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joules mm1
Posted on: Yesterday, 01:47 PM


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quite right !
theyre using the leaves to figure on zones to dig versus the idea of extracting gold from tree leaves
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joules mm1
Posted on: Yesterday, 12:53 PM


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this had me laugh.gif

" MEU...They're looking for gold in tree leaves!..."
found on social media
you know the old "Tallest Building Index" or the "Restaurant Index"
i think we've found our sell gold index

extracting gold from tree leaves

.......the moment equivalent to landlords asking for rents in gold bullion and gold-specific ATM's appearing
remember what happened to bitcoin not long after the first bitcoin ATM's appeared ....
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joules mm1
Posted on: Yesterday, 10:53 AM


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a secondary channel is confirmed, this has not confirmed a rotation in the larger up-phase, not yet,

..the current "sell the news spikes" and the extreme positioning of both major groups (managers v commercials) suggest the bets downside are better
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 15 2019, 10:09 AM


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#trend #perspective



Walter Murphy‏ @waltergmurphy The weekly cumulative a-d line for the broad S&P 1500 closed at an all-time this week

12:59 PM - 14 Sep 2019
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 14 2019, 08:44 PM


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worth noting

the xauusd cfd hit 1557's sept 5th

this morning we closed just above the low of swing south of 1484's of sept 11th


that's 73 points in 5 trading sessions, slightly over 4.5% swing, not huge, but, quick

what's interesting and sits inline with the www.timincharts.com COT readings for GC contract

is the reading for retail cfd positions which is 73% BTO (long)

if we say the other 27% is hedging (unlikely) then that 73% buy to open is very bullish mentality, very little fear, buy the dip rationale

if you traverse twitterspere the vast majority of "chartists" show a a clear delination to longer-term/larger timeframe bull scenarios where this weeks move was a simple reset
what's interesting is, almost unanimously, no one see the downside
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 14 2019, 03:21 PM


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https://www.providentmetals.com/knowledge-c...-explained.html
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on this chart i've drawn an orthodox triangle
the whole bounce may now be completed based on this techno-speak

in this chart there are 3 legs, up-down-up
where up is fairly simple and obvious
the down is complicated in a triangle, the triangle is complete
it consists of ABCDE, there is a ratio of 1:.382 of the C and E, this is a typical construct to complete the triangle
the next and final move, the second up (of the up-down-up) is a thrust symmetry of the first up leg
that is usually 100% (ratio of 1:1)

the practice is to draw a vertical line (price length low-to-high) of A (low)

to the (high) green timeline, that vertical line is the "thrust" price length applied to the termination of the E leg
the end of the E is the end of the triangle, the triangle has already ended before it exits the boundry of the triangle

price typically under or over-throws that target by a few ticks but should be near enough to confirm other markers i would use closer to the rotation
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my normal asking question of any techno-speak is; does it affect how i would trade the bars during the session i think a substantial rotation is printing?
in other words, would this "event" or zone of likelyhood make any difference to the trade technique normally applied?
as this is a specific criteria for trade perspective rather than just normal trade technique, the answer is definitively yes, simply because the risk

we should expect to see a swing in how the auction is transacting, what volatility occurs and what new price lengths are printing, meaning, how are the
swings unfurling, do the moves fit the picture of a "larger: rotation, doe sit make sense, does the price action fit a new context,
fit the current context, do the swings make relative sense
this merely adds to specific trade executions we can take without adding risk and allows the levels (most recent high now holding a higher profile)
to be navigated with a new roadmap in mind, at least how to profile, how to frame my thinking on what is the higher probability(s) unfolding
it allows reframing the context of the larger plays at hand and who is likely conducting business, given the time of day etc...
it would, more importantly, define sizing and whether a positional trade (an anchor) is worth the risk, we don't want to open the screen after the weekend
and find we've been gapped out and i have to see markers that suggest the construct fits a larger rotation, mostly those markers are going to be the

extremes in sentiment (with the previous trend) and price construct in the direction of the rotation

if the new pricing, or price construct is clean, non-overlapping, with momo that suggests volume entering and we have impulsivity in the new trend
direction....so far
the next effort over coming days and weeks is to find the marker that says the larger trend is printing in the new direction, this not just affects how risk
is framed but if an anchor position requires paring
while it is nice to have a tenet that we should take a 100% reward if we're taking 100% risk, in reality we must accept that finding and acting on a major
trend swing is extremely rare.....
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 14 2019, 12:42 AM


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Julian
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when does the "incontrovertible uptrend" become the inconsolable downtrend? 1484's front month connie

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words on a screen, just another cupcake on the highway, 2c worth
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 14 2019, 12:34 AM


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i have several stop-sells (STO) triggered already

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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 10 2019, 10:51 AM


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$XAUUSD front month cfd broke 1502's very smoothly, bids have essentially dried up but shorters are not pressing the pedal down, yet

we should expect a puke sell at the low of this first leg down
and then a few days to weeks of resetting to allow bidders to catch their breath and buy the dip
the bounce is likely to be taudry and catch both sides out so patience is the key as we have not yet found a clear confirmation the
downtrend has resumed, at that point pricing should move swiftly
this pretty much somes up the 30 year T which display a smooth trend south too (so far)
there is no specific level i can site downside for either intstrument that we should aim for, there are plenty of

rotational ratios (swings against the trend) to use as resistance


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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 9 2019, 06:38 PM


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if you've clearly defined that youre still in a bull leg,
then these points wont be of concern
the auction is making you accept lower highs
the xauusd front month contract is printing -53 from the high, failed to hold the news whip, pros sold the strength
the COT clearly shows all hands to one side of the boat
there is no divergence between silver (and gold) selling from an impulsive high
last week printed an outside-down weekly bar
there is likely to be a lot of stops at 1500 psycho level, not to mention multiple M/A stops there
all of that in consideration; is it a buy the dip moment or a sell (confirmation) in the making ?
i am STO and looking to add on a break of 1502's in the front month contract
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 7 2019, 09:19 AM


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the news whip merely allowed strong hands to distribute, the news couldnt even make the halfway retracement of

previous sessions sell down and silver took outs the equivalent low completing the sell signalgold also printed an outside down

daily signal in the dec contractxauusd cfd still register 62% bulls telling us the retail buying the dip, getting the never ending,

always giving, discount to a previous price ...
the contract extreme positioning tells me the STO bets are a better r/r than the BTO bets ...or when in doubt, stay out, STC
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sell to open, buy to open, sell to close
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 6 2019, 01:03 PM


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+
clearly silver in agreement with this mornings sell is way over stretched in the sentiment department as per my post last week, todays COT report is prob going to show extremes still hold for trend following manager and retail
but giving it room to move, risk profiled, small size until support levels give way to GMTFO trades that have too much on the BTO side

with the US equities and honkers/aussie 200 on the bid refusing the "sell everything coz a guru said so" team liquidity maybe
rotating back into faster equities rises ....afterall....who needs negative interest rates !!
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 6 2019, 12:58 PM


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gold ($XAUUSD)
took a decent whack this morning, still short on that looking for an attempted rotation north around 1502's but it'd have to go well into 1430's to signal a trend rotation back to a bear market has taken place
it is far more likely that money needs to wash out, a range bound topping process rather than an impulsive sell, even tho this mornings initial leg downlooks pretty solid from a STO point of view
2c
(i am also STO US30 year bond)
*STO = sell to open
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joules mm1
Posted on: Aug 31 2019, 05:03 PM


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there are a lot of assumptions about Au as an "investment" ....it is a punt on a set of ideas that have no endogenous nor intrinsic value as a function of business that can sustain the current, self-imbued, sense of bullish stuff, that doesnt mean it has value that cannot be measured, it merely implies the current value has zero sustainability outside of the posturing of it, in the same way that a new ice age was inevitable, in the way that when it last made it's high in 2011 there were landlords demanding gold for property rentals and every gold jewellery hawker was buying and guess who were the biggest buyers, that's right, your friendly central banks ......the COT report clearly shows an extreme worthy of a crash.....



