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cooderman
Posted on: Jun 19 2020, 10:37 AM


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Close that morning gap and another shot at 6000 . Risky trade.

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cooderman
Posted on: Jun 19 2020, 10:23 AM


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I can't verify it EB, but I believe they made her wait 8mins and 46 seconds.
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cooderman
Posted on: Jun 11 2020, 02:51 PM


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Well done EB..... scalping todays trends would have put some money in your account.You've still got it mate. biggrin.gif
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cooderman
Posted on: Jun 11 2020, 12:26 PM


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I am European.
My wife is Scottish
My daughter married a Yorkshire man
My granddaughter is recognised as an Indigenous Australian

Hi Pendragon, I can't enlighten you on how that happened. May be best if you speak to your daughter.
The decision in NSW, and it may be different in other states, is decided by Local Aboriginal Land Councils.You would have to apply for membership, and to do so you would need proof of aboriginality.
So you would need to have proof of the aboriginal lineage you are claiming. Birth certs. death certs.marriage certs. stolen children records. incarceration records, war records etc. Proof that wouldidentify your descendants aboriginality. Also association with the local Indigenous community youare seeking membership with.There would be a vote by current members and if you are accepted you are forever a bona fide Aborigine.
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cooderman
Posted on: Jun 11 2020, 10:05 AM


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And what exactly do you base that on? Your indigenous heritage?

Mainly I base it on the fact that I have been on various Indigenous boards in regards to health, education and training.My indigenous heritage no doubt made this possible.
Price is not all that well known in NSW aboriginal communities and I guess any publicity is self-promotion for her.We try to give Aboriginal people hope, not despair. We are still a long way behind the curve and hopefully anew generation of indigenous leaders will step up in the near future.
Price seems to comment mainly on her little "bubble" that is Alice Springs. I was completely unaware that 70%+of aboriginal deaths and injuries were caused by aboriginal people. Maybe it is just an Alice Springs figure.
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She also managed to get 37% of first preferences against another indigenous bloke, Warren Snowdon in the last Federal Election

I have this strange feeling Snowdon is a white man. Could be wrong, the snow part may have confused me.

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cooderman
Posted on: Jun 10 2020, 01:17 PM


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Wow, BLM protests make the news, and tourists are ignored for their indiscretions.Our little town on the North Coast NSW, swelled from a population of around 10k to at least doubleon the Long Weekend.
Shops were packed , camping grounds were full, surf spots were overwhelmed, fights broke out.And you guessed it, no-one gave a rats arse about self distancing, self isolating, wearing masks.

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cooderman
Posted on: Jun 10 2020, 01:01 PM


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If Jacinta Price is nothing else, at least she is selective in her Rants.
This seems to be a woman with little respect in most Indigenous communities, and craves for acceptance from others.Sky loves her views and i believe, for one fifth of a piece of Gold she will say what her audience wants to hear.

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cooderman
Posted on: Jun 10 2020, 12:44 PM


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Showing no signs of retracing at the moment EB. I'm not trading it, but sticking to AUD pairs. Mainly AUDJPY.
6100 was breakout point back in Feb 2019, so would think a few closes below before sentiment may change.
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cooderman
Posted on: Jun 4 2020, 12:01 PM


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Hey EB... All quiet here on the Index thread. Joules must be still bunkered down.

My Brokers Margin requirements now back to normal from 5% highs last 2 months. On Indices.

Brent and WTI Back from 10% Margin requirement to normal.

Bummer you got closed on those oil trades, but who would have picked that shit happening.
I've just been trading AUD pairs and CADJPY longs when oil price recovered. Just playing it safe.
ASX200 trying to stay above 6000 @ 5982 at the moment. Above fib 50% retracement
from February high @ 7190s to March low @ 4400s
It seems Sharecafe won't let any Uploads at the moment, so I can't post charts.Hope they can fix it.
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cooderman
Posted on: Jun 3 2020, 11:03 AM


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Please Administrator, How do I solve this problem.

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Upload failed. Please ask the administrator to ensure the uploads directory is writeable


Aussie GDP at 11.30 am..... may affect AUD pairs. Flying at the moment AUDUSD @ .696s

At the moment , "trend is your friend till....."
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cooderman
Posted on: Apr 24 2020, 02:45 PM


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Thanks J..... I'll just add a little to some Lagavulin 16. scotch. I've been nightcapping that stuff for years and I'm sure it kills any virus.
I hope Trump doesn't find out, as it is dear enough and I would hate to see it fly off the shelves.


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cooderman
Posted on: Apr 24 2020, 01:31 PM


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I found it hard to see what Trump meant in this video.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zicGxU5MfwE
If anyone with a better grasp on Insanity, could explain it to me, I would be more than grateful.
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cooderman
Posted on: Apr 19 2020, 12:09 PM


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Mr Turnbull writes. 'Scott is a control freak and I'd seen before ... how he'd publicly vote one way while ensuring his supporters voted the other way.

and... 'Who Among Us?' remember Scott Morrison's Judas moment.

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cooderman
Posted on: Apr 16 2020, 12:13 PM


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Trump is a joke and continues to prove that each and every day.
We have State Premiers here in Australia, who piss all over him when it comes to leadership.
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cooderman
Posted on: Apr 16 2020, 11:59 AM


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Some meaningless information took out my trailing stop on short AUDUSD trade. Broker may have got me there.
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 19 2020, 12:31 PM


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I thought it would be interesting, and it's only part ways through.

