In a tale of 3 indexes, the S&P 500 has recouped the losses from Thursday’s settlement and President Trump’s midnight announcement of contracting Covid-19.
Feeling the necessity to trade isn’t good for your performance, period. 
U.S. benchmarks were sharply lower after an eventful evening and ahead of Nonfarm Payrolls data. House Democrats marginally passed a $2.2 trillion Covid-19 aid bill last night; the problem being, it does nothing to get a deal done.
Despite lower price action after the presidential debate, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi renewed a glimmer of hope early yesterday ahead of a self-imposed deadline tomorrow.
U.S. benchmarks are paring the week’s gains after a heated debate between President Trump and former Vice President Biden; we didn't expect anything less.
With tonight’s presidential debate in mind, U.S. benchmarks are peeling back from their overnight surge.
Each day on the European market opening Anthony Cheung, Sam North, and Amplify Trading gets you prepared for the trading day. They focus on relevant macroeconomic insights and trade idea generation for the global macro futures markets.
We have another strong Sunday night session on our hands and U.S. benchmarks are picking up right where they left off Friday.
The market profile isn't just another tool to help establish levels. It also helps you from falling out of sync with your market which causes the wrong trades to be taken or mis-timing of trades and mis-management of expectations.
U.S. benchmarks are again on their backfoot. All major sectors finished in the green yesterday except for healthcare.