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On 10/09/2020 at 02:37, dmedin said:

Gird up thy loins for a canny wee short, Eileen 🤑

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Well played, canny loon! 🤓

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Where's all the volatility going, Patricia? 🧐

 

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Shall we try our luck with the Aussie index again? 🧐

 

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Another annoying, pointless day wasted trying to make money from random price movements.

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Look ma, nae pivots!  Go on Eileen you can do it :D

 

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So much for 'volatility returning to markets' and IG Singapore's recommendation to buy the VIX.

The more I hear these Thatcherite c&nts talk the more I utterly despise them.

 

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On 11/09/2020 at 18:57, dmedin said:

Look ma, nae pivots!  Go on Eileen you can do it :D

 

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Got f^cked up the **** again.  Silly me :) 

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20 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

Dax support at the pivot, Dow support at R1.

M15.

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Meaningless...

How are your Renko charts with adaptive zones coming along?

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S&P closes in on the monthly pivot.

Dax pushing up to the daily pivot while Dow makes for R1.

FTSE and S&P daily.

Dax and Dow H1 charts;

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Dax bulls look to secure the daily pivot (DP magenta) while Dow tags R1.

M15

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Be nice to see a pullback to the 50% level or lower when the correction happens

ISF FTSE100 Index tracking ETF

 

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Well Tom, what's the crack today.  Have you made big bucks 😘 

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A series of long-legged candles, indicating a probable up spring/thrust 🤓

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I knew it!  It was a head-and-shoulders all along!  SELL!!!!

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    • I would says so, unless you are dealing with short time frames and large sums of money and you are able to be glued to the screen 100% of the time and give it your full attention.
    • So that's a bearish candle, after an up move that's running out of steam (with small read bodies and long legs), falling back down towards established Fibonacci levels, with a MACD crossing from above 0 and RSI below 50     At one point I had the RSI set to 9, and that additionally gives an overbought divergence (price goes higher but RSI doesn't).  This also gives a nice oversold indication when the move down is coming to an end  
    • MACD and RSI are saying the same thing (MACD crosses below signal and RSI drops below 50) What's really useful here though are those Fibonacci levels.  (Except when they aren't, like where the big horizontal oval shape is)  
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