OPEX Intraday MSP Projections

OPEX Inflection Point? Friday Intraday Projections

This week's options expiration activity matched 20-year expectations for market structure production. With strong rally shown in red starting at around 11 AM. The data shown below is specific to options expiration week behavior. So far, options expiration Friday is following the market structure projection normals, which are indicated by the red projection on the chart below. Normally, acceleration occurs in the 2 PM area specifically in the last hour and a half of options expiration Friday. In this case, the edge is for a down in reaction. However, take note that in strong bear market moves where options expiration has been proceeded by. A weakness the last hour and a half to two hours of the Friday expiration can be a relatively sharp upwards reaction. This is not expected today, as our desperate and panicked central bankers have done a fine job of messing up the best-planned option positions into this week.

As a note, yesterday was a very unusual day with the tools triggering the equivalent of the strongest buying efforts in the last 15 to 20 years. This registered with a 100% percentile X-Tick and a breakout over this emotional buying extreme for one of the strongest buying panics and buying capitulations that we have witnessed. This was truly extraordinary if not a bit shocking, especially given the limited amount of cash that flowed into the market yesterday. Generally, mcm expectations for this week were for a consolidation week from last week's highs followed by a further upward bias grind into early November. Yesterday's buying panic, however, especially when combined the pending low expected in the dollar, sets up the risk markets for some significant headwinds. Though edges into November in the equity markets are positive, probabilities favor day-to-day weakness with large spikes interspersed between – most likely triggered by hyperbole from our central planning contingent.

OPEX Intraday MSP Projections

OPEX Intraday MSP Projections

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