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All Ords finished the day +0.5% and sectors ranging from  Consumer Staples +2.6%, Telecomms +1.4% down to Gold -1%.

Over in Asia, China -0.7%, Hong Kong -0.1%, Japan -0.6%, India currently -1.2%.



On to UK/Europe:











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No I am imagining being a beach in Tahiti, keeping with the island theme.

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Now if that ain't one big beautiful coil !!  Bets on which way it breaks??


Great chart.  I'm watching the same thing.

Flat right now...But based on the move in early Feb, i think this triangle breaks down.

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Really pouring over the charts today.  Energy sector looks sickly, XOM ready to get dumped like Tillerson.  The momo stocks FANG,NDX,COMP,BTK, etc at marginal new highs but everything else is well below early Feb highs including BKX as well as most foreign markets.  I am with Doc, this looks like it is the grand finale luring in the last of the suckers.  Watching the VIX dry up and how the DOW pattern unfolds on smaller timeframes at the end of this thing and expect boring week coming up, not quite ripe. Should offer very juicy trading when it does make the break! 


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