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    S&P 500 A Stones Throw From All Time Highs

    SPX
    Call/Put = Call
    Entry = below 1520
    Expiration = end of the month

    The S&P 500 traded in a tight range last week on very light volume. The move up and out of the previous consolidation range is being tempered by the resistance I described before but also by the impending spending sequester. The sequester is Pandoraís box for politicians with resolution echoing throughout the system. Cut spending and send the economy back into recession or keep spending and grow the national debt to new high levels. No matter what they do the markets will react. In the short term it is all just speculation, the facts that we have show an economy in stabilization and recovery. Long term indicators on the charts of weekly closing bars are bullish. The sideways action of the last two weeks has done nothing to turn me bearish and a lot to help the S&P relieve overbought conditions. Adding to this bullishness is positive comments from the Bundesbank about Germany and statements from Japanís minister of finance. I am trading calls on the S&P 500 with an entry below 1520 and end of the month expiration.


    Euro Still Declining Against The Dollar

    Eur/USD
    Call/Put = Put
    Entry = above 1.3350
    Expiration = end of the week

    The Euro began a correction versus the dollar last week and looks good to continue it. The pair retreated from a 12 month high on the back of negative comments from Mario Draghi concerning risks to the EU economy. Even though Germany is expected to improve growth this quarter the EU as a whole is not. There are still some risks ahead and impending elections in Italy are only one of them. I am trading puts with an end of the week expiration and a target entry above 1.3350.


    Nikkei Targeted By Japans Minister Of Finance

    Nikkei 225
    Call/Put = Call
    Entry = below 11,500
    Expiration = end of the month

    Japans finance minister stated over the weekend that Japan was targeting stock prices as well as yen value in its approach to fiscal stimulus. The target for the Nikkei is 13,000, fully 1500 points higher than it is now. With the BOJís currency devaluation unfettered by the G-7 I see this target being reached in short order. I am trading calls on the Nikkei with an entry below 11,500 and end of the month expiration.

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    Junior Member Aravins's Avatar
    Great ideas Michael! Nikkei was out of my radars and I just now realized that it could produce fairly good monthly trade! SP500 also looks as it is headed toward new all time high. Let's see it

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    M.J
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    Veteran Member M.J's Avatar
    Eur/USD definitely PUT
    Technically short term trend of SPX is unclear today whereas longterm trend is strongly bullish.
    Same goes for NI225. Strong bullish trend.

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    Specialist Member marvel's Avatar
    I think EUR/USD lost its downside momentum and will rebound this week fairly good. Also SP500 despite its strength has substantial risk for downside as there was no one correction during last several months. So I will avoid your tips Michael. Sorry for that but you know the best way to trade is to follow your own analyses. You were done greatly last month and your tips are really the best I know adapted for binaries.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Aravins View Post
    Great ideas Michael! Nikkei was out of my radars and I just now realized that it could produce fairly good monthly trade! SP500 also looks as it is headed toward new all time high. Let's see it
    S&P does look good at this time. I would still like to see a move above 1525 though. Ohhh.. . it just happened,

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by marvel View Post
    I think EUR/USD lost its downside momentum and will rebound this week fairly good. Also SP500 despite its strength has substantial risk for downside as there was no one correction during last several months. So I will avoid your tips Michael. Sorry for that but you know the best way to trade is to follow your own analyses. You were done greatly last month and your tips are really the best I know adapted for binaries.
    I totally agree, whenever I go against my own thoughts I usually end up sorry. As for theS&P I think there is downside risk but I also don't think anything will happen until the spending sequester....I also am fairly confident that the S&P will reach the all time high before that. Long term I am awaiting the sell signal but must continue trading bullishly until that happens.

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    Veteran Member Ammeo's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Hodges View Post
    S&P does look good at this time. I would still like to see a move above 1525 though. Ohhh.. . it just happened,
    Time to go Call on S&P . i may trade a Call on it keeping its expiry at on Friday.

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Maybe the correction just started...

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    Specialist Member LesterK's Avatar
    Yep possibly bigger one as we saw today big selloff all over the markets, EUR, GBP and AUD declined, oil and precious metals – big selloff and at the end of the day 80$ drop in DJIA. After such a stable and continuous bull trend there is a room for a sizable correction. We will see next few days, but for now I think it is too risky to enter weekly puts on assets which are already massively oversold in shorter time frames.

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