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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 19 2020, 08:54 AM


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Yeah Mick , all things remain the same.

9th March Close price for XAUUSD....... $1679. AUDUSD close..... .6583. Gold Aud. $2550
Yesterdays close.... " $1485 " " .5770. " " $2573

Tried to edit it so it lined up, but I give up on that.
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 19 2020, 08:31 AM


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have look at news of all those shopers, wholly morlly!!!

people all gone mad!!

Stress brings out the best or the worst in people EB.
What I can't come to terms with, is the Preppers may have got it right. Who would have thought.
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 19 2020, 08:20 AM


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Interesting day ahead.
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 13 2020, 02:47 PM


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RMD fell to October 2019 breakout point today.

Low of 20.08. Nice bounce late in day.
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 13 2020, 09:56 AM


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Nice trade EB 5 position size and you would be laughing.Looks like it's respecting 5000 now. Stopped trading this week, lack your go for it when it's so volatile.
5 min chart
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 12 2020, 11:52 AM


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Could need a test of 534s low on asx200, before any bounce.

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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 12 2020, 11:28 AM


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What did the Man say... WS30 below 23k and dropping
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 12 2020, 11:19 AM


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Those records should include receipts of purchase or transfer of cryptocurrency, exchange records, records of agent, accountant and legal costs,
digital wallet records and keys, the date of the transactions, the value of the cryptocurrency in Australian dollars at the time of the transaction
and what the transaction was for and who the other party was.

Any legit Exchange or Broker should email you after every closed trade. Should also have your TFN.

For any Traders who think the Gov. isn't watching, do a pre-fill on any Commsec or equivalent Account.


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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 12 2020, 11:02 AM


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Trump speech @ 12. Expect a possible big move. Trump expected to save the world. hypocrite.gif
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 11 2020, 02:01 PM


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Just some news causing a small break. Looks like recovering, maybe.

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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 11 2020, 01:39 PM


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Ranging those 2 Fibs off daily. Looks a possible break of that 30 min. support.
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 11 2020, 10:16 AM


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Probably not much help EB. I'm mainly scalping a few currency pairs this week, in and out quick. Don't like trading this waybut markets are too risky to hold overnight.
ASX looks sideways ranging for now, but a World Leader or even our Wannabe can change all that with any good news.Plenty of points in the range if you can get the entry right. Indices are too hard for me and I prefer currencies or Goldany day of the week.
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 11 2020, 09:41 AM


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Hi Nipper..... Monday early afternoon there was a shake out. Low .631s. Gap traders if they were Long, were whacked with a big stick.Stops become On Market trades,and you take the best price Broker can get.

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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 3 2020, 01:39 PM


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around 40 pip spike up for AUD. Seems traders were expecting 50bps cut. May touch .6586.. I won't touch it for now.
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 2 2020, 11:15 AM


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Gaps this morning EB. no surprise after weekend news. Looking at SPX if it starts ranging between 3026 and holds 2857s, there would
be a chance for a few risk trades on 30 minute chart. ASX 200 can't find a floor, so no Longs there, unless quick scalps.
Gaps every where on currency pairs this morning. I traded Long on AUDJPY after 1H chart close. Spreads were too high earlier but settled.80 pip gap but i was only chasing 30. AJ is best pair to scalp when there are big gaps Monday open. You could have traded any pairs as
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 1 2020, 03:27 PM


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Hope it hits that 3026 for you EB. That looks like it could be Res. now. But Hey, anything is possible this week.
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cooderman
Posted on: Mar 1 2020, 03:09 PM


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cooderman
Posted on: Feb 29 2020, 11:37 AM


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Bang on 1562 in a couple of hours Joules. It doesn't get any better than that.
Nice late bounce to make next week interesting.
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cooderman
Posted on: Feb 29 2020, 11:30 AM


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Some carnage last week EB. Anything is possible next week, but it would be hard to fight the trend just yet, even though it looks like
possible bounces off support levels. Divergence on Daily Charts , which are mostly unreliable on that time frame, would have paid well
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cooderman
Posted on: Feb 29 2020, 11:00 AM


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Hey EB, Hope you are well and still taking risks.
Anyone trading gold last night would have been up till 2am AEDT to get that break of support. Not sure what caused it, I guess a lot of stopswere being hit. Bounce off 1562s support, but it would be a risky Long trade as main support may be down at 1545s, a possible Daily sup.Will watch Mondays open as there would be still a few Gold Bulls hanging around, looking to push it higher. Maybe a 4H close above 50 Fiblevel on last big bear candle before any long trade.
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cooderman
Posted on: Oct 30 2018, 03:01 PM


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5800 cap or a real breakout.

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cooderman
Posted on: Oct 29 2018, 01:12 PM


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LNG always manages to find it's way back to the 40c level.
Arty used to trade it a bit and it saddens to think he has passed.

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cooderman
Posted on: Oct 29 2018, 10:55 AM


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Could it be SYR is about to turn around. Won't be rushing in for a Buy as I would like to see 150 covered first.

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cooderman
Posted on: Oct 29 2018, 10:38 AM


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Hey EB, some nice charts Joules posts. Looking at the 200 on 5 minute chart there's a battle to stay above that 5700.
569s to 5712.

