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Emini Index Futures All Singing the Same Song
By Anna Coulling   
June 06, 2014

Yesterday was a seminal day for equity markets in the US, with all the major indices breaking through key technical levels, as the bullish momentum picked up speed once again, with the doom mongers left to wonder where it all went wrong...again!

European Market Outlook
By Eurex   
June 06, 2014

EURO-DOLLAR: The pair started today's session at $1.3660 and has since been holding above the 200-day moving average ($1.3651), but in a tight $1.3657 to $1.3666 range so far. Euro-dollar last at $1.3659, following the overnight slump to $1.3503 in the wake of the ECB rate cut decision.

Morning Prep: ES Breaks Out, Moving to Next Resistance Zone
By Jerry Simmons   
June 05, 2014

We will start off today by looking at action in the S&P500 market yesterday. After seeing consecutive doji candles earlier in the week, we finally saw a breakout to the upside in trading yesterday. We have now move above previous highs and should be looking for this market to continue upwards to its next resistance zone.

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Market Analysis Recap - Adapt to the Changing Market
By Marcello Arrambide   
June 05, 2014

In today's recap video, we will take a look at what occured in the S&P 500 and why it is important for traders to be able to adapt to the changing market dynamic. With the rapid influce of money from world governments, the markets can change very quickly and traders need to be on their toes.

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Putting Things Into Perspective with Monthly Market Charting
By Corey Rosenbloom   
June 05, 2014

Intraday traders often get caught off-guard by surprise movement that defies the logic of their chosen timeframe.

However, it only takes a moment to step up the perspective to the higher frame to get a sense of the bigger picture of what's going on and what's more important than an intraday chart pattern (or indicator signal).

Daily CME Market Study
By Dan Gramza   
June 05, 2014

In today's video, we will take a look back at several of the major markets. Starting with the stock indices, we see that these markets have been bullish over the past week. With ECB today, I would expect the stock indices to remain unchanged or move a little bit to the upside.

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