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Philip Seago
Philip Seago May 26, 2017 8:17AM GMT
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I think its high time some investigation was started as to why we have modern major indices only going in one direction despite the fact there is a tonne of bad data, together with the fact we are a massive massive All time highs, 2nd longest bull market ever, plenty of geo-political risks etc .. .The central banks should be put on the spot and forced to answer what on earth is going on ? .The veil of silence actually is very revealing. They seem to be hoping to force markets to stratospheric levels based on pretty ordinary ( or worse ) data, without anyone actually noticing these indices are going up in some cases by 30 or 40% !!! .Why have they not reined this back ? Why is it left to get so out of control the entire community is asking the same question. : What the heck is going on ? this is NOT normal in any respect..
Oleg Micevic
Oleg Micevic May 26, 2017 1:08PM GMT
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Where do you think all that bogus money went? The printing presses were not cooled since 2008 prompting up every failed business on the face of the Earth for more then a decade.. The key is to understand that the game is rigged like never before and position yourself accordingly... Oh yes it will crash, and it will be more rapid then ever but not until they load up small investors and pension funds with this worthless paper and then borrow against it in order to short it... When exactly , I dont know but I feel we are getting close....
Philip Seago
Philip Seago May 26, 2017 2:13PM GMT
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Yes, re: rigged more than ever, this is absolutely so.. Its really got to a ridiculous level now. . Central banks are buying up everything in blind panic because they know what they have created and have no plans how to unwind it.. . same old story, only this time, VERY dangerous..
Kai London
Kai London May 17, 2017 3:06PM GMT
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7093 is the first target - however make no mistake THIS TIME ROUND - we are headed back to levels not seen since last year March/April - in other words, 6,000. DOW heading below 20,000 within a few days. Then 19,000 within the next 2 weeks. Although FTSE 100 is slower to react, it will catch up very quickly in the coming days. Absolute 100% sell.
Soros Berg
Soros Berg May 20, 2017 6:59AM GMT
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I agree. But do robots agree?
Anthony Ho
Anthony Ho May 22, 2017 10:48AM GMT
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OPEC meeting is happening this week, so it might test ATH
Peyush Patel
Peyush Patel May 23, 2017 8:24AM GMT
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since 17may comments the market has still been going up when do you think good time to sell?
Soros Berg
Soros Berg May 25, 2017 7:06AM GMT
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Today. Topping on the monthly.
Nick Blake
IntelM May 17, 2017 10:36AM GMT
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Higher highs, global sell off could cause massive sell off back down to 7400 in a Jiffy!
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