No clear direction... just like when it seemed it was gaining momentum one way, it would falter and go the other way. My options indicator saved me a couple times from jumping in as it showed no definitive signals.
It is showing me that PUTS are about to become a sell, though currently they can be labeled as "buys", and inversely, CALLS are going to be bought up after they get a little cheaper. I'm thinking Monday is going to be some kind of bear trap, so I will look to close out my puts, or at the least, hedge more heavily with weekly calls next week.
unfortunately my indicators cannot take into account the after hours action since options (at least the ones I track, like SPY) aren't traded after about 4:15pm.... if it could, it would show PUT options now being valued more than what they were at the end of day, putting them in "sell" territory.... we'll see Monday, I guess.
...as I warned last week, I still believe there needs to be a bear trap first before the market can proceed to put in the euphoric top.... I know I cannot time the top--nobody can--so that's why I always advise protection with calls ...you just have to be prepared to ride any wave that appears until it becomes obvious its time to jump off.