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  1. more on how the testing is producing mostly false positives (see recent posts above). (5 min vid) https://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1307761963359850497/pu/vid/960x540/g-mofIwfyGLa9KK4.mp4?tag=10
  2. 👀 oh dear, govt example scenario shows 11 million dead by Christmas 👀 ... does anyone suspect they might be being played yet? just asking.
  3. ITV Wales News @ITVWales Health Minister Vaughan Gething has said he ''wouldn't rule out'' introducing a mandatory coronavirus vaccine scheme in Wales when one becomes available. See the full interview on tonight's Sharp End at 10:45pm on ITV Cymru Wales #SharpEndITV bit.ly/32QdtC7
  4. can you see where we're going with this yet? and prepare for a new round of job losses. ps, the cause is not covid it's the govt's response to covid.
  5. The probability of a COVID-19 vaccine by Q1 2021 has decreased recently
  6. Sweden has exposed the cruel folly of lockdown "Throughout the spring and early summer, the negative headlines were relentless. The New York Times repeatedly branded Sweden a ‘pariah state’, while its no-lockdown policy apparently made it ‘the world’s cautionary tale’." https://www.spiked-online.com/2020/09/21/sweden-has-exposed-the-cruel-folly-of-lockdown/
  7. Dow check of the pivot early on found sellers, now looking for support. FTSE and S&P daily. Dax and Dow H1.
  8. Indices, Gold and Oil down. Today UK industrial trends survey, nothing to worry about there, another lockdown will be fine. FX correlations.
  9. Are you talking about the spread between buy and sell price of each market (the spread) or the difference of price of each market. If the latter then that's interesting but can you actually use it for anything? Is one constantly lagging and the other leading that would allow you to get in front of price change? I've often watched the IG Dax and Index side by side and there was no pattern to take advantage of, they would randomly orbit closely around each other with usually just a couple of points difference, occasionally up to 10 but only lasting a second or 2 and very rarely 20 points for a fraction of a second when there was a sudden surge in volatility.
  10. Dax and Dow daily chart levels;
  11. A reminder of the 7 day rolling average covid daily deaths. Grant Shapps today warning of recent exponential increases in cases and deaths mentioned Spain which has seen a rise from 1.01 to err, 2.2 Note no lockdown Sweden bottom of the table with nil.
  12. Dow trying to hold around the daily chart support level (and S2). H1 charts;
  13. Haha, more BS to justify another lockdown. Compare the blue data (the real data as opposed to the red imaginary data) with the massive increase in testing from the charts above. Also compare with the actual hospitalisations and deaths, on a national scale negligible. This really is beyond stupid.
  14. Interesting video report by Sky News Australia reiterating that there is no scientific evidence that supports lockdown as being effective in controlling a virus (even the WHO admits that) and goes on to discuss China's roll in the subsequent domino affect of other countries following their example of lockdown. (12 min) https://www.skynews.com.au/details/_6192742875001
  15. FTSE and S&P daily chart. S&P sitting just above daily support level 3290 (orange). Dax and Dow H1 below the pivot and looking for support.
  16. Indices down. Bonds up. Oil and Gold little change. Today US FED speak throughout. FX correlations.
  17. LBC @LBC From 28 September it will be illegal not to self-isolate after testing positive for corona virus with fines up to £10,000. remember you will test positive for as long as any fragment of the virus remains which can be many months after any contact and that the majority will be asymptomatic after contact (you will not know). German research papers have shown that you cease to be able to spread covid by 10 days after end of any symptoms (cited in previous posts above). The solution is obvious, don't take a test. Is this (below) right? Julia Hartley-Brewer @JuliaHB1 THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT: Matt Hancock told me on @talkRADIO that the False Positive Rate of Covid tests in the community is "under 1%". Sounds good, doesn't it? WRONG! An FPR of 0.8% when the virus prevalence is so low means that at least 91% of "Covid cases" are FALSE POSITIVES. https://video.twimg.com/amplify_video/1306902393263665153/vid/1280x720/boLK1VmvksqTzfIQ.mp4?tag=13
  18. no, CFDs aren't 'quite different', spread bets are CFDs, spread bets are a legacy from the early days (1970s) when the whole ball game came under the Gaming (betting) Commission rules rather than the Financial Services Commission (FSC) rules. That keeps them in a different UK tax bracket which is why SBs are not available anywhere outside the UK. The tax bracketing is the only real difference between SBs and CFDs that I'm aware of but would be happy if someone could prove this is incorrect.
  19. oh ok, so is this IG example of a cfd trade on the Dax showing currency conversion not correct then? ps, taken from Oz IG so uses AUD rather than GBP.
  20. "Nobel Prize for Science winner Professor Levitt of Stanford - one of the few who called this thing correctly back in February - with a population fatality rate of 0.04 to 0.05%, largely regardless of lockdown Now calls it again - on how science has let us all down dreadfully:" https://video.twimg.com/ext_tw_video/1277543603762585600/pu/vid/1280x720/iFYywrcFxG1CLAkO.mp4?tag=10
  21. The reality, testing now up to 90,000 a day (many times greater than in March) = 'new' cases also up. If you came into contact with a cold or flu virus even months ago (and probably were asymptomatic) you would be a confirmed 'new' case. But new hospital admissions and new deaths are still negligible. Compare March with now on the chart. Second lockdown starting soon. you are being played
  22. Hi, yes the currency needs to be converted, this is done automatically, see this page for examples. https://www.ig.com/usermanagement/customeragreements?igCompany=igau&agreementType=costs_and_charges&locale=en_GB