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The charts, graphs and comments in my Trading Blog represent my technical analysis and observations of a variety of world markets...
* Major World Market Indices * Futures Markets * U.S. Sectors and ETFs * Commodities * U.S. Bonds * Forex

DISCLAIMER: All the information contained within my posts are my opinions only and none of it may be construed as financial or trading advice...
please read my full Disclaimer at this link.


...If the dots don't connect, gather more dots until they do...




* Wed. March 21 @ 2:00 pm ET ~ FOMC Announcement + FOMC Forecasts + @ 2:30 pm ET ~ Fed Chair Press Conference
* Fri. March 30 ~ U.S. markets closed for Good Friday Holiday
* Fri. April 6 @ 8:30 am ET ~ Employment Data
* Wed. April 11 @ 8:30 am ET ~ MoM & YoY CPI & Core CPI Data
* Wed. April 11 @ 2:00 pm ET ~ FOMC Meeting Minutes
* Wed. April 18 @ 2:00 pm ET ~ Beige Book Report
* Wed. May 2 @ 2:00 pm ET ~ FOMC Announcement
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Candy Matheson: Blogger and retired Russell 2000 E-mini Futures Day Trader

I was first introduced into the world of trading when I (along with my now-late husband) took an options course in Porlock, England in 1997...it involved buying options on the FTSE 100 Index.

The instructor was a Scottish fellow named Jock. He was very amusing and quite perceptive...during the 3-day course, he said that my hubby's strength was in entry timing and mine was in exits. Jock's view of our trading styles held true...I'm still working on fine-tuning potential entry points as I continue to observe and write about the markets.

My hubby was my trading partner up until his passing in 2011, and I've dedicated my Blog to him...he was a great inspiration and my soul-mate.

The charts and comments in my Blog represent my technical analysis and observations of a variety of markets -- Major World Market Indices -- Futures Markets -- U.S. Sectors & ETFs -- Commodities -- U.S. Bonds -- Forex.

I'm also a contributing writer to:


The behaviour of markets is a
triple-faceted reflection of the behaviour of:
each individual,
collective mankind,
and the universe.
Your trading results reflect your level of awareness and interpretation of
any and all of those influences during the moments leading up to entry and exit of each trade.