Just had a quick look at the EHE chart. Hasn't recovered from that big gap down. Will have to have a look at it. You had
a pretty good record picking oversold over the years. You got it right about "yo--yo market".
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cooderman
Posted on: Oct 28 2018, 01:03 PM


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Plenty of good information on SYR by you Blacksheep. Holders would be hoping that large bearish Monthly candle bounces before
the month is out.
CSE is worth looking at if you like some risk. Lightly traded, but at .10 it would be worth drip feeding some small buy orders,
and try and accumulate a few , hoping for a SYR recovery. Big gap between bid and ask, but some have been selling at 10c.
SYR Monthly.

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cooderman
Posted on: Oct 28 2018, 12:39 PM


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EB, Joules seems more focused on Indices than me. I pretty well leave them alone now, with only occasional trades on ASX200.
Mainly trading currency pairs and xauusd. Narrowed it down to about 10 Pairs, and that suits me better than trying to trade
every exotic pair going.

Throw in a few Share trades and that keeps me busy.

200 showing divergence on 4 Hourly, but it's a long way off confirming a Long. A bit of sideways and even a test of last weeks
low might be needed before fighting the current trend.
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cooderman
Posted on: Oct 26 2018, 03:10 PM


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i reckon use the bounce to raise more cash ----at least to 30---40% level. imho though.


Hey EB, the local market has taken a beating this month, and testing important levels right now.
See if we get another long tail overnight and maybe a bounce next week. Daily and Weekly chart.
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cooderman
Posted on: Jan 10 2018, 09:48 AM


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A break out of sorts. Trades on small volumes and any trade would be risky. See if this continues or retests the 260 level.

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cooderman
Posted on: Jan 9 2018, 12:06 PM


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WTI crude continues to push higher. I thought there may have been a pullback around these levels.

May push to 2015 high of 63.2s. and a possible short trade.

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cooderman
Posted on: Jan 9 2018, 11:34 AM


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LNG would be worth watching on a pullback to .53 level. If it holds.

Daily Chart at about 12.30 pm.

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cooderman
Posted on: Jan 5 2018, 08:40 AM


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25000. Who would have thought.

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cooderman
Posted on: Jan 5 2018, 08:35 AM


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AUDUSD nearing Res. Hard to fight the bulls and will wait for a daily close above for a long. Any sign of weakness at this res.
level and will look for a short entry.

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cooderman
Posted on: Jan 2 2018, 02:30 PM


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USD still showing weakness down around .9180s. AUDUSD nearing Res. at .7880s and will watch for a possible Short sometime

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cooderman
Posted on: Jan 2 2018, 09:39 AM


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Gold on a tear for last two weeks. See if 1310-1320 is strong Res. or a possible push towards 1350.

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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 27 2017, 08:12 AM


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Looks to have found support and bounced off previous breakout level of USD11500.

On low trading anything could happen before new year. Stay out unless you are a gun.




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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 22 2017, 01:52 PM


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Rory O'Donoghue died last week. Rory, who along with Grahame Bond was a part of the Aunty Jack show back in the 70s.

Still some of the best comedy Australia has ever produced. Rory was the skinny one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eyYs3zDPv4
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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 22 2017, 01:29 PM


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Is this the pullback traders have been waiting for on Bitcoin. Too risky trading with high leverage, but may be worth looking at it after
Xmas. A pain setting up an account with an exchange, but the only way to see if it suits is to give it a go. I don't think Cryptocurrencies
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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 21 2017, 11:41 AM


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Scaleback ..... first $500 then severe haircut, for all!


You got that right Nipper. 1000 shares plus 9.32% of remaining shares. All up for me 3703. Not quite the 20k I hoped for.
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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 18 2017, 11:26 AM


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Nerves of steel to trade cryptocurrencies. Snap of this exchange a few minutes apart.

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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 15 2017, 06:57 AM


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We think that retail investors are shifting from leveraged foreign-exchange trading to leveraged cryptocurrency trading,”


That seems to be what is happening EB. High risk and high rewards. If we get a more sideways movement in charts more traders

will jump on board. The bubble needs to cool for a month and find a trading range.
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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 14 2017, 03:31 PM


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Gold back above what was a support level... I will need the RSI to be above 50 on a Daily candle close before making an entry.

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Posted on: Dec 14 2017, 09:44 AM


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The largest such mining farm in the world, Enigma is the crown jewel of Genesis Mining, whose billionaire cofounder and CEO, Marco Streng, likes to compare blockchain to the earliest days of the internet.

“Everyone knows by now that this space has huge potential and drives innovation, but we can’t know how big it will be,” Marco says in the film.


And that's the best part of it. Of course there will be winners and losers.

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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 14 2017, 09:38 AM


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Highest Daily close since Jan. 2008.

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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 14 2017, 09:30 AM


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Aussie jobs Report today at 11.30am AEST. A good report could see AUDUSD break above .7650. A not so good report and a test

of .76 again. I'll wait for the news before making a trade.

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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 13 2017, 08:43 AM


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Ethereum, not the same as Bitcoin, but trading in the same world of Hope and Glory.

A return of $6000+ on $10300 investment since December 8th. For the same investment in Bitcoin $3000+. Less costs of course

and jagging the top and bottom. laugh.gif

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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 13 2017, 08:20 AM


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FBR pulling back to a level where it may be worth risking a trade.

