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Type: Index Future
Underlying: S&P 500
  • Prev. Close: 2,711.50
  • Open: 2,713.75
  • Day's Range: 2,710.00 - 2,729.75
S&P 500 2,724.25 +12.75 +0.47%
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Prev. Close2,711.5
MonthMar 18
Tick Size0.25
Open2,713.75
Contract Size$50 x Index Price
Tick Value12.5
Day's Range2,710 - 2,729.75
Settlement TypeCash
Base SymbolES
52 wk Range2,317.75 - 2,878.5
Settlement Day03/16/2018
Point Value1 = $50
1-Year Change15.12%
Last Rollover Day12/10/2017
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 NameSymbolLastChg. %Vol.Time
 BetaPro S&P 500 2x Daily BearHSD4.28-1.72%359.23K13:02:00 
 iShares Core S&P 500 (CAD Hedged)XSP30.94+0.88%139.93K13:03:00 
 BMO SP 500ZSP38.01+0.37%121.32K12:58:00 
 BetaPro S&P 500 2x Daily BullHSU52.94+1.53%29.87K13:02:00 
 iShares Core S&P 500XUS43.08+0.26%14.87K12:45:00 
 BMO SP 500 USDZSPu30.11+0.94%13.04K13:04:00 
 Vanguard SP 500 CAVFV61.38+0.29%7.90K12:44:00 
 Vanguard SP 500 CAD hedgedVSP47.96+0.78%4.51K12:47:00 

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Bullish Engulfing 15 2 Feb 23, 2018 12:45
Three Outside Down 15 3 Feb 23, 2018 12:30
Three Outside Up 30 4 Feb 23, 2018 11:00
Engulfing Bearish 15 4 Feb 23, 2018 12:15
Bullish Engulfing 30 5 Feb 23, 2018 10:30

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Ross Edwards
Ross Edwards Feb 08, 2018 5:05 GMT
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Hard for you to comprehend yet you still have a strong opinion on it...$20 trillion is nothing. the USA will  produce $25 trillion of gdp by 2020.Inflation is designed to inflate out of debt.
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John are Dec 21, 2017 21:06 GMT
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It’s hard for me to comprehend the height of the US markets and no one saying or writing about the depth of 20 trillion plus and now add on the new tax relief for the ????. Is there’s something wrong my logic, must be!!
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Claude Vachon Dec 21, 2017 15:45 GMT
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You know what I don't get. The markets go up and up and up.. and it's like the roaring 20's all over again.. and how did that end.. people - jumping off of bridges and buildings.. could not cope to only loose $ - what would be the effect today.. all time hight now where the most highest % of the populous in the markets. More have more to loose today than ever.. How tough people were in the 20's -- short answer a lot more tough than today by a large margin.. today were mostly spoiled.. any market collapse today.. wow.. it would be like the end of the world..Are National debt's world wide is at at peek -all time high's. --too me this sounds like a shell game.. yet the markets are up at all time highs.. Can't go forever.. some day.. it's going to collapse...Do you see the problem here.. I do so clearly.. yet the game continues.. .Insane times.. that ((always)) ends BAD. Look at history to confirm this.. time and time again..
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