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Chart of the Day:

 

EUR/CHF 1min

 

you see the intervention i posted live on IDS? When SNB internvenes they do this in EUR/CHF, thats for them the most important pair. They did this really good, friday afternoon after european markets already were closed since half an hour.

 

(btw, times you see on my charts are always Central European Time, thats EST +6)

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I can;t understand why gas here in vegas has not dropped a single penny in the last few weeks....Still around 2.80-2.85

 

 

Oil has been getting hammered

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EVERY FRIGGIN DOUCHBAG ON CNBS KEEP BLAMING WASHINGTON!

 

UGGHH

 

 

Lost money...Terradoucha,We will see new highs this year.

 

(that douche is fully loaded in tech at the top)

 

^_^ :angry:

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I can;t understand why gas here in vegas has not dropped a single penny in the last few weeks....Still around 2.80-2.85

 

 

Oil has been getting hammered

i haven't any data but anecdote (otay, i'm too lazy to look it up), but i seem to remember that gas prices would be quick to reflect upswings in oil prices, but slow to react when oil took spills.

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Still guessing about 1020ish in the next few weeks....

 

If today was the month end tape paint,the market is in HUGE trouble

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Not seeing any divergences that suggest this thing is over yet.....Poor Jimmy.. :ninja:

 

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Not seeing any divergences that suggest this thing is over yet.....Poor Jimmy.. :ninja:

 

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Just wait for the news Sunday night or Monday morning. :ph34r:

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EVERYONE on the planet assumes rates will rocket higher,But we are in a deflationary sprial,and I think people are gonna run into bonds.At least on the next leg down in the markets.

 

I could even make the case for retesting the highs in treasuries,Although I am sure nobody here would agree with me. :huh:

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EVERYONE on the planet assumes rates will rocket higher,But we are in a deflationary sprial,and I think people are gonna run into bonds.At least on the next leg down in the markets.

 

I could even make the case for retesting the highs in treasuries,Although I am sure nobody here would agree with me. :huh:

 

Yep still has a bullish, ride the trendicator look to the 10 yr weekly...

 

2 year futs went out at a new all time closing high......

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Euro ETF 60 min may provide a possible road map for cash stock indexes if hourly 900s fail to hold next week...look at that classic back kiss of the 200 over 900 cross...

 

4 hour looks about ready for some sort of bounce....

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Just wait for the news Sunday night or Monday morning. :ph34r:

 

I'm waiting for Cramer to capitulate on his bullish position.... :rolleyes:

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