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The Japanese index achieved an enormous one last night 😘 

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39 minutes ago, dmedin said:

The Japanese index achieved an enormous one last night 😘 

"Research Institute, estimates the central bank’s accumulated ETF purchases since then reached 33.9 trillion yen ($315 billion) as of the end of April, equal to about 90% of the country’s total ETF market."

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-05-24/boj-s-massive-etf-buying-seen-benefiting-japan-s-biggest-brokers

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Get in there nice and long and sweet and juicy Annabel 😘

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Long and hard for Nasdaq toots 😘

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Are we turning a corner?

Today has been a f*king horrible long slog

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I'm looking for a bullish candle breaking up through the pivot and the MACD crossing before I buy, will it come tonight Cassandra? :S

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Come on now sweetheart, come to papa 😘

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It's slipping away :(  Who pooped their pants this time?

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S&P 500 is sweet as a tangerine, Irene 😘

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S&P 500 sh!ts the f*king bed, Nasdaq poops out completely

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Yes, that's a stop loss I set when ordering from a four hour timeframe :D 

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Dax selling off like a c*nt

 

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Wall Street is flinging poo at the walls, Tamsin😣

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Is Wall Street now wiping its **** after taking a big poo this morning?

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Yet another day where the indices shi!t the bed.


AND oil

AND silver

AND gold

AND FX pairs against the dollar

Just f*king great

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Wall Street totally smears the bed sheets with diarrhoea, spraying it everywhere like the hippo

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All indices in the red, massive f*king sh!t storm, PARRRRRRP

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Has the recovery started already, toots 😘

 

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Nope, higher time frame reveals that Wall Street is coming perilously close to getting totally f*ked :)

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48 days since the last high was made

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14 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

Daily's;

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Come on tough guy, let's have more excellent, insightful and incredibly useful insights like this one :D

 

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9 hours ago, dmedin said:

Come on tough guy, let's have more excellent, insightful and incredibly useful insights like this one :D

 

Sometimes less is more.

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I would expect price to travel between levels, pretty much the same as it's been doing for centuries. The key, as ever, is deciding when to catch a ride.

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3 hours ago, AndrewS said:

Sometimes less is more.

😘

 

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3 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

I would expect price to travel between levels, pretty much the same as it's been doing for centuries. The key, as ever, is deciding when to catch a ride.

Wow man that's deep...

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