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http://timingcharts.com/
code GCselect COTselect 10Yselect Twiggs Money Flow adj to 65
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joules mm1
Posted on: Jun 29 2019, 03:14 PM


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may we see your alternate count, please ?
alternate counts give a traders perspective 'balance', as best it can be balanced based on their technique of applying the EW principle(traders often develop an unconscious technique of applying the EWP while feeling they have an advantage BY applying the EWP)

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joules mm1
Posted on: Dec 15 2018, 10:43 PM


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as the owner of this site cannot be attentive to minor details such as expanding jpeg upload facility there's not point in being here as that stuff is my fave shtick

hohum ....bummer !

good hunting to ya, eb and nipper smile.gif

.......recloaking

julian
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joules mm1
Posted on: Dec 15 2018, 10:35 PM


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about forecasting

the challenge is not the prediction/forecast of itself (from whomever)

the challenge is the emotive logic one takes on (as the prediction/forecast)

I say, if you do not have a relative reference point to counter the dialogue youre reading and subsequently do not have the tools to challenge the dialogue, then, in the extent of quality, let's say. a peer-reviewed analysis, you cannot offer any opposing idea

that means

your ignorance is filled, the blanks are filled in for you

you are, as one infamous French author made of the 9/11 flights into the towers achieved, you become a witness to ideas, to evidence, so,e of which is perfectly valid of itself, yet, again, within a self-served context and relative perspective

once you own this "evidence" and you become "witness" to its "validity" you are then prone to defending what you have decided is valid

this defence is what i call emotive logic

you may become a buyer of all tops and seller of all bottoms

so you see, responsibility is not with the writer of a forecast, rather, it lays with you to be better than, ahead of, to know more than the forecast offers


2c
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joules mm1
Posted on: Dec 12 2018, 03:08 PM


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plenty of generic indicia yesterday to say today would be an upday, honkers bully overnight
it's probably more a case of manufacture the santa rally (less selling) to sell-into and the new year strength for anotherkicker selldown .....altho, i'd hold my sell guns on honkers, that looks pretty complete and primed for resumption of quarterly uptrend

#havingaguess
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joules mm1
Posted on: Dec 12 2018, 11:06 AM


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living the dream
https://twitter.com/i/status/1072598448589946880
dream state
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joules mm1
Posted on: Dec 6 2018, 12:03 PM


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$xjo
last one, can't post jpegs:
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.....today showed plenty of bid/offer volatility, to me a good sign buyers around to scoop the low, me too
retaking and closing above 5648's would be a top sign of bullish rotation
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joules mm1
Posted on: Dec 6 2018, 11:37 AM


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" buy the cannons, sell the trumpets"
for long term investors a good axiom
but you know ....trumpets ...hmmmm......trumpets .....say it slowly... tongue.gif
arrested developments, eh

here's your 250 plummet in the $dax futures 66 points in the $spx front month contract
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-chin...usiness+News%29
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 25 2018, 11:54 AM


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https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/23/science/...rcontinent.html
An animation showing the separation of Antarctica and Australia, the two large blue masses, from the Gondwana supercontinent over tens of millions of years.CreditCreditBy P. Haas/kiel University
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 23 2018, 09:34 AM


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Reuters Business‏Verified account @ReutersBiz 2h2 hours ago Bitcoin may have lost value this week, but if you take a closer look, it's actually been getting more stable, @tomwilson1983 reports https://reut.rs/2R5PUgy via @ReutersTV




(my reaction - yes- it's become more stable aaaaat losing!)


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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 22 2018, 10:53 PM


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$dax

#study #monthly #channel

dax link



Julian
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2m2 minutes ago
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#observation $dax #balance
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 22 2018, 10:28 AM


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thanksgiving usually bullish cupla days either side in the US
local retail are 60% short xjo (cfd front month sp200) ....good sign for the bullish bias

slightly stronger bid signals in the high beta $SML v $xbd and $spx
http://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/advchart/...se&state=15
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 21 2018, 01:03 PM


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they snapped the abc .....nice ...momo kicking in


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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 21 2018, 12:34 PM


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price stalled at a typical ABC move where A = C at 100% (A up, B down, C up)
honkers effect
cash
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 21 2018, 12:01 PM


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looked a manufactured rip up at the low with a stall until honkers opened ....when the market fails to roll up on its own that suggests we'll need to retest the cash low unless (adjusted) symmetry resistance is taken out and closes above 5663
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 21 2018, 10:33 AM


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$xjo needs to break 5661 symmetry on impulsive bid to begin a daily upleg
nearest intra resistances 5630 + 5622

cash basis
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 20 2018, 01:01 PM


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http://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/advchart/...se&state=15
relatively, TLS is performing extremely well, price is saying plenty of buyers and lack of sellers, of course, managers rebalance with indexes causes price to stall yet % basis pullback remains shallow favouring bulls when indexes rotate north daily basis
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 20 2018, 12:15 PM


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over-leveraged and over-margined .....regardless of the goss many positions get closed to cover margin calls on other assets
same thing happened for gold in 2007/9 rotation in equities ..all one big pond of liquidity
nothing new in the world of squeezes...there are rare times when correlation is actually causation

which is nice !
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 20 2018, 10:41 AM


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traders who find themselves stuck in a positional thinking, feel at odds with themselves, those are the times to take a break
$xjo cfd's have been 80% longs last two sessions on a consistent decline in price .....this happens a lot, pre-empting direction

here's a good listen from a pro trader#FT71

https://soundcloud.com/chat-with-traders/08...er-71-interview
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 18 2018, 03:21 PM


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one leads to the other

from Parkinson's UK
"How can we cure Parkinsons" video link

"...but most small molecule drugs don't get into the brain.... types of drugs pharmaceutical companies are now developing, these are the very advanced new types of drugs which are large molecular weight or biological drugs, these are proteins, these are antibodies, these are 'big' drugs, of the top selling drugs in 2014, 8 out of 10 of these biological drugs, bigger drugs and none of these are used to treat neurological diseases and that's because they do not get into the brain...currently, our ability to take advantage of this new wealth of knowledge about drug development is impossible unless we have a method to deliver these into the brain [tick*] and to make this point, again, about 98% of all small molecule drugs do not get into the brain, a 100% of all the big one don't get into the brain.....any attempt to develop a neurotherapeutic by concentrating only on the drug and not giving enough emphasis to delivery [tick*] is highly likely to end in failure..."
"Overcomming the BloodBrain Barrier" video link

[*] NTCell is a neurotrophic factory empathetic to neurogensis, the brain takes what it wants, celluar structures define what they want and take the parts they need, in that, this is an expansionist approach rather than a reductionist approach, within reductionism cells are forced to take on a linear amount or single-identity process
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 17 2018, 10:26 AM


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#study #pericyte

in addition to previous post
"Initial study results in the Pericyte Protective Agent project with the University of Auckland
and the Centre for Brain Research show choroid plexus capsules had a beneficial effect on
the survival of human pericytes in vitro. In November2017 LCT filed a provisional patent
for pericyte protective agents to protect the intellectual property from this research collaboration."
http://www.lctglobal.com/upload/news/2018/181115%20LCT%202018%20AGM%20Chairmans%20Address.pdf
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 17 2018, 09:21 AM


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#study

#pericytes

$LCT partners with Uni of Auckland
Auckland research reveals for first time how Parkinson's develops

https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/897...insons-develops
what is
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4759679/
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 16 2018, 06:17 PM


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$gold $xau back on the bid, constructive lift (trendy)
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 16 2018, 12:38 PM


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(Reuters) - The race to build a better electric car battery is turning to silicon, with several companies working to engineer types of the material that can boost driving range and cut production costs.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-autos-ba..._source=twitter

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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 16 2018, 09:20 AM


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worth noting the $sox has been + divergent to the $spx last few sessions

http://bigcharts.marketwatch.com/advchart/...se&state=15
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 15 2018, 02:47 PM


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two fat bid signals at 5686 low swing $xjo
taken
not precious on it tho wink.gif
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 15 2018, 01:16 PM


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auction pressure on a small lift today with very good UPDRS results
http://www.lctglobal.com/upload/news/2018/...resentation.pdf

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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 15 2018, 11:14 AM


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AUD Unemployment Rate 5.0%

AUD Employment Change 32.8K

graph https://www.forexfactory.com/calendar.php#graph=91363
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 13 2018, 08:25 PM


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ENVIRONMENTNOVEMBER 13, 2018 / 8:12 PM / UPDATED AN HOUR AGO
Germany has set aside 1 billion euros to support battery cell production: minister

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany’s economy minister said on Tuesday his ministry had set aside around 1 billion euros ($1.12 billion) to support battery cell production in Europe’s largest economy, aiming to have 30 percent of such production coming from Germany and Europe by 2030.

