First press conference jitters overtook investors amid tomorrow’s first Q&A meeting since the election.
The Dollar stalled in its impressive bullish run since election night as the markets look for hints of insight regarding upcoming legislative policies. Read More
After a dramatic sell off to start 2017, oil futures prices are pushing for a rebound on news that some international production levels will remain curtailed.Read More
Some interesting futures trading trends have been developing since the result of the US Presidential Election. While the S&P 500 (ES) has been making minimal trading moves, comparatively, the Nasdaq (NQ) and Crude Oil (CL) have been trading inversely in a wider range. Read More
Inverse Futures and Forex trading patterns occasionally form in the wake of market moving events. An inverse trading relationship occurs when two financial instruments trade in opposite market directions. The EUR|USD foreign currency pair and the S&P 500 Futures Contract (ES) have been trading inversely in the aftermath of both Brexit and the US Presidential Election. Read More
On the heels of a stunning GOP victory by President Elect Donald Trump, the U.S. major indexes have been on a tear, thrashing all-time highs during this proclaimed “Trump Rally”. Alongside the DOW, S&P 500 & NASDAQ lies the US Dollar Futures Index (DX) flirting with records of its own as Wall St. embraces the pending changes at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.Read More
Overnight markets plunged as election results trickled in pointing to an earthshattering victory by underdog Republican candidate, Donald Trump. Dow futures (YM) fell 975 points within a 4-hour span as investors grew wary about the policies promised on the campaign trail. Read More
The markets responded loud and clear on Monday morning after the FBI cleared Democratic hopeful, Hillary Clinton, over her use of a private email server.
The following NinjaTrader Charts offer insight on market sentiment heading into the eve of the U.S. Presidential Election. Read More
The Federal Open Market Committee kicks off Tuesday, a week ahead of the U.S. Presidential Election, with its formal monthly meeting to determine whether the time is right, or not, to raise interest rates.Read More
History suggests that financial markets around the globe exhibit unique behaviors as investors react to the U.S. Presidential election results. No matter the outcome, this force in market sentiment presents investors with unique trading opportunities that only occur once every four years.Read More
As the U.S. Presidential Election inches nearer by the day, the divisive political gap in the U.S. continues to widen. With such a divided population, no matter the victor, it will unfortunately leave a large portion of the country dissatisfied. Read More