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Bouraq added an item to the stack S&P.

Chart of the day is #ES by www.tradingchannels.uk

Dink commented on an item:

2180? I'll probably be out of some of the position by then.

SILVER SINGULARITY commented on an item:

I hold my shorts with a stop below 2180&nbsp;<br />Glad to know my money will go into your pocket if markets BO

Dink commented on an item:

Oye, another supposed H&S top. Yes, it might very well be a H&S top, but most of the time a H&S pattern is not a top, but a continuation. Usually you get a false break below the supposed "neckline" to hit stops, which appears to be exactly what happened a few minutes ago. I am holding my long ES until ES 2180 or 2200.

Dink commented on an item:

If the ES can close below 2152.25, then the odds of a crash will increase dramatically. I hope you're right, because up markets are boring as hell, but I think you'll be wrong. We shall see!

The Director commented on an item:

RULES:&nbsp;<br />&nbsp;<br />Only trade in contango conditions (confer vixcentral.com). If backwardation occurs, close out. If contango re-occurs wait for 3 consecutive occurences before re-investing.

LZ8 added an item to the stacks Commodities and China.

October Steel rebar. Volume 5.6 million, open interest 2.2 million.

SILVER SINGULARITY commented on an item:

If the US markets go down hard then this scenario is a real possibility for the chinese stock market&nbsp;<br />And that would also have huge consequences on the commodities

SILVER SINGULARITY commented on an item:

ok so take the example above.&nbsp;<br />Before, you often had 1 and 2 million contracts traded during one day.&nbsp;<br />Now it's 13500&nbsp;<br />So even if the price collapses, the majority of people that already have positions will not be able to liquidate them because there is nobody big enough on the other side of that trade.&nbsp;<br />The prob...

SILVER SINGULARITY commented on an item:

If silver price manipulation theory is real, that would be the perfect occasion to get rid of the hot potato!&nbsp;<br />That would also explain why circuit breakers were implemented in 2014.&nbsp;<br />For silver, last circuit breaker (stops trading until next day) is a $12 move... sic

SILVER SINGULARITY commented on an item:

... surged prices may never recover contrary to crashed ones!&nbsp;<br />See what I mean? :/

SILVER SINGULARITY commented on an item:

2008 was a liquidity crisis.&nbsp;<br />Next one coming will be a crisis of "THE liquidity" wich is completely different!&nbsp;<br />EUR/CHF was a crisis of "THE liquidity".&nbsp;<br />That's why QE4 is coming... there's going to be some seeeeerious holes to patch in several balance sheets before we can recover crashed (or surged) prices

SILVER SINGULARITY commented on an item:

I like Elliott because of the fractal nature of patterns.&nbsp;<br />And fractals are probably the grid of nature and what we call the "material world"

SILVER SINGULARITY commented on an item:

NEVER gonna see 666 in my lifetime! (and i'm not old)&nbsp;<br />even 1000

alshaw commented on an item:

mcclellan has been bearish in gold and spy since jan 5 2015 for jesus christ

alshaw commented on an item:

ship my grandma

alshaw commented on an item:

holy fuck yes that the chart but we are going top 666 crash a real crash

SILVER SINGULARITY commented on an item:

I would rather take a s&p500 crash if you can have that for me ;)

SILVER SINGULARITY commented on an item:

I would like to see a close below 2120 for a VERY SOLID key reversal pattern (weekly, wich is more significative)&nbsp;<br />Notice that a close around 2090 would add a monthly shooting star (even more significative) but I know we're far from there right now :)

SILVER SINGULARITY commented on an item:

I agree that the degree of absurdity went so far that a 25% rise from there wouldn't be more crazy (but the problem with that concept is that there's no end of road)&nbsp;<br />Stocks are extremely expensive so it's obviously a sell.&nbsp;<br />But...like nothing is obvious, stocks rises more.&nbsp;<br />as a consequence, stocks becomes even...

Dink commented on an item:

I agree that last week's range in the ES is really important. A close below, preferably, the low of last week's low and the bull market may be over, gasp. However, it may be nothing and we just rise up and through like last week never happened.