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  1. Still looking at a 2-3 day cycle projection of 4155. Oscillators look bottomy. Doesn't rule out a downdraft, but if we get it, that should be it.
  2. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/06/11/covid-doctor-warns-southern-states-vulnerable-to-delta-variant-this-summer.html?recirc=taboolainternal
  3. I have installed a new theme on WSE because comments had stopped working on the 12 year old theme that had served its purpose. I go by the rule, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. If it ain't not broke, fix it. So the three comments I get every 3 months will now be visible. I've updated and streamlined a few other things. Welcome to the 2010s.
  4. Looking at my daily data, this setup is potentially very bullish, or very bearish. The market will either go up or down from here. That is all. Carry on.
  5. It never gets old, does it? Well yeah, actually it does. At 4:30 AM in NY, 4209 sets up as a critical trend spport junction. If they get below that, shorts may have something going. But if it holds, back up we go, probably to 4323-24 as a first stop. If they clear 4225 next stop would be around 4235. Then if that's cleared, target would be the top of one of those megaphones, around 4270-75, depending on how long it takes. If they head down, first checkpoint should be 4203-05. If you are a new visitor, please register and join in! To post your observations and chart
  6. They're right about the Dow of course, and still have 7 minutes to pull victory from the jaws of defeat on the S&P
  7. This morning the papers were saying that the market was headed for its fourth loss in a row. I tried to tweet to Marketwatch that they better be careful or you'll choke on your vomit. But of course, I'm blocked and can't Tweet. 😁
  8. Lake Bled reminds me of the Bay of Kotor. I grabbed this shot from a moving bus.
  9. This one should be the breakout. It's a beautiful evening here. I'm going to take my usual walk around the peninsula for a stop at the Sea Organ and Salutation to the Sun.
  10. I hit the road in 2 weeks. I can't wait! First stop Ljubljana Slovenia, with a side trip to Lake Bled. Ljubljana Lake Bled
  11. European apartments tend to be much smaller than US apartments with same number of bedrooms, but they're very efficient.
  12. Full tile baths are the rule everywhere in Europe that I've been. Floor to ceiling. All walls.
  13. That said, relative to that, rents are a screaming bargain. You could rent that for $1500.
  14. This is typical for $440,000 USD equivalent. https://www.seloger.com/annonces/achat/appartement/nice-06/liberation/171547293.htm?projects=2&types=1&natures=1,2,4&places=[{"districts":[90840]}]&bedrooms=2&mandatorycommodities=1&view=1&balcony=1/1&enterprise=0&qsVersion=1.0&m=search_to_detail&Classified-ViewId=171547293
  15. I'm looking at the Liberation district. Great neighborhood a bit away from the tourist neighborhoods, but on the tram line, a couple blocks from train station, and the grand Avenue Jean Medicin, which is Nice's Champs Elysees. Not that there's anything comparable to the Champs Elysees, but Jean Medicin has a great French urban energy. The neighborhood includes the Place Charles DeGaulle outdoor market and the Gare de Sud food hall, and wonderful Belle Epoque architecture. 15 minute walk or 5 minute tram ride and 5 minute walk to Promenade des Anglais. And by the standards of d
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