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All Ords closed +0.2% with most sectors showing a gain.  Energy was out in front, +1.6%  followed by  REITS +1% with the only downers being Financials -0.2% and IT -0.1%.

Over in Asia, China +0.3%, Hong Kong flat, Japan -0.9%, India currently -0.7%.

 

 

On to UK/Europe:

 

 

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Covered half of ES short from 2759.75 at 2739.75 for +20.

Holding the other half with stop at 2760.

 

Trade safe.

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Gap down below resistance.

Textbook.

 We got the gap part, it's the go part now that's the question.

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They're at the bottom of a 2 1/2 day megaphone at a low. Weird. 

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Market just blew through apparent 2 day cycle projection of 2736 and 3 day 2738. 

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5 day cycle projection  2714-15

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I wrote an homage to LeeWhee in Sure Money over the weekend.     

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