$BEST

BEST Inc

  • NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE INC.
  • Air Freight/Couriers
  • Transportation
  • Transportation and Warehousing
  • General Warehousing and Storage

PRICE

$1.21 β–Ό-0.82%

Extented Hours

VOLUME

155,675

DAY RANGE

1.13 - 1.22

52 WEEK

0.99 - 12.35

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Sam Byford and Tom Westbrook TOKYO/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stocks fell and the dollar stood by a two-decade high on the euro on Wednesday as investors' fears deepened that the continent is leading the world into recession, while oil and European equity futures made a wobbly attempt to steady. Brent crude futures have slid this month on worries that a global slowdown will sap demand. Prices slumped 9.5% to a 2-1/2 month low of $101.10 on Tuesday, before bouncing slightly to $103.86 a barrel in the Asia session on Wednesday. [O/R] MSCI's index of Asia-Pacific stocks outside Japan fell 1%, led by a 2% drop for Taiwan's benchmark index - heavy with growth-sensitive computer chip makers - which hit an 18-month low. Japan's Nikkei fell 1.1%. S&P 500 futures fell 0.1% while FTSE futures and EuroSTOXX 50 futures rose 1% after heavy Tuesday selling. News has been relentlessly negative, with talk of gas rationing in Europe, a political crisis in Britain and a fresh flare up of COVID-19 cases prompting fresh restrictions in Shanghai. In the United States, the two-year Treasury yield has dropped below the 10-year yield, a reliable market signal of a recession capping growth in the medium term. [US/] "The drumbeat is getting louder and louder about recession risk," said Jason Teh, chief investment officer at Vertium Asset Management in Sydney. "Right now defence is the name of the game. It's the best strategy right now, because in a recession a lot of things can fall out of bed." Accordingly ,the dollar has been king and a safety bid has even returned to the beaten-down Japanese yen. The U.S. dollar index hit a 20-year high of 106.79 on Tuesday, hoisted by a tumbling euro. The index hovered at 106.440 on Wednesday and the yen rose about 0.4% to 135.39 per dollar. [FRX/] The euro huddled at $1.0266 after dropping as far as $1.0236 on Tuesday and traders expect little respite. Selling could follow if Eurozone retail sales figures due at 0900 GMT disappoint expectations for a 0.4% monthly rise in May. "There are no important support levels for EUR/USD until $1," said Commonwealth Bank of Australia (OTC:CMWAY) strategist Kristina Clifton. Sterling was near a two-year low at $1.1944 after the resignation of two of Britain's top government ministers put Prime Minster Boris Johnson's leadership under new pressure. GAS GAS GAS Uncertainty over Europe's gas supply is leading the latest round of worries, and has sent prices rocketing against slumps in other commodities on growth worries. [EL/DE] Benchmark Dutch gas prices have doubled since the middle of June. Some investors worry that flow along the Nord Stream pipeline, which brings gas from Russia to Germany, might not resume after a ten-day maintenance shutdown from July 11 and that winter supply shortages will then prompt rationing and a sharp drop in economic activity. The backdrop is rising interest rates. The Federal Reserve publishes minutes later on Wednesday from the June meeting, where it announced the sharpest hike in the U.S. benchmark interest rate in nearly 30 years. It is likely to foreshadow more hikes as Fed officials have said their top priority is fighting inflation, even at the cost of growth. "The probability of a soft landing had massively declined," August Hatecke, the co-head of UBS Wealth Management Asia Pacific told investors at a conference in Singapore. The growth-sensitive Australian dollar was stuck near a two-year low at $0.6805. [AUD/] Spot gold was last steady at $1,771 an ounce after sliding on the strong dollar overnight. The safe haven is down about 3% this year, less than the steep losses for equities and bonds. Treasuries were steady in Asia with the 10-year yield at 2.8327% and the two-year yield at 2.8385%. Bitcoin, which has been demolished in the flight from risky assets, sat at $20,115.

