The day started out pleasantly enough, but the market has turned down, and I’m not sure any of the talking heads on TV have “guessed right” as to the reason
(s) why. My best guess is simple profit taking, combined with the failure of any movement in the Greek problem. In any event, I’m not thrilled with the way
the market is acting.
TOT daily traders are 400% long from SPX 2064. Raise your stop to SPX 2048. If not stopped out, close half the position at the market on the close and
carry the remaining half into Monday.
Have a great weekend, thanks for the opportunity to be of service, and I’ll email you again six hours before the start of Monday’s trading session.
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