It’s not about being right, it’s about making money. There’s a difference and I think that gets forgotten too often. We want to position ourselves where we have the highest probabilities for success as well as where the risk vs reward is skewed in our favor. The goal is not to be right every time. The goal is to be profitable. That’s why we’re always thinking worst case scenario: always a risk level and always a target.
Today I want to focus in on what we’re seeing in the S&P500 because I think that from a risk management standpoint, this 2780-2800 level is a big one today from a structural perspective. Until now, we’ve used 7000 in the Nasdaq100 and 2650 in the S&P500 as our lines in the sand. We’ve only wanted to be long if we were above those levels and that has worked out very well. Moving forward, I’ve identified some higher levels that we need to monitor.