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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 12 2017, 11:11 AM


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Still waiting for an entry on GOR. With XAUUSD at $1243 and closing below a support level, I may get an entry this week.

If gold recovers from these levels, an entry for me would be unlikely.

GOR chart just after midday.

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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 12 2017, 09:23 AM


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Worth looking at this site if interested in Bitcoin. My virus scanner didn't like the Blog section, so may be best to stay out of there.

https://winkdex.com/

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cooderman
Posted on: Dec 12 2017, 09:18 AM


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best way is to put in the $15K and hope.


Its done, any no. above 20k will do me. Shame I took the loss on original holding.

I wasn't going to buy back in, but things certainly changed in the last couple of weeks.
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Posted on: Dec 12 2017, 07:23 AM


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The chances of applications being scaled back are growing by the day.

would have preferred the 1;1 instead of giving everyone a shot at 30000.
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Posted on: Dec 11 2017, 07:07 AM


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Posted on: Dec 9 2017, 09:19 AM


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Who's going to be stuck when the big crunch comes ?



Not the Trader, most likely the small players buying .3 of a Bitcoin out of curiosity.

Forex forums are all about cryptocurrencies at the moment. Interesting to watch the not so lucky who are trying to fight

the bulls. No TA reason to think it will pull back, but if it does 13600 would be a level to watch. Futures trading starts on Sunday

so it will be interestng to see the direction.




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Posted on: Nov 30 2017, 01:56 PM


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I'm a registered holder on the 14th Nov, so I guess I qualify for the SPP. No paper work has arrived yet. I guess it's a

no-brainer to buy some more if it does turn up. I'd just about given up trading shares and this will most likely be my last

trade . Moneys in Forex and Index trading.


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Posted on: Nov 30 2017, 01:31 PM


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That got a few folks excited smile.gif Up 17.43% on the news - volume 5.3 mil


Not me. What's the opposite of excited.


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Posted on: Nov 15 2017, 10:04 AM


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You win some, you lose some.... Holding 20k @ .53 and in hindsight should have taken profit in high 50s, was hoping for low 60s.

Will most likely be out for the best price I can get on resumption of trading.
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cooderman
Posted on: Nov 7 2017, 02:56 PM


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They may have to tweak their model for next year, or use a dartboard.


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cooderman
Posted on: Nov 7 2017, 02:46 PM


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Now can it hold.

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cooderman
Posted on: Nov 7 2017, 08:00 AM


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Cmon, "Break on through to the other side." JM. May be a real test of 6000 today on lower liquidity. If you are having a bet in

the Melbourne Cup, don't back no 4 Tiberian, that's my pick and I only bet once a year.


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Posted on: Nov 7 2017, 07:39 AM


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Another big night for Oil. It now seems overbought and some bears may get the pullback they are waiting for, although 55.70s
spot WTI could now become support.

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cooderman
Posted on: Nov 4 2017, 08:38 AM


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It's a case of don't fight the Bulls at the moment, although some EW traders are calling wave 5 near completion. You would have to
have some respect for their methods, if they are correct.

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Posted on: Nov 4 2017, 08:15 AM


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You have a safe trip EB. Here is the Weekly. See if it breaks or we have a small pullback first.

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Posted on: Nov 1 2017, 07:33 AM


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[i]The company is in the concept stage with no existing revenues, unforeseen costs and results of clinical studies are unknown.


And no doubt some will make a lot of money, and some will lose a lot in the first week of trading.
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cooderman
Posted on: Oct 31 2017, 08:26 AM


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Still no entry for AWE. Finding it hard to break .52.

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Posted on: Oct 30 2017, 03:09 PM


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This guy, Ron Paul sounds like he is some sort of comedy act. Having predicted a 25% fall in markets back in June, he has now gone
for the big one, 50%. That would bring the DOW back to about 11701. Love to be short on that trade. So sell all your shares and
head for the hills, we would need a nuclear war for that to happen, or an impeachment. Before you sell remember after his last
prediction the DOW went up 10.5%. He has a habit of moving the Markets. Just having a small problem with his direction.


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Posted on: Oct 30 2017, 10:41 AM


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I like how we dress up our leaders and get them to sample the wares, even onions. Try getting this North Korean to put

on a Fluorescent vest.

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cooderman
Posted on: Oct 30 2017, 09:25 AM


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Daily close above April high. Real strong Res. next at 54.60s. A pullback to test the breakout point, wouldn't be a bad thing.

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Posted on: Oct 30 2017, 09:15 AM


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Not another Frackinginquiry. tongue.gif
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cooderman
Posted on: Oct 30 2017, 08:01 AM


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This small volume buyer should get his order filled this morning.

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Gold around 1267, and hoping for GOR to fall back down to that 60-61 level for an entry. Looks unlikely at the moment.
I'll wait and see and if I miss out, so be it.

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Spot WTI highest close since April 17th. Res. here, but it may break above. Although divergence on AO 4Hourly and res area may
see it pull back a little.

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Highest close for AWE since mid February. Might be worth trying to grab 10c if it does break this Res. I'll wait for a Daily close above
and see what happens next week.

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So it is possible you could make money trading BTCUSD. With low liquidity and big price moves, danger is a word that comes to mind.

My paper entry was around12 noon yesterday.

