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early birds
post Posted: Sep 8 2020, 09:41 AM
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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Sep 7 2020, 11:43 AM

EU market did really well last night's with US market holiday.
the bull run seems won't be finished easy.

as asx200 future points up and as well as SPX future rallied atm looks bulls are back

keep eye on asx200 5975---6000, over come this level market will turn bullish again -----bears will close their shorts when that happen!! imho



 
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Sep 4 2020, 09:41 AM

went to dentist this morning

still try to manage the anesthetic , it will be more pain when the "norm feeling is over" .
the sound of drill still ringing in my head.......ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

not much to add as asx200 seems start to recover from the sell off. on the fence for me today!!





 
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The record breaking run in US tech stocks came to a shuddering halt overnight as the Nasdaq Index plunged 5 per cent, its biggest one day fall since March, amid concerns about the sector's lofty valuations.

None of the high profile US tech names was spared: Tesla slumped 9 per cent, Apple tumbled 8 per cent and Google's parent Alphabet slid 5.1 per cent.

Netflix lost 4.9 per cent, Twitter fell 4.7 per cent, and e-commerce behemoth Amazon.com shed 4.6 per cent. Facebook fell 3.8 per cent and China's Alibaba lost 2.3 per cent.





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looks a overbought pull back with other major market last's session

so use 5925 for asx200 for the last support for the longs. if asx 200 dip below 5915 then short it.



 
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asx200 future went as high as 6125 before the bell, so i took shots
now i closed them all out at 6100. sit on fence now. can't see much to do quick trade.
lean toward long asx200 esp holding some stocks. our market looked bullish .



 
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still held my DAX long and trialed stops to 13282, like to see how high it can run up,

as AUD goes down a bit last night's session, i expecting asx200 will over come 6100, and target 6200ish
for today, i would target asx200 at 6125., stops should be 6075ish, so there isn't much of risk/ reward ratio. for index. i might look at financials today.
high yield might have a good session today.



 

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had little long on DAX just raised stops at 13145, target all time high at 13300ish

asx200 gonna test that 6100 again . bulls seems not gonna give up this run up easy . stay with trend!!



 
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In Reply To: cooderman's post @ Sep 2 2020, 11:28 AM

aussie GDP -7% AUD had a dip after the data .

but asx200 seems stay strong on back of this data, . it gives investors little more confidence to buy more or stay long.......



 
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Yeah EB audusd and audjpy have been really strong lately.. I usually trade one or the other,
Just a case of following trend.
I won't trade today and wait and see how far they pull back.

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In Reply To: cooderman's post @ Sep 2 2020, 10:37 AM

hi cooderman
so nice to see you back here, tongue.gif really miss your TA input

i lock in the profit for asx200 index little too early, but profit is profit, that covered loss of yesterday and plus bit more, so a good session for me so far.

tell us about AUD/USD PAIR , looks really in the strong up trend!!




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