If you thought the last several days were volatile in the market, you ain't seen nothing yet: judging by the early liquidity, or rather complete lack thereof, in the market moving E-Mini contract, the asset class through which as we disclosed a month ago central banks directly manipulate markets with the CME's blessing, then we urge all those who have stop losses close to the NBBO to quietly pull those as they will get hit adversely. The reason? As this Nanex chart of ES orderbook levels show, there is zero, zilch, nada liquidity in the ES (purple line, compare to orange yesterday).
Which means that should yesterday's volumes carry over into today (volumes which were so high, bank dark pools had to rebuff orders as they couldn't handle the order surge) and move a market in which there is virtually no orderbook buffer, the S&P will certainly jump around like a rabid bull on meth.
Said otherwise, if you always wanted to topple the rigged house of cards with a handful of e-eminis, today may be your chance.