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Zach Mulder
Zach Mulder 7 minutes ago
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YM up .85%. Got long a bunch of BA calls on Friday morning, as they are expected to be major beneficiaries of the trade war chilling out.
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Zach Mulder
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it's also kind of annoying, tho. i spent a bunch of time painstakingly going through charts and setting all these alerts this weekend, and now they're all going to go off at once when it gaps up tomorrow. Ha.
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Jim Bobbins
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Activity in Futures is a constant reminder that the exchange gives incentives to central banks to trade those instruments-the activity explains who is trading there.
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AI Bot
AI Bot 21 minutes ago
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If bulls keep fighting back, we are in for sideways market. The correction has to complete for health upmove
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Saeid Sarir
Saeid Sarir 21 minutes ago
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What you see is not what you get!!!!
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Willie Booker
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I find the mentality of some of the traders here interesting. They don't go with the trend. So how did they survive Sep last year till Jan this year when the market rallied relentlessly?
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Marcus Cicero
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Most created new aliases to hide the fact that they have been wrong for years. Frequent posters with new accounts. Cough, cough.
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SP Me
SP Me 9 minutes ago
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Jim Bobbins Long-term short positions with huge drawdowns are not worth it unless it is hedged protection for high beta growth stocks.
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Jim Bobbins
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Apparently many of you did not trade the last two collapses.
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robert skibicki
robert skibicki 1 hour ago
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copper not reacting to this news, which it should if it really meant something...fx barely moving, and yields popped a little but now are coming in...so are the futures here again..I expect this to open up less than ten points , then, fade quickly and head deep red by Tuesday.
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Gloria Matthews
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are any of you looking at the real volume in the spyders???
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Andrew Howard
Andrew Howard 54 minutes ago
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It looks low? No?
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Mudasar Hanif
Mudasar Hanif 1 hour ago
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after 10/12 hrs ,,, 2712
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Mat Babyak
Mat Babyak 2 hours ago
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gaps get filled, remember that.
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robert skibicki
robert skibicki 1 hour ago
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this rally off the lows has a bunch of unfilled gaps below..almost the entire rally was gaps and really low volume.
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Marcus Cicero
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You will never get rich with the "gaps get filled" strategy. Remember that.
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Zach Mulder
Zach Mulder 10 minutes ago
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Marcus Cicero but but but... GAPS!
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Iron Mike
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2500 tomorrow is a must or no fun
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Zach Mulder
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looks like it will be no fun
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Brown Beard
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Trade written from 5/14: 2736, tp 2677 sl 2741.25, sellers wanted a good entry closer to 2741
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Velo City
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Big boys don’t like big gap up before cash. This might be red by Cash open.
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Kang Pin
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Dude where were you throughout 2017? This was the norm for the entire year, big boys will keep pumping it up and maintain til cash open (and after)
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mahmood aslam
mahmood aslam 2 hours ago
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Ray Zilionis  I agree  it will test 2720 the 2740+
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Gloria Matthews
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Kang Pin there is no moneyin this... there was a   2500 buy on the "news", followed by a 5000 buy,  on the bid,  that didn't buy a thing,  and already more has been sold than bought  after the gap
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George Awad
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China wanted an energy deal with the US. That’s it. End of story
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SP Me
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Should be huge profitable day for me. Make up for my minor Friday loss. Have longs in a bunch of ags.
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Shwetal Patel
Shwetal Patel 3 hours ago
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Good trade; congrats!
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SP Me
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Shwetal Patel Seasonal market trade. I always like accumulating soybeans around the 1000 area. and wheat around the 460 area.
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Nikolai Yugay
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South Korea is entering a recession.
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Gap Rap
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We don't care about that. Small countries struggling means $$ will flow to US. US won't enter a recession any more. Eventually it will dive straight into Depression.
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Scott Davis
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They are the one to watch for world trade. The canary in the coal mine. No reason to short for big moves only scalps. I am going to watch for a negative divergence in s&p or Dow in the coming months. Bought 1500 shares of CWH Friday. RV industry looking like a big bounce ahead
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Japan is in Deep Recession currently but only the poor know about it. Gap between there classes has grown considerably
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SP Me
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China deal being ironed out: ..+ imports US goods.+ 40% ag imports.+100% energy imports.+ technology protections..Huge grain rally.
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SP Me
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Premarket soybean bids up 14.
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trading and chatting
trading and chatting 4 hours ago
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Price will goes to 2723 and then will bounce up to 2737
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Joe Mo
Joe Mo 4 hours ago
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keep dreaming, bulls had their chance, now its time to drop HARD
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Brown Beard
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price under 2732, 2720 - lead to 2668
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Gap Rap
GapTrap 4 hours ago
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would not let me Buy order @2400.25
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SP Me
SP Me 4 hours ago
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My broker never lets me place an order so far out of the money.
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Gap Rap
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SP Me No rush, it will take a few weeks to get there. Will be buying 2350 instead
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Daniel Yavitz
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2400 was sooo last year
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feck I closed all my LONG's Friday, have ASX200 LONG's open from 6060, hopefully nice pop on opening make up for my SP500 misfortune
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Zach Mulder
Zach Mulder 4 hours ago
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roflmao
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Shwetal Patel
Shwetal Patel 4 hours ago
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its a news based move so I can see 2720 again over-night...we are still in range until a more definitive plan
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spanky supreme
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its an algo based move with a wrong interpretation of the news.
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SP Me
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Still has to stay above 2725 and rally through 2740 today to keep the weekly bull trend intact.
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Hurst Rider
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More fade please.
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Dante Valerian
DanteValerian 4 hours ago
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SP trader wrong again as usual. Is anyone surprised? Closing my spreads on Friday's close was the right call.
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options ace
optionsace 2 hours ago
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I did the same
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Mark Ilk
Mark Ilk 2 hours ago
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Do you mean the guy who has the handle SAndP me?
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Gap Rap
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I am somewhat puzzled. Market goes up on negative (at most neutral) news. Maybe we are in a Bull market.
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From here I can only see bad news. GL
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robert skibicki
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willie, never was a trade war to begin with and no downside was ever priced in..also , if you read and understand everything. nothing was accomplished...theres a reason trump mentioned this in the first place..its a huge problem that cant continue much longer..and, trump got nothing from china..so , back at square one with zero accomplished..how is that bullish? its not...just algos can move this when theres no volume
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Pauline Nguyen
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I wouldn’t even be surprised if the bad news comes out before NY open. That’s the market that determine which way it will go. No one really knows.
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Caise Diabhassan
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A fact to chew on for Memorial Day holiday. In the last 10 years buying the S and P open either 5/20 or (if a weekend) the first trading day after and selling June 1st resulted in a profit 7 out of 10 times.  A trade for gold is coming up. Buying the open July 4th and selling the close the day after labor day resulted in a profit 80% of the time the past 10 years.
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Caise Diabhassan
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So given this, it has little to do with news. Smart money was long the S and P two weeks ago while the losing public was short. Market will probably drift higher into second week of June before a pullback.
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Joe Mo
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Those figures don't mean crapola, this is now, a whole new paradigm.
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