Strategy for the S&P 500 until End of the Week

Strategy for the S&P 500 until End of the Week

 

Looking for the S&P 500 Futures to move higher between now and the end of the week as the market is in a clear technical Bull Channel. Not really looking to jump in right now as the S& P 500 Futures have rallied from open to close, 7 of the last 8 days so more inclined to look for pullbacks.  What looks like a good potential support area would be the 2567 area as this is the 26-period moving average using the Ichimoku Cloud. Again not looking to get long the market now but rather on pullbacks.  

This video explores three possible trades that could be considered if the market does get a pullback as we anticipate.

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