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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@dros #droscrew
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@Navneet that flow is just some highly speculative shit. pretty low probability at this point of that working out. lotto at best

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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best way is to click the search icon , but if that does not work , then scroll up a little and a new icon will pop at the top right of the msgs window , enter date of your message there , and scan

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares were ending a rough quarter in a sombre mood on Thursday amid fears central banks' cure for inflation will end up sickening the global economy, though it is proving to be a fillip for the safe-haven dollar and government bonds. As policy makers reiterated their commitment to controlling inflation no matter what pain it caused, data on U.S. core prices later in the session should only underline the extent of the challenge. "Inflation can be sticky," warned analysts at ANZ. "It is broadening from goods to services and wage growth is accelerating. "Even with rapid rate rises, it will take time for tightness in labour markets to unwind, and that means inflation can stay higher for longer." That suggests it is too early to pick a peak for interest rates or a bottom for stocks, even though markets have already fallen a long way. The S&P 500 has lost almost 16% this quarter, its worst performance since the very start of the pandemic, while the Nasdaq is off an eye-watering 21%. On Thursday, S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures were both down 0.4% with little sign as yet that the new quarter will bring in brave bargain hunters. EUROSTOXX 50 futures and FTSE futures both fell 0.5%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan eased another 0.5%, bringing its losses for the quarter to 10%. Japan's Nikkei fell 1.4%, though its drop this quarter has been a relatively modest 5% thanks to a weak yen and the Bank of Japan's dogged commitment to super-easy policies. The need for stimulus was underscored by data showing Japanese industrial output dived 7.2% in May, when analysts had looked for a dip of only 0.3%. Chinese blue chips added 1.6% helped by a survey showing a marked pick up in services activity. Analysts at JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) expect a major rebound in China in coming months and felt that, with so much bad news priced into world markets, positioning argued for a bounce. "It is not that we think that the world and economies are in great shape, but just that an average investor expects an economic disaster, and if that does not materialize risky asset classes could recover most of their losses from the first half," they wrote in a note. DOLLAR IN DEMAND For now, the risk of recession was enough to bring U.S. 10-year yields back to 3.10% from their recent peak at 3.498%, though that is still up 77 basis points for the quarter. The yield curve has continued to flatten, and turned negative in the three- to seven-year range, while futures are almost fully priced for another Federal Reserve hike of 75 basis points in July. ted the U.S. dollar its best quarter since late 2016. The dollar index was trading up at 105.100 and just a whisker from its recent two-decade peak of 105.79. The euro was struggling at $1.0452, having shed 5.6% for the quarter so far, though it remains just above the May trough of $1.0348. It also dropped to a fresh 7-1/2-year low versus the Swiss franc at 0.99663 francs. The Japanese yen is in even worse shape, with the dollar having gained more than 12% this quarter to 136.50 and hitting its highest since 1998. Rising interest rates and a high dollar have not been good for non-yielding gold which was stuck at $1,816 an ounce having lost 6% for the quarter. [GOL/] Oil prices were flat on Thursday amid concerns about an unseasonable slowdown in U.S. gasoline demand, even as global supplies remain tight. [O/R] OPEC and OPEC+ end two days of meetings on Thursday with little expectation they will be able to pump much more oil despite U.S. pressure to expand quotas. September Brent rose 17 cents to $112.62 a barrel, while U.S. crude added 7 cents to $109.85.

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**mark_dow:** Best thing about sending out a twitter poll is all the different ways you get told how you should've phrased it differently https://t.co/bnyguxteAW https://twitter.com/mark_dow/status/1542246482488598529

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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@dros #droscrew
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first response is the best one

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@dros #droscrew
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loo > @lucullus said: true, it was a cheap shot, I like those the best

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@lucullus #droscrew
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true, it was a cheap shot, I like those the best

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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@lucullus #droscrew
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best not to read to much into it...

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@dros #droscrew
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that's probably my best guess

