Some of you have asked why R Option does not open positions; Long term subscribers have experience similar stages. Patience is key and current market readings tell me to stay out.
I can help you to better understand the system. On one hand, we have strong sellers in key stocks that are not able to push main stocks lower because buyers are showing up in the afternoon. A good example is AAPL which represent a significant % of NDX and SPX, review the chart. Today buyers did not show up in AAPL but they did in the NQ and SP500.
Furthermore, from the 700+ equities I follow around the world there are key stocks weaker than AAPL. One of two things will happen:
A. Sellers take control and we move lower globally. And R Option will try to enter at a lower price at a spike of VIX. Some data I have pricing VIX at 15.
B. Sellers run out of bullets and we enter back in range to target new highs again. And R Option will enter at a higher prices.
At this moment, we are at 100% in cash with R Option.
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TY. Excellent communication Mario No position is a position imo. Number one concern is always to conserve capital..
I am glad to help.
Writing and sharing my views helps, specially when I get valuable feedback from experienced profesionals who disagree strongly with me.
Dow Jones is positive and NQ negative, SP500 flat, maybe I am missing something but AAPL is having 5 days in a row with negative price action.
If those sellers are going to win, they are very smart.