Both the Bond and Euro are at present above their respective Neutral Zones for today; the balance of the BEGOS Markets are within same, and volatility again is mostly light. The Spoo’s “Baby Blues” (see Market Trends) are swiftly falling, the negative linear regression trend becoming more consistently so; consistency is notably unraveling for the positive trends of both the Bond and Copper. As a near-term trading rhythm for the Spoo, the 2-hour parabolic study purely on a swing basis has been repetitively fruitful this December. November’s Leading (i.e. lagging) Indicators come due for the Econ Baro, which also awaits the final read for Q3 GDP.