Economy Minister Peter Altmaier said Germany wanted to work with other European countries, adding that he was already in contact with France, Poland and Austria on the issue.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-europe-b..._source=twitter
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 13 2018, 03:38 PM


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ran into a brick wall ......$dax overnight liquidity gang hoisted a ton .....gotta like the fake lifts ph34r.gif
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 13 2018, 03:25 PM


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honkers on a nice lift, riding this


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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 13 2018, 10:44 AM


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only trade size in live hours
it's a killer overnight ....yesterday was education day with price failing to ascend hence my do or die post
some days are pivotal structurally, meaning, if they aint doing what is typical the opposite is likely to carry the weight
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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 12 2018, 04:39 PM


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$hsi
am loaded to the gills with honker longs .....do ph34r.gif or die graduated.gif time

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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 12 2018, 02:39 PM


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$xjo on the accelerator pedal .....wanted to post a chart with adj channel ....but admin ..must be a limit
curious that $dax is up 100 overnights .....prob bullish bias on 100 year anni of WWI


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joules mm1
Posted on: Nov 10 2018, 01:12 PM


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#data #research #Parkinsons #Cognition

No Mortality Risk for Parkinson's With Normal Cognition

Sue Hughes

November 06, 2018

Although mortality is increased in patients with Parkinson's disease compared with the general population, this does not appear to be the case for patients who present with normal cognitive function, a new Swedish study suggests.

"As far as we know, this is the first time it has been shown that Parkinson's patients presenting with normal cognition have normal life expectancy," lead author David Backstrom, MD, Umeå University, Sweden, told Medscape Medical News.

"This is a positive message to be able to give to these patients, which made up about 40% of the Parkinson's patients in our study," he said. "Our study shows that Parkinson's disease is not necessarily a death sentence, especially if cognitive function is normal at presentation."

Another major finding is that survival in parkinsonism is highly variable. The investigators have characterized some phenotypes that that are associated with higher mortality rates, Backstrom noted.

"These include patients with atypical parkinsonism, such as progressive supranuclear palsy or multiple system atrophy, and Parkinson's patients with cognitive impairment, rigidity, freezing of gait, and loss of a sense of smell," he said. "Female patients also had a higher mortality risk than male patients. But we didn't find any association between tremor and mortality."

The researchers also conducted imaging studies, which showed that mortality was higher for patients with more severe deficits in the caudate and putamen nucleus. "That makes sense, as it suggests mortality is related to neurodegeneration," Backstrom said.

Another interesting finding was that mortality was greatly increased in patients with low-grade leukocytosis in the cerebral spinal fluid (CSF). Such findings indicate an immunologic reaction.

"This supports other research suggesting that Parkinson's disease could have an immunological component, and if confirmed, it could have important implications, raising the possibility of using immunomodulators as a therapeutic strategy," Backstrom commented.

"Our results suggest that it is beneficial to diagnose patients very carefully when they first present. While we can give good news to those with normal cognitive function, we should also follow more carefully those with characteristics linked to higher mortality," he added.

The study was published online* October 31 in Neurology.

The researchers note that previous studies have suggested that life expectancy is reduced in Parkinson's disease, but the specific factors accounting for the reduced survival are not known.

They point out that most previous studies have used hospital or registry-based cohorts in which patients with mild Parkinson's and older patients may have been underrepresented. In addition, there are few studies of the survival in unselected populations of patients with new-onset idiopathic parkinsonism (including atypical parkinsonism), rather than Parkinson's disease alone.

The study involved 178 patients who were newly diagnosed with idiopathic parkinsonism, which, as well as Parkinson's disease, takes in other conditions, known as atypical parkinsonism, with similar symptoms, such as progressive supranuclear palsy and multiple system atrophy.

The study included 143 patients with Parkinson's disease and 31 patients with atypical parkinsonism (18 had progressive supranuclear palsy, and 13 had multiple system atrophy). Four patients were unclassified. They were followed for up to 13.5 years.

At the start of the study and at least once a year, the participants were tested for Parkinson's symptoms and cognitive function. During the study, 109 patients died.

Mortality rates in the general Swedish population were used to calculate standardized mortality ratio and expected survival. Cox proportional hazard models were used to investigate independent predictors of mortality.

Results showed that the standardized mortality ratio for the whole parkinsonism cohort was 1.84 times higher than the comparable age and sex distribution standardized mortality of the Swedish population during the years 2004 to 2017 (P < .001).

"This means these patients had an 84% increase in mortality compared to the general population over the study follow-up period," Backstrom explained. However, there were large variations in mortality among the parkinsonian patients.




In line with the findings from several previous studies, patients with atypical parkinsonism, including progressive supranuclear palsy or multiple system atrophy, had a markedly worse prognosis than patients with Parkinson's disease. Standardized mortality ratios were 3.32 for patients with atypical parkinsonism and 1.58 for patients with Parkinson's disease.

Assuming the mean age of 71.7 years at baseline in idiopathic parkinsonism, the expected survival in Parkinson's disease was 9.6 years, but it was only 6.1 years in atypical parkinsonism, the researchers state.

They say their results confirm the "dire prognosis" of these atypical parkinsonian disorders. "In fact, age was not a significant predictor of survival in patients with progressive supranuclear palsy or multiple system atrophy, which is likely explained by the strong effect on mortality caused by these disorders themselves."




Cognitive Function

Life expectancy was also strongly related to cognitive function. Those with cognitive impairment at the beginning of the study were 2.4 times more likely to die during the study than those who had normal cognitive function.

Assuming the mean age of 71.2 years at baseline, the expected survival in patients with Parkinson's disease was 11.6 years without cognitive impairment and 8.2 years with mild cognitive impairment. Patients with dementia were excluded.

As a measurement of global cognitive function, survival also correlated with the baseline Mini–Mental State Examination score after adjustment for age (1.19 times higher hazard for death for each lower point, P = .006).

Furthermore, a lower level of education was not associated with increased mortality. This may indicate that the higher mortality in patients with poorer cognitive function was related to the pathologic process that led to cognitive dysfunction, rather than being related to socioeconomic factors, the authors say.

A low-grade inflammatory reaction in the CSF was seen in 13.1% of the patients with Parkinson's disease. This finding was strongly related to a reduced survival, with a 6.31 times increase in hazard for death.

The authors note that an increase of proinflammatory cytokines in the CNS and an inflammatory, hyperreactive state in circulating monocytes have previously been shown in Parkinson's disease. Two large, observational studies have also found a lower risk for Parkinson's disease associated with the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in the general population.





"Taken together, our findings might suggest a triggered immune system, responding to the presence of abnormal, misfolded proteins in Parkinson's patients with short lifespans, possibly contributing to disease progression.

"The shorter lifespans in patients with a CSF leukocytosis indicate a rationale for further investigating immunomodulation to reduce Parkinson's mortality," they add.




In an accompanying editorial**, Lawrence I. Golbe, MD, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, New Jersey, and Cristian E. Leyton, PhD, the University of Sydney, Australia, describe the new study as an "important contribution" to estimating life expectancy in parkinsonism.

Although they say the results require validation in independent cohorts, the editorialists say they are "good news for people with Parkinson's disease, their families, and clinicians," because the results suggest that for patients who have mild disease and normal cognition at onset, the mortality rate is equivalent to that of the general population.

