Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Emini Futures Trading / Daily Recap

(QQQQ)(DIA)(SPY)(.SPX)(GLD)

August 31, 2010 
The Dow Jones industrial average closed Tuesday with a gain of 4.99 to close at 10,014.72. The Standard & Poor’s 500 index edged up 0.41 to 1,049.33. The Nasdaq composite index fell 5.94 to 2,114.03. The S&P 500 finished August with a loss of 4.7 percent, its worst showing for the month since August 2001. The Dow lost 4.3 percent in August, while the Nasdaq lost 6.2 percent.

S&P 500 Futures moved lower this morning to challenge last Friday's low at 1039.50 before rallying to an intraday high of 1054.25. The session closed just off the highs at 1052.50 on 2.5m contracts. 1m more than traded hands yesterday. +7.50 / .72%

Dow Futures dropped to a low of 9934 off the open, hit an intra-day high of 10066 to close at 10035 on 162k contracts. +56 /  .56%

Gold Futures  for December delivery settled up $11.10 at $1,250.30 an ounce on the COMEX division of the NYMEX.

Crude Futures
for October delivery settled $2.78, or 3.7%, lower, at $71.92 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent crude on the ICE futures exchange traded down $1.99, or 2.6%, at $74.61 a barrel.
 
 

  
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Monday, August 30, 2010

Garrett Jones Webinar - Long Wave Cycle


 Is History Preparing to Repeat Itself?

Find Out...
Thursday, September 2nd @ 3:30PM CDT

Is there an Epic Market Crash looming on the horizon?

What steps can you take to protect your assets?

Find out Thursday, Sept. 2nd @ 3:30PM CDT 

Join us for an in-depth analysis and interview with Garrett Jones as he explains why he believes this may well be the most dangerous period in market history since the Great Depression. 



Garrett initially entered the industry as one of only ten people annually accepted on a worldwide basis for Merrill Lynch’s prestigious JET program in 1970 – where he had an opportunity to briefly work in the technical analysis department of the legendary Robert Farrell. He was involved in building up three successful money management firms during his career. All three of these firms were recognized for robust performance, aversion to risk and strong performance in down markets. Mr. Jones is a recognized expert in gold, technical analysis and the long wave economic cycle.

After reading Harry Browne’s classic, How You Can Profit from the Coming Devaluation, Jones was captivated by gold and international economics. He began buying gold stocks for clients when gold was selling at $35/oz. and sold near the highs in late 1974. In 1978, he became vice president with Guild Investment Management, Inc., one of the first money management firms in the U.S. to specialize in international asset allocation — including gold, currencies and foreign markets, in addition to the U.S. markets. While with Guild, he again caught the move in gold and currencies and was instrumental in providing the technical opinion resulting in selling gold at $864/oz. on the precise day of its all time high (at that time).

During the 1980s, Mr. Jones formed Evans & Jones with Don Evans. Their management company was a pioneer firm in market timing utilizing mutual fund switching. Evans & Jones primarily managed funds for large pension accounts and wealthy individuals. In 1990, Mr. Jones assisted in the founding of FX 500, Ltd., a firm utilizing S&P 500 futures contracts as an investment and hedging vehicle. In a matter of a few years, FX 500 Ltd. became the largest domestic firm trading exclusively in S&P 500 futures contracts – trading as many as 4,000 contracts per trade when the full size contract traded at $500 per point.

Mr. Jones developed a proprietary trading system that received national recognition in the US Trading Championship with a return of 98.6% for the 4th quarter competition in 1989. He traded exclusively in the S&P 500 futures, but found the system to be highly effective in the currency and precious metals markets, as well. He later developed a long term indicator for the stock market that has proven to be very effective in its goal of keeping the investor in for the trend (both in up and down markets) with a minimum of whipsaws.

Jones entered the brokerage industry during a bear market period and has developed an uncanny ability for spotting approaching bearmarkets. He forecast the 1987 collapse at the ISI international monetary conference in August of 1987 – two weeks prior to the market top. He is on record for calling the top in the stock market in 2000 (the all-time valuation top) and the all-time market top in October of 2007 to the exact week as well as the orthodox July 2007 top to the exact day. He has continued his focus on the refinement of trading systems and research on technical and other indicators for defining turning points in the markets.

