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Amazing Afterbirth 7/31/20

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This market looks just like a slinky going up the stairs. 

Oh. Wait. 

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They painted the end of month like true professional Hitmen......

Then again, free money probably did most All of the "hard work"

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Good News is not always a good news. 

How about a trading range where Buyers think It's going to breakout,  Fed is there to look after the market Only. Any drop and Poor Fed will do $10 trillions in QE and Free handout.

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Cycle screening numbers that I'll publish in Technical Trader this weekend have been negative since 7/24. Not just a little negative either.  Mid range negative. Massive decay under the topline averages. 

Try it risk free for 90 days. 

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But play both sides. Which is what we’re doing.

Broad market indicators say the market is going higher, but cycle screens say, “Whoa, not so fast.” I don’t know which to believe yet, but our chart picks have us playing both sides, with 6 longs and 5 shorts, in position to profit either way. That’s a little less long than it was. With all the market uncertainty, it has been a profitable strategy to follow over the past 3 weeks.

This report has all the details on how to trade the mistrust.

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LOL. The EUR/USD ended July at 1.1776.  

Sense of humor. 

Dis chart is berry berry bullish to me. '

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Are there any Bullish/Bearish indicators for Arsenal winning the FA Cup(2-1)...........😀

side note: (the other team died on the field - 3 injuries and 1 red card)

 

>: The 7 inning Double Header

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