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Carlsquare weekly market letter: Fed speech windfall in option expirations week

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Carlsquare Weekly market letter

  • No less than 14 Fed speakers lined up this week, all with the gun to move the market, including Jerome Powell on Friday
  • The market is still locked in a tight range, building energy. The options expiration this week may give the market a reason to continue in a tight range. Next week may show the true nature of the trend
  • Below is the Max Pain for this Friday’s S&P 500. The Max Pain, or Max Pain price, is the strike price of the most open options contracts (i.e., puts and calls).


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Carlsquare weekly market letter: Fed speech windfall in option expirations week