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The big number will come at the end of the week with the release of the unemployment number

Top Day Recommendations

3.05

For a Monday, we do have eco releases. Not the norm. Factory orders and Institute for Supply Management both out at 10. Of course, the big number will come at the end of the week with the release of the unemployment number. Many are now leaning towards a better than expected number.

Overnight, a downward revision of growth estimates by China induced some equity market selling; this has already started to reverse itself ahead of the 10 am numbers.

Week of March 05 - March 09

Date ET Release For Actual Briefing.com Briefing.com Prior Revised
          Forecast Consensus   From
Mar 10:00 Factory Orders Jan   -2.3% -1.9% 1.1%  
05    
               
Mar 10:00 ISM Services Feb   57.0 56.0 56.8  
05    
               
Mar 07:00 MBA Mortgage Index 03/03   NA NA -0.3%  
07    
               
Mar 08:15 ADP Employment Feb   250K 220K 170K  
07 Change    
             
Mar 08:30 Productivity-Rev. Q4   0.8% 0.9% 0.7%  
07    
               
Mar 08:30 Unit Labor Costs - Q4   1.1% 1.1% 1.2%  
07 Rev    
             
Mar 10:30 Crude Inventories 03/03   NA NA 4.160M  
07    
               
Mar 15:00 Consumer Credit Jan   $10.0B $13.4B $19.3B  
07    
               
Mar 07:30 Challenger Job Cuts Feb   NA NA 38.9%  
08    
               
Mar 08:30 Initial Claims 03/03   355K 355K 351K  
08    
               
Mar 08:30 Continuing Claims 02/25   3450K 3405K 3402K  
Date ET Release For Actual Briefing.com Briefing.com Prior Revised
          Forecast Consensus   From
08                
Mar 08:30 Nonfarm Payrolls Feb   250K 207K 243K  
09    
               
Mar 08:30 Nonfarm Private Feb   275K 220K 257K  
09 Payrolls    
             
Mar 08:30 Unemployment Rate Feb   8.3% 8.3% 8.3%  
09    
               
Mar 08:30 Hourly Earnings Feb   0.2% 0.2% 0.2%  
09    
               
Mar 08:30 Average Workweek Feb   34.5 34.5 34.5  
09    
               
Mar 08:30 Trade Balance Jan   -$48.0B -$48.1B -  
09   $48.8B  
             
Mar 10:00 Wholesale Inventories Jan   0.6% 0.6% 1.0%  
09    
               

MARKET PLACE

Numbers are good up until the close of business today. These are strictly technical in nature, not fundamentally based or biased.

Legend

U is Up

D is Down

PRD is Potential Reversal Day

S2 is Weekly strong support

S1 is Weekly good support

DS is Daily Support

DR is Daily Resistance

R1 is Weekly Good Resistance

R2 is Weekly Strong Resistance

Levels are for the most active futures contract

Daily Support and Resistance

  Trend WS2 WS1 DS DR WR1 WR2
             
               
Mar U 1342 1355.50 1358.2 1375.50 1379.50 1390.50
    5      
ES            
             
Mar U 2552. 2598.00 2625.0 2651.50 2669.50 2695.50
    0      
Nasdaq   50        
             
Mar D 120.2 121.26 121.81 123.77 124.11 125.97
           
Yen   7          
             
Mar D 129.9 131.03 130.96 132.97 133.93 135.92
4          
EC            
             
june 10 U 129.1 130.09 130.21 131.20 131.28 132.21
6          
Year            
             
               
june 30 D 137.1 139.12 140.19 142.08 143.24 146.09
7          
Year            
             
May U 12.57 12.95 13.21 13.38 13.51 13.705
           
Soybea              
ns              
May U 6.21 6.38 6.49 6.61 6.665 6.78
           
Corn              
April U 16.26. 1669.60 103.94 108.55 1773.9 1835.4
8          
Gold            
             
May D 31.64 33.21 33.63 35.26 36.96 39.15
           
Silver              
May U 373 382 385 393 397 404
           
Copper              
April U 101.5 104.04 103.94 108.55 109.75 113.00
           
Crude   8          
             
               

N.B.: if you initiate a trade using ANY of these numbers use a STOP at least equivalent to 2 ½%. Repeat: use Stops. Don’t think about using Stops.

Use Stops. Some find it appropriate to look at the margin requirement and use that as a Stop or if it’s a steep initial requirement, use half. But whatever you do, stop thinking about any other alternative and use Stops.

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Futures trading entails considerable risk and is not for everyone. An account can lose more than its initial investment.

Stops are not necessarily filled at the stop level. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.

Charles Kespert

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