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dmedin

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  1. Let's have a wee shoogle on the Germans πŸ€“πŸ»
  2. Trading is too difficult. I'd rather just sit back and make 15 - 16% a year doing nothing in an S&P 500 ETF 😘
  3. Got stopped out but it went in our favour afterwards 😒
  4. Let's try a wee short on the FTSE 100 toots 😘
  5. Let's do it properly and buy a future.
  6. Look at where the Nasdaq found support, Geoffrey. Isn't it curious? πŸ€“
  7. I'm already getting the 'itch' to go back into live trading, but I won't do it! After the U.S. election results I might start putting £500 a month into the S&P 500 ETF tracker again though. After all the S&P 500 only ever goes up 😘
  8. I closed my position (even although I'm trading in demo), because it's not ideal to keep a spot contract open for that long. Since I'm bullish I should probably open a future instead. (An option might be the best 'option' haha) Here we go, it's consolidating at 50% and the tedious moving averages are lining up into the proper order (price > 20 SMA > 50 SMA > 200 SMA)
  9. The FTSE 100 has been bouncing off that downward sloping line. I wonder how far it will go. 5714 as least.
  10. How much more gas? πŸ€―πŸ’¨
  11. Selling pressure building up on Nasdaq? Must be because no one is buying until after the election.
  12. There's an RSI divergence and an impending MACD crossover to consider first.
  13. More downside to come Geoffrey, if not $36 then at least $38.
  14. That 88.6% is mysteriously significantly yet so few people talk about it ... thanks @Mercury for alerting me to it 🀯
  15. Ouch. Might need to redraw the Fibs
  16. Price bounced off the Fib. RSI says buy but MACD doesn't agree.
  17. dmedin

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    Are you seeing what I'm seeing, Jasmin? 🀯
  18. Look, I will gladly get paid to do technical analysis and never put another trade on in my life 😘
  19. Here's the value of the Vanguard S&P 500 ETF tracker at the start of February and most recent price: Here's the SPDR S&P U.S. Dividend Aristocrats by comparison The SPDR index has an annual yield of 2.53% and a five-year annualized return of 12.19% The Vanguard index has an annual yield of 1.47% and a five-year annualized return of 16.39% So my question is, why would anybody choose the Dividend Aristocrat index over the S&P 500 index?
  20. This is fun Kathleen 😘
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