Es Morning Trade
Review of Monday's Es Trading
In Monday morning's trade notes I pointed to the fact that the Es was still trapped within the confines of last Tuesday's selloff lows and Thursday's rebound highs, and after more than 6½ hours of regular-session trading, very little changed. The Es opened the session slightly beneath 1374.25 (which also happened to be the top of Monday's expected range), and from that opening level it was only a matter of minutes before supply overwhelmed the market and the bid side of the equation completely fell apart. I've frequently discussed the dangers of buying into an upside gap after a weak close, but I suspect the degree to which demand evaporated in the first 60 minutes of trading caught even bearish traders off guard....558 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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