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Day-trading position (our opinion): Short positions if the S&P 500 E-Mini futures (ES.F) move to 2798 with profit target at 2764 and stop-loss order at 2835.
Day-trading position (our opinion): Short positions if the Nasdaq 100 E-Mini futures (NQ.F) move to 8563 with profit target at 8460 and stop-loss order at 8685.
Day-trading position (our opinion): Short positions if the Platinum futures (PL.F) move to 800.30 with profit target at 770.80 and stop-loss order at 813.50.
Day-trading position (our opinion): Short positions if the Japanese Yen futures (J6.F) move to 0.9325 with profit target at 0.9302 and stop-loss order at 0.9353.