Bad time for good timing

S&P 500: Fresh highs wait, but still lack credibility.

 

Afternoon bias

 

MON afternoon signal (triggered at 1:20 ET) SPX ES
Bias-up: above 1956.00  1955.00
…would target 1961.75  1960.50
Bias-down: under 1950.75  1949.50
…would target 1943.75  1942.25
Signal status: waiting for trigger FAQ
 
  • At 1:20, trading above the bias-up signal or under the bias-down signal would put into play a test of its bias-up or bias-down target.
  • Not triggering either bias signal at 1:20 would be “no-bias,” and the bias signals should define the morning’s range. – A test of the opposite bias signal would be targeted if one bias signal was tested before triggering no-bias.
  • Touching the bias signal within 3 minutes either way of 1:20 would invoke a grace period through 1:30 to trigger a late signal. – “Late” signals don’t require testing the opposite bias signal, but it’s still likely.

Still testing the bias signal at 1:30 after invoking the grace period would trigger “non-bias,” with no bias influence.

 

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Rod David

Rod David develops analytical techniques that are designed to efficiently identify targets and turning points for any liquid stock or market in any time frame. He primarily analyzes S&Ps, generating several round-turn candidates daily. Rod publishes "Trading Plan" and more each session at the blog http://IfThenSignals.com.

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