The /ES forming a "three marching lemmings" MACD warning sign. This is when the product makes at least 3 successive highs, but the MACD makes 3 successive lows. This could indicate a near term change in direction, if a break of a defined trendline occurs.
A "Stewie Pattern" is an inverse head and shoulders pattern. When I highlight it, it sort of looks like Stewie, from Family Guy. In this case, the /ZB is trying to bottom out, but the MACD needs to work off the overbought condition. If the MACD can get back to at least the zero line, and the /ZB retains this bullish structure, then I would look to get long.
Equity traders will be focusing on 2 big things today. The action of Bitcoin, and the yield on the 10 year note. The 10 year is already spooking some, as the yield approaches 3 percent again. Bitcoin has to hold right here, or it could test the lows.