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Analyze E-Mini S&P 500 by Comparing Multiple Data Series

Multi data series charting is a popular technical analysis approach that involves charting multiple futures contracts within one chart window. Plotting the price action of multiple instruments can help traders gain a broader perspective of market behavior through the comparison of historical data. Additionally, analysts can draw comparisons between the performance of technical indicators and trend behavior. Read More

USD/JPY Foreign Currency Pair: Reacting to Bullish and Bearish Events

Historically, the USD/JPY foreign currency pair has reacted strongly during both times of bearish and bullish market conditions. The USD/JPY moving in favor of the Japanese Yen could be attributed to it being viewed as a safer alternative to other financial instruments during times of geopolitical unrest which leads to bullish conditions. When investors have ‘flocked’ to the Yen, this has historically resulted in the US Dollar decreasing in value against it.Read More

Trade Dow Jones Futures with 3 Technical Indicators

When analyzing the Dow Jones futures contract, technical indicators can be helpful to highlight potential trade opportunities, market reversals and price movements. Information obtained from technical analysis can assist traders to forecast future price levels, assess strength in market trends and determine overbought and oversold market conditions.Read More

How to Trade Futures Using a Calendar Spread

A calendar spread is a trading strategy in that the trader buys and sells two contracts with different expiration dates of the same financial instrument at the same time. This trade is designed to allow the trader to potentially benefit from the difference in price between the two expiration dates.Read More

The October Effect – When Will the Bullish Bubble Pop?

The U.S. stock market has been on a bullish run for the better part of 8 years. Since 2009, the S&P 500 & DOW have more than tripled while the NASDAQ has increased fivefold.

Although the market has seen its setbacks throughout the last 8 years, the long-term trend points to all things bullish. As we round out the last quarter in 2017, the markets continue to record higher highs so often that it’s often no longer a newsworthy event. Let’s not forget the 20K DOW milestone was only just hit in January 2017. Now, 23K is in site! Read More