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approximately between 1 per cent and 24 per cent


GS are giving themselves a nice range there.
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I watch Bitcoin only out of curiosity, but with divergence on the AO on lower time frames, there may be a pullback soon.
It would be best to wait and use RSI for an entry point.

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I can see why some Americans love Trump.. Those waiting for a 20% crash back in November last year, would be disappointed.
Meanwhile the Bulls show no sign of weakness. Although the index shows signs of overbought and we may get one of those 3% pullbacks.

ASX200 on a tear and playing catch-up.

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The thin blue line at the top shows previous Daily closes around 5800. EB. would hope it holds and closes above this all week
and then maybe a push to 6000.. Technical analysts at Goldman Sachs are expecting a 20% fall, based on an ABC Pattern formed
over 3 years. Whatever that is. For this to happen you would want a close back below 5800 in the next day or two and than a
daily close below bottom of range at 5670s. It could take a while. Me I'll take another long trade if it tests 5800 and get a nice
pinbar bounce on Daily.

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Hopefully that will be the new support. See if sup. is tested next week and if it holds may be finally a push towards 6000.
Range traders have had it easy for the last 5 months.

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Will it finally get an overnight close above 5800. If not watch for shorts next week.




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Hi Blacksheep. You have credibility on this forum, why would you bother giving this ticker air time.

Best left to the Rampers and the rest of us can ignore it.
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That's pretty funny EB. Here's the Chart again to prove your theory.

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Any retrace to the $1300 support would be a nice position to look at a Long trade.

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A pullback today for AQG. Looked like it might break above Res. this week, but not to be. If Gold retraces back to $1300 sup. this week
it may open up a chance to buy AQG in the 208 - 220 range. Watch Gold price. If gold price holds , than see if AQG breaks and closes
above Res. on Daily chart for an entry.

Daily Chart just after 12noon.

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Tongue in cheek comment about the 5's gap biggrin.gif


Yeah I know Blacksheep.

We now may need a CR to get it back to an entry level.

With the price going crazy, it would be a good time to raise money.

Like your combination FA and TA posts. Wish it would inspire a few more to give us their trading ideas.
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I'd be out by then, Blacksheep. It's looking too strong for any pullback to the levels I'm hoping for. At the moment, just shooting

back up to 9. 'Will give it couple of days and see if any profit takers want to sell. It may be they did this morning.
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Just noticed your chart from yesterday Blacksheep. Broke above what looked like a double top or even an ascending triangle.

A pullback to the .083 - .085, and it might be worth a risk. Would also close that little gap.

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Looks like a failure at .079 level. Chart not looking good at this stage.. Time to sell If it fails at .069 level in next couple of days.

Looks like it needs news to push higher.

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Wrong, still respecting that support era.

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soccer in this country is right up there with rugby union at the moment


Or down there. Throw in Tennis also.
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Well it closed the gap, almost. Would have been a brave trader going Short this week.

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i still seen risk around there, never know what's gonna flare up next week --------better safe than sorry!!


Or even this week EB. ASX200 sure to close today under support and could test June 8th low in the next couple of days.
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But I wouldn't be putting the environment ahead of survival.


Exactly. I would have loved to be in on the conversation when the Minister asked for an Environmental Impact Statement.

They seemed to have passed it a little quicker than my Local council, who can take up to 12 months.
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Could be strong res. around .08.

Chart just after 12noon.

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Not crazy enough to short the gap up this morning. Gold could be on the way to test 2016 July 3rd high of 1375. Any retrace to
$1300 support level [unlikely] would be a chance to jump on the train.

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Quick long trade on the opening gap down. Risky to hold any trades at the moment. See if it tests 80 level again today.
Would like a retrace back to 78 sup. for a possible long entry. Risky holding a long trade at the current level 797, although there is always the chance of a break above 80.

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MacBank, just a little change from previous forecasts laugh.gif .

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Yesterdays candle retracing more than half the previous Pinbar kept me out of this trade. If it stays in the range I'm sure there will be

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Oil prices down and STO kept that upwards trend. A pullback to one of those Fib levels, or continue the push to near $4.

Spot WTI only just hanging on to $46 level at the moment.

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That was also Murdock and his partners aim, they rolled the dice and lost. Well at least for now. Some big players here.



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I think their shareholdings are worth zero, just like all the small holders.

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OK just keep trading the range. Best not to try and pick midpoints, and only trade rejection of Res. and Sup. on Daily.

After more than 3 months of sideways a change must surely come. Stll think a break of 5800 at some stage, but will keep taking the

occasional short or long trade.

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Would want to see Wednesday high of 48.5s taken out before going long. Still finding support in the low 47 area.

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Yeah Arty, it moved fairly quickly. I'm thinking there must be some Pro Traders over on HC if they are the ones moving it.

I haven't been following BUB close enough to take a trade. I have been following your TAW, and thought it was a sure thing

to break above that channel, but not to be just yet.
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So they bounced it off a Fib. level.
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Fingernail Delamination : An Important Study.

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I don't follow HC, but it seems they must have a large membership if they can move Markets. If they are typical rampers it will most

likely be a case of rinse and repeat. So jump on the next wave, if you can pick the bottom.

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If FLC consolidates around this price in the next day or two, it may be worth risking a trade.

Chart at about 1.30pm

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Around 5800 shows strong Res. If it ever breaks through it should fly.


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Just being friendly KianJ. I think the Index trading topic posters like to post on Indices and not currency pairs.

