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World Stock Markets Trading Discussion - Billowy bravado

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I had a HUGE mistake yesterday.

The initial bounce to 2744 after fed announcement hit my resistance level.  *pat in the back*

Then it came crashing back to 2725.  *No problem...expected on a wild day*

The bounce off of 2725 to 2742 was when i should had taken the short... * DESERVE a SLAP HERE*  

 

Missed out on all the fun.

 

Hard to be perfect.

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I agree....a bounce right now to the 2685 area should be shorted with a stop off of the hourly high at 2693.

 

Filled @2660.00 +20.....

 

Reshort @2666.00 if it gets there

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And there goes that low. 5 day cycle projection now looks 2640.

 

Doc good place to fill SP@2641.00 today/after hours.......

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Very rare moment when the Bear gets to growl since the start of the hyper-ponzi printing and wealth transfer cluster f*ck fraud has taken hold.....

 

+100 on SP in 24 hours......

 

Might just might be a decent stretch for the Bear to claw back a few......

 

Looking to reshort SP@2654.75  overnight......There is a huge air gap of another +100 on the SP to the downside......

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