In case price break up sharply the down trend then start to look for longer term buy. Then watch for the correction before you jump in for long. I will try my best to update the chart.
< Comparison Between CBOE:blue and CME:red > * UTC+9
18.01.18. 07:00 / CBOE: 11100$ / SHORT
18.01.27. 01:00 / CME: 11000$ / SHORT
18.02.15. 07:00 / CBOE: 9300$ / LONG
18.02.24. 01:00 / CME: 10200$ / LONG
18.03.15. 07:00 / CBOE: 8100$ / SHORT
18.03.31. 01:00 / CME: 6700$ / SHORT
18.04.19. 07:00 / CBOE: 8200$ / LONG
18.04.28. 01:00 / CME: 9300$ / LONG
18.05.17. 07:00 / CBOE: 8300$ / SHORT
18.05.26. 01:00 / CME: 7500$ / SHORT
18.06.14. 07:00 / CBOE: 6300$ / SHORT
18.06.30. 01:00 / CME: ???) / ???
Until now, the closing price of the CME expiration date was lower than that of CBOE in the bear market, and the closing price of the CME expiration date was higher than that of CBOE in the bull market. Assuming this pattern is maintained, June is the continuation of the downside, CBOE lowered the low point on the 14th, and CME on the 30th is expected to lower the bottom. As CME futures expiration date (1 am on June 30) is approaching, we should open up possibility that price will be pushed once more.