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Welcome to:’s S&P Fair Value

Fair Value is used by many people with the S&P Futures before the open to give an indication for direction of the stock markets at the opening bell. Many people figure it this way. Take the S&P Fair Value number from below if the current S&P futures is a positive number lets say +10 and the S&P Fair Value number is at +5 then the indication for the S&P would be +5 or about 5 points higher at the open. In the table below are a few more examples.

Here is a very good definition of Fair Value for the S&P.
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If S&P Fair Value is:

If S&P Futures is:

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