They also point out that the study stratifies risks not only by using the traditional clinical markers but also by integrating information derived from laboratory analysis, genomic, and neuroimaging data, which "yields a fine-grain estimation of individual risks."




"The finding of an inflammatory reaction in the CSF suggests direct secondary prophylaxis via anti-inflammatory treatment; and the finding of cognitive status as a predictor similarly suggests rehabilitative measures, not just as palliation, but potentially as prophylaxis," they state.

The study was supported by the Swedish Research Council, the Erling Persson Foundation, Umeå University, the Västerbotten County Council, the King Gustaf V. and Queen Victoria Freemason Foundation, the Swedish Parkinson Foundation, the Kempe Foundation, the Swedish Parkinson's Disease Association, the Torsten Söderberg Foundation, the Swedish Brain Foundation, the European Research Council, and the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation.

Neurology. Published online October 31, 2018. Abstract***, Editorial****







* http://n.neurology.org/content/early/2018/...000000000006576

** http://n.neurology.org/content/early/2018/...000000000006560

*** http://n.neurology.org/content/early/2018/...000000000006576

**** http://n.neurology.org/content/early/2018/...000000000006560





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channelling your inner Clive James
Kellyann Conway

" In an interview with the Washington Post in August, Conway said her husband’s tweets were viewed as “disrespectful” but did not want to talk about them.

“I’ve never actually said what I think about it and I won’t say what I think about it, which tells you what I think about it,” she told the Post."




https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trum..._source=twitter
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bears trapped $xjo
.5236% retrace of first leg up $hsi cfd appears complete






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there's an old axiom that applies today $xjo
in a bull trend "never sell a flat market"
cfd positions are showing 34% longs (66% shorts peaking at 70% shorts this morning)
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fixed the editorial to being positive-biased rather than emotively-negative-biased (designed to keep your eyes on the media)

"Sydney house buyers are being forced to buy at steeper discounts as properties languish longer in a better-bargains residential market."
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top read
link: https://twitter.com/i/moments/1060323978500165633
(not a spoiler): An office screw-up at a talent agency for the ages
Personal story 2 hours ago
The often ruthless and ungrateful world of climbing the talent agency ladder gets more complicated if you cross someone like @quinncy's former boss.
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live U.S midterms for those of you thoroughly disinterested/uninterested in such 'stuff'
https://edition.cnn.com/politics/live-news/...2018/index.html
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'midterm' bowel motions
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all the goss:

The model
The model for this painting was named Marie, not Chloé. She was born to a poor family in 1856, and was of Persian descent. She left home at a young age and started posing for artists in order to gain some income for herself and her sister. She was 19 when Lefebvre painted her for Chloé. Considerable controversy surrounds her relationship with Lefebvre, which much disagreement as to the exact nature of the relationship. Some have said that she had a sexual relationship with him, while others have said that he rejected her.[6] Another account says that he seduced both Marie and her sister. Whatever the truth was, a year after Lefebvre completed the Chloé painting, he married her sister. A year after that, Marie hosted a party with close friends, during which she slipped away into the kitchen and made and drank a poisonous substance. The exact reason for her suicide remains unknown but some have speculated that she did it because of her unrequited love for Lefebvre.[7]





https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chloe_(artwork)


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$xjo on a diagonal day ....tech break out at cash 5878's
$hsi honkers displaying consolidation in micro rotations
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nothing to see $xjo. more of the same trendy action, even on a quiet (raceday) volume day price clearly lacks seller volatility
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today is raceday in Melbourne, a wash-out

but..not this:
Runaway train deliberately derailed
in WA after traveling 95km unmanned Australian news 2 hours ago BHP has suspended all Australian freight trains after a locomotive with 268 wagons travelled 92km across the Pilbara unmanned and at great speed. It's understood the driver alighted to check on a wagon and the train began to roll away.
John McRae @McrazyR · 15h15 hours ago Replying to @JohnNicholls6PR Well at least the track must have been in excellent condition because it would have self- derailed otherwise. That IS a true runaway train 40,000 tonnes x 220 km/hr is a lot of energy. The pile-up at the derail would be horrendous. Waiting for photos.
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observation $xjo v $hsi intra
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prefer longs, small size till sideways broken upwards $xjo
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forced into taking haircut early, too
retest 5800's probably
money is waiting for honkers
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long $xjo at the pre-open .....cfd's went to 36% long (64% shorts)
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Robert Rohde‏ @RARohde Oct 28 The era of continuous sea ice monitoring from space began 40 years ago with the SMMR on the Nimbus-7 satellite. In this image, I compare the first satellite-based Arctic sea ice map to present conditions 40 years later. Today, we have 28% less sea ice than was originally seen.

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Glaciers in the Yukon territory are retreating even faster than expected in a warming climate, scientists warn

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/oct/...yukon-shrinking

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how $HSI reacts to this symmetry resistance is going to give good insight into whether we have made that longterm low and the monthly

uptrend has resumed .....i think game on for the bulls ....soonaz lunch was over the shorts go reamed and both $dax/$spx went strong bid in the implied cash front month cfd connie
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honkers re-opens with smashing upwards spike after lunch


uh-oh time for the shorters was this morning

$xjo cash takes out previous symmetry resistance and then consolidates with a bullish shallow 27.2% retrace (cup n handle set)
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only a matter of time, H cool.gif
one strike, a years supply .....they'll blow up a lot of batteries getting it right
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lol

keep the kiddies out
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#SA
Over 200,000 lightning strikes hit South Australia
pictures:
https://twitter.com/i/moments/1058169595721211904

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honkers $hsi
extremely well-constructed upswing today, big points, shallow pulls ......a technical break-out 25755 front month by breaking the previous symmetric swing high Oct 22
again, looks much more than short covering
$xjo appear to me to be consolidating sellers being soaked up
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the research part of my brain sez 'toldyaso!'
"No benefit was observed when 120 NTCELL capsules were implanted,

there being evidence of inflammation which may have compromised efficacy in this group."

the money part of my brain sez 'oh my!' :

Dr Ken Taylor, CEO of LCT says, “When we have the in-depth analysis of the data and have had appropriate discussions with the

New Zealand regulatory authorities, LCT will be able to confirm its ongoing strategy for NTCELL.”

LCT is a new company on a technical basis when it hit the post november 2017 release
making a final low of .02c on july 16th 2018 which is the lowest swing the stock price has ever achieved based on its operations, the gap of 20c is irrelevant based on that pov, an approval to take a full study is highly likely and changes the whole ballgame given data todate

https://www.asx.com.au/asx/share-price-rese...ements?code=LCT
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LIVING CELL TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED

Last Change % Change Bid Offer Open High Low Close Volume Value Trades VWAP

0.066 +0.015 +29.41 % 0.066 0.067 0.054 0.075 0.054 0.051 24,479,913 1,658,919 396 0.068
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ii

a little bit better than mere window dressing
$xjo
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cash went into close -7 then closed +25 post SPA ....that's a 32point bid-up !

