Of the 11 symbols that made it to the finals, all were confirmed as they continued to trade outside of their 20-day price channels. However, the four that had given bear signals have insufficient open interest on their options for use in putting together a position. And the seven that had given bull signals all have bearish charts. (See "Friday's Prospects".)
The result is that I have nothing I can trade, or even analyze further, from among the symbols that gave bull or bear signals on Thursday.
I am again running my analysis. It won't be complete in time for today's session, but I'll do further analysis of Thursday's market session over the weekend for potential action on Monday.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, Sept. 12, 2014
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