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Monday
Mar142011

Emini Futures Trading / SP Emini Futures Down 30 Points On Globex

Breaking News - 11:53pm EST Monday March 14, 2011

SP Emini Down 30 Points on Globex - Nikkei Down 810 Points or 8.43% @ 11:53pm EDT

E-Mini S&P 500; Destruction, Doubt and Downward Trends!

 The E-Mini S&P 500 fell by 11:40 AM CST to the low of $1281.00.  The World Marketplace was focused on the damage caused by the earthquakes in Japan followed by a Tsunami.  The risk products such as the E-Mini S&P 500 was one that just could not keep a bullish trend.  It did close mid-range, but it really was more of an inside day as traders were cautious about the indices as a whole.  The Japanese ports suffered some damage,  but the real concern points to the nuclear power plants as explosions wreaked havoc with the facilities.  General Electric which is said to have business with Hitachi Ltd. Dropped 4.1% to $19.53.  Japanese stocks fell 6.2% as the clean-up and reconstruction figures have yet to come in.  The Market Vectors Uranium and Nuclear Energy ETF slid 13%, Global X slid 17% and Aflac Inc. fell 4% as they are a well-established insurance company that services our foreign neighbors.  One must think of where the money for this reconstruction project will come from; it is possible that assets of Japan such as treasuries may be liquidated to suffice for the massive projects.  We have yet to see the impact in terms of food products, transportation or asset allocation shifts from this catastrophe.   

Today, we had no major US Economic Reports due out!     

Tuesday, we look forward to the FOMC!

Tuesday, what to expect!  We are technically still in sell mode!  Today’s range was $1300.75 - $1281.00.  The market settled at $1290.50.     Our comfort zone or point of control for this market appears to be $1290.25.   The official game changer was the slip below $1298.50.  We remain bearish  as long as we stay below $1326.25 according to the Daily Chart.  What we anticipate is slight rally perhaps back to $1303.00!   We potentially look to buy this market around $1290.00 with a potential stop loss just below the low of the day of $1281.00.  This market closed mid-range and still has some strength.  As the news of all the catastrophes are digested, we may see the market come right back with an inside to higher day!

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