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Kevin Buckland and Sam Byford TOKYO (Reuters) - Shares rose broadly across Asia on Monday, building on morning gains and a Friday Wall Street rebound as sentiment improved and oil prices steadied, tempering fears of prolonged inflation. Treasury yields remained subdued and the dollar hovered near the lowest in more than a week as investors continued to assess the outlook for U.S. rate hikes, and the potential for a recession. Japan's Nikkei rallied 1.51%, while Australia's benchmark jumped 2.03% and looked set for its best day in more than six weeks. Chinese blue chips rose 1.17% and Hong Kong's Hang Seng advanced 2.39%. South Korea's KOSPI gained 1.83%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares rose 1.81%. U.S. stock futures are up slightly by 0.8% after falling earlier in the day. On Friday, the S&P 500 surged more than 3%, adding to an almost 1% gain on Thursday. FTSE futures and EUROSTOXX 50 futures both rose 0.45% ahead of the start of European market trading. "I don't think anyone's got any smoking guns for this market right now," said Chris Weston, head of research at Pepperstone. "If you're looking for proper risk-on, all markets moving the same direction, correlation across asset classes going to 1, we’re not seeing that today." "The Aussie's the worst performer, the yen's the best performer, you're not seeing much love in crypto, there's no real move in the energy space. It's more of an equities story today." Crude oil fell in volatile trading on Monday as the market grapples with concerns that a global economic slowdown could depress demand versus worries about lost Russian supply amid sanctions over the Ukraine conflict. Both Brent and U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) futures were flat on the day after back-and-forth trading in the morning. Brent is up 0.1% at $113.2 a barrel, while WTI fell 0.01% to $107.63. U.S. long-term Treasury yields hovered around 3.16% after bouncing off a two-week low just above 3% at the end of last week as traders removed bets for hikes next year, but still pondered if aggressive tightening this year could trigger a recession. Yields have dropped from 3.456%, the highest in more than a decade, reached before the mid-month Fed meeting. Then, the central bank hiked rates by 75 basis points, the biggest increase since 1994, and signalled that a similar move is possible in July. "The market remains focused in the trade-off between the policy response to high inflation and fears of a hard landing," Westpac rates strategist Damien McColough wrote in a client note. "There will be ongoing discussions as to whether long-end yields have peaked, however we would not yet expect 10-year yields to fall materially or sustainably below 3%." The dollar was steady on Monday, continuing to consolidate near the lowest since the middle of the month against major peers. The dollar index - which measures the currency versus six rivals - was little changed at 103.950, after gradually gravitating over the past few sessions toward the June 17 low of 103.83. Gold ticked 0.49% higher to $1,835.16 per ounce. Bitcoin was flat, trading at $21,170.88 after falling as low as $17,588.88 earlier this month.

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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@Jonove #droscrew
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Selling weeklies when volatility is high is one of the best strategies out there. Manage your risk tho

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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**elerianm:** US 2-year yields chart is problematic for the view that the #Fed "is good at getting the market to do the work for it." At best, it's consistent with a confused market lacking a credible Fed anchor. At worse, strained market functioning. For me: More the former, though not fully. https://t.co/2e6J90k6in https://twitter.com/elerianm/status/1539980278067826690

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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@thegiz18 #ivtrades
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I would just DM Chris, I know that works > @Chadderman said: hi guys! for q's regarding memberships and trade alerts is the best to email admin@ivtrades.com for that?

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@Chadderman #ivtrades
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hi guys! for q's regarding memberships and trade alerts is the best to email admin@ivtrades.com for that?

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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@CarlosH-carvan #ivtrades
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OK guys in my bad english, if each of you dont understand the market, the charts and the most important, the volume, ten you are in problems.... The administrator call the alert and believe me, is the Best option alert that I know in the se se when he post BUY TO Open the price pΓ³sted is the same that I am seeing.... No later or more expensive. Now, is your decisiΓ³n when you SELL TO CLOSE..... the greed break the pocket. Good night

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THIS IS THE BEST GROUP TO BE IN

