Thursday, April 14th, 2016

Stock Futures S&P 500 Technical Analysis Bullish Premarket Trading Nasdaq 100


www.StockMarketFunding.com Live Premarket Stock Market Training on Breaking Economic News, Stock Futures Gaps on AMZN, GOOG, AAPL, NFLX, PCLN, CME, FSLR, WYNN, BIDU, TNA, MA, FCX, QLD, POT, VMW, DE, CLF, GS, AGU, APC, CMG, IWM, SSO, V, X, SNDK, RIMM, COP, RIG. We’re seeing a reversal after yesterday’s end of day sell off off the highs. We’ll be watching the intraday trading ranges to see what trends do as we trade higher into resistance. In this stock market technical analysis 2010 trading video we cover the S&P 500 “SPY” ETF Support & Resistance Levels for the “stock market today”. We have RTP Rio Tinto which has been strong, we’ll be looking to trade the stock at the lower levels on pull backs. The QQQQ has some nice premarket momentum and we’ll see what the volume does on the opening bell. Housing numbers were better than expected as KB Home Common Stock popped 6.5% after posted better than expected earnings as their 3rd-quarter loss narrows. Futures for the S&P 500 are at morning highs. The strength of premarket action has helped improve tone of trade in Europe, where Germany’s DAX is now up 1.0% after it was in the red for most of the morning. Advancing issues now outnumber decliners by 2-to-1 with Adidas, Daimler (DAI), and BMW out in front of the action. As for data, Germany’s Import Price Index for August increased 0.2% after a 0.2% decline in July. General Electric Company (GE) and Newcom Group to jointly explore business opportunities in Mongolia. Motorola

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3 Responses to “Stock Futures S&P 500 Technical Analysis Bullish Premarket Trading Nasdaq 100”
  1. StockMarketFunding says:

    @MisterE103 that’s exactly right! IV is such a gimmick and they use it well, especially the 3rd week of trading. They also have these crappy weekly contracts that never pay.

  2. MisterE103 says:

    You know who really made money, the crooks who inflated the IV to astronomical levels and then sold calls and puts to the retail guy. They’re all going to get flushed at the open.

  3. OptionsSchool says:

    Nice analysis, retail fund managers are getting all excited to finally buy the home builders

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