There's not many topics for Forex here, so may be you can create a few. Other than you and me there doesn't seem to be much interest
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Big pinbar off RES. on daily. Would have taken a short, but with two guys with their fingers on the trigger, will stay out of precious

metals for the next week or two. USDollar still as weak as.

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Not sure what happened there, with the 2 Daily charts that is.
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H1 was screaming Short.

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Well that didn't work


Sorry KianJ that was a misunderstanding.
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That's why you have stops, and close all trades on Friday nights before Europe and USA open, but of course you would have known

that. I'm guessing you were long too. Now tell me WTI's next move is, or would you prefer to wait until it happens.
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On Thursday it looked a short trade for sure when it hit lows of 46.6. See if the bounce is short -lived and tests 47 again.

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Hi Blacksheep, Have been caught out a few times waiting for gaps to close and missed the trade. I'll most likely buy a few next week

if it closes above 058 a few times on the Daily. Will add more if it closes above recent 065 high.

If it closes below 058 today I will wait and see if that gap closes next week.

Ton always a risky trade.
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Ton settling a little after 15m day on Wed. A few Daily closes above .058 and may be worth a risk.

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Trade like this guy says. Although his Range has changed. People wanting the yield will always be buying your shares as you take profit



QUOTE
Richard Coppleson, the former Goldman Sachs equity strategist now at Bell Potter, let rip a spectacular rant earlier this month on the problems with investor psychology in Australia around dividends on stocks like Telstra.

In the August 8 edition of his celebrated daily “Coppo Report”, Coppleson revealed he had had barneys with clients about their insistence on holding Telstra for the income. Here’s what he said:

Now will those (blind) Telstra bulls (at any price) finally listen – I’ve had massive fights with (mainly those who are “big” on income) that the stock is going lower & dividend could be a risk.

They argue that everyone’s on the phone – their kids use it, the NBN, and “Hey Coppo – you just don’t get it you nor all those stupid instos (sorry guys you were also included) – Ok when this took place the stock was at $5.00 & they “pay a 31c dividend – now that puts them of a big fat dividend yield of 6.2%”.

They go on.. “Coppo you just don’t get it do you – it’s on a 6.2% FULLY FRANKED dividend yield – so if you ”gross it up” then it’s on a dividend Yield of 8.8% that’s vs RBA Cash Rate of 1.5% – I love that type of investment” (and guess what this guy also thought the RBA was going to cut). Ok he “loved” Telstra back then at $5.00 & yield of 6.2% ff (he was “piling them into his Super Fund as it was a real “no brainer”).

well the “Dividend Yield” on Telstra today has “ballooned” out to 7.5% ff, or grossed up 10.80% BUT the share price has dropped from $5.00 to $4.09 a drop of -91c or a capital loss of -18%.

So the lesson is that investors want “income” and that is only going to increase over time.

BUT chasing a stock for its “yield” only (and the bigger the yield the more you should worry) has never been a great strategy.

BUT having said all that Telstra will find massive buying support anytime it gets to $4.00 as yield hungry investors look for income. The other way to look at Telstra here at $4.09 is that say they cut the dividend from 31c to 26c a huge 16% drop – at 26c the stock would be on a dividend yield of 6.3% fully franked or 9.1% grossed up.

So I’d say we have got Telstra stuck in a solid trading band of $4.00 BUY… to $4.50 / $4.75 SELL….



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anyone who wish to buy it, better wait for the dust to settle for two or three days..imho


As usual, good advice EB. There will be big falls on the ASX today and might be a chance to buy TLS at 350-360. Although you

would think buyers will be back n at some stage, it will be hard to pick the bottom.
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Will hold off buying any oilers, STO. and wait and see if oil price holds around these levels.

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Spot WTI may fall to test the 47 lows.

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You still watching STO? EB. With Spot WTI falling a little, and hopefully breaking below recent low of 48.40, may get another shot

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Are North Koreans living in caves or underground. Lets hope Trump doesn't light them up in the next month or two.

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Back around that sup area, Would only be worried on any close below June low of 5625. If Trump settles down, may be a Long

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Gold traders are loving Trump at the moment,




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Might be worth a shot. 20k and hope to grab 5c. back up to 26. Stop below .18. See how it looks today. Risky small trade as it may break below.

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Hit TP, will now wait and see if RBA talks it down later today for a possible Short.




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When I say I'm chasing a few pips, it would be off the 4H chart. A break or rejection of 8006 high will decide if to go Long or Short.




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Daily showing hard to break and hold above 80. Any short trade today would be hoping for a fall back to 78735. With USDollar still

falling and nearing support, things may change in next day or two.Meanwhile I'll just keep trying to scalp a few pips, Long and Short.




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Familiar pattern.

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There is some script running on Sharescene that seems to cause problems with my computer. Makes it hard to post charts so I'll

be giving it a miss after this one, unless I can fix the problem.

ASX200 still trying hard to break 5800

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Well it finally broke the range.. False breakout or long on dips back to 80c. USDollar still making new lows.

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Patty Griffin, one of the great songwriters. Her sometimes country twang most likely stopped her becoming a star. Here's one of her

songs and a cover of Stolen Car, written by the Boss.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOxpvKuEruk


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myQzPRXZciM
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Hard to commit to any trade at the moment. Even on the 4H it's hard to see the direction. Wait for a test of .80 or Fridays low .7875.

