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5.31.11

Welcome back. That was quick wasn’t it? Just Case Schiller which is supposed to be dismal, Chicago Purchasing Manager’s Index at 9:45 and Consumer Confidence at 10. Over the weekend, policy makers have said that there will be some sort of solution for Greece by the end of June. On this, the EC is higher as are stocks almost everywhere. Gold is lower because of its slightly inverse relationship to the EC these days. Of course the end of the week brings the very eagerly awaited unemployment report as the labor sector has been sagging lately. Look for volatility to continue. Bank of Canada has a rate decision within minutes. Other than that, we have markets diverging.

Week of May 30 - June 03

Date ET Release For Actual Briefing.com Consensus Prior Revised From
May 31 09:00 Case-Shiller 20-city Index Mar -3.7% -3.4% -3.33%
May 31 09:45 Chicago PMI May 63.0 62.5 67.6
May 31 10:00 Consumer Confidence May 67.5 66.3 65.4
Jun 01 07:00 MBA Mortgage Index 05/27 NA NA +1.1%
Jun 01 07:30 Challenger Job Cuts May NA NA -5.0%
Jun 01 08:15 ADP Employment Change May 190K 170K 179K
Jun 01 10:00 ISM Index May 57.0 57.6 60.4
Jun 01 10:00 Construction Spending Apr -1.0% -0.5% 1.4%
Jun 01 15:00 Auto Sales Jun NA NA 4.73M
Jun 15:00 Truck Sales Jun NA NA 5.38M
Date ET Release For Actual Briefing.com Consensus Prior Revised From
01
Jun 02 08:30 Initial Claims 05/28 400K 413K 424K
Jun 02 08:30 Continuing Claims 05/21 3700K 3688K 3690K
Jun 02 08:30 Productivity-Rev. Q1 1.6% 1.6% 1.6%
Jun 02 08:30 Unit Labor Costs-Rev. Q1 1.0% 0.9% 1.0%
Jun 02 10:00 Factory Orders Apr -2.0% -1.0% 3.4% 3.0%
Jun 02 11:00 Crude Inventories 05/28 NA NA 616K
Jun 03 08:30 Nonfarm Payrolls May 175K 185K 244K
Jun 03 08:30 Nonfarm Private Payrolls May 190K 220K 268K
Jun 03 08:30 Unemployment Rate May 9.1% 9.0% 9.0%
Jun 03 08:30 Hourly Earnings May 0.1% 0.2% 0.1%
Jun 03 08:30 Average Workweek May 34.3 34.3% 34.3
Jun 03 10:00 ISM Services May 53.5 53.3 52.8

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

Legend

P is Positive

N is Negative

PRD is Potential Reversal Day

S2 is strong support

S1 is good support

DS is Daily Support

DR is Daily Resistance

R1 is Good Resistance

R2 is Strong Resistance

Levels are for the most active futures contract

Daily Support and Resistance

Some of these numbers are badly skewed due to Monday’s holiday when some markets were closed, others open

Trend S2 S1 DS DR R1 R2

Emini S+P P 1290.50 1310 1325 133.8.50 1342.5 1353.50
Emini Naz P 2257 2295 2323 2347 2257 2380.50
Yen P 120.80 122.57 122.50 123.53 124.57 125.40
EC PRD 138.40 140.50 141.60 144.08 143.90 145.14
10 Year P 122.10 12303 123.27 124.05 124.10 124.25
30 Year P 124.04 125.0 125.0 126.08 126.13 126.30
Soybeans PRD 13.485 13.642 13.65 14.01 13.966 14.136
Corn P 7.05 7.317 7.46 7.646 7.80 8.015
August Gold P 1456.6 1485.0 1533.2 1543.4 1529.4 1545.4
July Silver P 32.56 35.29 37.76 38.71 39.80 41.57
July Copper P 386.50 402.5 413.4 422 426.6 435.16
July Crude N 94.14 97.44 99.72 101.46 103.22 105.20

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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