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early birds
post Posted: Sep 15 2020, 09:38 AM
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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Sep 14 2020, 09:40 AM

a break from US market from sellers last night, gives bit of confidence to other market, esp our market i guess

but future of asx200 didn't go crazy last night. 5900--5925 might be the tight range for today's session?? unsure.gif

not so sure , just cut down the size of the trade, or stay aside[ prefer that way]!!



 
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post Posted: Sep 14 2020, 09:40 AM
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no major event happened through the weekend [[hot war eg...]

so expecting asx200 lean to the upside today. the future is up before the bell.
keep eye on 5875, if it can stay above the level, then that is bullish sigh for short term traders or DT .

if cash market stay below 5875 , then stand aside, imho!!



 
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post Posted: Sep 11 2020, 10:05 AM
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Friday again, tongue.gif

not much action last night. as US EU market had down swing session caused big tech name FAANG or whatever you like to call it.

asx200 -----bist support should be at 5788ish, close below that with good margin then will bring most of bear out of woods. up side res set at 5866ish. wich is not far from opening bell!!



 
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as US EU markets all had really good size rebound last night.
we should see asx200 will have a good start.
to me asx200 will range bound. support is at 5925ish and res is at 5975ish. i would use that two level to take action. lean to the long side today



 
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In Reply To: henrietta's post @ Sep 9 2020, 09:19 AM

lmaosmiley.gif

it is poem for you H
not for me , as i bearing through the pain last two days!! sadsmiley02.gif

i guess 99.99% of people don't like to see the dentist!!! pay the $$ and get the pain!! weirdsmiley.gif

hope you guys do well with current yo--yo market!! as asx200 future looked well atm.



 
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This would make an excellent short poem , EB.

QUOTE
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.


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early birds
post Posted: Sep 9 2020, 09:07 AM
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support for asx200

5820ish then 5792ish [strong support], other than that, not so sure!!!!! as geo--risk with overbought major market, be skittish on these levels, even you are a little longer term investors!!

try to use 5 minutes chart to scalping today, ----long or short !!



 
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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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