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In basketball, when a player shoots for the hoop but misses – no backboard, no rim, no net – it’s called an air ball. On that shot, there’s nothing between the player's hands and the floor but air. That can and does happen frequently in the NASDAQ. Of course, these sudden moves can be seen in other markets, as well. But in the S&Ps, these air balls usually account for moves of just two to six handles. In the NASDAQ, an air ball can be as many as 20 handles, and sometimes 30 handles – or even more.
Your commentaries have been a blessing for my trading! I do have a question about Week Four's Lesson. Can you give me more information about Program Trading at 2:40 and 2:20 central and how to figure out which direction it will be moving? Thanks, any information you can give me will be greatly appreciated! LJB: First of all, congratulations to you for surviving more than one year as a daytrader. For all the traders I’ve trained and backed over the years (and in my own early days, for that matter), the first year is the hardest.
The second limit, as we stated above, would be –184. Now, the smart trader would be watching the cash and individual stocks, especially the top five (although, as we stated, we paid far less attention to Intel than the others). The first key in Friday’s action was that the NASDAQ futures did NOT open at the second limit, even though the cash was –195 at the time. In fact, a premium was being created in the futures market, as we opened nearly 90 points above the cash market – even though fair value was about 50.