Bill Baruch is president and founder of both Blue Line Futures, a futures and commodities brokerage firm, and Blue Line Capital, an RIA. He has more than a decade of trading experience and works with clients of all shapes and sizes. Mr. Baruch focuses on developing trading strategies that present a clear objective for both long-term and short-term trading approaches. He is a featured expert on CNBC, Bloomberg, and The Wall Street Journal, as well as other top-tier publications.
E-mini S&P and E-mini NQ futures finished well yesterday by digging out of session lows but turned lower overnight, states Bill Baruch of BlueLineFutures.com.
It is the final day of February, a month that has given everyone a little something, states Bill Baruch of BlueLineFutures.com.
The E-mini S&P and E-mini NQ futures incurred fresh selling pressures overnight, led by Asia with the Hang Seng -1.7% and hitting the lowest level since the second trading session of the year, states Bill Baruch of BlueLineFutures.com.
The barrage of economic data continues today with January Retail Sales front and center, along with fresh February NY Empire State Manufacturing, states Bill Baruch of BlueLineFutures.com.
Central banks unleashed massive liquidity. Join Bill Baruch, president and founder of Blue Line Futures, to discover what's next.