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I'll put it out there, this song is CRAP and 2,763,611,360 got it wrong. Or maybe 276,361,136 watched it 10 times, and it may be

that 27,636,113 of those are under the age of 10.
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USDollar lowest Weekly close since April 2016s 92.97. Looks like it might test .93 early next week. Wait and see if AUDUSD has

another shot at .80+ before Short trade. Just have to wait and see if USD recovers some time next week.

USDollar Weekly Chart.

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Having rallied hard following the release of the minutes of the Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) July monetary policy meeting earlier in the week, the movements in the Aussie dollar today will likely be determined by a key speech from deputy governor Guy Debelle in his home town of Adelaide during the session.

“For the AUD, it’s now pretty much all about the Guy Debelle speech at the CEDA/University of Adelaide function at 12.40pm AEST,” said David de Garis, economist at the National Australia Bank.

“The market will be especially attentive to any comments that Debelle has on the dollar and the 3.5% neutral policy rate referred to in Tuesday’s Minutes.”

On an otherwise bare data calendar in Asia, Debelle’s speech carries the potential to create serious movement in the Aussie dollar and rates markets.

A failure to hose down speculation that a rate hike could arrive as soon as late this year or early next year could easily see the Aussie trade above the 80 US cent level during the session.

Michele Bullock, RBA assistant governor, will also speak at 2.15pm AEDT.


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Sorry that 7989 was yesterdays high.
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New high overnight for AUD. Hard to fight the Bulls, so I'll be waiting until next week. 7989 overnight and the AUDUSD might have another shot at 80 today. Playing golf so will check it again after about 3pm.

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Anyone into surfing... Classic contest at Jeffereys Bay SA.

http://www.worldsurfleague.com/events/2017...open-j-bay/live
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I'll be waiting for the daily candle closes EB. What I do I follow USDJPY against AUDUSD. See USDJPY hitting and may bounce of that

support level. Usually means USD is recovering. If it does AUD should pullback off these crazy new highs. Like I said , have to wait for

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No i'm the hopeless one EB. Gotta learn how to trail it. AUDUSD was a classic case, Took profit just below .77 and watched it go up

another 280 pips. But who would have picked that. Still waiting for the Short trade on AUDUSD. See how the Daily candle closes

overnight.
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Out at 23 EB. Nearly a grand after brokers, so I'll take it and hope for a pullback , after you sell of course.

Close above 325 and it may fly.
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Spot WTI highest close since early June. If STO doesn't move today I will sell. 2nd trade on STO this month and may be the other

oilers may be better value.

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In other words trade with a plan.


I hope you plan includes money management. I keep it simple also, Sup. and Res. RSI and with Forex I use a Tic volume %.

Wait for price action off sup or res. like a Pin bar.

With TA there's nothing to say who is right or wrong. If a system works for you, keep using it.
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Hi Trendline. Not familiar with tradingview. I am a member of another Forex website, but I won't name them as the members are

pretty brutal. They like to see you trade the right side of the screen.

I'm guessing you use trendlines. Hope it's res. and sup. There are supply and demand traders, but their setups differ slightly,

but very similar.
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I will be watching the USDJPY pair, and of course Rodrigo Catrils morning note. USDJPY right on support and if it bounces from here

a Short on AUDUSD is the go. If it breaks below , don't stand in the bulls way.
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Some of these experts were calling 70c only a week or two ago.

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While traders responded to the RBA’s discussion on the new neutral policy level by hoovering up the Aussie, Haddad says that markets may have jumped the gun in thinking it signals a near-term rate hike is coming.

“We continue to believe that the sharp AUD/USD upleg following the release of the RBA minutes is an over-reaction to the RBA’s updated estimate,” he says.

“The central bank takes the neutral interest rate into its long-run considerations, but adjusts short-term policy according to evolving economic conditions. There are no immediate implications for the RBA’s cash rate, and we continue to believe the RBA will only lift interest rates in Q4 2018.”

And Haddad thinks that if the RBA had its time again, it may have used a different method to communicate its updated views.

“Given the market reaction, the RBA may be wondering if they should have released their neutral interest rate estimate in a research discussion paper rather than the closely watched minutes.”

For a central bank that has been warning for a prolonged period that a higher currency would “complicate” Australia’s economic transition, it’s likely that question is being asked this morning in the RBA’s Martin Place headquarters given the Aussie’s stratospheric rise on Tuesday.

Rodrigo Catril, currency strategist at the National Australia Bank, said in his morning note that “a move above 80c looks to be just a matter of time”.


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This would not give me any incentive to buy gold though


I only trade it, highly leveraged, big risks and in and out quickly. Trade it both ways.

XAUUSD closed right on res. level. Unless the USD recovers soon Gold could break higher. I'm watching for now.

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cooderman
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Inside Bar on the ASX200 Daily close. Shirley no one still trades those.
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Price still above my entry EB, and it's hanging in ok at the moment..

Didn't expect the big fall in ASX.
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Gold had a good week. Strangely most gold stocks had big falls. It seems traders think 1240 is too strong a res. and Gold will

fall again if it fails at this level. Gold stocks nearing support levels are.... AQG. BDR. EVN. NST. RMS. SBM.

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cooderman
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Took the entry EB, but not at 2.93 which would have been nice. Waited to see if it held above Fridays close and got an entry in low 3s.

