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Apparently Warret Buffet (The Legendary Investor) has gas.  

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A large cup of chamomile tea should fix that for him😉

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Higher highs and higher lows 🤓

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Doesn't look good from a long-range perspective.  Maybe it's time for the old git Warren Buffett to retire :D

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*parp!*  Ooh what's that smell! 🥴

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*parp!*  Ooh what's that smell!

 

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Warren Buffett gets it right again?

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Ooooh Samantha!  Did you let one off?  Smells funny in here!

 

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Daily Commodities Interest for 1 day Natural Gas £4.17

That's a lot of interest on a £1 per point position.

Wonder if you get £4.17 a day for every £1 you go short on gas?

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What's that smell, Simone?

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*parp!*  Ooh!

Will gas see more gains next week 🤑

 

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Gearing up for another blast, Peregrin Took?  *parp!*

 

 

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Are you actually trading that @dmedin or just posting funny chart snippets every now and then?

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Just now, DSchenk said:

Are you actually trading that @dmedin or just posting funny chart snippets every now and then?

I'm long gas just now 🤓

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Lol, should've gone long when good ol Buffet went long few weeks ago. Now you missed a 20% gain and bought into a resistance. Still learning eh? ;) 

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*parp!*  Ooh that smells like rotten eggs!

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*parp!*  Have you got a poopy b^tt, Eileen? :P

 

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*parp!*  Ay me Cassandra, 'tis a most unpleasant odour i'th' nostrils!

 

 

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In the last few days, many people have been getting gas at around 12pm - 2pm, right around lunch time 🤔💨

 

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*parp...* Have you had a 'follow through', Eileen?🤪

 

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*parp!*  Have you done a big fat stinker, Kathleen?  :P

 

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Psst, natural gas is in a holding pattern before it makes another move up 😘

 

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