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1 hour ago, Caseynotes said:

Absolutely GUTTED, it was going to be my BIG BREAK into the world of FASHION.

The face of fashion and trading...you would be the first!

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3 minutes ago, HPbrand said:

Are you taking advantage of this opportunity this time?

Oh h3ll yes, I've been eyeing this up all weekend :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

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Dow finding support at the weekly chart support level 28165, at least for now, Dax following.

M5 Dax and Dow charts;

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Dow already shot down past 28400. I think if it stay below 28400 this week, we are heading much further south than your 28165 support.

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Buffett said he had no special expertise about coronavirus, but that investors with a 10- to 20-year time horizon and focused on companies’ earnings power will find they have “made a good investment” by investing in stocks.

https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-berkshire-buffett/buffett-says-coronavirus-doesnt-dampen-his-long-term-support-for-stocks-idUKKCN20I1C4?il=0

 

Just focus your mind on 10 - 20 years into the future ...

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@Caseynotes

What is your next support if 28165 falls through? If 28400 doesn't hold this week, I have 27700 or less.

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2 minutes ago, HPbrand said:

@Caseynotes

What is your next support if 28165 falls through? If 28400 doesn't hold this week, I have 27700 or less.

yeah, 277 then 274.

weekly chart;

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27800 seems doable today, fingers crossed ...

(Don't forget to buy the bottom :D )

 

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49 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

isn't he sitting on 122 Billion cash at the mo?

 

It's quite easy to tell others to be patient when you're got that kind of money for spare change.

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3 minutes ago, dmedin said:

 

It's quite easy to tell others to be patient when you're got that kind of money for spare change.

held back rather than spare. could be some cheap buys coming up.

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I'm getting out for the day and see what happens.

Leaving a small short position, but could likely to have a rebounce very short term. Better to keep my firepower at better levels.

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All you little bullies are rather quiet...Have you gone on holiday , while us bears have a romp around your picnic ? 

 

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6 minutes ago, cheviot said:

All you little bullies are rather quiet...Have you gone on holiday , while us bears have a romp around your picnic ? 

 

Who has been quiet 😱👺

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4 hours ago, HPbrand said:

Dow already shot down past 28400. I think if it stay below 28400 this week, we are heading much further south than your 28165 support.

The Dow hit 28000 over the week end 2 weeks ago, prior to last attempt at 29400.  Few would have traded it though. 

The equity market when the bond market turns......watch 20200 on the T Bond.  Ultra march futures..  That should be the top also $1690 odd for gold.  

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Markets all at sea....just got Apple at $290.70 to cover short....did nt even see it

 

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32 minutes ago, cheviot said:

All you little bullies are rather quiet...Have you gone on holiday , while us bears have a romp around your picnic ? 

 

haha, must be meaning you @dmedin, can't be me I've put in over 20 posts so far today.

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Sort of day when  I do nt even get up to make a cuppa or the dogs get walked...You suddenly realise you ve been at it for hours..........😓 

 

or have a pee 😟😨

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