well i guess they can just gap up the overnight futures to achieve the price they want.
who needs the regular session anyway.
i park my green cash in tna not iwm
for 3X triple the pleasure in green land
swift move and swift swing trade for $$$
=== This has definitely been a frustrating place to be for both the bulls and the bears this year in small cap russell 2000. Sideways markets tend to be some of the most difficult to trade. But I think putting everything in perspective helps us formulate a game plan that we can execute as the market provides more information. For now it’s still a no-touch, but I promise you that the longer these consolidation take to resolve, the bigger the eventual move once a direction has been determined. So I think it’s worth pointing out now and then following closely. I believe a monster opportunity is coming soon.
I don't think the russel has much steam left. A lot of the stocks in it are junk.
I have pulled in a lot of cash in the last year or so but now its a ticking time bomb.
It will break through 110.00 soon I believe.
=== With the S&P500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average getting all the glory based on recent all-time highs, it’s the Small-cap Russell2000 that’s been struggling to reach that milestone. We’ve now been stuck in this range since the 4th quarter of last year. We’re not making lower lows, but we’re also not hitting higher highs. A frustrating sideways range is really the only way to describe the small-caps.
The chart shows the weekly candlesticks for the Russell 2000 Index. Notice the overhead supply near 1210 and downside support near 1080. This 140 point range representing the consolidation can either be a correction before the next leg higher, or a more complicated topping formation.
like the fierce sell-off in russell 2000
2 days ago -1.65% for a nice entry point
plowed 100% green cash in one portfolio
into this puppy for nice swing trade trip