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  1. The high and low show exactly where the opposition stepped in and started to overpower the trend and there may well be unfilled orders still waiting there should price return. Also though the daily close also has special significance as it is noted by a lot of bigger traders.
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  2. We are in the midst of a market where value is irrelevant as people only seek price . Forecasting in this type of market is near impossible . Reminds me of 1999 where 3 rolls of ethernet cable and a good spiel could conjure up a multi billion market cap on no revenue at all . I can really only go by technicals and even they are in extreme doubt with Central Banks making price discovery unlikely . Previously when the 1 year moving average on VIX surpassed 20 the market (SPX) produced a swing high that was not exceeded for many years . we are now in that realm and with reduced convict
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  3. Life can be viewed as a series of random events to be survived. Others may prefer to see patterns within the random. Others again see patterns repeating and the random chaos being slightly more organised than previously envisaged. Other fatalists see it all as the omnipotent ones' great plan and who are we to question? Which is great if one passively accepts the seemingly inevitable, not so great if one sees the chance to change and actively seeks to affect change. As the planet spins and we experience constant change in motion. Commodities have boomed, on a Bull run last witnessed during
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  4. guess this played some role: and this (maybe to a lesser extent): https://www.yardeni.com/pub/commit.pdf Plus GS and JPM pumping things up with the "supercycle" story. Considering the US situation hopefully gets fixed soon, then I could imagine an unwind of speculative positions (for whatever reason) might trigger a reversal
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  5. Here's - GOLD, GBPEUR and NASDAQ100 Index The METHOD/STRAGEY is to buy the dip in an uptrend and sell the rally in a downtrend as confirmed by establishing the TREND that I detail in my THT HOW TO WIN thread: Funnily enough it seems to work and back up my claim that if a method works, it'll work in ANY market and ANY time-frame - funny that - must be a lucky few years on the market going my way! I won't bother with the intra-day chart - you get the jist Now if the question was/is - "Do all markets behave the SAME?" Then the answer is NO - if the question was "do you need di
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  6. Running the client software on Firefox on my Windows 7 (64 bit) pc, I can see that the memory usage grows and grows. After about 90 minutes, the memory used is about 1.2 Gb I'm using the latest Firefox browser. This memory usage is way over the top, and the increase over time suggest a memory leak. Eventually it will crash Windows.
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