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Limited action from the early openers: Kiwis -0.1%, Aussies +0.4%, Japan flat, Sth Korea closed.

Only one down sector in the Aussie market, Financials -0.3% with the upwardly mobile being Miners +1.8%, Materials, +1.6% and Utilities/Healthcare +1.1%.

 

 

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All Ords finished the day +0.5% with sectors ranging from Energy +2.4%, Miners +1.7% down to Financials -0.8%.

Over in Asia, China flat, Hong Kong +0.5%, Japan +0.4%, India currently +0.7%.


Minor gains in UK/Europe: FTSE +0.3%, DAX +0.3% and CAC +0.1%.

 

 

 

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That's got to be record short position for the commercial traders. 

Could simply be a hedge on a far larger position.

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r2k record high, check

naz record high, check

 

spx and dow coming fast and furious.  was thinking July, but with low summer

volume and shorts close to really panicking, could be 2 weeks or less for all

time highs.  then, we'll see what happens

 

could care less about another rate hike next week, yawn

everybody knows it coming and doesn't mean anything

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Doc,

 

Will there be s time when you will give in? Will you throw the towel? I mean, when liqui dries up I wouldnt expect NDX and Small Caps to make new ATH‘s, espacially not them. So when available liqui goes down, that should hurt riskier assets more. Seems like there is still enough liqui available. That is not exactly that what I expected when I thought back in Feb about June...

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Doc,

 

Will there be s time when you will give in? Will you throw the towel? I mean, when liqui dries up I wouldnt expect NDX and Small Caps to make new ATH‘s, espacially not them. So when available liqui goes down, that should hurt riskier assets more. Seems like there is still enough liqui available. That is not exactly that what I expected when I thought back in Feb about June...

 

If there's no seller, does Liqui matter?  Volume was anemic yesterday.  SPX can certainly flow up for the rest of the summer and test the ATH.

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If there's no seller, does Liqui matter?  Volume was anemic yesterday.  SPX can certainly flow up for the rest of the summer and test the ATH.

 

tells me there are no more "weak hands" left.

 

wealth concentration does that.....

 

with plenty of help from you know who

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bears don't have a clue about what's about to hit them

 

some are starting to panic and you can feel it.

 

just wait until they all scramble at once, meltup

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measured move from 2742 breakout is 2805. 

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3 day cycle projection 2770

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2 day, 2767, done. 

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