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Emini S&P futures analysis for Feb 14


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Emini S&P [ES]

The Upside Story: We have squeezed higher from our measured move setups from last night and we are long the ES from 2746 even having taken some contracts off and holding (not trailing the balance position). If we hold 2757.50 into the open expect 2763.75 and above there appears unlikely today but we could scale up to 2771 if the bulls decide to make a showing.

The Downside Story: Failing to hold 2757.50 will find some support at 2753.50 initially and if the bulls are a no show, profit taking could push this lower to the overnight lows in the 2745.50 area. While heading below there for today appears unlikely but failure to hold that overnight low will have use finding secondary support at 2742 and below there is very nice support at 2735.75.

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