Upon completion of the shopping madness of Thanksgiving in the US, the stock markets will return to normal trading until the Christmas holidays and the New Year.
The world stock markets are close to record highs but many dangers hovering in the air and these threatening to bring a sharp correction measures, and perhaps the first real correction for years.
The tensions between Russia and Turkey can contribute to the does not contribute to the security of the markets,as investors tense ahead of US employment data that would give further indication about the feasibility rate in the US (the first interest rate rise in years)
According to forecasts, about 200 thousand jobs added to the US economy in November while the unemployment rate is expected to remain unchanged at 5%.
Another concern among investors in the world is the bad economic performance of the Far East.
In Europe, in this week the interest rate decision of Central Bank will be published and other incentives will be tested.
Last week trading on the stock exchanges of Wall Street ended with a mixed trend.
The S & P 500 finished eighth weekly of gain in the last nine weeks, and last week, added 0.04%.
The Dow Jones dell last week by 0.1%, while the NASDAQ rose by 0.45% over the week.
Last Friday, the Shanghai Stock Exchange collapsed by 5.5% due to fears of investors of a further decline in the manufacturing sector in the country.
Last Friday the price of the share went down by 2.98%, created a gap and as the trading volume was high.
Also, the average of the RSI crossed down his 50 line.
Our tendency is to look for a PUT option opportunity.
The entry will be at the start of the US trading day, between the levels of 115.15 -115.00.
The expiry time, November 30 at 21:00.