The fireworks expected to accompany the end of the month just never materialized Friday.
Markets were prepped for government-shutdown-window-dressing-option-expiration volatility but none of that happened.
Instead the price managed to move a little above Nat’s keyline (and the previous close) overnight and at the beginning of the day session before declining throughout the day to a minor support level.
Trade room subscribers had Nat’s intraday calls for guidance, but overnight traders would have found it difficult to get a good entry and a good exit.
In any even there was not much meat on that bone: the trade from Nat’s keyline to the close returned a very modest $200 per contract.