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Ay me Cassandra, the demand for copper is unabated 🤓

 

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Copper soiled its breeches yesterday, has the storm passed :(

 

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Is she back from the dead, canny loon 🤓

 

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Here she comes, canny loon! 🤓

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Copper is climbing while the dollar is rising and other commodities are selling off? 💨

 

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Wrap you chops around that big stonker, Cassandra!  🤓

Whoop!  Whoop!  Whoop!  Whoop!  Whoop!  Whoop!

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Come now, rise like a phoenix from the ashes.  😘

 

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Nope, totally f*ked.

But I can't complain.  I was warned by John Kicklighter's post on Twitter about 'liquidity coming back into the market' after Labor Day.

My own fault.

Now, if I could just get hold of a gun I would finish the job. :P 

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2 hours ago, dmedin said:

I was warned by John Kicklighter's post on Twitter

 

Oh, John the Baptist!  

The voice of one crying out in the wilderness, 'Make straight thy paths; repent ye, for the day of the Lord is nigh!'

Cry on John, cry on!

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Copper has found support, and at the completion of bullish or neutral candle taking it above the pivot at 10am I'll be going long.  Gird up thy loins Samwise Gamgee 🤠

 

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*parp!*

Let's wait to see if it breaks R1 before we go long again :(

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Copper has done a ginormous poo, Kathleen 😢

 

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Oh stop being such a poopy pants, Marlene :(

 

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Not finished emptying your bowels yet?

 

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Time to wipe your b^m and carry on, Josephine 😘

 

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Come on Eileen, you can do it 😘

 

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This is why I've always hated manually drawing support and resistance, you can 'find' them everywhere.  I'm sure there's at least another half dozen that could be scribbled on this chart.

 

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Copper has definitely got his mojo back, toots! 😘

 

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Feast thine eyes on yonder big beezer Kathleen 🤓

 

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Copper has got a big beezer sweetheart 💨😘

 

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