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Emini FuturesCast / The Daily Pod  08/15/11



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E-Mini S&P 500: Can Corporate America restore a tarnished US economy?

The S&P 500 is in a bullish stance for the third straight day! Perhaps our faith in government has wavered, but  our faith in the good old fashioned Corporate America remains steadfast. The foundation of this country was roll-up your sleeves hard work and creative dealings. That part of America remains intact. Today, Google Inc. tendered an offer for Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. at $12.5 billion dollars stoking the marketplace for buyers. Motorola Mobility was up 56% to $38.13 buoyed by Google’s bid.  Bank of America Corp. was up 7.9% to $7.76. Research in Motion was up 10.4% to $27.11. Nokia was up 17.4% to $6.29. Lowes Cos. Inc. was up 0.9% to $19.68. Tuesday, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel meet to discuss the Euro Zone debt crisis and further steps to contain the problems of the global community. There is a great deal of optimism for a resolution to the problem and future debt warnings. New York State Manufacturing was down to -7.72 in August clearly not giving us a positive look for our next quarter. NAHB held 15 in August, again not a favorable outlook for the market. 

The most troublesome area for the moment is the liquidation of the US Treasuries from foreign investors.  Private foreign investors liquidated $18.9 billion in the bonds and notes perhaps in response to the US downgrade by Standard & Poor's credit agency to AA+ from the cherished AAA rating. Raising the debt ceiling may have contributed as well to the notoriety of the Treasuries. The concern is for the long-term demand in the US Treasuries. China is the largest US creditor increasing their holdings in June by $5.7 billion to $1.166 trillion. Japan had cut its holdings by $1.4 billion to $911 billion. We want to keep a check on our debt instruments.

Tuesday, we have US Housing Starts at 7:30 AM CST.  US Capacity Utilization and Industrial Production at 8:15 AM CST.

Tuesday, what to expect!  We are technically now in buy mode on the Daily Chart! Tuesday, we anticipate an inside to higher day! Today’s range was $1201.75 - $1176.25. The market settled at $1198.50.Our comfort zone or point of control for this market appears to be $1188.75. Our anticipated potential range for Tuesday’s trading could be $1219.00 - $1185.00. The market stays bullish above $1084.00. It is perhaps likely that we may retrace back to the $1250.00 zone technically if we are not swept away with any potentially negative turn of events. 

Leslie Burton
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