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20 minutes ago, fxfox said:

At this pace NDX will close above 7k.

Just sick.

Nov/Dec is simply not the timeframe where we gonna crash. IF then in Q1 2019.

Knock knock.......Who is there?.......Elevator.......Elevator who? ........Elevator down.....Position accordingly....


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Wow man! That volatility is simply absolutely sick! Reminds me of Sep 2008.

SAR. (Question is how far each of the R‘s will go 😁)

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There is an epic battle going on, just wow! You can‘t stare at the screen or gonna suffer seasickness even worse than Doc one he saw the iceberg 😁🏻

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1 hour ago, sandy beach said:

nVidai NVDA getting crushed after hours now down 16%. At 292 just a few weeks back it is now sitting at 165. There goes a lot of endowments and pension funds.


Good technology but with a decade long stock orgy pump the air gaps below are breathtaking.....Position accordingly...

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