Over the years, he has been a featured speaker at a number of international monetary conferences both domestically and abroad. Mr. Jones has written numerous articles for domestic and international financial publications and participates in radio, TV and media interviews when time permits. He is currently working on a follow up to his 1988 presentation of An In-Depth Analysis of the Long Wave Cycle. The original work was highly acclaimed for its content and coverage of the sequence of events in the economic cycle. Mr. Jones states that “by knowing the sequence of events in the cycle, one can determine where we are in the cycle and know what is next to come. Such information allows one to plan for these coming events as opposed to being surprised by them.”



(Note: Tomorrow we will publish 2 articles written by Garrett complete with charts.)

Emini Futures Daily Recap

(QQQQ)(DIA)(SPY)(.SPX)(GLD)

August 30, 2010 
The major averages erased Friday's gains going into the close today, ending the session just off the low of the day. The Dow dropped 140 points or 1.4 percent to 10,009.73, the Nasdaq lost 33 points or 1.6 percent to 2,119.97 and the S&P 500 fell 15 points or 1.5 percent to 1,048.92.
 

S&P 500 Futures moved higher this morning in an attempt to challenge Friday's high of 1064.25. The attempt failed at 1063.50 and a trend day down developed. The session closed just off the lows at 1044.75 on 1.4m contracts. -19 / -1.79%

Dow Futures opened at 10105, hit an intra-day high of 10135 in early trading and spent the remainder of the day trending down to close at 9979 on 114k contracts. -162 /  -1.6%

Gold Futures for December delivery closed on the New York Mercantile Exchange up $1.30, or 0.1%, at $1,239.20 an ounce. Silver for December delivery closed flat at $19.07 an ounce.

Crude Futures for October delivery settled 47 cents, or 0.6%, lower at $74.70 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent crude oil on the ICE Futures exchange settled down 5 cents at $76.60 a barrel.
 
 


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S&P 500 Emini Futures / ES
1109/1110
1082/1083
1073/1074
1055/1056
1045.5/1046.5
1027.5/1028.5
1000/1001


Dow Emini Futures / YM
10,522
10,296
10,219
10,070
9,993
9,844
9,618


Euro FX / 6E
1.2945/1.2950
1.2840/1.2845
1.2800/1.2805
1.2735/1.2740
1.2695/1.2670
1.2630/1.2635
1.2525/1.2530



Weekly Trading Zones / Daily Review


S&P 500 Emini Futures / ES
Dow Emini Futures / YM
10K ES Chart
Euro FX / 6E

Doug Goeckel - doug@excglobal.com


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CT

Friday, August 27, 2010

Emini Futures Live Trading Room

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August 26, 2010  

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed sharply higher by 150 points, or 1.5% to 10,135. The S&P 500 added 17 points, or 1.5% to 1,063 and the Nasdaq gained 33 points, or 1.5% to 2,151. The Dow closed below 10,000 for the first time since July 6 on Thursday, and traded as low as 9,936 in early trading today.

S&P 500 Futures gapped higher this morning to open at 1053.50. After putting in an early low at 1037.25 the session rallied to close just off the highs at 1064.00 on 2.5m contracts. +19.25 1.84%

Dow Futures also gapped higher to open at 10034 before rallying to an intra-day high of 10146. Settlement was 10143 on 158k contracts.
+178 1.77%

Gold Futures
for December delivery closed up $0.20 to $1,237.90 an ounce. Silver rose $0.05 to $19.07 a troy ounce. Copper rose $0.06 to $3.39 a pound.

Crude Futures for October delivery closed up $1.54, or 2.5% at $75.17 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
 
   

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Final Trade of the Week

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Thursday, August 26, 2010

Emini Futures Live Trading Room

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Special Guest -
 
Next week we are honored to have with us Garrett Jones. Garrett initially entered the industry as one of only ten people annually accepted on a worldwide basis for Merrill Lynch’s prestigious JET program in 1970 – where he had an opportunity to briefly work in the technical analysis department of the legendary Robert Farrell. He was involved in building up three successful money management firms during his career. All three of these firms were recognized for robust performance, aversion to risk and strong performance in down markets. Mr. Jones is a recognized expert in gold, technical analysis and the long wave economic cycle.

