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All Ords 5-day chart

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All Ords finished the day +0.4% with sectors ranging from Energy +1.4% down to Gold -1.2%.

Over in Asia, China +1.4%, Hong Kong +1.6%, Japan +2.2%, India currently +1.2%.

Huge jump in UK/Europe: FTSE and DAX +1.7%, CAC +2.1%.

 

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The opening gapped the cluster of resistance trendlines 2700-2710. Uptrending resistance is at 2740 this hour. 

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We should kiss the EMA200 daily on ES at around 2750 and then die. If that doesn't play out and we would instead go much higher than we have to think about if this is really a bear. A bear market is not defined as a market which constantly tests the all time highs... We simply have to go down and establish much lower prices, like dow sub 20k orwhotnot.

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Sold WDC @43.33 for +2.00 from yesterday morning.

Holding TSLA puts under water -2.00 (times 3 contracts times 100)

Took a Long TZA@11.35

Took  a Long NUGT@12.85

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Doc I went long miners with a NUGT purchase/trade.

I am looking to trade this vehicle as its so volatile.  Traded down to 10.50 then up to 16.50 now sitting @12.85

Looking for 13.25 which could happen before I finish typing :) ......

Are you still bullish miners?

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46 minutes ago, fxfox said:

We should kiss the EMA200 daily on ES at around 2750 and then die. If that doesn't play out and we would instead go much higher than we have to think about if this is really a bear. A bear market is not defined as a market which constantly tests the all time highs... We simply have to go down and establish much lower prices, like dow sub 20k orwhotnot.

So so many years of relentless Bull biggest by far in magnitude and duration could very well exceed these "technical" levels and then implode.  Liquidity analysis dictates the Bear has commenced still very early.

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