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Oh Eileen, oh Samantha, oh Peregrin Took.  :(

 

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FTSE and S&P daily still unsure of direction.

Dax and Dow checked higher to the daily pivot earlier this morning before backing down towards S1.

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Germany is having some morning glory, Peregrin Took 🤓

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34 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

Dax and Dow M15;

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lol what's that new, exotic-looking indicator now 🤓

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12 minutes ago, dmedin said:

 

lol what's that new, exotic-looking indicator now 🤓

on/off buttons for the daily pivots, intraday fibs, on-chart wpr and heikin ashi moving average, do you not have that on the other platforms?

 

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Will Germany penetrate its triangle to the upside, Tom Bombadil 😀

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Is it just me or has the minimum on DAX changed from 0.5 to 1?

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US indices bounce up yesterday. FTSE and S&P daily charts.

Dax and Dow stall at a retest of yesterdays high this morning. H1 charts.

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good grief, Dax spikes up on GDP coming in as expected at minus 5.2%

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Dax and Dow looking to bounce up off the pivot.

H1 charts;

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Come on now bonnie loon 🐮🤓

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S&P returns to the monthly pivot mid range between the weekly chart support and resistance (red) which is also the monthly chart mS1/mR1.

Dax and Dow just dropping down to check the pivot early doors.

FTSE and S&P daily charts.

Dax and Dow H1 charts;

 

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Meanwhile the Nasdaq has a big stonker 🐮

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Small speculators have liquidated all their longs on the S&P 500! 🧐

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23 minutes ago, dmedin said:

Small speculators have liquidated all their longs on the S&P 500! 🧐

what have the large speculators done, which direction are they moving?

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The Eurexchange is currently having technical issues. We're now pricing the Germany 30 (DAX) out of hours until it's running again. 

 

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EUREX planned reopening:

10:00 London Time / 11:00 Frankfurt Time – Pre-Trading

10:25 London Time / 11:25 Frankfurt Time – Opening auction with a minimum duration of 5 minutes

10:30 London Time / 11:30 Frankfurt Time – Continuous Trading

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Dax falls down to S2 while Dow held at S1.

H1 charts;

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The indices have hoisted down their breeches and let rip.

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Will the triangle hold, Eileen? 🤔

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43 minutes ago, dmedin said:

Will the triangle hold, Eileen? 🤔

what are your indicators indicating? if they're tried and tested then it's a case of 🧐 not 🤔

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What a difference 30 minutes can make ...

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FTSE and S&P daily charts, S&P closing in on the recent high 3156, currently 3117.

Dax early low volume push towards yesterday's high. Dow waits just below the daily pivot, H1 charts.

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