Midweek Strategy for S&P 500 till end of Week

Midweek Strategy for S&P 500 till end of Week

 

The S&P 500 Futures are trading back to the level where I thought they would pull back to last Monday, the 2567 level and actually, the has market moved lower down to 2555 level. This is the 26-period moving average on the Ichimoku Cloud so looking for buyers to potentially come into the market here.  The close of the day on the S&P 500 is very important because we have to make sure that we close higher than the open to produce a bull bar where this will be the 5th straight day of having a higher close than open.

So in this video, I explore three ways to play the S&P 500 Futures to the long side between now and the end of the week and remember where there is volatility there is a trade opportunity.

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