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Published 2/19/16 7:50 am central:
Our negative outlook from yesterday carried over into the overnight session with the market making new lows @ 1906.50. This could also be on the heels of Crude selling off from its recent pop. Needless to say, the market was very reluctant to go below the 1917 level and when it did it wouldn’t carry too much momentum with it. So perhaps with less market participants in the overnight the buying support just wasn’t there and caused us to breakdown further than what would of occurred during the day. Regadless, you have to respect that move and if crude continues to breakdown we will keep moving lower. The big number in my mind is the 1900.00 level. Will this line hold if tested once or twice. A bet going around the office today is if we will close the session above or below 1900.00 seems like we have votes on both sides of the fence. I think it will come down to the close.
Looking at the 30 Minute SnapShot, you can see its a tight range and all the volume over the last session and overnight is at the 1918 level. we also see on the Market Action Scanner, that 1918 is the weekly POC. So the market is comfortable here at this price longer term until we get some deviations higher or lower. This most likely will be news based or if another market like Crude sells off or goes higher. So I think we could be a little range bound today at the moment, unless we start making new lows on the open we could look to challenge the 1900 level. If short, I would consider partial profit taking the first touch. In the event it holds and we rally back off. You can always get short again. If we break through you could still have partial position, but I think we will get some good support for a while at that price.
On the Market Action Scanner you will see a few things. we are breaking below the 60 min boxes as well as the 240 min boxes, but both of these boxes are very close together. So stops should be somewhat close but think targets should be similar. We also see that the ES Odometer is still bullish green on 3 of the 4 time frames but less bullish than yesterday. so the negative overnight and end of yesterday is a factor but not enough to switch over to red quite yet. I think we really need to break 1925.00 with some momentum for us to get back and hold the 1930’s pricing. I think there could many stops at this price so could spike at first and would look to buy on the first retracement down, if we that scenario happens.
Feel free to reach out to me to discuss this further or other markets using these same tools. I have the ability to use the same analysis on all markets. I just happen to showcase the ES market at this time for this newsletter.
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