Let’s take some profit off the table – even though this Emini S&P option expires tomorrow September 21, 2018.
Drew sold some ES options today in his AccuMarkets trade advisory – effectively going long the September Emini S&P with a delta around .32 – Risk TBA. Take a look at his vBlog to see! Miss this trade? Sign-up below.
Last week was probably the most epic geopolitical week in years. It featured yet another iteration of US/Chinese trade barbs, an escalation of Russian/US military tensions, and a missile attack by Yemeni rebels against Saudi Arabia. Countervailing these headwinds were…
By the Taylor Trading Technique, today was a Sell Short day for the eMini S&P futures. I wasn’t enthusiastic about this signal however I have been asked about shorting it over the past couple of days so I thought I’d write about it. I had subscribers interested in shorting the ES after Tuesday’s push above… Read more.
Today was a Taylor Trading Technique (TTT) Sell Short day for the EMini S&P futures. As is often the case, Mondays often behave differently than the other four trading sessions of the week- I suspect it’s the longer break between trading sessions. For a TTT Sell Short day, our standard setup is to look for… Read more.
First time in sometime we are starting to see a bearish divergence.
Still trading in the middle of its ranges and awaiting the jobs reports this morning, coming out at 8:30AM ET. We have unemployment & non-farm payrolls, be prepared for increased volatility.
This is a sample entry from Drew Rathgeber’s newsletter, The Rath Overlay, published on Friday, August 26, 2016. In The Markets Emini S&P – ESM6 (Sep ’16) Currently sitting on support, still with relatively low volatility and tight trading ranges, all eyes are on Yellen speaking today at the Jackson Hole Symposium and whether we… Read more.
Here are a few markets with set-ups taking place that will have my attention through the balance of this week and into next.
While there might be flare ups off the eventual splitting of the UK from the EU, both parties seem to understand it is in their best interest to minimize the headwinds to economic growth.