For FullyInformed Members here is the Stock Market Outlook intraday chart analysis to 11:15 AM on Oct 31 2016.
With oil futures falling 2.36% to $47.55 this morning, many investors might say the market is holding up nicely this morning. Friday brings us the October jobs report and next week we see the election results. This could be either a bumpy ride this week or a sideways pattern for the rest of the week.
Looking at the rise in the VIX index this morning, it would appear the market maker believes it will be a bumpy road.
This morning’s stock market outlook reviews the past 5 days of S&P action and discusses the market direction, what momentum is advising investors and the market breadth to 11:10 along with trading advice and more notes on protecting portfolios and profiting from any dip lower.
Stock Market Outlook – Morning Oct 31 2016
The remainder of the morning stock market outlook intraday chart analysis is for FullyInformed Members.
Stock Market Outlook – Morning Intraday Chart Analysis – Oct 31 2016
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