I entered a wager on short @ the closing minutes on NQ 2103. As mention previously, I believe Monday would be a highly likely day for any major pullback to happen (ok I'm tempted to say crash). My opinion is based on G20 talks. Unless they report of chairs being thrown at each other during the meeting...
Your trades have been right on the money lately. I wouldn’t argue with someone that has the hot hand.
I believe that the Forex is where the epic center is. Currency is the tail that’s wagging the dog right now. Yes, yes, if the dog was smart… Anyway, this led to debate of the validity of technical indicators during a period like this.
According to Reuters, there was pressure on the United States on quantitative easing that has flooded the banking sector and pushed hot money into emerging markets. The communiqué stressed the responsibility of countries with reserve currencies, i.e. the United States, to be "vigilant against excess volatility and disorderly". Countries such as Germany publicly criticized U.S. policy, suggesting tensions remain.
According to my Asia source, one of the major concerns in Asia is the “hot money” (aka short-term speculative capital inflow) that’s currently flooding their systems. Governments in these emerging markets have been monitoring this very closely; they are under tremendous pressure from their legislators to prevent another Asia financial crisis similar to that of the 1990s.
Under the above mentioned premise, anything’s possible.