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  1. The low 6 Aug was out of hours when cash was closed for the day and there is also dividend to adjust for if comparing future and cash Personally i prefer the future for the TA then i also get some action in Asia and Europe, its all part of the same market more or less (money never sleeps) https://www.barchart.com/futures/quotes/YMU19/interactive-chart
  2. Weekly and 240 min Maybe something like this?
  3. More history (data) on the sentiment would be interesting
  4. Try fill in the details for the live account again
  5. I am surprised they missed take it to a new all time high today, maybe "they" are on holiday😁 "The two words from Jerome Powell that rocked the financial markets" https://www.cnbc.com/2019/07/31/the-two-words-from-jerome-powell-that-rocked-the-financial-markets.html
  6. "Is VIX Whale '50-Cent' Back? Volatility Collapse Sparks Huge Bearish Bets" https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-07-25/vix-whale-50-cent-back-volatility-collapse-sparks-huge-bearish-bets
  7. Only guessing 😎 (SP500 daily) "The 66-year-old Fed boss has a losing record on Wall Street as it pertains to the market’s reaction to Fed’s statements and his words. He has had two winning days out of the past 11 meetings, with the only positive gains for the market coming in January when policy makers paused a string of rate increases," https://www.marketwatch.com/story/heres-how-the-stock-market-tends-to-perform-when-the-fed-cuts-rates-2019-07-30
  8. My guess is initially up and then down Same as the reaction after ECB
  9. DAX daily I wish it would be as simple as this😁
  10. " What else can the ECB do? Draghi has always talked about “mitigation” of negative rates -- and that doesn’t have to mean tiering. One option might be for the ECB to start buying bank bonds, which would lower lenders’ funding costs as a way to offset the impact of another deposit-rate cut," https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-07-23/ecb-rate-cut-plan-puts-worried-banks-on-lookout-for-sweeteners