Futures Power Rankings – SIX Opportunities

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Futures Power Rankings – SIX Opportunities

11-30-2015

After sitting on the sidelines for the last two weeks, the Power Rankings come back strong after the Thanksgiving Holiday.

This week, the Power Rankings have six trade suggestions. Each with approximately $450.00 risk or less and a potential objective of $700.00 to $1540.00. Taking all six, a client would have to risk about $2,131.50 total with the potential return of $5,187.50.   The best risk reward scenarios are the Crude and the ES.

For Trade Recommendations associated with the Power Rankings, click here or call your broker. If you’re not yet working with an Index representative, call 800-376-0810 to get started.

 11-30-2015

Legend:

[  ] – Associated Trade Recommendation

[  ] – Market was UP
[  ] – Market was DOWN
VDO – Last Week’s Price Volatility in dollar terms; or Volatility Dollar Opportunity
              (click here for more on the VDO)
Bias – This Week’s Bias
Rank – Based on VDO
Volatility – Last Week’s Price Volatility
PowerRankingBiasArrows

Previously on the Futures Power Rankings:

10/26 – USDA Report Generates Huge Moves

10/12 – Celebrating One Year

10/5 – Metals Back in Focus off Employment Data

 

 

 

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