If Friday’s employment situation report isn’t a surprise, then the market will be disappointed.
If it weren’t Friday, then would the open’s gap have retraced, like so many others before it?
If the past two sessions are any indication of expiration, then we could be in for a wild ride Friday.
If not for nervousness ahead of Sunday’s Crimea referendum, then Friday’s market could have declined sharply
This important technical development would confirm that a larger move lower may be at hand.
Here's a bar-by-bar breakdown of Friday's trading action in the E-mini S&P 500.
If three days leading up to Friday stretched the rubber band, then can Friday’s dip be considered a snap-back?
If Russian tanks don’t roll by Friday’s open, then the weekend could be greeted at new highs.
If the current rally is only temporary, then it should not have closed above Tuesday and Wednesday’s highs.
If Friday’s stock market rally had stopped trending up, then the price pattern’s alternative was to plunge.