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Another round of selling for the early openers: Kiwis -1.3%, Aussies -1.5%, Japan -3%, Sth Korea -2.2%.

Gold +2.3% is the sole green Aussie sector.  Energy -2.4%, Consumer Discretionary -2.2% and Utilities -2.1% are the biggest losers.

 

 

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Interesting divergence on breath and market.

Lower lows on the daily close but breath didn't.  I'm long and think we'll bounce but will cut losses on my long if it takes my stop out.

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Interesting divergence on breath and market.

Lower lows on the daily close but breath didn't.  I'm long and think we'll bounce but will cut losses on my long if it takes my stop out.

 

Yeah how about 2633 and then sell?  

 

Got a little UVXY from now 22 will dump above 35 will add below 19 .........

 

The scales in general have tipped finally after close to a decade of fighting the other side....We will get strong rallies but maybe just maybe we can take the other side of the trades in general and in some cases as you have working  ride the rallies with close stops....

 

2633 might be the tap in the next 6-8 hours...I am flat for now....

 

Good luck you hit rate is simply spectacular as seems to be the case through the years....Me just trying to hedge and ride the wave here and there been a tough tough stretch to make hay the past decade giving my stubborn thinking.....

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All Ords finished the day -1% with sectors much the same as the morning post: Gold +1.8% down to Energy -2.1%, Telecomms -2% and Consumer Discretionary -1.6%.

Asia off the lows: China -4.1%, Hong Kong -3.1%, Japan -2.3%, India currently -1.3%.

 

 

On to UK/Europe:

 

 

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Yeah how about 2633 and then sell?  

 

Got a little UVXY from now 22 will dump above 35 will add below 19 .........

 

The scales in general have tipped finally after close to a decade of fighting the other side....We will get strong rallies but maybe just maybe we can take the other side of the trades in general and in some cases as you have working  ride the rallies with close stops....

 

2633 might be the tap in the next 6-8 hours...I am flat for now....

 

Good luck you hit rate is simply spectacular as seems to be the case through the years....Me just trying to hedge and ride the wave here and there been a tough tough stretch to make hay the past decade giving my stubborn thinking.....

 

Got to 2617 this morning and then did a 37 point nose dive. 

Still holding long and moving stop this morning lows at 2580.

 

Think we'll get a test at 2625-2630 this morning.

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heavy short covering in the early going could leave the market bereft of demand later.  

 

Margin calls for stocks are liquidated in 3 business days if the amount of the call has not been met. 3 days ago the SPX was down over 100. There should be some reverb from that today. 

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Great photo series of yesterday's parade. Happy day here. I'm proud of the way Philadelphians partied. Millions of people. No destruction. No one got hurt. 

 

http://www.philly.com/philly/super-bowl-lii/eagles-parade-pictures-photo-gallery-philadelphia-fans-super-bowl.html

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