I am actually looking to enter some shorts... although I am going to hedge, and keep some longs. I can't just plunge in... gotta wait until the markets resolve, and short covering is over. Figure we close higher. Also, have been saying you cannot short the market in Q4... so any short is against my own upward bias. But I loaded monies into mutual funds around first of October from cash, and figure this is a way to cover any sell-off of this "good" news. Is this actually good news? It gives more "certainty" to markets and that is always a good enough excuse to buy. Buying NDX puts today and will leg into a spread if we get resolution of gap opening. Also shorting ES futures... when I don't know, will wait and see what the market says, and what large players are doing. Think the r/r is better no; might be wrong. Can always reverse and go long. Anyone else?