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2,469.50 -1.75    -0.07%
21/07 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index Future
Underlying: S&P 500
  • Prev. Close: 2,471.25
  • Open: 2,472.38
  • Day's Range: 2,462.75 - 2,475.25
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S&P 500 2,469.50 -1.75 -0.07%

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06/23/2017 - 07/23/2017
 
Date Price Open High Low Vol. Change %
Jul 21, 2017 2,469.50 2,472.50 2,475.25 2,462.75 - -0.07%
Jul 20, 2017 2,471.25 2,471.00 2,476.25 2,465.50 1.11M -0.01%
Jul 19, 2017 2,471.50 2,459.75 2,472.00 2,457.75 958.46K 0.56%
Jul 18, 2017 2,457.75 2,459.25 2,461.00 2,448.00 1.09M -0.03%
Jul 17, 2017 2,458.50 2,457.00 2,460.50 2,454.00 862.47K 0.04%
Jul 16, 2017 2,457.62 2,457.50 2,459.00 2,457.00 - 0.07%
Jul 14, 2017 2,456.00 2,446.50 2,461.25 2,442.00 1.09M 0.43%
Jul 13, 2017 2,445.50 2,441.25 2,447.00 2,439.00 941.06K 0.23%
Jul 12, 2017 2,440.00 2,425.00 2,443.75 2,422.50 1.16M 0.64%
Jul 11, 2017 2,424.50 2,423.75 2,427.75 2,410.25 1.13M 0.00%
Jul 10, 2017 2,424.50 2,423.00 2,430.00 2,419.25 861.22K 0.08%
Jul 07, 2017 2,422.50 2,409.25 2,425.00 2,407.50 1.27M 0.58%
Jul 06, 2017 2,408.50 2,428.00 2,430.50 2,405.25 1.60M -0.80%
Jul 05, 2017 2,428.00 2,423.75 2,432.25 2,419.25 1.29M 0.18%
Jul 04, 2017 2,423.75 2,427.38 2,431.38 2,421.25 - -0.05%
Jul 03, 2017 2,425.00 2,422.00 2,436.50 2,421.50 766.23K 0.17%
Jun 30, 2017 2,421.00 2,420.75 2,429.75 2,415.00 1.64M 0.04%
Jun 29, 2017 2,420.00 2,442.00 2,445.00 2,402.25 2.34M -0.76%
Jun 28, 2017 2,438.50 2,417.00 2,442.50 2,413.75 1.56M 0.74%
Jun 27, 2017 2,420.50 2,435.75 2,437.25 2,416.50 1.64M -0.64%
Jun 26, 2017 2,436.00 2,432.00 2,447.50 2,430.00 1.27M 0.04%
Jun 23, 2017 2,435.00 2,431.25 2,438.75 2,428.25 1.20M 0.13%
Highest: 2,476.25 Lowest: 2,402.25 Difference: 74.00 Average: 2,438.88 Change %: 1.55

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Steve Duemler
Steve001x 21 minutes ago
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Sp500 is at its peak, correction coming August.
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Doug Gray
Doug Gray 1 hour ago
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Marcus,  You are welcome to short the market if you are using WSJ, low accuracy subjective opinion rag trying to sell click bait. Never use it !!
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lasvegas Brad
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For certain Doug; WSJ is some kind of dis-info.  And I agree with your earlier idea, that options are the superior play; not base stocks.
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Marcus Cicero
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WSJ reporting SPY short interest is at 155,460 shares as of 6/30. According to ZH, 155,460 represents a 10 year low. That's right, we haven't seen this little short interest since 2007. For those of you who are arguing that there is "too much bearishness," can you please provide some evidence?
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Doug Gray
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I have posted many, many times shorting shares is not the biggest $$. Its options, its index derivatives, its volatility hedges. Shorting shares is boring and limiting.
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Doug Gray
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Marcus another fact you need to learn is that its not the % short that matters its the size of the short trading/covering vs market volumes. Market volumes @ all time lows means even smaller % short has impact.
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Jeff Elliott
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@MC.Daily: In chart form the only caution warning evidence i have for next week are the prior 2 candles and looks a little stretched(overbought)Perhaps more likely the cash gap backfills..however nothing for a short entry"swing" timing model 1hr time frame&up.I realize this may be difficult to understand "technical jargon"and pretty rare i hold ES futures over the weekend.Not giving up on the 2500 mark either..i just don't have a entry i like either way on the daily..scalp/day during live action..much more comfortable rather than prophesying.
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