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i didnt recognise my recognition day ....ahem
the SPA smashed the cfd shorts again, game set and trap
$dax/$spx persistantly bid overnight ....$spx carry hallmarks of shortcovering squeez

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$xjo trend construction suggests today should close as a recognition day
yesterday had a strong impulsive set of transactions and just looking at the micro activity says more at the offer than the bid
more of the same today
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cm
$xjo overnight cfd swung low 5630 to intra high 5804's (depending on the spread setting)likely buyers simply decided 5800's was a good level to see who wanted to make price discovery
even so that's a big points swing with no o/s assistance keepinh mind honkers looks like it hasnt finished the churn to est a low
and for mine it speaks to xjo trend .... it cannot wait to get underway, the auction has achieved what it wanted from weak hands
can't fudge trend
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$xjo happy longs
not requiring external markets, honkers, a bag of stale nuts, is at best a drag on $xjo but not holding back the big uptrend
$$ game on
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$xjo
tuesday: 11:30 Australia – Building Approvals – Residential Building Approvals
wednesday: 11:30 Australia – Consumer Price Index - RBA Trimmed Mean CPI / RBA

thursday: 11:30 Australia - Trade Balance – Trade Deficit – Goods and Services
friday: 11:30 Australia - Retail Sales Quarter/Quarter
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failure of $xjo/spi to roll over awaiting $hsi to open a good sign shorts are trapped and no new pos's opened
unfortunately what skewed/screwed my outlook is cfd's are 80% long (i should be betting large when i'm betting tiny!!)

honkers opens flat from the cfd close sat morning ...... $hsi lifting is likely to take up locals too
limited downside despite the media hype/goss
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auction suggests we now have a genuine price level to work from .044-048 range

hate having to chase price !
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https://twitter.com/i/status/1056312082100965376
Reuters Top News‏Verified account @Reuters 2h2 hours ago Uncover the climate-change crisis beneath the surface of the sea with ‘Ocean Shock’ - launching soon




for the sake of balance, let's ask the question "what happened to fish stocks being over grazed by fisheries?"

just placing the GW monika over a subject, so well studied for cause and effect already, doesnt validate either way, certainly does


defer from those studies and makes them less relevent ....but....is that a good thing

just attributing for the sake of emotive attribution lessens the effort to reverse the depletion of fish stocks

fwiw fish are a leading cause of inflammatory diseases thru diet.....great for dolphins n whales n birds


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lol, ensure you test the cheese for poison

signed, 3rd mouse king.gif
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observations
below are some ideas that suggest more downside is limited, time for at least a covering/bargain bounce

$sml $spx $spxadp $nyad #200sma #200ema #rsi
$xjo daily weekly, did we get a trigger buy in the SPA friday on the 200weekly m/a ?
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daily divergence in high beta $sml 9rsi daily view + the weekly view shows ema + sma at 100 week
did that trigger a buy ?

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look-in at trade set-up ..seeing pressure in price action

honkers set up to rotate
small constructive bid...bids hold up/soak up supply ....slow sideways build ....tic tok

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a lot more than mere short covering !
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pros smash shorts during and post SPA
$xjo
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best laid plans ......
pros appear to be bidding late arvo ...if theyre keen to be long over the weekend then that's a bully heads up
$xjo
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571MM scrip avail to auction
smidge under 307MM scrip held by largest 20 shareholders


http://www.lctglobal.com/upload/reports/an...0report-web.pdf
now consistant pressure by retail albeit by low volume after last weeks splash n go


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$xjo appears to be supported today at the low, structurally a completely leg down printed
doesnt mean the futes wont get dragged lower overnight but cash will probably spend a few sessions getting cheap supply
in a tight range
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this might clarify previous post, in context:

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certainly looks that way based on the H & S idea

problem is the HnS idea is very large so we need to judge the size of the bounce relative to that and not mistake a small bounce as meaningless

the quality of the initial bounce is key

ECB presser tonight 11.30aest so we're probably in a set-up to sell that

here are 2 competing ideas on H&S:


http://thepatternsite.com/BustHST.html

https://samuraitradingacademy.com/7-best-pr...ction-patterns/

in this posted chart my idea is to annotate alternative largest context ideas

for the H&S pattern to fail: the prelim signal is breaking the initial shoulder downslope (yellow)
then if price takes out the swing high (11679) that level would give a secondary signal and the bulls win

H&S is confirmed by price failing to pierce the downslope and holding any retest of the downslope

longerterm that would leave open the second upward slope as a target (both down and up slopes conform to the Wolfe Wave pattern



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$dax on a bid ......best construction i've seen in several sessions
$xjo cfd keen follower
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lol, for mine i got kicked out of so many trades i'll need the weekend to count them ! rolleyes.gif
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bargain bin .....someone thinks so

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$xjo waterfall into cfd close
#volatility+

plenty of price width for flexible thinking

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lulz @ honkers soonaz i close she catches a bid !
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100 bagged for honkers, flat to it

$xjo signalling more of the same
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given $xjo front connie to 5690 stop ....hanging in there !
BTO (buy to open) front month $hsi 24650's
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have some longs set at 5703's $xjo..won't be precious about it

$hsi failed to give a bid signal yesterday was a good heads up and $dax rolled over
not the kind of market to be in overnight!
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overnights in $spx/$dax implied cash frontmonth cfd's remain lofty and look well constructed
$spx needs to break 2780's to remove major rotational hurdle
$xjo still not underway neither $hsi ......both markets in buy zone for deep pockets
lack of bid commitment means more churn without so much volatility
still keen longside for mine in Austral/Asia
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$spx at 2692's cash a low printed and rotation began, the long short squeez is underway in US indexes
$xjo appears today, so far, to have a failed lower low as it printed in the overnight futes
$hsi going bid today is likely to be the excuse for local indexes to get underway in the next upleg of the monthly bull
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so....not to state the obvious .....too much

does that mean the Asian market(s) are also in bargain territory ?
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I recognize (or recognise) one of those:
binomial distribution

after a fierce Szechuan chili

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I was warned "mate, buy no meal in this part of town"
I did
the distribution was ......wide
(I'll get me coat!)
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normal viewing restored
looks like bad cache ...mine maybe sad.gif
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did asx get hacked ?
screen shot
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https://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/vlog-video-blog
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i warned several posts ago about the divergence tween $SML/$RUT and the $SPX

high beta's speak of peak health but not necessarily trend health,
like a 100m sprinter with a cold rather than old age kinda thing

possibly a good idea is to watch the broker/dealer index for a break-out upside which is likely to coincide with the high betas
these two views of $sml and $xbd are going to take several weeks/months to play out, they speak of bias rather than entry/exit
#ideas
the same technical view i've use for $hsi i've also used for $xbd : price v. time (altho i did screw up previous scrib!)
if broker/dealers are with the bid and high betas go bid too, preceding $sxp/djind we can infer the bigger uptrend is back in mode
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$hsi
if i'm looking for a 10 year return what would be a non-common thing technically to look at
two things probably, the monthly and weekly moving averages for an entrance
or the sigmas, 3 or wider

to wit:
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deep pockets are bid $hsi
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here's a honkers set-up
i do these more often on size, when a probably larger daily low looks like printing
to take a long trade (permission to enter with the trend) (inverse for downtrend)
look for the retracement of a possible first leg, when that leg retraces 100% of a previous swing against the larger trendthen that 100% level becomes the entry point and the level (fractionally below) to protect
you can use any break-out level as the level to enter and works well when combined with moving average crossoveraltho regardless of the m/a the price is going to respect the ratio as that is endogenous to price while m/a's drag behind
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nice start to the arvo with honkers bid
maybe xjo/hsi can get back to lockstep
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i am bid today $xjo
there's a lot of sky-falling talk across most media ....when the likes of AMP/TLS refuse to go down when they are surrounded by the chatter of falling further then we can take that as a reasonable if not quantitative clue the downside is limited


also .....retail are back to selling lifts in cfd's huh.gif
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gap 0.041-.044's

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Hydro-geologists and environmental chemists consulted by Reuters on the filings said the back-and-forth between the miners underscores widespread concerns over just how much brine is left and how long it will last. They said the filings show that neither the Chilean authorities nor the companies have a clear picture of the water situation at a time when the miners have been given the green light to boost production.

The true state of the Salar’s water supply, both fresh and saltwater, has become an obsession of lithium industry watchers because of the area’s huge importance in satisfying soaring global demand for the powdery white metal. The area is the most cost-efficient place in the world to mine the metal, and both SQM and Albemarle have staked much of their future production on the Salar.

Lithium analyst Joe Lowry said the filings had potential implications for the global production of lithium, which has become one of the world’s hottest commodities."

