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morning.

economy .... world of pain
long term markets .... change is coming, winners and losers aplenty
short term markets ... rather too frothy, as they must position for what will be a nightmare reporting season



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morning peoples


Friday again , the geo--tention flare up again.
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/23/pompeo-in-f...nal-abuses.html

keep eye on asx200 at 5975 level , breach that today, reduce holding imho!!

EU and US market still well in the bull trend. so as other major market. but sentiment turning to cautious side.
my take is "better safe than sorry" !! ohmy.gif

what you guys think??




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https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/22/us-orders-c...ston-texas.html

The State Department confirmed on Wednesday the U.S. has ordered China to close its consulate in Houston, prompting Beijing to insist on firm countermeasures unless Washington immediately reverses its decision.

The move is an escalation of political tensions between the world’s two largest economies.

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just you think of things might settle down a little bit, here it comes!! cool.gif

i was wondering why all of sudden asx200 future drops with other major market last evening then i fond this.
but SPX still finished up and so as EU market. on TA base market still in bullish trend that includes asx200.

but not sure how market gonna trade this??? unsure.gif
not sure Mr. market can pass this news??



 
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everything is possible nipper
i can't see that far atm . still long bias today , within month or two. asx200 target 6400---6500.

market is bullish on all TA base.



 
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Is a seven handle possible?

likely to see 7 before 5 !?!?



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and now 100+ pts up. good call, eb. Stay the distance rolleyes.gif



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https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/20/oxford-univ...arly-trial.html

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another day another shot in arm for the market!!
for asx200---- keep eye on 6075 go through there the longs will go higher, it might carry asx200 into another bull run as Scotmo govt. gives second jobkeeper money will into next year....
reckon market will be the long bias for all day today!! imho



 
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crossed 6000 some 18 times (at least), as it traded from 6034 down to 5991 to close at 6003.

And that is just TODAY



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yeah nipper
seems most of marketers like to set their stake at 6000 ----the round number.
all the options , warrants likely attach to 6000 since it been hit countless time by now.

slightly long bias at 6000 level for today's scalping trade.



 
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and back below 6000. Midday



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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
 


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