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That is the 50% retrace for  the Dow and S&P. 

It's the opposite, I don't think I'm cut out for day trading.  I still would have been better off keeping a position open from Christmas, even now.  I zoomed out to the day chart and the overall pictu

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On 05/03/2021 at 13:12, jlz said:

Those are really cute numbers. For someone that has been trading "over 20 years" is not much. Try to post something with more than a thousand trades. Anyone can make 50 trades out of luck. 


Guess my luck is still running  


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51 minutes ago, Ozquant said:

Guess my luck is still running  


Hi 20years-trader. Well done. I can see that you have potential. I believe in you. I've seen many newbies posting the same screenshots and they are now doing well. Carry on matey.

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U.S. SPACs overtake 2020 haul in less than three months - Reuters

U.S. SPACs overtake 2020 haul in less than three months | Reuters


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FOMC today: We're in a RARE scenario where markets are pricing much MORE rate hikes than the Fed's latest forecast. The last time swap markets were this much more hawkish than the Fed's own was in the Dec. 18 2013 meeting. When Pitbull was number 2 in the charts. Pitbull.

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US SPACs, IPO capital raised...

2013: $1 billion

2014: $2 billion

2015: $4 billion

2016: $3 billion

2017: $11 billion

2018: $9 billion

2019: $13 billion

2020: $83 billion

2021 YTD: $85 billion

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