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$spxu $spx
here's a fib three step swing ..
spxu has a strong history of emotive sky-is-falling bids
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100k accounts chomping at the bit ...
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observation
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eb
if we follow the money
the 13 Twiggs Money Flow had 2 breaks above zero in this small sideways consolidation-type move
we want to see a third break thru that stays above the zero line to prove that deep pockets are in
we can also see a dip thru the zero line for short term retail money, which suggests, fear selling
again, the low volume on the pullback and volume on current news release suggests convo surrounding the stock
is contrary to price print, at least by the money that drives trend
for min 3.02's becomes the level to protect
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Morningstar Quantitative Ratings*
Valuation Rating Undervalued Fair Value Estimate 4.026
Fair Value Percentage Diff 23.75%

Liquidity High
(anzshareinvest.com.au)
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Posted on: Oct 17 2018, 02:06 PM


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Posted on: Oct 17 2018, 12:25 PM


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+14%

all hands to the pump today ...again, auction buyer beware
0.039 +0.005 +14.71 % 0.037 0.039 0.034 0.039 0.034 0.034 1,173,273 41,622 15 0.035
Last Change % Change Bid Offer Open High Low Close Volume Value Trades VWAP

Time Price Quantity Time Price Quantity 1:19:07 pm 0.0390 20,000 1:19:07 pm 0.0380 6,000 1:18:20 pm 0.0380 30,000 1:11:12 pm 0.0360 215,920 12:49:20 pm 0.0350 47,750 12:49:19 pm 0.0360 25,000 12:46:57 pm 0.0360 8,580 12:45:17 pm 0.0360 250,000 12:44:21 pm 0.0360 500 12:44:21 pm 0.0360 28,000 12:44:21 pm 0.0350 34,301 12:44:21 pm 0.0350 349,325 12:44:21 pm 0.0340 2,115 10:04:30 am 0.0340 28,361 10:04:30 am 0.0340 127,421
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Posted on: Oct 16 2018, 02:58 PM


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existing holders refuse to let go, low volume means price gets run up quickly with november data to come
on phase II release, bidder beware of the intent within the auction
https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20181015/pdf/...82x5chdx7dq.pdf
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Posted on: Oct 16 2018, 02:34 PM


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today hits the 61.8% ratio of the 30Aug $3.405 high to 5Sept $2.980 low
and closes the gap on the 3.02 low cent
a symmetry 100% of that swing is 2.855

relatively low volume today which i think we can take as a business as usual sign

still, price has much to prove
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Posted on: Oct 16 2018, 01:10 PM


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gap closed to the cent

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Posted on: Oct 15 2018, 10:26 AM


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that blew out .....next
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Posted on: Oct 15 2018, 09:59 AM


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in previous post this macro price action was omitted, note the 127.2 inverted ratio is almost (within few cents)a hit on the daily swing ratio
keeping in mind it is merely a zone of permission to transact
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joules mm1
Posted on: Oct 15 2018, 09:45 AM


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not much needs to be said other than to observe levels for longs to protect
break-out is word of the month ..at least for gold
#COT #momo
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Posted on: Oct 15 2018, 09:43 AM


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$xjo time for a relief bounce at the minimum
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Posted on: Oct 13 2018, 11:16 AM


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(@CPossnig) and Cyprien Verseux (@CyprienVerseux)
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cool artwork


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Mum injured while shielding her baby after hail broke her car windows

"Australian news 3 hours ago Fiona Simpsons was driving in Kingaroy with her child and her grandmother when a tornado struck the area on Thursday. Hail pelted down, smashing her car windows, forcing her to use her body to shield her child, leaving her back and arms severely bruised. "


Legend !
https://twitter.com/i/moments/1050554996549246976
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Posted on: Oct 12 2018, 11:34 AM


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thanks, eb
based on the $xjo low so far and $hsi open youre comments are looking spot-on for a base, allow the weak hands to wallow over the weekend ....the US is likely to see more sludge awaiting the mid-terms to be done contrary to honkers/xjo/nz50
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Posted on: Oct 12 2018, 09:55 AM


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small gap almost closed altho not required, bought today at 3.06's, all the structural parts are in place for an ongoing uptrend

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three days of bargains ...... multiple down days, some stocks into actual discounts, indexes into discounts

down days are often like rainy days ......all the muppet drivers come out on rainy days
bwark puk puk ......
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Posted on: Oct 10 2018, 05:21 PM


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Stunning volcanic 'lost world' discovered deep in the ocean
https://www.foxnews.com/science/stunning-vo...ep-in-the-ocean
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Posted on: Oct 10 2018, 09:33 AM


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yesterday looked like bargain day for local stocks, $dax did a classic head fake and pulled in convinced bears to sell short and weak longs to give up positions just below the big 12k level, $spx churning while the small betas are in essential downtrends, so the next lift for the o/s markets is going to be about looking like a sell to new highs using trigger happy shorters for energy, we're now into distribution mode in euro/us markets

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joules mm1
Posted on: Oct 9 2018, 06:32 PM


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here's some "quality" data that includes input from Zero Edge
the very reason most traders who have a system of positive expectancy do not follow his work !
http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article44338.html

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joules mm1
Posted on: Oct 9 2018, 02:42 PM


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$xjo late arvo rally........nope ....
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joules mm1
Posted on: Oct 9 2018, 11:24 AM


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$hsi attempting to double bottom, bully lift in pre-open cfd
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joules mm1
Posted on: Oct 8 2018, 03:40 PM


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if memory serves me correctly the biggest down month is not october .....it's merely the most well known
and mista google sez: https://www.cnbc.com/2017/09/04/get-ready-s...for-stocks.html
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Posted on: Oct 8 2018, 03:20 PM


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bargains bargains bargains
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Posted on: Oct 8 2018, 12:36 PM


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6095 holds a rotation for $xjo cash below that the earth opens up to go as low as 5723 cash
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Posted on: Oct 8 2018, 09:29 AM


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1 of 2

local $xgd comps looking healthy again today
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"Cronyism is the practice of partiality in awarding jobs and other advantages to friends, family relatives or trusted colleagues, especially in politics and between politicians and supportive organizations. For instance, this includes appointing "cronies" to positions of authority, regardless of their qualifications. Wikipedia"

social belligerence, using technicalities to force an action, while destroying the spirit of the existing practices, to pocket extra shekels for mates regardless of all other outcomes

that's cronyism
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Posted on: Oct 7 2018, 11:40 AM


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last gasp of the bear market grip about to be tested


the grab for cash by radio persona and bashing of the manager of the Opera house going to come to a head
a likely hero is going to be the person on the end of the original lambaste that has kicked this into life:
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Posted on: Oct 6 2018, 04:00 PM


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#observation
in aug/sept 2011 lanlords in some states in the US wanted gold for rent
proposals for nation-wide atm's for gold barst.v (in Aus too) we were inundated with sell-your-old-gold-jewellery-to-us adverts
gold topped it's mini never-to-end mania and began a large decline
today after 80% plunge crypto (bigger by fracca than the nasdaq post 2000 decline)
i rec'd this in the mail
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dumbfounding ....let's not argue the toss on the absurd obviality of "if you can make that much in 24 why bother to mail me?
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Posted on: Oct 6 2018, 03:45 PM


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vexillum conditionibus adhibere

#ideas

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#auctionwisely
Living Cell Technologies
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joules mm1
Posted on: Oct 4 2018, 06:06 PM


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progress
#perspective #livetrade $hsi
lacks impulsivity but could make for a decent rotation friday

part ii
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$hsi honkers front month cfd

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https://www.elliottwave.com/Free-Events/Fre...8EF421B3C61042B
7 Days of Free Forecasts 11 Top FX Markets + Bitcoin, Ethereum & Litecoin

Forex FreeWeek | October 3-10, 2018 ...better than the guesswork of @twitter/hatcr@pper/tradingview crowds
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joules mm1
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xau-US$/gold series of H/H's and H/L's alongside gold a mere 6 handles from confirming breakout
not surprising on last nights strength to see $xgd and smalls up today
the overlapping of pricing in the near term suggests a lot of compression, deep pockets are not in a hurry for price discovery
other technical pov's:
XAU index https://www.americanbulls.com/SignalPage.as...amp;Ticker=^XAU

Dow Miners index https://www.americanbulls.com/SignalPage.as...;Ticker=^DJUSMG
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Posted on: Oct 3 2018, 02:44 PM


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https://twitter.com/i/moments/1047304017913634816
#Australia #drought
Guardian AustraliaVerified account @GuardianAus · 3h3 hours ago What's happening in Australia's current drought? First we'll show you Australia's farm belt. This map shows farmland that relies heavily on rainfall – cropping areas and grazing pastures, as well as irrigated area






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Posted on: Oct 2 2018, 04:39 PM


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todays general selldown in most Aus indexes(corrections within larger uptrend) it's no surprise goldies we adjusted down too
silver continues to signal upward path, carrying the most constructive pattern, dragging gold kicking n screaming behind it

early to price discovery for XGD components tested weak longs today so now we've been thru a rinse cycle
both $xgd and $xso's should demonstrate liquidity is waking upto the idea both PM's have made a base are recycling north

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#debunking Top 10 climate change myths (potholer54


video:

https://youtu.be/FBF6F4Bi6Sg


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CORRECTION: At 10:57 I say "a wobble in the earth’s axis and orbit that allows more sunlight to hit the Earth." I should have said the sunlight hits part of the Earth during a particular season.


