Economic Data Futures are lower on Turkey shooting down a Russian military jet. This will not impact action by today’s close as France and Russia are to meet on Thursday and this sets the stage for a plan to deal with Syria.

]]> **The rows in the options matrix are as follows**:

**Curr Vlm**= Current Option Volume for today**OpVol20**= 20 day Option Volume average**% Delta**(*sorted descendin*g) = Curr Vlm/ OpVol20 * 100**Sym**= Symbol**20 HV 100HV 252HV**= 20 day, 100 Day and 252 Day Historical Volatility**Slope**= The slope of the historic vol**Delta**= Change in slope**cOptInt**= Call Open Interest**pOptInt**=Put Open Interest**cVolum**= Call Volume**pVolum**= Put Volume

A key ErlangeChartRoom.com (ECR) indicator is signaling a big move up into the end of the year. The EC Spread is a exclusive feature of Erlanger Chart Room (Video Tour) and is not available anywhere else. The EC Spread is a trigger indicator. In ECR, there are bias, setups and triggers. EC Spread improves on the Erlanger Crossover indicator and often leads price direction changes.

Everytime the moving average line crosses the 0 line of the EC Spread in a positive way on a weekly basis, the S&P has rallied. This time we are close enough to the historic highs that we could see a new all time high on the S&P.

While the ECspread is under the 0 line now, its set up to move above the zero line in a big way, off the August sell off. If you’re investing or trading stocks without ErlangerChartRoom.com (Video Tour), your buy and selling stocks with limited knowledge. Remember knowledge is what makes profit. Erlanger take data turns it into information and then knowledge.

Below is my custom workspace that includes EC Spread and other indicators I will be filling you in on over time. Below this chart is a more detailed chart on just EC Spread on a weekly basis.

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Today’s set up in the S&P is just one example. Using past history of how the market moves I have shown you a set up and indication of how the S&P Index is likely to move towards the end of the year.

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If your trading U.S. stocks or indexes without Erlanger Chart Room, you’re trading blind! Using these charts you can trade futures, options even EFT’s on the S&P. I like playing the Drexion X3 SPY long and short. It gives powerful leverage in either direction. __The SPXL for example will run up the equivelant of 350 + points S&P if it the set up right now brings us to 2200. __

__I am long 550 SPXL (Drexion 3X Bullish SPY).__

Best Wishes,

James DiGeorgia

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Madison scores on the major indexes are in a range of -2 to +2 with the exception of the AMEX Major Market Index that is at +10. Stocks and indexes moved higher week over week.

We are live with our ETF Morning Matters Portfolio. There is a buy now on UNG. The recommended price is $11.76 and it closed yesterday at $9.36. As the heating season kicks, we expect natural gas to move higher. We have been early on this call.

The portfolio will have up to 6 buys at a time. So if you allocate, $30,000 to the portfolio as an example you would buy $5,000 of each recommendation. We will use a $5,000 allocation for tracking purposes as well. We are very excited about this process.

The range between the buy and sell points is above average. As an example, the S&P 500 range was 54 points at the low and is now at 93 from 117 points last week. As volatility rises, this expands so it is interesting that the range peaked several weeks ago but is falling again. Witness at the October 2014 low the range was 169 points which is where we were a week ago.

Also, in tracking the range between the 2 year and 10 year moves to 134 from 142 basis points week over week. Short term rates are on the rise in addition to long term rates. This needs to be watched closely. There are implications, can you say flat yield curve.

There are now two open positions, a buy on TRF and a buy on USO. Recent open and closed ideas are now in the second table.

We began to offer a buy and sell strategy via our Madison Market Timing Indicator at the beginning of April of 2007. There are now 24 open and closed winning trades to 8 closed losing trades with our market timing results. This gives us lots of confidence in the upcoming portfolio launch.

]]> **The rows in the options matrix are as follows**:

**Curr Vlm**= Current Option Volume for today**OpVol20**= 20 day Option Volume average**% Delta**(*sorted descendin*g) = Curr Vlm/ OpVol20 * 100**Sym**= Symbol**20 HV 100HV 252HV**= 20 day, 100 Day and 252 Day Historical Volatility**Slope**= The slope of the historic vol**Delta**= Change in slope**cOptInt**= Call Open Interest**pOptInt**=Put Open Interest**cVolum**= Call Volume**pVolum**= Put Volume

If you want to follow the S&P 500, then you will need to sign up for www.superstockinvestor.com at the website when subscriptions become available. Each week in Superstock we track the S&P 500, NASDAQ Composite, Russell 2000, Emerging Markets (EEM), 20 Year Treasury (TLT), U.S. Dollar (UUP), High Yield Bonds (HYG) and Corporate Bonds (LQD).

Last week we looked at Olin Corp (OLN) and noted that it is bottoming and just turned positive. It continues to do well.

This week we look at Chevron (CVX) which has improved ahead of the price of oil. Clearly, this technical measure are pointing to a potential price bottom.

**The rows in the options matrix are as follows**:

**Curr Vlm**= Current Option Volume for today**OpVol20**= 20 day Option Volume average**% Delta**(*sorted descendin*g) = Curr Vlm/ OpVol20 * 100**Sym**= Symbol**20 HV 100HV 252HV**= 20 day, 100 Day and 252 Day Historical Volatility**Slope**= The slope of the historic vol**Delta**= Change in slope**cOptInt**= Call Open Interest**pOptInt**=Put Open Interest**cVolum**= Call Volume**pVolum**= Put Volume