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Type: Index Future
Underlying: S&P 500
  • Prev. Close: 2,803.75
  • Open: 2,803.50
  • Day's Range: 2,800.75 - 2,808.00
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Panagiotis Manos
Panos 39 minutes ago
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What was announced for this drop?
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Nun Creto 26 minutes ago
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Nothing. Probably another all time high tomorrow. That said volatility is coming back with vengeance. The Vix keeps rising on up days for the market and we cannot ignore that message. Not saying the move will be necessarily down as this market is invincible, however a big move one way or another is coming
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I am sensing something big, like a hostile alien invasion. It is highly unusual for this to be down $1 without an extremely good reason.
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Obviously, people in Asia markets know how to take profit, but people in dow markets missing a sell button.
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"The Relative Strength Index is one of a group of technical indicators known as momentum oscillators. Other well-known momentum oscillators are the Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) and the Stochastic Oscillator. RSI measures the velocity and magnitude of directional price moves and represents the data graphically by oscillating between 0 and 100. The indicator is calculated using the average gains and losses of an asset over a specified time period. The most basic RSI application is to use it to identify areas that are potentially overbought or oversold. As with other momentum oscillators, overbought and oversold readings for RSI work best when prices are moving within a sideways range rather than trending up or down. When traders first learn about RSI and other oscillators, they tend to gravitate to overbought and oversold values. Extended trends can keep RSI overbought or oversold for long periods of time."
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Options Guy Same here. It's amazing how many people, myself included, forget they are basically useless in a trending market. You have to start looking at a combination of metrics like Mclellan oscillator, percentage of stocks at 20 day highs, % of stocks above 20DMA, and compare those historically with %'s that have led to reversals. Speaking of we're getting really really close . . .
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Famous last words :). I said that after the election and boy was I wrong. I had to sell puts like they were going out of style and adjust my calls non stop. It sucked. Just looking out into where tutes are playing for FEB, we should start consolidating soon. 5% returns month over month is bit much even for an optimist like myself. Not going to fight it either way :). OI graphs and greeks is all I rely on nowadays. Nothing more, nothing less.
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The past couple weeks have me really spoiled. I wish it could always be like this. The easiest thing to do is give a lot back because you have a preconception of what the market is going to do and go in guns blazing. I actually did that yesterday and gave some back but was able to hedge and trade my way back to nearly break even. But I've got one foot out the door, now, ready for the turn. Watching OI and options flows as well as support/resistance, trend lines, moving averages, etc. Probably going to take a break from the market over the next week or so . . . Come back with a fresh perspective :)
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Zach Mulder It happens. Market is telling me to get stick one foot out yet but I am digging the non-single digit VIX. Taking a break is always good. Trust me, the market is going anywhere :)
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'isn't telling me to stick one foot out...'
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