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Index Trading, xjo, dow, dax, ftse
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https://twitter.com/ASX/status/132814848864...148488643776512


"ASX is continuing to investigate the issue causing today's market outage. Again, we apologise for the disruption and are working to rectify as soon as possible"



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Looks like you have been doing a great job!!

What the heck is up with the asx??? Any word on what is taking so long to remedy?

The market opened like gangbusters, but I am thinking this could really spook the traders?

 
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Index Trading, xjo, dow, dax, ftse

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you are the one who start this ---------- i'm the one left to carry the flag.
i remember once you told me that "everyone carry a gun in Taxes no joke!" keep yourself and family safe at current chaos in USA Dan!!



 
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The night they drove ole Dixie down ....
Been a long night Danville
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I have been in the US since 2015. Getting back to trading again after a very long break. Mostly trading US stocks, but always love to dabble on the asx. So glad to see some familiar names still around.


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gees

long long time Dan!! soooo happy to see back here!! still in Perth??? smile.gif



 

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Ha! I finally come back to do some trading and the asx blows up lmaosmiley.gif


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ASX market data frozen; trade execution halted
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ASX market data and trade execution has been frozen, according to emerging reports.

Market sources said trades were unable to be executed from about 10.24am AEDT on Monday.

The ASX confirmed it was investigating a market data issue and that all trading would be paused while it worked to rectify the issue.

The ASX Trade Refresh went live this morning with migration activites occuring on Saturday.

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major market performed well last week. Mr. market seems start to think of " trump concedes soon"... not sure about that!! unsure.gif

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keep eye on the opening above 6460 it will target 6485ish go over that level then it will be really bullish [ i doubt it]

keep eye on hi yielding stocks!!



 
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The amount of SPX names above their 20, 50 and 200 Day MAs is nearing extremes. Long-term, this is a bullish sign. But it may cause some additional backing and filling over the short-term. The NDX components are not as stretched in aggregate. See the Market Statistics section below.


The IWM R2k ETF remains stretched, especially vs. the SPX. That may need to be normalized before the market can run all cylinders again.

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so they expecting a short term pull back from other major market, and long term bullish!!

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would see more of pull back today , as TA point out. keep eye on 6375---6385ish. can't hold there , then looking for 6225ish.



 
 


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