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Type: Index
Market: United States
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  • Prev. Close: 2,141.16
  • Open: 2,131.00
  • Day's Range: 2,130.09 - 2,142.63
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Don Jensen
Don Jensen Oct 20, 2016 2:43AM GMT
No logical explanation to why there are buyers still. Doesn't have to make sense. I can say with 100% certainty though that there is a 50% off sale coming. Get rich plan is to keep adding to your short position every time the funny money guys try to prop this up.
Mark Pcola
Mark Pcola Oct 20, 2016 3:23PM GMT
When big institution unload futures contracts they have so much inventory they have to sell slowly..the people doing it get a grade for the day on how much they sell with the number of buyers in the market and they try not to push the price down they would be selling against themselves and they have their clients best interest in mind...institutions are selling during consultation in the market they try not to show their cards the way u can tell is when daily down volume is greater then daily up volume...this is the longest bull market and we are at all time highs so the selling is ver organized until everyone try's to sell at one time..
Don Jensen
Don Jensen Oct 21, 2016 5:53AM GMT
The transition from smart money to weaker hands is almost complete. This market is going to capitulate any day now.
Philip Kaptur
Philip Kaptur Oct 23, 2016 1:33AM GMT
I believe when the future buyers see the high level of risk in this market due to dwindling opportunities and minuscule returns then without demand sellers will need to bring the price down to encourage buyers to step up to the plate. In several crashes the primary point of inflection was when the buyers refuse to enter seeing clearly that equities were overvalued thus causing sellers to panick. If the sellers of today are the high majority of margined longs then the exit door will be crammed with margin calls
Dan Daniel
Dan Daniel Oct 19, 2016 6:15PM GMT
I do not beleive in history. Look at September. History told us to sell strongly because of September. Nothing happend (exept Rosengreen speech-what was not a big drop) If the rate hike come closer, collapse is in the air.
Dan Daniel
Dan Daniel Oct 19, 2016 6:12PM GMT
Way up is slow. Massive way down can happen any time. This is why I sell every high with little amount, and use partial profit taking when its went down. Always hold some sells! It will be profitable sooner or later.
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