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E-Mini S&P 500: A few snags and the market sags!

The E-Mini S&P 500 has hit a few snags as current reports do not support a strong economic recovery!  The allocations clearly seem to go back into the Treasuries and the US Dollar. The stronger US Dollar may be partially attributed to our Federal Government not showing any signs of printing a floating more dollars any time soon. The Euro FX had sold off against the dollar today as ECB President Jean Claude Trichet has not introduced any rate hikes for the near term. The stronger dollar pressured the tangible commodity markets and the liquidation snowballed on many to almost historically noted sell-offs. To add to the mix, the Initial Jobless claims came out with an increase of 43,000 claims for jobless benefits to 474,000.  This is the highest that we have seen since August. Yesterday,  US Private Employers increased the number of workers by 179,000 and payrolls went up slightly. ADP Employer Services were expecting as increase 198,000. Employers stated that there were 36,490 job cuts last month, better than the 41,528 in March according to Challenger, Gray and Christmas Inc. Tomorrow’s Unemployment Report is expected to show an increase of 186,000 in non-farm payrolls according to economists. We had a severe drop in the Crude Oil from $109.38 to $98.25. The Energy Stocks were then pressured, which also dragged on the stock indices. It was also rumored that China was no longer interested in allocating to the commodities sector. Often times when markets become over-priced, funds and countries will liquidate their positions, thus beginning a snowball effect. At times we have seen these funds and/or countries reenter and purchase the commodities at lower prices later.    

Friday,  we look forward to Unemployment  at 7:30 AM CST and Consumer Credit at 2:00 PM CST.



Did you take these trades?

Why not?

Just trying to lighten the mood after last night's rant. BTW, the chart above is the real deal. Every CFRN Partner was sent the exact same trade information via their CFRN Indicator Set. 32 points up and 24 down for a total of 56 tradable points inside of a 91 point move over the last 8 trading sessions.

We've had some good times wrangling over the CF_MA1 these last few days, what can I show you next?

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Friday, what to expect!  We are technically now in sell mode on the Daily Chart for the moment!  Friday, we look for an inside day!   Today’s range was $1348.75 - $1325.20. The market settled at $1335.00. Our comfort zone or point of control for this market appears to be $1339.25. Our anticipated potential range for Friday’s trading may be $1345.00 - $1327.00. The market stays bearish below $1352.50.    


Leslie Burton

Senior Market Strategist



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