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Trader Ceight
Trader Ceight 4 minutes ago
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Nikkei and Hang Seng down... Will s&p follow?
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Patunja Pateto
Patunja Pateto 15 minutes ago
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I made my desision to stay onother 5 hour candle maybe it reaches my target 67.75
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NYORKA NYORKA
NYORKA NYORKA 11 minutes ago
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Easily after Euro open
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Hurst Rider
Hurst Rider 10 minutes ago
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I have higher ambitions but keep the gambling down to a minimum 64 67 maybe.I am out.
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Patunja Pateto
Patunja Pateto 18 minutes ago
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This was my plan to stay in the game till now
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Patunja Pateto
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Should I stay or should I go ...
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Hurst Rider
Hurst Rider 16 minutes ago
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Ah the Clash..Trim some off..
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Zach Mulder
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fwiw, this is just my gut instinct and i could be totally wrong, but given how low the put/call ratio was, meaning way more people are in calls than puts, which most likely that means that a lot of people were chasing the major momentum stocks at their all time highs, and given how often there is a thurs rug pull whenever the put/call ratio is so low, to wipe out weekly options holders' premium so they lose all their money before friday expiration, my gut instinct tells me that today might have just been a shake out of weak longs + a bear trap, so they can take it back up tomorrow with fresh shorts to squeeze. that doesn't mean the rally will hold tomorrow - if anything they might take it back down again. the name of the game of this range trade has been misdirection to keep both bulls and bears on their toes. but the sell off breadth today wasn't that strong, some stocks never went red, and it stopped right at support and bounced. so, that's my thesis. again, might totally be wrong.
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Dante Valerian
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Watch the DAX, Euro Stoxx (FEZ ETF), Hang Seng, and Nikkei. China and Europe, as well as EEM, are all on key long-term support making bear flags. It's make or break time for foreign markets.
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David Swanson
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Lets break it down and send VIX through the roof
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Dante Valerian
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If I had to guess (and it's just a guess), the US Dollar will correct down and some trade talks will emerge over the weekend which makes people hopeful, foreign markets will rally, and money will rotate out of US markets short-term.
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Patunja Pateto
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Anyway I was hoping to see 67.75 by next hour
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Zach Mulder
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that's too ambitious. there's some trend line resistance around 63 that might slow it down for awhile, or reverse it.
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Patunja Pateto
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I am 100 long next hour I will look and see
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feel like chewing my thumb, was shorting Volatility the entire day.  Was hold it over night. Any advice for Open?
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Arthur Sommer
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Yes my advice is stop chewing your thumbs it never helps.
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Saca Saca
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1998,2008,2018
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Clint Fl
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Look at a chart from 1998, if you’re looking to confirm you’re bias it’s not going to be in the number 8
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Saca Saca
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Clint Fl 9
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Kapil Baldawa
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A small fall during trading hours and they are trying to hack this up. Poor really. Again negative day beckons for Friday
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James Bond
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Are you holding any short positions?
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Scott Mccray
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2775 back to where we stated the day
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pretty crazy how they run this every night .
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Scott Mccray
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china trying to take back the 600 from last night 1/3 of the way there
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I just look at the banks and how the insiders are selling their stock and I make my assumptions from there.  It just does not give me a lot of confidence is all.  Sure they tell us all is fine but would you believe a bankster??  Rimes with gangster :)
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I am not convinced insider selling is any type of an indicator any longer - like it was 40 years ago. Why? They got the stock for FREE and will get MORE for FREE, Old days insiders actually used to buy the stock. No longer.
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Exactly!  And besides there are two ways you can read what you are saying.
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Anyway this will be bright green in the morning... there you go with the prediction ..lol
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Russell Olson
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I predict the opposite
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Triple Jay
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have you become perma bear?
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Perma Neutral
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So are we in denial sentiment phase?
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James Bond
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I would love a short but it’s not in the cards (yet) IMO
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Wouldn’t it be nice for someone to be able to time it?
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James Bond
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Total world stock market oversold. Dow at support and oversold. SPY, QQQ, and IWM holding up very nicely despite the lower breadth. Mcclellan oscillators at support and oversold. Percent of stocks above 50 day moving average have pulled back to trendline and oversold. Outside of the typical bear rhetoric (fundamentals overvalued, asset bubbles, etc.) there doesn’t seem to be a reason to sell at this point.
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Oversold? Other global markets, yes, but India and US, both holding up especially US, which doesn't have any fundamental to hold up.. buy back n tax credit story about to end
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Dante Valerian
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QQQ and IWM are both overbought and vulnerable to a 2% decline, which really isn't much but would take them down to stronger support while they build up new levels.
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nothing is oversold
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Patunja Pateto
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S&p will get over 65 soon. By the way it feels great to be on the right side
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MelbourneGirl 2 hours ago
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the smart/big money is leaving the markets.  I wonder why???
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Probably because they're smart...
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William Plotts
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Big money / smart money left 6 weeks before 2018. $umb money + daytraders X Gamblers / thrill seekers= negative for the year.....
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NYORKA NYORKA 3 hours ago
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Crude up over 1%, why is S&P lagging
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Would guess because of the Nikkei
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Technicals reveal the asset bubbles are in overbought territory long term & the fundamentals for the asset bubbles are horrific. A combination of both those things makes me confident the asset bubbles will pop relatively soon. Patience is key, I may have not shorted at the top but I am confident I will close for a very nice profit in a few months.
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The bad part is the $umb and the majority in here are brainwashed and programmed into thinking it can't go Down.. especially the terminology of " Bulls" lol the bulls left the S&P gimmick at 2880
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Barry.....have you ever stopped to think what overbought really means in the long term and how that effects short selling before those conditions change if ever? And I mean beyond text book analysis. Consider supply and demand like when they limit supply of those hot toys that every kid has to have at Christmas. Only in this toy store some kids are forced to have it then suddenly the shelves are bare.
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William Plotts a little research and you will be surprised at just how little is held by retail investors. Most big drops are caused by naked short selling as a posed to retail investors selling or institutions reducing exposure. When that changes so does the game, I keep track of holdings and sales have to be reported first and approved by the sec. when you start to see a lot of them reducing then you can panic.
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William Plotts
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Don't worry there is $umb money on 2'-0" centers, it will be green at the open for the $umb money to Buy....
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Leroy McDonovan
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Smart money shorted the Rut in the 1300’s I guess
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William Plotts
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Well we know who the $umb was today .... Leroy is worried about the rut back in Aug
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what are u on bro...
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Barry Bearish Bear
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Okay, since someone asked "when the asset bubbles will pop" I will share my opinion. They will pop very soon. Evidence of this from a technical perspective is the main asset bubble AMZN current monthly RSI is at 86. As a reference point the bitcoin bubble monthly RSI hit 95-97 when it was at 18-20k then popped.
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how soon is very soon?
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Barry Bearish Bear
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Tony Casso by end of 2018
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James Bond
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Bitcoin was parabolic. AMZN is trending. Different set up. That said, I understand the sentiment and actually agree with you. I just don’t think the timing is quite there yet.
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Small entry long over the prior hourly @54.50.
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lol
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H Lloyd
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Iron Mike, any news?
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Iron Mike
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Look at Shanghai before lunch and after lunch and remember they have Friday tonight
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