Rollover In US Stock Index Futures & Support and Resistance Levels 6.10.2021
Posted By:- Ilan Levy-Mayer Vice President, Cannon Trading Futures Blog
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Tomorrow, June 10th is rollover day in US stock index futures.
Starting tomorrow many traders will start trading the SEPTEMBER contract rather than the JUNE contract.
Symbol for Sept. is U.
The rollover period will be complete by next Friday when June contracts expire into cash.
Here are a few pointers from Austin Lachapelle, Cannon Trading Broker:
With the volume looking to change in the equity indices my recommendation is to make sure you are trading strategies on larger time-frames till the end of this week. If using volume indicators be more cautious on the data that has been gathered. The June contract will start rolling into the September tomorrow. I recommend switching your charts and trading to the September month by days end. Be a little more cautious on the close Thursday and Friday as larger players will begin to sell the June and could possibly be more cautious when buying the September at these levels.
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Futures Trading Levels
Tomorrows levels published today will still show June contract until the Sept. volume is higher.
To get the Sept. levels do the following:
Substract 9 points for the Sept. ES
Substract 95 points for the Sept. YM
Substract 10 points for the Sept. NQ
Economic Reports, source:
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