The Fix is IN

posted Oct 21, 2014, 9:29 AM by Katie Shook

Overnight futures jumped over 20 points on the ES — apparently in response to possible bond-buying by the ECB.  Bottom line:  Central Banking is the tail that’s wagging this dog…  still.

It looks like we’ll be in the 1915-ish range for the market today.   About 1921 is the key level;  a close above would signal a test of the 1930 level.  A close above 1930 could signal a reversal of fortune for this declining market…  Manipulation?  What manipulation…  said nobody ever.

Daily Digits

Daily Digits 10-21-14

Weekly Estimated Range

Weeklies 10-21-14

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