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Nikkei 225 Daily Bets on daily close - based on how easy it's been to predict close within 2 min. of open today the market opened over 100 up points but my algorithms tell me the market will close down however of the nineteen days out of 57 when the


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Nikkei 225 Daily Bets on daily close - based on how easy it's been to predict close within 2 min. of open today the market opened over 100 up points but my algorithms tell me the market will close down however of the nineteen days out of 57 when the market opened up or down over 100 points since Sept. 1 only once did it not close in the same direction - May be best to stay out of the market today. Enjoy !

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