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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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