SOURCES ARE BELOW I made this video to summarize all the various climate myths I have covered over the last 10 years. There is no copyright as long as it is not edited, so please feel free to mirror it. I hope this will be a definitive visual guide to the most common pieces of nonsense doing the rounds of the internet.

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SOURCES: There are way too many sources listed in each of my videos, and they won't fit in the space alotted by YouTube for the video description. So I have just listed a dozen or so only. For the rest, please go to the video on my channel that deals with the relevant myth, for which I have pasted the title and URL. For other myths, such as "The hockey stick has been faked" (dealt with in my video 'The Medieval Warm Period - fact vs. fiction') please watch the climate change series. All the top myths are there.

MYTH #1 -- All sources, such as Atthenius 1896, are already shown in the video itself. MYTH #2 -- I go into more detail in my video "Climate Change -- Isn't it natural?" -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5hs4...

Sources are listed in the video description.

MYTH #3 -- Causes for the drop in CO2 and the onset of an ice age in the late Ordovician: "Bathymetric and isotopic evidence for a short-lived late Ordovician glaciation in a greenhouse period" -- Brenchley et al, Geology; April 1994

"Reconciling Late Ordovician (440 Ma) glaciation with very high (14X) CO2 levels" -- CROWLEY T. J. ; BAUM S. K., Journal of Geophysical Research 1995

"An atmospheric pCO2 threshold for glaciation in the Late Ordovician" -- M. T. Gibbs et. al, Geology; May 1997


"A weathering hypothesis for glaciation at high atmospheric pCO2 during the Late Ordovician." -- L.R. Kump et al, Palaeoclimatology alaeogeography Palaeoecology 1999


"Long-lived glaciation in the Late Ordovician? Isotopic and se- quence-stratigraphic evidence from western Laurentia" -- M. R. Saltzman,S. A. Young, Geology; February 2005

MYTH #4 -- I explain the relationship between solar output and CO2 during the Phanerozoic in more detail in my video "Monckton Bunkum -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpF48... Sources are in the video description


MYTH #5 -- Examples of papers that have looked at the sun as a factor in climate change: "Unusual activity of the Sun during recent decades compared to the last 11,000 years" -- S.K. Solanki et al, Nature Sep 2004


"Can solar variability explain global warming since 1970?" -- S. K. Solanki and N. A. Krivova, Journalof Geophysical Research, May 2003

"Solar Activity and the Mean Global Temperature" -- A.D. Erlykin et al, Physics Geo 2009

"Solar trends and global warming" -- R. Benestad and G. Schmidt, Journal of Geophysical Research July 2009

"How natural and anthropogenic influences alter global and regional surface temperatures: 1889 to 2006" -- J. Lean and D. Rind, Geophysical Research Letters, Sep 2008


"Recent changes in solar outputs and the global mean surface temperature. III. Analysis of contributions to global mean air surface temperature rise" -- M. Lockwood, June 2008


MYTH #6 -- Milankovitch cycles are explained in more detail in my video "Does CO2 lead or lag global temperature?" https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...


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MYTH #9 -- All sources in the video description of my video "Are humans contributing only 3% of CO2 in the atmosphere?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcmCB...

MYTH #10 -- See my videos "Global warming has stopped? Again??" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qbn1r... and "Response to "The Global Warming Hoax Lord Monckton & Stefan Molyneux" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LiZlB...
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Posted on: Oct 1 2018, 11:30 AM


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when news such as fridays at the end of the month, the stock did not sell on strength of the news as is typical in a pnd
that tends to suggest along with uptrending money flows (fridays print) and todays pricing that the weak longs are gone
the company needs to back up the diluting stock issue with more good "proof of concept", take the model beyond concept
a do or damned few months ahead, likely we'll spill into january if a few hurdles appear which wont affect the auction 'if' boutique
funds decide they've seen enough to get involvedfriday and today see more transactions at the offer than the bid, hence the uptick in money flows

technically price alone remains constructive (regardless the APF/channel) i annotated in previous post
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Erika A.P. Schreiber 🌎❄️ Retweeted NASA ICE‏Verified account @NASA_ICE 7h7 hours ago The #ICESat2 laser is on, and has fired its first photons! 10,000 pulses each second, hundreds of trillions of photons with each pulse- all to measure the height of ’s surface.

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Early Execs Leave Block.one, The Peter Thiel-Backed Crypto Startup Behind EOS
Four early employees and two contractors have resigned from the Hong Kong cryptocurrency company Block.one to start up StrongBlock, a new blockchain project that is currently under wraps.https://www.coindesk.com/early-execs-leave-block-one-the-peter-thiel-backed-crypto-startup-behind-eos/
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Posted on: Sep 28 2018, 11:50 AM


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HXB release quickview
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purchased today at .175's with risk very close, if the channel is bogus then we'll go close the gap
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Posted on: Sep 28 2018, 11:14 AM


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Fully Operational Completion of Hadrian X Build
http://www.aspecthuntley.com.au/docserver/...GVsYXllZC5qc3A=
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Posted on: Sep 25 2018, 02:44 PM


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ASX:SBM broke a big longterm channel base today, meaning, the upline (as subjective as they are) was broken calling a trigger to sell the technical signal
but this is also on divergent indicia, we may need another session or two to see if the divergence is false positive

fib retracements sit at 1.250 thru 1.230 as levels for 38.2 of the whole 3 year uptrend and as a symmetry to the last major retracementand if gold is making a significant low with silver now despite the obvious surrounding negativity this maybe all there isto the current pullback on a quarterly basis
again, this needs a few sessions to see bids and how well the auction holds up
worth the time to observe
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Posted on: Sep 24 2018, 07:43 PM


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LONDON (Reuters) - Randgold Resources Ltd (RRS.L) said on Monday it agreed to the terms of a recommended share-for-share


merger with Canada’s Barrick Gold Corp (ABX.TO) in a deal worth $18.3 billion.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-randgold...usiness+News%29
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Posted on: Sep 22 2018, 09:23 AM


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observations
$spx $sml $rut $nyad $spxadp $spxu #adv/dec
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$spx continues to make new altime highs with $nya and $djindyet small betas failing to confirm and now the $nyad (advances/decliners) has shown a clear divergence to the majors
the $nyad chart clearly shows this is the first time in several quarters the adv/dec line has not made a confirmative new high with the $spx
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Posted on: Sep 21 2018, 01:21 PM


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http://www.sharescene.com/index.php?s=&...st&p=889484
train whistle

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at 2931 $spx has a 127.2 rotation marker

an observation while awaiting that (above) level :

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$spx v $sml v $rut
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Posted on: Sep 20 2018, 10:24 PM


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QUOTE
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese cryptocurrency firm Tech Bureau Corp said about $60 million in digital currencies were stolen from its exchange, highlighting the industry’s vulnerability despite recent efforts by authorities to make it more secure.


https://www.reuters.com/article/us-crypto-c...m_medium=Social
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Posted on: Sep 20 2018, 03:53 PM


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$xgd components closing todays session at +4%
EVN +6%
RRL + 6%
RSG +4% .....etc etc
game on
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https://stockhead.com.au/resources/vanadium...nary-batteries/


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VRFBs are regarded as a safer alternative to lithium-ion and better suited to large-scale applications.

