Midday Internal Snapshot
With all the attention Hoofy is paying the cattle today, it must be the weekend already.
MV Factoid: The CME was the first exchange to trade a contract on a living animal - Live Cattle futures. The contract opened on November 30, 1964, at $24.00 with a volume of 117 contracts. Current contract specs show that if you were to take delivery of 1 contract it would weigh approx. 40,000lbs ~ Chicago Mercantile Ex.(CME)
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Green up arrow = Bullish
Red down arrow = Bearish
Black sideways arrow = Neutral
CBOE Volitility Index:
Equity Put/Call ratio:
Index Put/Call ratio:
Market Breadth: above 1 is bullish; below 1 is bearish - ie. 3 = 3 to 1 bullish, .33 = 3 to 1 bearish.
TRIN(ARMS): indicator arrow based on a 10day moving average. a 10 day m.a. greater than 1 indicates a weakening market whereas a reading below 1 indicates a strengthening market.
Spanning the globe: the largest % mover(gainer or decliner) in the world. *some third world markets that are deemed too illiquid may not be selected.
Commodity Oddity: the largest % mover(gainer or decliner) in the CRB index(see CRB index or Commodity for more.)
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