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Patunja Pateto
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52.50 then weu0027ll see what to do
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Bulls, I enjoyed watching your little party (or should I more properly call it a circle j**k?) today over your +0.24% victory.
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Are you OK?
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it did almost touch 280, just would not stick. rigged.
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James Bond
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It happens to the best of us
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Tah Tange
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RED! On the way. Let’s see what the blind hope bulls will say ;)
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Josh Lee
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Where is Gold going here?  Has it bottom yet?  There seems to be capitulations for Gold miners...
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Zach Mulder
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as long as the dollar tanks, gold should see strength, as they are inversely correlated
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Saca Saca
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Just typed a paragraph only to have it deleted.  Frustrating
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Marcus Cicero
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Zach The dollar is always tanking relative to itself, even if it is stable relative to other currencies.
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Patunja Pateto
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NVDA any thoughts for this week. New graphics might attract everybody.
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I see little more downside probably 53 if it goes through 50 then 39 nice place for bounce.
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Josh Lee
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historically isn't Sep.-Dec. is good for market; beginning from back to school sales all the way to Christmas holidays and New Year are very good in boosting companies bottom line?  So can we say the market is spending Feb.-Aug. on a correction mode, since we haven't broke out of ath.  If that's the case that yearly avg. % is what 6-8% for market?  Then is likely that market will rally pretty soon and end the year with 7% growth, is this a reasonable analysis since we are not in recession yet seeing ERs and forward guidance raised for the quarter?
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Zach Mulder
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Josh Lee The S&P 500 is about to do something it hasn't done in a midterm election year since Dwight D. Eisenhower occupied the Oval Office. It's on track to end July in the green after a positive April, May and June.That's a rare bullish sign, according to Jeffrey Saut, chief investment strategist at Raymond James. "There's only been two years in the midterm election years going back decades where the market has been up in April, May, June and July and it was only 1954 and 1958," Saut said on CNBC's "Trading Nation." "Each one of those times, the market, after a soft first part of August, rallied sharply into year-end." In 1954, from the end of July through to the end of December, the S&P 500 rallied 16.5 percent. Over that same period in 1958, the index surged 17 percent. Saut expects a similar pattern this year. He sees the S&P 500 regaining records set in January and ending north of 3,000. A move to at least 3,000 represents 7 percent upside from current levels.
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Zach Mulder
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i mean, people say stuff all the time, so i take these kind of things with a grain of salt, but it is a data point of interest, and seems logical given recent action ..
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Josh Lee
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Zach haha I love that... salivating at 16-17%, I didn't read his analysis, but seems to support my speculations, which I think is logical and reasonable given we have spent 7 months digging out of the hole, some FOMO is due to IF after breakout ath.  I tried not to read to much analysis from others; or course you have the other side as well.
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Trump said himself that he doesn't expect anything to come out of the China trade talk meetings this week so that should cancel out the pump from Friday on the China meeting news.
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Michael Schumacher
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"should"? Sure. WILL? Unsure.
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Most daily market charts have negative divergence so I am betting we head down soon.
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Tony Casso
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Bet big girl
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Mi Bi
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Should test 2854 minimum, more likely 2852 more another massive moonshot tomorrow
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Marcus Cicero
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I am holding 39.5% cash right now. If I had to guess, I would guess that the S&P is not hitting a new ATH, or at least not a meaningful new ATH.
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Marcus Cicero
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The reason I am not holding more than 50% of my account in cash is because I believe that the equities I am holding will outperform the S&P if goes down or sideways.
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Michael Schumacher
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Marcus Cicero Understood, same here. I'm just a LOT less confident in my abilities than you are in yours =)
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Eulogio Montes
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Im at 65% cash taking a calculated risk that short term there will be a major pull back before elections...
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ready for gap down!
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ready to 2864
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I was originally bear but it’s best to be premie bear long term bull this is a bull market guess you’ll learn the hard way
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this market it’s very strong .
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@marcus.  If you are holding any crypto longs i strongly advise closing the position and re re enter upon bull break.  I’m seeing a break one way is possible within next 24 hrs.   80/20 bear favor.  Only my opinion.
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Saca I agree. I currently only have about .5% spread across ETH and BTC. I think this bear market in crypto is going to last several years. The 80% plunge from the ATH is too new.
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Why not warn me :( im too much of a troll? Lol
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Saca Saca
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Tony Casso 6301 bear break just occurred.
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tomorrow open above 2868 or be ready to see 2815 in next few days
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Saca Saca
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Can’t technically see the rsi not continuing to diverge even if price breaches ATH. It’ll take very large green candle to pull the daily rsi upwards to avoid div... can it be done , yes but not expecting it.
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Zach Thanks I can see it better on my trading system chart. Starting 7/25.
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James Bond
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RSI is a lagging indicator. There isn’t a divergence yet because the “high” is not in as Zach said. Sorry, but i’m not going to use a lagging indicator to call the final high for the market.
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James Bond
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Average gain/average loss. If the market hits a new high here on a lower RSI then that means something. Until then RSI means nothing because it’s a calculation in progress.
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Eulogio Montes
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Lol...trump just put out another tweet about low expectations from the trade talks....there goes the futures...:)
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Patunja Pateto
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I couldnu0027t find that tweet. Last tweet about us postal service and heroine
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James Bond
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Ditto...I don’t see it.
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Ever wonder why fund managers can't beat the S&P 500? Cause they're sheep and sheep get slaughtered.
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Futures Trader they don't need too -- their holdings can influence the movement better than my holdings of a stock :)
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Perma Neutral ya but thats why they get sliaghtered because they are just following what everyone else does
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That must be it...
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this is the apex of the waning crescent moon pattern
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Your have more drawings then an architecture.
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The_Cash_Cow And none of them end up predicting the market correctly. Let they keep coming.
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This one stands the best chance in a while! Basically you're saying it's a good time to be on vacation.. so I'm thankful!
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James Bond
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I’m surprised nobody is talking about the $USD? Really clear downside price action. My long gold is working great thus far.
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I mentioned this opportunity like 6 times last week. I guess shorting the S&P is what most prefer. lol.
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James Bond
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Remember that chicken on Moana? It’s good at bending over and pushing the short button repeatedly and walking off the boat to drown itself. Just like the bears here.
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James Bond
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Nice job on your gold long
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Important where OPEX will open next day IMO.
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A very low volume day, except for the soon to be legalized in Canada widely used recreational plant
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And almost all of those did great except for those guys at CVSI lying about heir patents lol they got slaughtered
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Zach Mulder
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market in holding pattern until china meetings and fomc minutes release
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I don't think the minutes will change the rates outlook all that much. They're from a meeting they kept rates steady, usually pretty boring read. That said, the market can decide to use them as an excuse to do whatever it is it wants to do.
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Zach Mulder
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TheFrog the minutes have been surprisingly market moving the past few times. there's likely a lot of tea reading going on in trying to figure out how many more rate hikes are coming. but like you said, the market likes a good excuse
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Zach exactly, I was just putting my rates guy hat there for a minute
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Miroslav Kotrbanec
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2853 easily supported, gap up follows up with OPEX.
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Saca . That wasn´t broken, but i´m not sure to say rejected.
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Josh Lee
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Some very big whale clearly didn't want any position at the close
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Miroslav Kotrbanec
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Josh Lee . Only avoid buying doesn´t mean selling.
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I don't know if it is better to sit on hands when only 14 pts away from ath, could have pb, if pass ath then re-buy?
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The brokers had another fantastic day
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Yep field day in s&p pit for sure
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