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early birds
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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Oct 9 2020, 11:41 AM

asx200 touched 6125 but didn't get through it sad case for the bulls

but it still sit on 6120 ish , see how future goes tonight session!!



 
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Oct 9 2020, 10:00 AM

not sure why tested 6115ish then seems no one wants buy the market?? volume is really thin so far!

is the higher AUD that put lid on our market this far?? unsure.gif



 
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Not too fussed on the new ASX website. Basic info used to be clear at a glance on the home page ....... not so any more. Usual scenario ....... change for the sake of change.

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Need to put my glasses on..... Saw 6100 tested and thought it related to Covid.



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early birds
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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Oct 8 2020, 07:58 AM

major market had another up day last night

now SPX targeted 3710 for longer term, and 3645 for shorter term.

asx200, 6100 tested today aim for 6125 over come there then 6200ish is the short term target, i reckon it is most likely case.

might see the nice opening for our market!!





 
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https://www.cnbc.com/2020/10/07/stock-rally...s-spending.html

Iím surprised that everybody is all bulled up about it again,Ē John Briggs, head of strategy at NatWest Markets.



Stimulus isnít not going to happen. Itís just that the timing is not that clear. And thatís a situation where I think the market is going to be able to look through it ultimately,Ē said Tom Lee, founder of Fundstrat. ďItís not like one side or the other doesnít want stimulus. The sticking point is the ultimate magnitude

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chaos as it is, but TA all point upwards!!

asx200 bit of "digest phase" today, i guess financials might do the heavy lifting for today!! imho



 


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there was a one of many " confusion " day yesterday, as asx200 started selling down at start of the day despite most of TA, FA eg all line up for the upside, only to recover by end of the day.
i was scratch my head
now i know who the hell is selling-----the one in the knows that what trumpies gonna do with stimulus weirdsmiley.gif

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/10/06/trump-says-...e-election.html

in wall street , there is a words----" if you are not insider, then you are outsider"!!.. sooooo true!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

for asx200 the friendly budget might save our market from this sell off!!

besides , only one month away , we might know the the results and stimulus is back on again!!



 
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Market rallied again SPX on the roll to the upside, as TA study all line up for the sky

asx200 will have another pump up day as 5975 as the mid line for today's session, out side chance for it to test 6000 again today.
USA stimulus looks gonna happen today as our friendly budget gonna showing up.... all good news for the bulls..



 
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Ppl in Melbourne probably have little else to do. Weather bad + Covid.



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public holiday for NSW, QLD. but not in MLB
so asx200 open for trade, i guess it will be light volume!!
as US EU market recovered from initial sell offs by the news that trump caught covid--19. asx200 gonna be all the way back, still think 5900 then 5925 is the up side target.

if one not sure, keep stay on the fence, market moves so weird these days.




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