Sunday, October 21, 2007

The crash of 1987

The WSJ has a nice interactive piece on the 1987 crash via an interactive chart with videos.
Check it-


An upside down look at the 13 Week Bill

See any similarities??? Draw your own conclusions, and here's another "TIP",,don't forget to look at volume on these products as well.

I like Technically speakings blog, he's got good analysis.

Also, TraderFeed finally put together a piece on long/short hedged strategies(ie long DIA/short IWM), something I've talked about for months. As you can see from my simulated account holdings, I have on the wrong position on YM/ER2 (positions should be reversed if I wanted to be actually making money)

As many of you smart investors and traders already know, the fed fund futures have priced in a 25bp cut for the upcoming meeting on Oct 31 (I never gave a HOOT about FFF when I first started trading, let alone knew what they were, but since I'm starting to analyze intermarket relationships more, I see this as a vital component in the stock/bond relationship). With the recent run up, what has been going on in these markets? Here is a breakdown from Friday with a couple of my own thoughts on the change in open interest in futures and option contracts.


Anonymous said...

What is your feeling on Monday? Is the market gonna crash hard on Monday?

HPT on 11:04 AM said...

I highly doubt it. Expecting Asia to open lower. the first hour will be vital to see if put holders exercise there positions, which again I highly doubt, because that would require alot of money, and it would be stupid to do so 1 week ahead of FOMC interest rate decision. Expecting a pullback in bonds and a small bounce in equities at the end of day on Monday.
We'll see!

Subscribe via email

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner


High Probability Trade. Copyright 2008 All Rights Reserved Revolution Two Church theme by Brian Gardner Converted into Blogger Template by Bloganol dot com