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Underlying: S&P 500

  • Prev. Close: 2,362.75
  • Open: 2,361.50
  • Day's Range: 2,349.50 - 2,365.25
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Cash 2367.34s+3.532355.732367.342352.87002/24/17Q / C / O
Mar 17 2365.00s+2.252361.502365.752349.50153464902/24/17Q / C / O
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Sep 17 2357.00s+2.002353.002357.252342.2512902/24/17Q / C / O
Dec 17 2354.00s+2.002346.502354.002338.751702/24/17Q / C / O
Mar 18 2351.00s+2.000.002351.002351.00002/24/17Q / C / O

   
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Anonymous Users 7 hours ago
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While the euphoria continues and the BTD continues to work... there will be one day not far away when all your dips will be wiped out... and you will be wondering what hit you and its not a small drop .. a massive one... Until then I wont share any more opinion... When that day comes I will definitely rub salt into the wounds of the bulls...
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NotSmart Investor 7 hours ago
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That will never happen. The market will continue to go up forever.
Auno Passcanen
Auno Passcanen 6 hours ago
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Yes that should be true that the ultra long trend should point up in case if mankind is not destroying itself to stone age. In shorter scale like weeks/months/year there will be downward movement also. Optimal pullback to the median of the yearly rising trend starts to be due already anyways. Catalysts to trigger sell-offs are plenty for this year and next coming years for sure.
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Teck Ming Teng 6 hours ago
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AU yes down move will come, the question is, do you still have money than short when it comes, or you have lots most of it fighting against the trend?
Auno Passcanen
Auno Passcanen 6 hours ago
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Yes that is true that fighting the trend is not correct way to play this game. Downward risk grows proportionally by every one way market session ending green. For me risk/reward ratio is not anymore tempting to go long. I may be wrong but surely I will not be trapped with longs on the top no matter what shall happen. Decent correction (fib 50% of the Trump rally retracement etc.) would cleanse the air a bit for easier breathing and reduce the risk of full crash. Before anything like that happens I am not fighting the trend but not also following it with heavy exposure.
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Thx for the responses, I am not playing against the trend since I have long term yearly positions and these up-moves mean little to me since I deploy hedge funds strategies which I cannot disclose. I am also in no way affected by these current price, but I feel sorry for the small bears who get capitulated by the big boys ... So I want see the big boys melt down one day and feel the pain of the mini bears.... Unfortunately when the melt down happens we live in a fools paradise because the foolish FED will hand over millions of tax payers money to the big boys to bail them out, so the entire drama of pushing up the market continues.... This whole drama will stop only when our regulations are tightened so that financial institutions dont get bailed out with tax payers money if they go bankrupt....
Todd Michael
Todd Michael 10 hours ago
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I actually went log close to the close at an average of 2262.00. No sign of an eminent pullback in the near future IMO. Any thoughts on what Monday may bring?
Deepak Mehta
Deepak Mehta 9 hours ago
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I am expecting a rug pull before the speech. Going over bought into speech on 28th could result in sell the news or muted response. But who knows
Big Red the original
Big Red the original 8 hours ago
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No disrespect intended Todd. Did you really wait all day and go long at the close to hold over the weekend? Why?
Auno Passcanen
Auno Passcanen 7 hours ago
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Some of us want to have exciting life and sleepless nights also on weekends... :) danger level of your move is about the same than have unprotected s e x with a.stranger... in Africa...
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ESponge Twothousand 13 hours ago
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Definitely staying long the SPY S&P500. Not even an indication that this is even pulling back. There is an indication that momentum is slowing with direction clearly bullish ..meaning some sideways pausing. S&P500 is winning against all currencies, all bonds, and winning against foreign stocks and small caps. Stick it out.
No Direction
No Direction 13 hours ago
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Even you must be surprised that a pullback has not happened.
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RedRidingHood 13 hours ago
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we had pullbacks those little 5-10 points "dip"... jus no correction (bigger dip)
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No Direction 13 hours ago
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I meant 20-30 points closing price.
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