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Christoph Willywonka
Christoph Willywonka 7 hours ago
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a high between 2795 and 2805 is the sell signal. be ready
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Funny People
Funny People 5 hours ago
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im with you
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CHRISTOPHER Malachowski
CHRISTOPHER Malachowski 7 hours ago
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If it close at 2800: red flag
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Carlos Garat
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why?
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CHRISTOPHER Malachowski
CHRISTOPHER Malachowski 6 hours ago
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It will trigger sell off and most likely test December lows. All sectors RSI at or above 70.
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Kurt Maxberry
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Just go long and hold :)
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Nate Dawg
Nate Dawg 8 hours ago
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My bullish rally comes in 10 inches.
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maike shim
maike shim 11 hours ago
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what you guys dont understand is that there is soooo much liquidity out there. hedge funds are sitting on the most cash that they have had since the financial crisis. the fed is stopping qt and there will be NO trade deal and sentiment is still too bearish all this is BULLISH for stocks. this will hit ath in about a month or 2 I believe if not sooner
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Chase Baker
Chase Baker Feb 21, 2019 4:26PM ET
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Little drop and pop messing with heads.When it really happens most will be like oh another fake drop.
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andrew cutler
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yes, more BTFD mindset entrapment. This might go on for a  while yet though
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Mark Deren
Mark Deren Feb 21, 2019 4:23PM ET
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DOW, NASDAQ, S&P 500 all Gap up at 3:54 PM and again at 3:55 PM. What is caused all 3 Indices to gap on the 1 minute at the exact same time?...Where is the liquidity? Who is buying all 3 Indices at the same exact time? ...Ridiculous!
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Ryan Keiser
RyGuy Feb 21, 2019 4:23PM ET
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PPT
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Steve Anderson
Steve Anderson Feb 21, 2019 3:04PM ET
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After straight nine days why Market is going down without negative news? Now we are almost to done US China deal.
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Mark Deren
Mark Deren Feb 21, 2019 3:04PM ET
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Buy the Rumors, Sell the News!
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Eric Haley
Eric Haley 8 hours ago
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There was a slew of negative news yesterday. Check out the news section.
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Papa John
Papa John Feb 21, 2019 2:54PM ET
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this week
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Papa John
Papa John Feb 21, 2019 2:54PM ET
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we will see 2720
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Eric Haley
Eric Haley Feb 21, 2019 12:07PM ET
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On CNBC, someone just said that the market is completely ignoring negative economic data and pricing in a positive outcome for all of it. So true. I can't believe how much negative data came out today and the market barely flinched. Complacency is rampent. I won't be surprised if the market closes up today. Throwing money at the market won't make the detiorating economy go away. It just raises risk. No one ever predicts a major correction, before it happens. Only a select few who get criticized on the way up and rich on the way down.
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Christoph Willywonka
Christoph Willywonka Feb 21, 2019 12:07PM ET
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The media cannot and will not parade the naysayers to the market as it would lead to the decline. They keep propping it up saying it will go up "forever." While it is true the overall direction will increase, this makes it sound like it wont decline and do so quickly. We are at, or beyond the point where people believe they have missed out and decide to get back in only to lose a lot or everything again. I am bearish through at least the next year and waiting. I cannot lose what I do not risk but I can enter the market when I am comfortable doing so
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Bhavesh Patel
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looks like its a loose agreement between USA and China
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Eric Haley
Eric Haley Feb 21, 2019 12:07PM ET
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Hi PT, I'm not trying to put blame on the media. Rather, I was just endorsing what they said. I don't expect them to predict the market. But your reasoning is on point.
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Fade Proof
Fade Proof Feb 21, 2019 11:31AM ET
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Insert China propaganda
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oil trader Feb 21, 2019 9:33AM ET
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this guy is good man,   hes traded for 42 years in the market day traded before there where day traders
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Bill Bigsby
Bill Bigsby Feb 21, 2019 9:33AM ET
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Day traders have been around for a LOT longer than 42 years bud. You don't sound like you know much about the history or the markets.
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oil trader Feb 21, 2019 8:57AM ET
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ok we tried.. opp like this only come once in a lifetime
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oil trader
oil trader Feb 21, 2019 8:55AM ET
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famous market  wizzard
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oil trader Feb 21, 2019 8:55AM ET
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He is the person Linda B. Rashke trades with
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oil trader Feb 21, 2019 8:54AM ET
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is anyone going to the webinar?
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major loss if u dont see this guy trade
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Ken Haley
Ken Haley Feb 21, 2019 7:52AM ET
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Reuters was touting the move over the 200 day MA. Their political news division lies about politics so why wouldn't their financial arm lie too. I am going short here.
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Richard Rama
Richard Rama Feb 20, 2019 10:28PM ET
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is this greed? or is this fear??
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David Carlo
David Carlo Feb 20, 2019 10:28PM ET
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I think it's both they are trying to keep investors guessing so the market doesnt erode quickly
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sangho sangho
sangho sangho Feb 20, 2019 10:28PM ET
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this is bear
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Bill Bob
Bill Bob Feb 20, 2019 10:28PM ET
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fear
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Harry Jay
Harry Jay Feb 20, 2019 7:15PM ET
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bwa hahahaha....fomo sexual :-)))
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Harry Jay Feb 20, 2019 7:13PM ET
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Bird Box Black Crows
Bird Box Black Crows Feb 20, 2019 6:47PM ET
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Powell is a Fomo-sexual
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why don't they just take their profits now so the FOMOS can get in? oh greed
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David LeBlanc
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Amazing the Fed comes out and says their concerned about corporate debt then turns around and does things to encourage more borrowing...no credability
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PT Rg
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They are kind of trapped, that's why. They are trying to deflate this balloon, while at the same time preventing it from exploding in their face. It's a balance so fine that is impossible to manage, but they need to atleast pretend that they are trying.
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David Carlo
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yeah I agree they are trying to take s softer approach but in the end they know what's coming.
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