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Mark Garland
Mark Garland Sep 22, 2014 09:25AM GMT
Was very late looking at charts today. Looking now I would like to put in a quick short however think I may have missed the boat on this one. Will look out for any rally and short that.

eric lompa
eric lompa Sep 22, 2014 07:49AM GMT
Mario14h lol dont short its suicide
Whys that then, you cant make a statement like that without an explanation......? My charts are looking like a short term short move....

Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Sep 22, 2014 07:36AM GMT
Stocks look very dicy now. Tesco is crushed and BHP not doing good, and these stocks have brought down the FTSE and impacting the other EU markets. On the other hand, G20 forecasts are also pushing the stocks down. But you know all this could be short lived. SP500 looks for interesting for short term trade to go long. It is at 2001 level again.
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Sep 22, 2014 07:55AM GMT
Another reason for negative sentiments: . European stocks were lower on Monday, after China's finance minister crushed expectatons for further stimulus measures, while concerns over the outlook for growth in the euro zone also weighed. Source : Investing. Clearly it is could be dangerous to go long now. Shanghai lost 1,7% today.. . Question to river traders: If we see further sell off today, how far can it go?
Who cares, if your short, which i am (FTSE100) then just ride it. When it seems to be changing then reduced blocks and ride it out, if it falls further open it up again. I'm looking for 6775 initially then 6760.
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