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WuFlu and the Economy:

And here it is, the final stroke in this fraud. The US CDC now only wants to examine post-vaccine infections with a PCR threshold of 28 or under.

That standard ignores 90+% of Covid PCR positives when run at 45 cycles. The entire epidemic would have looked very different if it had been used from the start.

For over a year a PCR threshold of 45 cycles was used and massively inflated cases and deaths numbers with a huge ratio of false positives.

Now those numbers will decline rapidly and vaccines will get the credit (don't worry GB will quickly follow just as they always have).

Information-for-laboratories-COVID-vaccine-breakthrough-case-investigation.pdf (cdc.gov)

 

 

 

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8 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

Essential 45 min video summary of the whole sorry tale that is covid from Dr John Lee Professor of Pathology.

See it before Youtube bans it.

 

Said right from the start if the NHS had 1 million ICU beds and ventilators then the govt would have gotten up to 999k people in hospital and in ICU and then rolled out the panic, lockdowns etc - At some point some one is going to work out the £ cost to under 70's and the economy and then work out if letting granny avoid contracting a flue like bug was worth it or not

Some people will have had their lives wrecked at age 20/30/40 etc all because the NHS only had [originally] 13k ICU beds and ventilators

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SP500 Index:

Weekly charts are Bullish, Daily charts are topping out on the Indicators - doesn't mean price will crash!

We're now INTO the week of the TIME CYCLE [TC]

As usual trade what forms/you see - if someone had a gun to my head and forced me to predict I'd say get ready for a correction of a decent degree in June

The action should be more prominent  on the Nasdaq100, however if the TC works then it should force the SP500 & DOW too

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TC where is it

On 29/05/2021 at 11:39, THT said:

SP500 Index:

Weekly charts are Bullish, Daily charts are topping out on the Indicators - doesn't mean price will crash!

We're now INTO the week of the TIME CYCLE [TC]

As usual trade what forms/you see - if someone had a gun to my head and forced me to predict I'd say get ready for a correction of a decent degree in June

The action should be more prominent  on the Nasdaq100, however if the TC works then it should force the SP500 & DOW too

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TC where is it ?

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19 minutes ago, filber said:

TC where is it

TC where is it ?

Hang on I'll just look under my desk, nope not there, maybe on the roof, nope, maybe the shed....

The TC's that I track have a 90 odd % hit rate, that means not all of them are 100% guaranteed, this could be one of those times, we'll have to wait and see.

This particular one has a window of 2 weeks before and after the date of 4th June, so there's this week and next week yet

The expectation is for the market to correct to some degree - once a corrections is underway it's tradeable, not before and if this corrects then as we're in a long term bull market it should find support on key angles and levels but again that is not 100% guaranteed, which is why we don't trade blindly, we wait for confirmed set-ups then take the plunge

It could just force a flat boring sideways market - don't fall into the trap of it having to happen, if it happens and we get a decent correction it should be followed by a decent tradeable bullish section too

 

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12 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

Looking forward to restarting some of these threads but still waiting for the new IG moderators to actually start dealing with the chronic systematic trolling on this forum, still nothing yet so I'll just stick to the covid one until they do.

@MongiIG

@ArvinIG

Hey @Caseynotes, 

Loved some of your threads so looking forward to seeing them start back up! 

With regards to trolling, you're absolutely right it's not something that we want on the community and it's upsetting we have some. I've looked at some of your threads and can identify some but if you could email helpdesk.uk@ig.com FAO myself (Charlotte Meeks) I will be happy to look into this. 

All the best - Charlotte 

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2 minutes ago, CharlotteIG said:

Hey @Caseynotes, 

Loved some of your threads so looking forward to seeing them start back up! 

With regards to trolling, you're absolutely right it's not something that we want on the community and it's upsetting we have some. I've looked at some of your threads and can identify some but if you could email helpdesk.uk@ig.com FAO myself (Charlotte Meeks) I will be happy to look into this. 

All the best - Charlotte 

thanks but I already posted to the helpdesk months ago to no avail, and to you before that when there was still DMs. just get tired of clearing out a hundred notifications at a time, no point at looking at any of them obviously.

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2 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

Dax and Dow daily and H1.

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Hi @Caseynotes, The DAX has been weakening in early trade this week and Dow Jones turns lower after brief record high. What potential price level points are you monitoring to reach or break swing lows for both DAX and Dow Jones ?

 

MongiIG

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18 minutes ago, MongiIG said:

Hi @Caseynotes, The DAX has been weakening in early trade this week and Dow Jones turns lower after brief record high. What potential price level points are you monitoring to reach or break swing lows for both DAX and Dow Jones ?

 

MongiIG

Yes, a drift down last day or two, Dax now intraday starting to bounce. Everyone has been talking about how a decent correction is overdue for the indices which is probably true but still needs that spark and not seeing any sign of one just yet so the steady dribble upward looks set to continue.

Dax today just trying a kick up off a retest of the prior high 15814 so expecting a drift higher until some new news. But, as ever, Dax is generally obliged to follow Dow so will be keeping an eye on the US open.

 

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10:00   EUR GDP (QoQ) (Q2)   2.0% 2.0% 2.0%  
10:00   EUR GDP (YoY) (Q2)   13.6% 13.7% 13.7%  
13:15   CAD Housing Starts (Jul)   275.0K 282.1K  
13:30   USD Core Retail Sales (MoM) (Jul)   0.1% 1.3%  
13:30   USD Retail Sales (MoM) (Jul)   -0.3% 0.6%  
13:30   CAD Foreign Securities Purchases (Jun)     20.79B  
14:15   USD Industrial Production (YoY) (Jul)     9.80%  
14:15   USD Industrial Production (MoM) (Jul)   0.5% 0.4%  
15:00   USD Business Inventories (MoM) (Jun)   0.8% 0.5%  
15:00   USD Retail Inventories Ex Auto (Jun)     0.6%  
16:30   NZD GlobalDairyTrade Price Index     -1.0%

 

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