Over the years, he has been a featured speaker at a number of international monetary conferences both domestically and abroad. Mr. Jones has written numerous articles for domestic and international financial publications and participates in radio, TV and media interviews when time permits. He is currently working on a follow up to his 1988 presentation of An In-Depth Analysis of the Long Wave Cycle. The original work was highly acclaimed for its content and coverage of the sequence of events in the economic cycle. Mr. Jones states that “by knowing the sequence of events in the cycle, one can determine where we are in the cycle and know what is next to come. Such information allows one to plan for these coming events as opposed to being surprised by them.”

Garrett believes the next 2 weeks may possibly mark the most dangerous period in market history since the Great Depression. This promises to be both a timely as well as a lively discussion. The interview will be co-hosted by our friend and broker, Burton Schlichter.

Date & Time - TBA on Monday's show.

We have previously showcased some of Garrett's work. To view those charts and listen to our discussion  Click Here. We are excited to now have Garrett live on the program and hope you will be able to join us. There will be a Q&A session to follow.


Emini Futures Trading / Daily Recap Aug 26, 2010

August 26, 2010  

Interest rates moved higher in early trading and stayed there for much of the day as an improvement in jobless claims gave the market a slight slope of hope which then became just another slope of nope going into the close. Investors remain duly cautious ahead of a speech scheduled early Friday by Fed chairman Ben Bernanke at the central bank's annual conference.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA – 9,985.81) ended the session down 74.3 points, or 0.7%, with only 2 blue chips closing green. The Dow which closed below 10,000 for the first time since July 6, is currently down 2.2% on the week. The S&P 500 Index (SPX – 1,047.22) lost 8.1 points, or 0.8%, taking out support at 1,050 for the first time since July 6. The Nasdaq Composite (COMP – 2,118.69) dropped 22.9 points, or 1.1%. 

S&P 500 Futures gapped higher this morning to open at 1058.75. After putting in an early high at 1060.25 the session faded to close just off the lows at 1044.75 on 1.9m contracts. Down 9.75 -.92%

Dow Futures also gapped higher to open at 10077 before rallying to an intra-day high of 10086. Settlement was 9964 on 146k contracts. Down 83 -.83%


Gold Futures for December delivery lost $3.60, or 0.3%, to $1,237.70 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Silver lost 0.2%, settling at $18.98 an ounce.

Crude Futures
for October delivery settled up 84 cents, or 1.2%, at $73.36 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Brent crude on the ICE futures exchange settled $1.54, or 2.1%, higher at $75.02 a barrel. 

   

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CT


Steve Wynn on the Economy

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Emini Futures Trading / Daily Recap Aug 25, 2010

(QQQQ)(DIA)(SPY)(.SPX)(GLD)


August 25, 2010  

Stocks recovered from a poor open to end higher on bargain hunting. The Dow gained 20 points today, its first gain in five days after having been down as much as 102 points in early going. The market opened lower following weak numbers on new home sales and durable goods orders. Buying interest increased in the afternoon bringing the Dow back up above 10,000. The Standard & Poor's 500 index rose 3.46, or 0.3 percent, to 1,055.33. The Nasdaq composite index rose 17.78, or 0.8 percent, to 2,141.54.

S&P 500 Futures gapped down on the open this morning to 1044. After putting in an early low at 1037 the session clawed its way up to an intra-day high of 1057.75 to close at 1055.25 on 2.4m contracts. Up 5.5 +.52%

Dow Futures also gapped lower to open at 997 before rallying to an intra-day high of 10078. Settlement was 10051 on 146k contracts. Up 28 +.28% 

Gold Futures for December delivery GCZ0 settled up $7.90 at $1,241.30 an ounce on the COMEX division of the NYMEX. 

Crude Futures for October delivery were up 64 cents at $72.28 a barrel at 1:58 p.m. EDT after earlier falling as low as $70.76, the lowest price since early June.




   
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CT

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Emini Futures Trading / Daily Recap Aug 24, 2010

(QQQQ)(DIA)(SPY)(GLD)

August 24, 2010 

The Dow fell by 133.73 points or 1.3 percent to 10,040.45, the NASDAQ dropped by 35.87 points or 1.7 percent to 2,123.76 and the S&P 500 declined by 15.49 points or 1.5 percent to 1,051.87. 

S&P 500 Futures gapped down on the open 11.5 points this morning ending the session down 15.75 to close at 1049.75 on volume of 2.4m contracts. 

