Russell Rebalances

Today Russell Rebalances!!! I hope they will let me trade them for the first time in my life., let's see what will happen. On 29 June 2009 the rebalanced Russell index (Russell Global Index, Russell 1000 ® pointer, Russell 2000 ® Russell Index 3000 ® and Russell Microcap ® Index) will go into effect and will remain in effect for the next 12 month period. The newly recreated indices take effect after the US stock markets close on Friday, 26 June, 2009. The Russell Investment Group will use NYSE NYSE closing price on NYSE and Amex listing, added to the index. Promotions that add, remove – LIST All Stocks in the Russell Index 3000 – LIST Description can be viewed HERE Rough translation and Summary :

MOC in the style of Bear Stearns

Yesterday (1 June 2009) come out buy MOC, everything is as usual. Everything is slowly going up, but for 5 minutes before the close, a huge seller comes in and just pushes JPM down by 1 dollars. And after him the whole market goes down, there was nothing to be done in time. I was very lucky, what i didn't do, but who was in Long had to be tight. Bear Stearns did this last time, when I turned over all the Imbalances and buried everyone with prints.

Day Trader Trading Styles

Range Breakout (Range break) This is the simplest and most common trading technique.. All a trader needs is find the range (base, consolidation, flat) and wait for it to break through in any direction. Trader doesn't care, in which direction the range will be broken. It is important for him to enter when the range breaks. Pattern Breakout (Breaking through the pattern (graphic figure)) In technical analysis of prices, there is a concept of a graphical figure or pattern. These figures include: triangle, flag, pennant, double bottom or top and so on. When a pattern is clearly formed on the chart, the trader will wait for the price to exit this pattern and start opening a position.

Trade imbalances on the NYSE (Imbalances)

Market On Close (MOC) order is an order, which can be sent during the day during the trading session, but will be executed in the last trade at close. Throughout the trading day, exchanges accumulate MOC orders and bring them together in the last trade (print) trading day. Closer to the close of the main trading session in highly liquid stocks, it often happens that large sellers and buyers have not been able to fully fulfill their daily orders. No later than twenty minutes before the close of the exchange, they, according to the rules of the exchange, place a public order to buy or sell large packages, which can be hundreds of thousands, or even millions of shares. This order is executed in the last seconds of the market and is included in the final exchange trades., often causing little additional movement towards the order. According to the rules, such orders go to news for specific promotions, and traders can see it. Traders, working on this strategy, open their positions on the side of large orders and …

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