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Thursday
Mar032011

Emini Futures Trading / Gap And Go

I guess the only way to go is up… E-Mini S&P 500?

The Initial Jobless Claims today fell by 20,000 to 368,000, the lowest it has been in over 2 years!  This report along with yesterday’s Beige Book summary showed the ADP figures for Private Sector Jobs added 217,000 jobs in February above expectations.   We expect a very positive US Unemployment Report tomorrow morning!  Our US Manufacturing and Retail Sales are expanding.  The US Service Sector rose to 59.7 from 59.4.  Industrial Stocks led the market higher.  The Crude Oil sold off with profit taking as Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez offered to mediate a peace proposal.  The Arab League said that a peace plan was under consideration for Libya.  The inverse relationship that the E-Mini S& P 500  and Crude Oil have may give the stock indices the boost necessary to incline to new highs.  Inflation control is still one of factors necessary for the recovery to truly get traction.   So far, our government is monitoring inflation to be sure it is in check.   

The US Dollar has sold off to where we were in November in 2010.  The Euro FX inversely has risen almost to $1.4000.  Today, we had a reversal in the Gold Market leaving it vulnerable to profit taking.  Many Analysts still see the US QE in place while the Euro Zone already has confirmed that they have a potential rate hike coming soon.

Tomorrow, we look forward to the US Unemployment at 7:30 AM CST and Factory Orders at 9:00 AM CST.

Tomorrow, what to expect!   Today’s positive Initial Jobless Claims and our potential for an encouraging report tomorrow may create a rally in the morning and perhaps profit taking Friday afternoon!  The high today had been $1332.00 and the low $1305.00.  We settled at $1329.75.  Our comfort zone or point of control for this market appears to be $1322.00.   The official game changer is the slip below $1295.00.  We remain bullish as long as we stay above this level.  To continue a bull run, this market needs to break out above the previous $1342.50.  $1348.50 is our potential predicted high while $1318.00 is our potential low for tomorrow.  Intra-day predictive set-ups act as a pathfinder to our members and individuals looking for disciple and structure added to their trading.   

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