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Bears in the Woods 9/9/22

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Do bears doodoo in the woods? Because this is a big setup for it. The current measured move target of the most recent base breakout is 4140. First there's resistance at 4045 as of 7 AM in NY. The next R level is 4070. If they hang around 4045-4070, and then break through that, the next measured move target would be 4250. Then if they got through that, the next target would be... and so on. 

The current 5 day cycle projection is 4085. 

To break the uptrend they would need to drop below 4011. Good luck with that. 


This is just the very short term stuff. For the big picture check out the posts below. 

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pro tip. what you need to catch a train in Paris you must leave plenty of time and have immense patients because the major train stations are completely insane. I think the montparnas station is the biggest one and the craziest one I've ever seen. It makes Penn Station seem like a walk in the park. 

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9 minutes ago, DrStool said:

Take a look at this trend. 


When(If) it is at 6+ let me know.......that means an almost double from here.......

If the World-Wide QE money spicot is still going, "The Man" may or may not care.....

Just need to give a few more Debt forgive-ness to a select group of slaves......

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