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In Reply To: early birds's post @ Oct 26 2020, 08:24 AM

a sell off last night's session. as stimulus hope faded.before election.
SPX give up it's short term bullish support 3425----3430, and down she went to low as 3365, but fighting back to 3400, from really short term chart SPX caped at 3420---3425, support at 3390ish
suspecting it will stuck this range till weekend as election poll won't have clear indication. imho. just wild guess!

asx200 , as it give up 6125---short term support, strong support down at 6000ish, it's 100 points from current level, i suspect it won't go down that far today, [if there isn't a major event going on " like hot war eg."]

is it buying opportunities to buy the dipper before the election?? really not sure!! unsure.gif

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one week to go for the "almighty" US election

can see US market future pulling back now SPX future down about 20 points as i typing .

for asx200 still expecting narrow range---6143--6175. better on the fence i guess for today!!



 
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still focus on stimulus, as SPX recovered

asx200 ----might stuck in the range 6175---6200ish. Friday, not many willing to take risk through the weekend in our market.

take easy people!!



 
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The US presidential election is fast approaching. Market volatility is expected to increase the closer we get to polling day.

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i get this type of warning from a some of brokers now.

some big firm even told us to "buy the election dipper before 3/11"...
anyway, that's how things go

asx200 future had big dipper last night, keep eye on 6115, as stops for longs, shorts stops at 6175ish. if one wants to trade this market like me!! kinda little crazy to trading these days----too risky !!



 
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the stimulus from US become latest market focus, and the deadline date has been removed
still hanging on the hopes----for stimulus

asx200 is waiting for that as well??
looks gonna be narrow range around 6200ish. the day better stay on the fence.



 
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thought asx200 had good session yesterday at finish. but last hour of sell off from SPX seems changed all positive for asx200
it will start under 6200, expecting 6164---6175 as support zone and 6215ish will be the cap for today's action

Mr. market still waiting for that US stimulus .............



 

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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Oct 19 2020, 08:44 AM

these eclection have no influence to stock market,
that is why i said " no major event"
if you think this political thingy will have effect, that would be strange to me.

if it's US or AUSSIE Fed's election then that will be something market watch for. not these little thing, Jacinda wins hands down as predicted after the way she handle the covid--19 in NZ.. no news to market!!

as i'm typing asx200 touched 6225 and pulls back a little -----like head butt to the tough res!! keep eye on it nipper!! tongue.gif





 
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no major event over the weekend

!!! NZ elects a leader in a policy free popularity contest !!
!!! ACT re-elects a government where the Green tail wags the Labor dog !!



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no major event through the weekend,
all other major market had relative good week .

so we could see asx200 challenge 6225, if it can have strong push on that level then open the upside in a big way----[500 points] to the upside in near future.
but i expecting bit of fight on the level!!



 
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despite the weakness from EU US market during middle of their session asx200 showed real strength, it refuse to back down under 6150. that to me is really bullish

so i expecting asx200 to range between 6188-----6225, if it hit through 6225 with convincingly then it open up big upside for the bulls !! imho

see how it goes today ---it is Friday, i reckon 6225ish might acting as the cap!!



 
 


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