John Carter discusses what trades to look for with the upcoming FOMC meeting. QQQ has rallied to resistance levels. The 30-year bond continues to grow, now seen reaching 52-week highs. Carter suggests buying call options as a hedge on TLT. MMM continues to trade in a tight range as the squeeze sets up for a rally with FOMC. Carter expects KO and CHRW to move higher after both stocks fired a monthly squeeze and pullback to the ADMA. Carter suggests selling put spreads of NFLX, after it rebounded to 432, so that if the stock trades sideways or up investors get to collect the premium. Carter tells investors to look for the 30-year bond market and the Yen in the FOMC. If the Yen explodes higher, stocks will go down.

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