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Hi Guys - is there anywhere that I can find an indication of what the JSE is going to do the following day. Something like the Dow, S&P, Nasdaq futures. Website please . Many thanks
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If you figure that one out, please let us know too!
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Môre se koerant vandag?
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Get the Early Edition..
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Investing.com
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what player said. investing .com has live and eod charts one can only interpret that info and form an opinion for the next day.
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What I am looking for is something like Pre Market Trading/ US Stock Futures found on CNN Money and other websites. Nothing like that for SA??
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IG Markets trades ALSI cash basically 24 hrs a day. You can use that as a guide, but all it does is follow Dow futures to an extent.
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SimonPB can you comment on this one. To all the others interested, the day of the Marikana shootings I was long (piggy backing other markets)meanwhile not taking note of our own domestic situation
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I not sure the real value ?? If you wanna try guess our market opening (an it just that, a guess) check US close and Asia and our futures at 8.30 .. otherwise just trade the price
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Yeah, I guess i'm doing the right thing. however based on the news especially the current Yemen situation, i'll bet on down gap tomorrow so not closing out today
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Yemen ?? why would our market care about Yemen and why wouldn't it have priced that in already if the news is out in public ??
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2 years ago with the Syrian crisis around October (refer to charts) you'll see that the markets fell. The worries are about the Saudi's and the price of oil.
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