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post Posted: Nov 6 2020, 08:21 AM
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it is bit of surprise to me that US election still in a massy way, but all market went up regardless

asx200 looks on track to test 6200, with that much of uncertainty from US election. only can rely on TA but TA isn't working as good as normal as market can turn a dime with the news these days

i kinda see market is due for pulling back little bit to see what's happen in USA . imho though!!



 
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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Nov 3 2020, 09:13 AM

all set----for the results of US election.

from TA point of view, market turned bullish from the "eve" of the election---i reckon there is a lot of short covering and some put in few cash.

we saw asx200 blast through 6000 yesterday, we might see bit of selling today at 5100ish or little lower ----no matter who wins today when our cash market opens...imho



 
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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Oct 30 2020, 08:03 AM

seems everyone is waiting-----almighty US election results
markets will have reaction when the results out----------------by tomorrow morning out time ---will be the earliest !!!!

my view for asx200 today---------------test of 6000 is more likely case [for cash market]



 
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good session for US market jacked up by big tech Co.

but future of SPX diving over 20 points atm not sure what's the cause for that move

asx for asx200
that AMP takeover news plus good performance of cash market that US market did last session.

kinda think asx200 will battle at 6000ish today, as month ending!! imho



 
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no stimulus...... now, EU seems gonna lockdown again because second wave of virus flare up big time
if SPX can hold 3200ish then expecting a range from 3200----to 3500.

for asx200, important 6000 support level will be gone when our market opens. but our virus situation is far far better than others
kinda feel the sell off won't be as bad as EU, US market. in other words-----asx200 might " our performed" other market within two weeks!! imho


keep eye on the market , i guess some of stocks might worth your focus!!




 
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Oct 28 2020, 09:51 AM

made some bucks with this crazy market movement.
love your "poet" nipper!! lmaosmiley.gif your post name should get you nib few longs at asx200 open as well!! tongue.gif

just kidding! know you are not a day trader!! a bit of rebound for the major index imho. do some little trades to make few bucks!!



 
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Gold isn't going anywhere. short term. there is no fear or panic.

could zip in, nip a few, let them rip. make a bip (pr two) and then if one starts to dip, cash in the chip. Stay unjoined at the hip, and this is no tip, so no lip if there is a slip.



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here we come,
asx200 will be testing support level---------------6000ish today. as SPX DAX all went down last night.
from indicators most of major index in the short term oversold level, expecting bit of bounce within two sessions as end of month " window dressing" but " uncertainty of US election" might cap the up swing!!

i will be nipping few today for a day trade!! ohmy.gif i'm crazy i know!! weirdsmiley.gif




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buy the dipper. ??? I have a few low ball shots in defensives sitting there. We are bound to have some nervy days. ... this election seems to assume more importance than it really should.
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the new fiscal and monetary reality ... Fed and banking system is to monetise.

As the saying goes, it is, what it is, and virtually every country has adopted this new monetary and fiscal orthodoxy.

All of which explains why Wall Street seemingly does not care who wins as long as there is not a contested election result.




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