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All Ords 5-day chart

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All Ords continued to climb, albeit weakly, to finish +0.4%.  IT +1.7%, Telecomms +1.1% and Consumer Staples +1% gained the most with Gold -1.5% at the other end.

Over in Asia, China closed flat, Hong Kong +0.3%, Japan -0.6%, India currently +0.1%.

UK/Europe heading down: FTSE -0.6%, DAX -0.1% CAC +0.4%.

 

 

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DIWORSIFICATION

Peter Lynch talked well about DIWORSIFICATION

Altria is a prime case right now.

Overpaying massively for Juul and Chronos. 

Altria would have been far better off using those funds to creep up the INBEV share register.

Taking advantage of the fact that INBEV's share price has cratered due to its excessive debt.

 

Sectors currently in a bubble:

1/ Pot Stocks

2/ Fintech

3/ Bonds

 

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Best ever Liquidity Trader report Lee.

The shutdown is the unexpected event which is going to prove you right to people who just can't see it. I suppose the previous significant shutdowns could be seen in the same way but I suspect this time the bell will go off in peoples heads.  The effect of ending the shutdown could be blunted if the Treasury decides not to refund its surplus. 

We have to hand it to TBAC for acting responsibly in a system where everyone is out for themselves. It's almost shocking in this day and age that these people from the likes of C,JPM, GS and the like continue to advise policies which work against their institutions short term interests. 

 

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so they "shut down" the Govmint

to make the market go higher.......how quaint....

if they re-open, that will be bullish, too....

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2 minutes ago, MisFit Kid said:

so they "shut down" the Govmint

to make the market go higher.......how quaint....

if they re-open, that will be bullish, too....

For a day or two, maybe. 

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