last:  4,114.25  +25.25  (+0.62 %) BULL 10 range envelopes   last range signal  
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  timestamp:  April 9, 2021  4:54 pm    short-term    
  range:  4,081.00 to 4,121.50   intermediate    
  volume (avg):  1,033,334  (1,539,117)   long-term    
                 
 
trend stop/reverse trend start trend start date net change last signal
short-term 4,081.00 3,909.50 26-Mar-21 +5.24 % TODAY
intermediate 4,021.00 3,870.75 10-Mar-21 +6.29 % TODAY
long-term 3,710.75 3,226.50 25-Sep-20 +27.51 % 31-Mar-21

E-mini S&P 500 Futures is rated BULL 10, the most bullish multitrend classification. A fully-bullish market will trade above rising short-term trend support, which is currently at 4,081.00. Trends in all timeframes remain up above that line.

A top spotter signal was invalidated April 8, 2021. There are no existing top or bottom spotter signals.

 The short-term timeframe is currently in play.  (Click the 'Short-term' tab above to see detailed intratrend signals and charting).

The chart to the right displays the current daily price bar along with color-coded lines (green is bullish, red is bearish) representing the three primary trends (ST=short-term, IT=intermediate, LT=long-term). The blue dashed line indicates the previous closing price.

   long-term strategy stop target
  HOLD existing position 3,710.75 No resistance above
A range top breakout into new long-term highs territory for E-mini S&P 500 Futures (ES) occurred at 3,949.50 on March 31, 2021.

A trailing stop should now be moved higher to 3,710.75 to lock in accrued profit and/or to exit on a bearish reversal below that line for an existing long position. There is no long-term resistance detected above the current price of 4,114.25! Keep an eye on the 'last range envelope signal' below for a counter-trend pullback alert (to potentially take at least partial profit on an existing long position).

The long-term trend for E-mini S&P 500 Futures turned bullish at 3,226.50 on September 25, 2020. Net change to date is +887.75 (+27.51 %). The recommended strategy is to buy only when a favorable risk/reward ratio is present, and to sell partial positions to lock in profits as upside targets are achieved. System trading bias would switch from bullish to bearish on a cross below 3,710.75

risk/reward ratio: -9.81% risk (to stop/reverse line) versus unknown potential gain
ideal entry zone:  to 3710.75 (currently outside)

• last range envelope signal: noneon

*The long-term timeframe is of particular interest for investors, who are typically looking for a successful trade to be held for a period of months to years.

   intermediate strategy stop target
  HOLD existing position 4,021.00 No resistance above
The intermediate stop/reverse line for E-mini S&P 500 Futures (ES) was moved up to 4,021.00 TODAY to follow the bullish trend higher. Move your trailing stop up to that line now to lock in accrued profit on an existing long position.

A trailing stop should now be moved higher to 4,021.00 to lock in accrued profit and/or to exit on a bearish reversal below that line for an existing long position. There is no intermediate resistance detected above the current price of 4,114.25! Keep an eye on the 'last range envelope signal' below for a counter-trend pullback alert (to potentially take at least partial profit on an existing long position).

The intermediate trend for E-mini S&P 500 Futures turned bullish at 3,870.75 on March 10, 2021. Net change to date is +243.50 (+6.29 %). The recommended strategy is to buy only when a favorable risk/reward ratio is present, and to sell partial positions to lock in profits as upside targets are achieved. System trading bias would switch from bullish to bearish on a cross below 4,021.00

risk/reward ratio: -2.27% risk (to stop/reverse line) versus unknown potential gain
ideal entry zone:  to 4021 (currently outside)

• last range signal: none

*The intermediate timeframe is the domain of the swing trader, who expects a successful trade setup to generally unfold over a period of weeks to months.

   short-term strategy stop target
  HOLD existing position 4,081.00 No resistance above
The short-term stop/reverse line for E-mini S&P 500 Futures (ES) was moved up to 4,081.00 TODAY to follow the bullish trend higher. Move your trailing stop up to that line now to lock in accrued profit on an existing long position.

A trailing stop should now be moved higher to 4,081.00 to lock in accrued profit and/or to exit on a bearish reversal below that line for an existing long position. There is no short-term resistance detected above the current price of 4,114.25! Keep an eye on the 'last range envelope signal' below for a counter-trend pullback alert (to potentially take at least partial profit on an existing long position).

The short-term trend for E-mini S&P 500 Futures turned bullish at 3,909.50 on March 26, 2021. Net change to date is +204.75 (+5.24 %). The recommended strategy is to buy only when a favorable risk/reward ratio is present, and to sell partial positions to lock in profits as upside targets are achieved. System trading bias would switch from bullish to bearish on a cross below 4,081.00

risk/reward ratio: -0.81% risk (to stop/reverse line) versus unknown potential gain
ideal entry zone:  to 4081 (currently outside)

• last range signal: none

*The short-term timeframe is the realm of the speculator, encompassing trade setups that are generally held from a single day to several weeks.

   
   
   
   
   
   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
       

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