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By Selena Li HONG KONG (Reuters) - Stocks rose and the safe-haven dollar edged down on Tuesday as investors paused for breath after a steep selloff, but concerns remain about aggressive central bank interest rate hikes and risks of a global recession. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 1.3%, edging up from a more than five-week low hit and set for its best day in around two weeks. Japan's benchmark Nikkei average gained 2.22%. Gains were broadbased, but Chinese tech names were among the leaders with Hong Kong-listed firms up 1.9%. European shares were also set to extend the previous day's gains with EUROSTOXX 50 futures up 0.6% and FTSE futures gaining 0.5%. U.S. markets, which were closed on Monday for a holiday, looked set for a bigger pop at the open with S&P 500 e-mini share futures 1.63% higher and Nasdaq e-mini share futures advancing 1.76%. Nonetheless, some investors see the current bounce as short-lived. "I think the green that we're seeing this morning is not necessarily a function that people are moving back in towards risk assets," said Kerry Craig, global market strategist at JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) Asset Management. "It's just the normal behavior on the very large selloff to get some reprieve and breathing space come through because fundamentally, nothing has changed on the macro front last week." Central banks around the world are looking to raise interest rates aggressively to curb rising inflation, a sentiment underscored on Tuesday by Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) Governor Philip Lowe, who pointed in a speech to further rate hikes. "As we chart our way back to 2 to 3% inflation, Australians should be prepared for more interest rate increases," Lowe warned. "The level of interest rates is still very low for an economy with low unemployment and that is experiencing high inflation." Australia's S&P/ASX 200 index climbed 1.45% and the Aussie dollar was little changed. Continuing the central bank theme, two Federal Reserve policy makers are due to speak later in the day, as are two speakers from the Bank of England, with traders watching their remarks closely for clues about the interest rate trajectory. In currency markets, the dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of its peers, edged down a little in line with the improved risk sentiment to 104.37, as the dollar lost a modicum of ground on the euro "However, the risk rally should prove to be short-lived as major central banks maintained their hawkish tone," said Ken Cheung, chief Asian FX strategist at Mizuho in a note. The Japanese yen remained under pressure at 135.1 yen per dollar, not far off a 24-year low of 135.58 yen hit early last week. [FRX/] In bond markets, the yield on U.S. benchmark 10-year treasury notes was 3.2825%, up from last Friday's close of 3.2313. Last week's peak of 3.495% was the 10-year yield's highest since 2011 and came the same day the Fed raised interest rates by a massive 75 basis points. Oil prices swung higher with traders focusing on tight supplies over slowing global economic growth. U.S. crude rose 1.79% to $111.52 per barrel and Brent was at $115.47, up 1.17% on the day. The United States is in talks with Canada and other allies globally to further restrict Moscow's energy revenue by imposing a price cap on Russian oil without causing spillover effects to low-income countries, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said on Monday. Spot gold traded nearly flat at $1,838.41 an ounce. Bitcoin was at $20,629 having failed to break strongly above or below the psychologically significant $20,000 level in recent days.

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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**pkedrosky:** Earlier I mentioned the terrific @SongExploder episode about "Never Gonna Give You Up"ΒΉ. Someone then suggested the "Go Your Own Way" episodeΒ² with Lindsey Buckingham, which was also super. That got me thinking: What are the ten best @songexploder episodes of all time? Go. https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1539037831598776320

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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@Salem #Emporos Research
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best steaks I've ever had in my life tho

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@maletone #StockTraders.NET
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still best day on the month

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@maletone #StockTraders.NET
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2nd best trede on the day so far for trading small lol

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@Chano #StockTraders.NET
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share your chart to learn πŸ™πŸΌ > @maletone said: best trade on the week

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@maletone #StockTraders.NET
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best trade on the week

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@mzx9 #droscrew
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if I don't know shit I keep scalping small small btw first and last mins are the best

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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yes , scalps are the best because of that > @Suspex said: Also i scalp, so ppl cant copy my trades fast enough for it to work for them

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`What is Mayer Multiple?` Ξ™t was created by **Trace Mayer** as a way to analyse the price of BTC in a historical context. The ΜΜ is the multiple of the current BTC price over the **200-day moving average**. Simulations determined that, the best long-term result were achieved by **accumulating BTC whenever the MM was below 2.4**. Since they were based on historical data, they should not be the basis of any financial decision.

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@Suspex #Emporos Research
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If i got something to share with you ill do so via dm, not interested in sticking in around for atlas's behavior. πŸ’£ All the best on this endeavor

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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Its powerful edge to combine global macro with logical technical driven trading. I always found mixing both fundamental/techical creates the best edges to exploit

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

62.38 M

Beta

2.02

Avg. Volume

335.58 K

Shares Outstanding

51.13 M

Yield

0%

Public Float

0

Next Earnings Date

2022-08-16

Next Dividend Date

Company Information

BEST Inc. is a leading integrated smart supply chain solutions and logistics services provider in China. Through its proprietary technology platform and extensive networks, BEST offers a comprehensive set of logistics and value-add services, including express and freight delivery, supply chain management and last-mile services, truckload service brokerage, international logistics and financial services. BEST's mission is to empower business and enrich life by leveraging technology and business model innovation to create a smarter, more efficient supply chain.

CEO: Shoa-Ning Chou

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HQ: 2/F, Block A, Huaxing Modern Industry Hangzhou, 310013 Zhejiang

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