In this article I would like to perform an intraday price study to explore the intraday action of the market to determine if we can find an edge. I’m going to be using the S&P E-mini futures market, but the principles here could be applied to any market. In particular, I’m interested how different times of the day affect different trading strategies. The trading day, as defined by the U.S. open and close, for the S&P is six and a half hours. That translates to 390 minutes. We can then break the day up into three 130-minute periods. Let’s also explore the times before and after the regular day session. To do this we can add a 130-minute period before the market open (Pre-Market) and a 130-minute […]
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