The S&P 500 Futures are strong today after a huge selloff from highs to low yesterday. Yesterday was an interesting day because we made a new all-time high and sold off from those levels. Even though there was a sell-off yesterday, I am looking for this stock market to most likely grind higher between now and the end of the week and think the bears are going to get trapped if they tried to sell the close of the day yesterday.
In this video, I explore the three ways to get long the S&P 500 Futures depending on how much I think the futures can move up between now and the end of the week.
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