Linda is a world renowned trader with a top-notch track record spanning almost four decades.
The S&P market is a trading arena unto itself, which can accommodate many different trading styles. Not only does this market display a different daily profile than the other futures markets, but it has a much longer “length of line” (intraday swings), which offers more trading opportunities. Additionally, there is a wealth of information provided by many internal indicators on the equities market that some professionals like to monitor. In this article, I would like to share some observations, pointers, and favorite trading patterns. However, let me also say that the majority of the professional S&P daytraders I know tend to specialize in just one pattern or trade just one style. This is definitely a market where overtrading can be a temptation.