They come at a higher upfront cost but have a far longer life compared to lithium-ion batteries.

“The potential for vanadium flow is absolutely significant,” Mr Moores said at the conference.


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Posted on: Sep 19 2018, 02:42 PM


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gold looking more like a base in the making, now silver has made a secondary lower low and holding this tight zone and COT report clearly displays commercials keen to be long

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Posted on: Sep 18 2018, 05:22 PM


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$hsi emphatic swing north closing the door on the downside trend

$xjo looks like todays close is probably the end of the interruption in the current uptrend
go Asia !!
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Posted on: Sep 17 2018, 12:37 PM


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#honkers
$hsi
outside they took a pounding, inside they take a pound
the slam intraday is my last oppo to get set on a longer uphill hike, i think, i am approaching in two parts
small pinch hits both ways and a pozzy to get new altime highs over next few quartersthe $xjo supports this view too, i know there's a disconnect with Asia but how do we know there isnt a connect en mode now?
anyways, gotta get/make/have a clue and respect the risk levels and size
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Posted on: Sep 17 2018, 12:29 PM


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much pessimistic ado after the RBA notes and shuffling opines on interest rates yadda yadda

$TLS is pretty much lost in the noise
the risk is clearly defined again, to me at least, nothing misty about the trend

more of the upwards-same
versus $xjo:
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the auction today tells us the bid-up game is on ......pre news release....small oppo to get % pre-release


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appears today is a test to see if the upside has resumed and going by todays session from the swing low after the cash open so far we have a longtail in the making

$xjo
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Posted on: Sep 16 2018, 11:16 PM


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guessing honkers exchange(s) closed tomorrow due to the mean weather


https://twitter.com/search?q=Typhoon&src=tren


beware the fake plane video
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Posted on: Sep 15 2018, 10:17 AM


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GOLD coin minted with diamonds (link)
Reuters Top News‏Verified account @Reuters 5m5 minutes ago WATCH: At $2.5 million, Australia's mint recently released the most expensive gold coin in its history. @RenitaDYoung explains why in this week's #GoldWatch, see more from @ReutersTV https://reut.rs/2OoaveG




#lulz


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the ? is if the $ndx $nasdaq can recover from a 78% fall, from a mania high,
to post new altime highs, which CC will do the same ?
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thanks, nipper
a fresh bunch of tulips on the way to you for that ....deep .....sincere ....post laugh.gif
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"As virtual currencies fall, the MVIS CryptoCompare Digital Assets 10 Index extended its collapse from a January high to 80%. The tumble surpassed the Nasdaq Composite Index’s 78% peak-to-trough decline after the dot-com bubble burst in 2000."

https://twitter.com/i/moments/1040272202384515073

indexes .......sure, not as much upside as cryptos in the same span of time .....conversely....well, ya know !!
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Posted on: Sep 14 2018, 12:35 PM


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As virtual currencies fall, the MVIS CryptoCompare Digital Assets 10 Index extended its collapse from a January high to 80%. The tumble surpassed the Nasdaq Composite Index’s 78% peak-to-trough decline after the dot-com bubble burst in 2000.

Crypto's 80% plunge is now worse than the dot-com bubble burst
https://twitter.com/i/moments/1040272202384515073


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Posted on: Sep 13 2018, 05:11 PM


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$hsi
we may get a retest of the low after the uptrend first leg is printed but my guess is it wont occur
with pros now chasing supply

strong probability the $xjo will find a low tomorrow then ping off upwards on monday now the good #'s are in (gdp/employment)the lack of impulsivity in selling suggests weak longs letting go rather than pros exiting
no evidence that even todays close at the cash low isnt the low that'll stand !
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Posted on: Sep 13 2018, 03:16 PM


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i guess the question immediately at hand today is how the days bar closes $hsiare the pro buying the close
the session is still well above the standard 38.2% retrace for a bullbar after lunch
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Posted on: Sep 13 2018, 02:22 PM


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https://twitter.com/i/moments/1039952720839565313
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 13 2018, 01:42 PM


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my chart says $hsi is a buy, the impulsive overnight price action and the price extent today and the very shallow pull says the longs are worth holding with the low end of the swing as the risk
anecdotally the bears are in control via sentiment thru the retail lens: all clients are only 52% long and top clients 33% long
so they are contrary to the make-up of todays swing

i accept that i could be mistaking a short squeez as a new return to the weekly uptrend ...
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 13 2018, 11:53 AM


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$xjo appears to be in no-rush mode
no rush to push the bid, allow retail to weigh offers, cheap supply comes
look for a swift reversal to (up) trend
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 13 2018, 11:34 AM


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$xjo
#jobs
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 13 2018, 11:24 AM


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$hsi

honkers had an unusual rotation overnight, puts me in the bullish camp ......again
i am BTO size pre cash open in the front month cfd
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 11 2018, 11:22 AM


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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 10 2018, 04:17 PM


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high of .190's today and spent most of the arvo at 175/180 spread and the 10min SPA closed at .180's
this would be the first time the stock has not sold off on good news espesh given the nature of edges that become archaic


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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 10 2018, 10:20 AM


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https://www.asx.com.au/asxpdf/20180910/pdf/...5hsy283pj3b.pdf
#Akida #chip
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 7 2018, 04:37 PM


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$xjo a relief swing, maybe a few more + points overnight if the US gets a jee up
certainly looks like the corrective move south is incomplete daily basis
if honkers retakes todays opening high at 27186 front month connie then my longs will be in a for nice runbut not holding my breath on it
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 7 2018, 03:12 PM


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there ya go, nipper wink.gif
more like an insultive limp than an impulsive bid
and on the day when Bert Reynolds drove his pontiac into the ether ......what has the world come to ?
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 7 2018, 01:52 PM


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having had my risk sizing tested (a win on that at least!)BTO $hsi 26660's for the swing low .......other than pinch-hits i'm a tad clueless what the index is trying to achieve
#babystepsSparks
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 7 2018, 11:28 AM


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honkers overnight implied cash got down to 26756 ....do or die time for longs $hsi

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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 7 2018, 10:57 AM


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at 6102, from 6372, low in the cash this morning, the xjo has travelled 270 points in 7 sessions
time for a bounce
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 6 2018, 03:25 PM


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$hsi still keen on the upside unless this basis falls to bits ....
#hangingmyhat
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 6 2018, 01:27 PM


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Thanks, Jack
let's consider the market is always forward looking for yielding/high cap-attractive stocks
can we say the bad news has culminated?
can we say technically all the deckchairs are shifted
and if the market is forward looking do the next few quarters look better than the last few quarter esp given the index trends?
can we say instos now think fundamentally TLS has new set of industry edges?
let's consider the news and that on the news the impulsive bid we sought is in, $TLS is up 3% on a downer 1% day on the $xjo
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 6 2018, 10:23 AM


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reaction to the news says a lot ....maybe
if bad news (regardless of perceived strength) is bought into then that's a big bully tell
when great news is sold into that's the reverse tell .....so, when price moves up impulsively on good new
the news fits the trend....the plus side is we know the risk levels now, at least theyre defined
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 5 2018, 04:05 PM


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had a few points in the futes opening lift but then spent the whole sesh bidding a sell wacko.gif at least i'm holding sells on xjo looking for a close tonight
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 5 2018, 01:46 PM


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TLS made low swing 2.98's today almost a 50% retrace from the low
that would be a typical long entry point for several instos (and prob a typical exit for short sells)
(2571 low thru 3367 high = 2960/2970 at 50% retrace)
that implies an entry today or tomorrow if we see a decent impulsive bid (not a limp-in!)
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joules mm1
Posted on: Sep 5 2018, 11:44 AM


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#$xjo #GDP
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