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All Ords dipped -0.1% with Utilities +1.5% and IT +1% on top and Telecomms -1.3%, Miners -1% at the other end.

Over in Asia, China +0.3%, Hong Kong -0.1%, Japan flat, India currently -0.1%.



On to UK/Europe:









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I know it is so very wrong but I am anticipating very large substantiation rallies when a tax bill passes the Senate and then again when it finally passes after reconciliation with the House Bill. Sorry. Continuing with this sick line of thinking, the current ultra flat trading ranges feels so much like a script, waiting for the  news to launch melt ups.

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People are now questioning the days the dow does not go up +100 or more

(on any BS "news blip" or tweet)


A 2%-5% drop would put people in intensive care


(will "them" ever let that happen now)


>: Bonds being bought too, I guess GE and precious metals are the only things

that are allowed to drop

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That didn't last long. Presubstantiation I guess.


Everyday is Presubstantiation Day.....It is the new year long holiday......


>: and there was a dip, and BAM right back UP - ATH


Nothing to see here, move along, and by all means.......try again later.......

this is a recording.......

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