11111090.91+16.33%
5Jeffrey Wu26261661.54+15.61%
6Tom DD21211571.43+14.11%
7Ting-Hey Cha44375+13.98%
8Marco Marco77571.43+12.26%
9Robert GERGE15151066.67+12.14%
10Londongoldmi999100+11.52%
11Surasit Angb222100+11.5%
12Ian Hall31312167.74+11.25%
13esoterico ne766100+11.16%
14richard trem27271555.56+11.02%
15alex baber77571.43+10.82%
16Ron Visser111100+10.67%
17Jorge Martin111100+10.53%
18Kepa Oscoz111100+10.41%
19Rik Hooper43266.67+10.14%
20Juan Granada111100+10.09%
21Seb Holt33266.67+10.09%
22Ренат Денисо67673755.22+10.06%
23Mike Payne49483675+9.99%
24ancy Kishyk29291862.07+9.86%
25sterling int17171058.82+9.85%
26guido sechi333100+9.77%
27puck two111100+9.74%
28vini subtil222100+9.64%
29Mustafa Deni333100+9.59%
30שלומי אבן ...222100+9.41%
31Tim Gordon88450+9.33%
32John Verhoev41412868.29+9.25%
33Евгений Фляг111100+9.2%
34julianhernal56565292.86+9.14%
35Edward Inyan222100+8.99%
36Mark Sylva ...55360+8.97%
37silvio borto111100+8.93%
38Maria Lima13131292.31+8.78%
39claudio d'ip333100+8.75%
40Loris Trebol111100+8.66%
41rene olesen66350+8.42%
42Richard van ...111100+8.19%
43Paulo Ramire111100+8.1%
44Antonio Gome66583.33+8.05%
45Miguel Ángel333100+7.99%
46Michael Purc111100+7.97%
47REAPER 29292379.31+7.93%
48fabio classe27272592.59+7.86%
49Rodrigo Peri111100+7.79%
50thierry morl44375+7.68%

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Martin Mahr
Martin Mahr Jul 01, 2015 11:04AM GMT
bullish divergence in 1h chart

Quadra Four
Quadra Four Jul 01, 2015 09:27AM GMT
Sometimes I just have to smile. We are this morning back to Happy Days modus.. Technically has Greece defaulted or not? Arrears according to IMF. You tell me?. Anyhow the market this morning seems to take for granted its not or its irelevant and we will have a No vote and a new government that will sign the next package with the Creditors. I suppose shortly after that comes a haicut on the debt. So Europe will absorb the loss on Greece with conditions. Now is this a non event or not? Well the other states (public) will have to absorb the losses and that should lower the speed of recovery in Europe. So we will continue to keep interest low and run the QE. All good for the stock market, but slower recovery means less investment. If you add it all up we just made the bubble a bit more bubbly with more public debt that will need to be addressed one day. Time will tell if and when this will burst or not. IMO much harder to predict the next move now. Central banks are ruling the market again.

Norb Nice
Norb Nice Jul 01, 2015 06:17AM GMT
whys the futures so happy tonight glad im long
Joey Th
Joey Th Jul 01, 2015 08:48AM GMT
Because people realize that Greece collapsing has no affect on US Stocks...they'll still have the same earnings..same revenues....this is all dumb hype
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