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Index Trading, xjo, dow, dax, ftse
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post Posted: Nov 28 2018, 08:08 AM
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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Nov 28 2018, 06:54 AM

not that much to get excited over ... except things are all cheaper than in September
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Australian shares are poised to edge higher on a more positive trade tone from the White House. ASX futures were 5 points higher at about 8.45am AEDT, after having fluctuated in a narrow range between positive and negative territory overnight. The Australian dollar was up slightly.

Sentiment improved after White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow struck an optimistic tone to the pending meeting between Donald Trump and Xi Jinping at this weekend's G20 meeting in Argentina.

"The president said there is a good possibility that we can make a deal and that he is open to it," said White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow. "But having said that, some caveats as always," he added, noting that the administration has scheduled an increase from 10 per cent to 25 per cent on $US200 billion ($277 billion) of imports from China.

All three US major benchmarks turned positive in afternoon trade,




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post Posted: Nov 28 2018, 06:54 AM
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In Reply To: joules mm1's post @ Nov 22 2018, 10:53 PM

looks asx going into some sorta rally mode today?? as US market try to closed out on positive note!!

target 5767---5775 anyone.

bought few TLS yesterdayat 2.88 think it will go back to 3.00 plus in short term.





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joules mm1
post Posted: Nov 22 2018, 10:53 PM
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$dax

#study #monthly #channel

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joules mm1
post Posted: 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
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they snapped the abc .....nice ...momo kicking in






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price stalled at a typical ABC move where A = C at 100% (A up, B down, C up)
honkers effect
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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
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$xjo needs to break 5661 symmetry on impulsive bid to begin a daily upleg
nearest intra resistances 5630 + 5622

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joules mm1
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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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US 10-year Treasury yields hit a two-month low late last week, and the tide could be turning for the Treasury market with a test of 3 per cent appearing imminent. On Friday in New York, the yield shed 5 basis points to trade at 3.06 per cent, a near 20-basis-point drop in a little more than a week, returning the yield to its lowest since mid-September as hawkish expectations fade.

As with the recent rout in equities, the rally in Treasuries - prices and yields move inversely - reflects a rethinking on the outlook for both global growth as well as US growth and whether the Federal Reserve is going to be forced to pause its gradual lifting of interest rates.

Investors previously sceptical that the Fed would slow its rate hike pace in 2019 are suddenly repositioning for a halt. The Fed, though, is still on track to lift next month..................
https://www.afr.com/markets/debt-markets/us...20181117-h1808v



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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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