Dow Futures also gapped lower to open at 10,055. Settlement was 10020 on 161k contracts.

Gold Futures for December delivery GCZ0 fell $1 to $1,232.4 an ounce. The world's largest gold-backed exchange-traded fund, SPDR Gold Trust said its holdings slipped to 1,297.948 tonnes by August 24 from 1,299.468 tonnes on August 19. The holdings hit a record at 1,320.436 tonnes on June 29.

Crude Futures Light, sweet crude for October delivery dropped 1.47 dollars to settle at 71.63 dollars a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. In London, Brent crude lost 1.24 dollars to settle at 72.38 dollars a barrel on the ICE futures exchange.




 Weekly Trading Zones / Daily Review

S&P 500 Emini Futures / ES

Dow Emini Futures / YM

Euro FX Weekly Trading Zones
6E
1.3079
1.2908
1.2811
1.2737
1.2640
1.2566
1.2395



Pray Hard & Trade Safe!
CT
 

Monday, August 23, 2010

Weekly Trading Zones / Daily Recap - Aug 23, 2010

(QQQQ)(DIA)(SPY)(GLD)

Monday August 23, 2010
U.S. stocks lost early gains and fell on Monday over concerns about the global economy.
 
The Dow Jones industrial average .DJI finished down 39.21 points, or 0.38 percent, at 10,174.41, while The Standard & Poor's 500 Index .SPX lost 4.33 points, or 0.40 percent, to 1,067.36. The Nasdaq Composite Index .IXIC fell 20.13 points, or 0.92 percent, to 2,159.63. 

S&P 500 Futures opened this morning at 1074.75 and reached an early intra-day high at 1080.25. Low of the day was 1064.25 and settlement was 1065.50 on volume of 1.5m contracts. 

Dow Futures opened at 10234 putting in an early high at 10286. Low of the day was 10143, on volume of 114k contracts. Settlement price was 10,157. 

November Soybeans opened the day session at 1004 / High 1010 6/8 / Low 998 4/8 / Close 1005 4/8 on 46k contracts. 

Crude Futures fell 72 cents, or 0.98 percent, to $73.10 a barrel, closing at the lowest price since July 6 against a stronger dollar. 

Gold Futures for December delivery fell 30 cents, or 0.02%, to $1,228.50 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange on light volume. 


Weekly Trading Zones 

S&P 500 Emini Futures / ES
1098/1099
1083/1084
1077/1078
1069/1070
1063/1064
1055/1056
1041/1042


Dow Emini Futures / YM
10,490
10,345
10,274
10,200
10,129
10,055
9,910


Weekly Trading Zones / Daily Review
I left the charts running with a humble observation on the screen as I dashed out to the airport. I pray it went well for you...      =)

S&P 500 Emini Futures / ES
Dow Emini Futures / YM


Pray Hard & Trade Safe!
CT

Saturday, August 21, 2010

Hindenburg Omen / Emini Futures Trading

JAMES MIEKKA, A BLIND ORACLE credited as the author of the Hindenburg Omen, a predictor of stock-market crashes that has been getting a lot of buzz, sold his stock positions last week. 

Miekka, 50, who lives in Homosassa Fl. much of the year, publishes the stock market newsletter Sudbury Bull & Bear Report from St. Petersburg and, in his personal moments, is an accomplished inventor and rifle marksman. Did we mention Miekka is also blind? And his suddenly pertinent investment indicator is now predicting a market meltdown in latter September.



The Omen was triggered Aug. 12, when new 52-week highs and lows exceeded 2.5% of issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange, the 50-day moving average rose and three other factors confirmed a confused market. It happened again on Friday, he says.

Longs may be forgiven for sweating their long positions over the weekend: not only did we just have a second, and far more solid Hindenburg Omen sighting Friday with 82 new highs, and 94 new lows, but today is the day when Iran launches its nuclear reactor, and everyone will be jumpy regarding any news out of the middle east. As for the H.O., the more validations we receive, the greater the confusion in the market, and the greater the possibility for a crash.




A quick refresher: One of the main criteria for the Hindenburg Omen is a negative reading in something called the McClellan Oscillator, which tracks the difference between the number of stocks moving higher vs. those moving lower. If the McClellan Oscillator stays positive, there's 
no Hindenburg Omen. 