Spot WTI struggling to break 47 level, with a small fall overnight. Like to see STO open above yesterdays close and may be a push

towards 324 this week. Any more weakness in Oil and all bets are off.

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Everything above estimates, and little reaction from Aussie.
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cooderman
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FBR pulling back a little off recent highs. Worth a look around these Fib levels. My preference would be around 14 - 15c. But you

don't always get what you want.

Chart at about 11.20 am.

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China GDP at about 12noon today. Guess its wait and react.

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cooderman
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So the Judges were right on the Horn - Pacquiao fight. Nine rounds to three by one judge on the night was a bit of a stretch, but

the rest were close to the mark. Ninth round 10-8 to Pac-Man should have also been the score. Horn landed some great body

punches and it seemed the judges rewarded him.... I doubt Pacquiao will back up for a second fight against Horn, not in Australia.

If he does I fancy Horn to knock him out. Meanwhile the Pac-Man and his supporters say "we was robbed."

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cooderman
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Big week for the Aussie.

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cooderman
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Big move by AUDUSD this week. Grabbed 56 pips and missed another 50 when it hit TP just below 77.

Looking overbought and must be getting in Short territory for next week.

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Thanks to all the other contributors who understood my question, which was not how many hits CUV gets, and who took the time to explain some of the posting history of Sharescene to a newbie to this site. Much appreciated


Couldn't be any happier for you Blacksheep. Now what say we let it go.

But if you want to keep on about it, I'm up for it.
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No, no more questions for me.


Like Triage says "keep asking the questions", I just thought it was a strange question, when there are more important issues than

how many hits CUV gets. No need to respond, what say we let it rest.
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cooderman
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I don't think you have upset me. All I am saying is, being members, CUV followers have as much right to post what they like,

when the like. May be the question you should ask, is why there are so few posts on Sharescene. Take out Nippers posts, who

pretty well keeps the site running, and you could count the daily posts on one hand.
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cooderman
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Still the best Gold stock , nearly always a good buy on any pullbacks.

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Here's an idea, if you don't like the thread, don't click on it. CUV has kept Sharescene going when most members showed little

interest in posting. There are plenty of threads I ignore and this will most likely be one of them.
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STO testing 52 week low. With only a slight gap up on Spot WTI and spot Brent on open, you would not think oil prices would hold at

the moment.

STO at about 10.30am

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We might get a good pinbar close off support , EB. Would be a Long trade on Monday if it does, and another test of 5800. It must break above at some stage.

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SYR having a couple of solid days. I bought a few to many CSE hoping SYR would take off, and at this stage don't like my chances of
being able to sell them at a decent price. Hardly any CSE being traded.

SYR at about 1.15 pm

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Oil smacked a little overnight. Hope that's support at 45.28. Holding STO and with some new valuations well below $3 it may be time to
close that trade.

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May be worth a risk if it finds sup. around the $1 again. Any fall below the recent low of .99 and best to stay out.

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That's it EB. Lock em in. It might test 5800 today.

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in the money...... tongue.gif 5750 will be hit with ease today..


Looks like solid sup. @ 5680s and res. for now at 5800 EB.

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With Gold down overnight GOR may be worth taking a risk if holds around the 60-62 area.

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Big fall overnight . Support here or further down near 1200 if it closes below this level.

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MGX is worth looking at on any pullback to 31c. https://www.businessinsider.com.au/iron-ore...l-market-2017-6

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USOUSD seemed to hold up OK overnight, still to break and close above small Res. See if I can buy STO near $3 today.

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Big pullback from high in 5820s. EB nailed it when he said "take the profit now or at least take half of them , and sell everything at

closing"

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Pullback off that Res. around 5800 EB. Lock in some profit, like you say would be the go. Although a break and close above might

see it push towards 5840.


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Had a buy order in closing auction EB, and missed it. Didn't chase on open today. Res. ahead for Oil but it may fly through it tonight.

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Oil slowly moving higher. Would want a Daily close above yesterdays high, 44.5s or spot Brent 47.2s, to feel confident in entering
any oil stocks. STO Daily close back above $3 and those closes in oil price would be a good time to enter. Maybe!

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June 27 (Reuters) - The Australian government will invest in a lithium mine for the first time, as part of a wide-ranging effort to shore up power stability in a market increasingly dependent on variable wind and solar power. The government said on Tuesday it would invest about A$20 million ($15 million) into Pilbara Minerals Ltd's Pilgangoora project in Western Australia, which will produce lithium concentrate, a key component in electric vehicles and batteries.

Environment and Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg said it represented the conservative government's first investment in a mining project of its kind and demonstrated a commitment to clean energy technologies.

"Lithium is a vital component used in battery storage, which helps to support Australia's increasing use of renewable energy," the minister said in a statement.

The move comes as the government looks to prove it is being "technology neutral" in its efforts to beef up power supply, amid a battle over whether that should include subsidies for coal-fired power.

The investment is from the government's Clean Energy Finance Corporation, which took part in Pilbara Minerals' recently completed A$132 million bond issue.

The proceeds of the bond issue together with A$80 million raised in a share sale will underpin the A$234 million required for the project's first stage of development. Construction is expected to start in early 2018, Pilbara Minerals said.

Australia was the world's largest lithium producer in 2016, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
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With Oil making a small recovery, it may be time to look at those oil stocks for a possible entry.

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