This is intended to be a forum for me to post chart ideas and hopefully receive feedback and stimulate discussion.It is not intended to constitute investment advice.
It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning. Henry Ford
Oh Yeah!!!Another "Fast Down" set up.Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!
By the way, Mr Wagner. I enjoyed reading this post on Daneric's blog about the US Rugby Team's performance at the World Cup. Strange how you were always saying that "he doesn't even know who Jack Clarke is" and thinks he knows something about Rugby. Funny thing is I had never heard a word about Cal Bears or Jack Clarke until you opened your big mouth, and it is not surprising given that the USA Rugby Team held the record of the greatest losing team in World Cup history with 10 consecutive defeats in a row - 16 YEARS they held the wooden spoon. Wasn't this during the prime of Jack Clarke and his management of the Cal Bear's team? Seriously that is a fantastic laugh - thank you very much LMAO:-)Spotlight USA Rugby. For Mike.Who must have nightmares about how "Unlike their soccer counterparts who famously toppled the once mighty England team in the association football code’s 1950 World Cup, the USA Eagles have yet to taste success against a major rugby-playing nation at the Game’s showpiece tournament".Poor old Cal Bears just can't do it on their own. Poor Mike. Note the LOW commentary in the attached Rubgy World Cup summation for the USA team:-) LOW"In going 16 years between Rugby World Cup victories (1987-2003) USA built up what was then the longest losing streak (10 matches) in the tournament’s history".http://www.rugbyworldcup.com/teams/profile/teamid=51.html
yep as posted on Monday.I think you're on the wrong blog Mr Troll......try Daneric's
Incidentally Wagner I don't think you (or your 2 arse-licking chumps Pleather and Miller for that matter) are in any position to lecture people on false avatars.
Short term, despite today's equity bounce, we remain risk off per USDJPY. The hourly remains bearish with the falling 26 sma (red line) a decent bull/bear line for short term overnight/tomorrow.USDJPY Hourly
I stopped looking at that chart because of all the intervention ....thks will check it out again
Those Clowns deserve each other. And BTW the DAX is dropping nicely, off 1.5% at this juncture. W