Market experts suggest a grain-of-salt approach when interpreting the Hindenburg Omen. It's merely a sign that conditions might be right for a stock-market swoon, they say; it's not a predictor of such an event. As Tim McClellan of the McClellan Market Report wrote this week, "It's a warning sign and an investor should never use one piece of information." 

For Retirement Accounts and 401K's the option is to cinch up your truss and ride it out, or just go to cash like Jim Miekka. For short term Futures Traders it's a bit of a different story. From a historical perspective you may be about to witness a rare and extremely volatile period in the markets. No matter which way the river flows, volatility equals profits for those on the right side of the trade.

As an American who wishes nothing but the very best for our country, our economy, and yes even our President, I pray the Hindenburg does not ignite. However, if it does, rest assured our daily guests will be standing by to help you make the best of a very bad situation.



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Friday, August 20, 2010

Emini Futures Trading / Daily Recap Aug 20, 2010

(QQQQ)(DIA)(SPY)(GLD)
 
Friday August 20, 2010
U.S. stock index futures tumbled on Friday, following global markets lower as weaker than expected economic data released Thursday reinforced fears of a stalled recovery.
 
The S&P 500 benchmark index closed below its 50-day moving average on Thursday and fell today 3.94, or 0.4 percent, to 1,071.69. The Dow fell 57.59, or 0.6 percent, to 10,213.62, while the Nasdaq composite index rose 0.81, or 0.04 percent, to 2,179.76. About three stocks fell for every two that rose on the New York Stock Exchange, where volume came to 1.1 billion shares.
 
S&P 500 Futures opened this morning at 1070.25 trading in a narrow lackluster range to settle the day at 1071.00, on volume of 1.8m contracts.

Dow Futures opened at 10224 putting in an early high at 10228. Low of the day was 10127, on volume of 121k contracts. Settlement price was 10,202.

November Soybeans opened the day session at 1013 / High 1015 / Low 1000/ Close 1003 on 50k contracts down .89%.

Crude Futures declined to a six-week low Friday as worries deepened about the global recovery. Crude for September delivery, the front-month contract that expires today, lost 97 cents, or 1.3%, to $73.46 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

Gold Futures dropped Friday under pressure from a stronger dollar, but the metal remains near its seven-week high. The most actively traded gold contract, for December delivery, fell $6.60, or 0.5%, to settle at $1,228.80 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. 



“May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be pleasing to you, O LORD, my rock and my redeemer.”
Psalms 19:14

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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Emini Futures Trading / Daily Recap Aug 19, 2010

(QQQQ)(DIA)(SPY)(GLD)
Thursday August 19, 2010 
Unemployment claims rose to 500k as we suggested last Friday. Combined with disappointing  numbers from  the Philly Fed the Dow (DJI) fell 144.33 points to close at 10,271.21. The S&P 500 (SPX) lost 18.53 points to 1,075.63 with the Nasdaq (COMP) down 36.75 points to 2,178.95.
 
S&P 500 Futures popped on the open this morning to 1089.50 before rolling over, dropping all the way down to 1068.50. Settlement price was 1070.75 down 1.4% on increased volume of 2.4m contracts.

Dow Futures opened at 10350 putting in an early high at 10373. Low of the day was 10196, on increased volume of 149k contracts, down 1.14% on the session. Settlement price was 10,234.

November Soybeans in overnight electronic trading traded 4 1/4 cents higher at $10.35 per bushel.Open 1031 / High 1039 / Low 1006/ Close 1012 on 78k contracts.

Crude Futures fell for a second straight session on Thursday as weak U.S.economic data fueled concerns about demand in a stagnant economic recovery. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, September crude CLU0 fell 99 cents, or 1.31 percent, to settle at $74.43 a barrel, trading from $73.96 to $76.10.


Gold Futures closed higher on Thursday, hitting a seven-week high. Gold for December delivery up $4, or 0.3%, to $1,235.40 an ounce on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange. Prices hit an intraday high of $1,239.50 an ounce, but came off the highs as the dollar strengthened. 



 God's Love
“And I am convinced that nothing can ever separate us from God’s love. Neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither our fears for today nor our worries about tomorrow—not even the powers of hell can separate us from God’s love. No power in the sky above or in the earth below—indeed, nothing in all creation will ever be able to separate us from the love of God that is revealed in Christ Jesus our Lord.”
Romans 8:38-39

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November Soybeans


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CT