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  1. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    .... I am getting a little concerned about my stock holdings
    US shares? I see no technical indiion in any respect that are about to come down or leads me to think that US stocks have peaked. It is all incredibly bullish right now, and it is merely the point to which the Dow Jones and the SP have moved over their daily 200 moving averages that alerts one to the fact that they're way overbought, but as we all know, stocks can stay overbought or oversold indefinitely. They come down hard, and will come down, but I find no indiion of that happening yet. My alarm will be sounded by me while I do clock.

  2. #42
    We got up the transfer I expected, almost carbon copy in fact if you take a peek at the last chart I posted, so I'm quite pleased on that front. I have up a gap to where we reside, but do not know if this is just a gap in my charts or there was a real gap movement. Now the price is sitting over the H1 200ema in 12,600, therefore it ought to proceed up again from here now that it's 200ema support, and also we might see 13,600 quite quickly, maybe even by tomorrow.

  3. #43
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote US stocks? As for me, I see no indiion whatsoever that are going to return or leads me to think that US stocks have peaked. It's all incredibly bullish right now, and it's merely the extent to which the Dow Jones and the SP have moved over their daily 200 moving averages that alerts you to the fact that they are way overbought, but as we all know, stocks can remain overbought or oversold indefinitely. I see no indiion of that happening, although they will come down, and come down hard. When I do, I will sound my alert....
    Mainly UK and EU stocks. I have been around a while .... This up-trend was rolling.

    The crash of 1929 was preceded by only ten years of uptrend. I guess I'm doubting that matters can only continue up. That, after all, is exactly what was being said throughout all 1929.

    I will be watching to your alert...

  4. #44
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    We have up the move in Bitcoin I was expecting, almost carbon copy actually if you have a peek at the previous chart I posted, so I am quite pleased on front. I really have upward a gap from 11,360 , to where we reside, but do not know whether this is merely a gap in my charts or there was a real gap movement. Now the price is sitting above the H1 200ema at 12,600, so it ought to move on again from here that it has support, and we might see 13,600 quite fast even.
    Not 13,600, its own can push up to 15,000, and maybe target is 20, 000

    who know, just market will reveal, now its hard to tell up its push our down!

  5. #45
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    quote Mainly UK and EU stocks. I have been around some time .... This up-trend has been rolling since 2010, that's a long moment. Just ten decades of uptrend preceded the crash of 1929. I guess I'm doubting that things can just continue up. That, after all, is precisely what was being said throughout most of 1929. I will be watching to your alert...
    The FTSE 100 has met a resistance level of mine on the weekly tf in 7,800. From which it may continue to come down another 500 points or so. It's well supported past, and though that I wouldn't like to say right now. It could be though as in which there is plenty of support though it will fall back from this level to 7,300 or so, there is not any guaranteeing that it may return to where it is now that it's peaked.

  6. #46
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    quote The FTSE 100 has met a resistance level of mine to the weekly tf in 7,800. Where it might continue to come another 500 points roughly down. It is still supported beyond, and however that I wouldn't like to say at the moment. It could be though as though it does fall back from this level into 7,300 or so in which there is plenty of support, there isn't any guaranteeing that it may get back to where it is now that it has peaked.
    I have been anticipating the FTSE 100 to come back and kiss 7000, but perhaps it won't make that retrace. The EZ and US markets are picking up, particularly the EZ. That will push it through 8000 if we see a few expansion in China in a month. If you have a look at the flag shown on a 25-year (?) Chart the FTSE 100 has just busted resistance.

    FTSE 100 firms are mainly global gamers, so the condition of the UK economic advantage is reflected more in the 250 or 350 indices.

  7. #47
    Seems like Tuesdays' price action is a possible break that is fake. Todays' price action seems to be retesting the possible imitation break.

  8. #48
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    quote I've been expecting the FTSE 100 to return and kiss 7000, but maybe it won't make that retrace. The US and EZ economies are picking up, especially the EZ. If we see a few positive growth in China in a month it may be pushed by that through 8000. If you look at the flag shown on a 25-year (?) Chart the FTSE 100 has only broken resistance. FTSE 100 firms are primarily players, so the state of the UK economic advantage is reflected in the 250 or 350 indices.
    The 250 is pretty difficult to read at the moment. . .much more ambiguous concerning short to medium term ( 2018 ) direction. Tomorrow looks bullish for the FTSE 100, therefore if it's, it'll be interesting to see if that 800 level is analyzed what happens. Basically though, Euro and US stocks are all bullish at this time, with no ' crash ' in sight as far as I could see from a technical perspective.

  9. #49
    Anybody have a peek at Uranium. The price is low at the moment due to the decommissioning following the Fukushima crisis, but China currently has 20 nuclear power plants under construction, and nuclear has a future. Buying Uranium, particularly with the price in which it is, is big time, and a no brainer, since it can only go one way really! The price is currently pulling back, however, put the fibs on and you might get a decent entry around the 61.8% or so when it pulls back that far.

  10. #50
    Dow 32k is my shorting number that is magical. Called it years back when it was at 10k

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