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19,678.28 +87.52    +0.45%
06:00:13 GMT - Closed. Currency in JPY ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: Japan
# Components: 225
  • Prev. Close: 19,678.28
  • Open: 19,679.50
  • Day's Range: 19,618.73 - 19,722.93
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Nikkei 225 19,678.28 +87.52 +0.45%

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jibreel algeria
jibreelalgeria May 09, 2017 2:59AM GMT
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19930 short,
Philip Seago
Philip Seago May 08, 2017 4:24AM GMT
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pick a number, any number, multiply by your age, add a few thousand and you have the NIKKEI !!.Not sure why the Jap central bank are willing to throw so much at the stock market, Its clear they won't give up until 20k,.Nothing new, all indices doing the same,, no data to support it, its just the sheep folowing the sheep, over the cliff. We are SO extended everywhere, bubbles within bubbles.. .Obviously its all going to crash, but the mania won't stop just yet..We will go to even more extreme levels before this all simply breaks.Every pre-crash phase is the same, euphoric buying of stocks because noone can or wants to see that it can possibly end. .There are some VERY worrying data points in the US economy which are likely to crash everything..
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Philip Seago May 05, 2017 3:12PM GMT
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20k Nikkei, there are simply no limits or rules for any of the major indices, any random value is acceptable, .Markets can gain thousands of points for absolutely no reason in the modern world. .DOW, 4000, Nikkei 4000, FTSE 1800, DAX over 3000, These are bewildering increases, bigger than anything we have ever seen before. I think these MUST be wild actions before a crash... If they had been steadier more sensible increases, it would make sense, but the speed & amount of the increases are out of control and its my belief they will break the markets because I dont believe markets could fund this much longer. Everyone is leveraged, everyone is long, its more money than actually exists, so how is it paid ? .Fibs dont even get tested in anyway, these indices would have to pullback 1 thousand points to even go anywhere near the first fib level. It could not be more extreme, but mainstream dont even report this !!.
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