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the ratio improved before we bottomed though, maybe worth keeping an eye on
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KEEP YOUR EYE ON CADJPY
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@Suspex #Emporos Research
Im lacking, no algo for me. Manually gotta hawk eye the market
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@zillinger #Emporos Research
Looking like a pretty decent entry, good eye 👌
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Sony & Theta Set to Launch ‘3D NFTs’, Eye Tie-in with its Spatial Reality Display https://cryptonews.com/news/sony-theta-set-to-launch-3d-nfts-eye-tie-in-with-its-spatial-reality-display.htm
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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
VIX retraces under 30. Keep an eye on that. Bitcoin testing 40k, FOMC news priced in and relief rally underway.
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I'll keep an eye out when he comes back on
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filled my VWAP covers like butter in a blink of an eye
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Consumer staples is what I am seeing bullish at the moment. Couple extension sell off yesterday, but something to keep an eye on.
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The Metaverse needs to keep an eye on privacy to avoid Meta’s mistakes https://cointelegraph.com/news/the-metaverse-needs-to-keep-an-eye-on-privacy-to-avoid-meta-s-mistakes
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Memecoins eye major revamps in an effort to return to their former glory https://cointelegraph.com/news/memecoins-eye-major-revamps-in-an-effort-to-return-to-their-former-glory
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By Huw Jones LONDON (Reuters) - Stocks edged higher on Wednesday, but gains were capped by questions over how far real bond yields will rise as investors sifted through disappointing Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) earnings and war continued in Ukraine. The STOXX index of 600 European companies gained 0.4% to 458.17 points. The MSCI all country stock index was 0.2% firmer. Investors kept a wary eye on the 10-year Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities (TIPS), whose yields briefly broke above negative territory on Tuesday for the first time since March 2020. A rise in real yields poses a fresh headwind for risky assets such as stocks, especially big tech firms which report earnings next week, now more closely scrutinised after Netflix shares sank on Tuesday evening after news it was losing subscribers. Tech-heavy Nasdaq futures were down 0.6 percent, with S&P500 futures shedding 0.3% "You are going to have to see real yields in much more positive territory before they make stock markets less attractive," said Michael Hewson, chief market analyst at CMC Markets. "The bigger question the markets are wrestling with at the moment is has inflation peaked? If inflation has peaked, then maybe it's a good time to buy bonds again, which is why we are seeing so much uncertainty as to the future direction of the stock markets," Hewson said. The dollar climbed to a fresh two-decade peak to the yen, buoyed as the Bank of Japan stepped into the market again to defend its ultra low interest rate policy. Data is beginning to emerge from the International Monetary Fund this week on how much the two-month old war in Ukraine is hitting the global economy. The U.S. Federal Reserve issues its "Beige Book" of economic conditions from late February to early April on Wednesday. "We expect the pace of economic activity eased slightly to a modest pace," UniCredit analysts said in a note. In Europe, German producer prices hit a record high amid war in Ukraine. In an election which has rattled French bonds, President Emmanuel Macron and far-right candidate Marine Le Pen will face each other in a televised debate on Wednesday evening. Macron, however, appears to be pulling ahead of Le Pen in the polls ahead of Sunday's final round in the election. ASIA SHARES RISE MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.3%, its first positive session in a week. Japan's Nikkei rose 0.8%, like other markets in the region tracking Tuesday's gains on Wall Street where the three main benchmarks had their best days in over a month, helped by several strong earnings results. The Nasdaq closed up 2.2%. China bucked the regional trend as Chinese blue chips shed 1.5% after the central bank kept its benchmark lending rates unchanged, despite frequent government pledges to support a slowing economy hit by the worst COVID-19 outbreak in two years. That decision in contrast helped the Chinese yuan recover after hitting its lowest since October in early trade. "Investors were looking for stimulus from China but the PBOC didn't deliver today," said Carlos Casanova. "Markets inevitably are going to interpret that in a negative way with the lockdowns extending into April and beyond, meaning the worst months for economic data are ahead of us." The yield on a highly -traded contract of China's 10-year government bond fell below U.S. 10-year Treasury yield for the first time since 2010 on earlier this month, and Chinese 10 year yields were last around 2.85%. Benchmark 10-year Treasury yields were within a whisker of 3% on Wednesday - though were little changed on the day. Yield differentials are also a factor for Japan, where the central bank on Wednesday offered to buy an unlimited amount of 10-year Japanese government bonds (JGB) at 0.25%, in its third move since February to defend its yield target. This yield curve control has sent the yen to 20-year lows against the dollar, but the dollar retreated 0.2% on the yen on Wednesday amid some nerves that intervention - verbal or otherwise - from Japanese authorities could drive a bounce. Oil prices rebounded from sharp losses in the previous session as concerns about tighter supplies from Russia and Libya dominated. Brent crude futures rose 1.2% to $108.55 a barrel. Spot gold fell 0.4% to its lowest in a week dragged down by higher yields.
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Crypto Biz: An eye-opening chat with Mr. Wonderful, April 7–13, 2022 https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-biz-an-eye-opening-chat-with-mr-wonderful-april-7-13-2022
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The markets are closed tomorrow so it could be a quiet day today. We'll let you know whether we are doing the Market Open session today later on. Keep an eye on this space.
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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Shares slid and bond yields climbed on Monday as caution gripped markets ahead of central bank meetings and U.S. inflation data, while the euro managed only a brief gain on relief the far right did not win the first round of French presidential elections. French leader Emmanuel Macron and far right challenger Marine Le Pen qualified on Sunday for what promises to be a tightly fought presidential election runoff on April 24. A Le Pen victory could send shockwaves through France and Europe in ways similar to Britain's vote in 2016 to leave the European Union (EU). The first round result was close enough to leave the euro barely changed at $1.0883, after an initial pop to $1.0950. The mood in equity markets was cautious, with MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan falling 1.3%. Japan's Nikkei dropped 0.7%, having shed 2.6% last week, while Chinese blue chips lost 2.4%. S&P 500 stock futures eased 0.6% and Nasdaq futures 0.7%. EUROSTOXX 50 futures lost 0.8%, and FTSE futures 0.4%. Earnings season kicks off this week with JP Morgan, Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC), Citi, Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) all due to report. Up to now, Wall Street has fared surprisingly well in the face of a vicious selloff in bonds which saw 10-year Treasury yields surge 31 basis points last week. [US/] Yields were last up at a three-year high of 2.77%, and topped Chinese bond yields for the first time since 2010. Markets have raced to price in the risk of ever-larger rate hikes from the Federal Reserve with futures implying rises of 50 basis points at both the May and June meetings. BofA's U.S. economist Ethan Harris now expects half-point hikes at each of the next three meetings and a cycle peak around 3.25-3.50%. "If inflation looks like it is heading below 3%, then our current call should be hawkish enough," Harris said in a note. "Conversely, if inflation gets stuck above 3% then the Fed will need to hike until growth drops close to zero, risking a recession." INFLATION TESTS ECB All of which underlines the importance of the March U.S. consumer price report on Tuesday where the median forecast is for a stratospheric rise of 1.2%, taking annual inflation to an eye-watering 8.5%. China's inflation figures surprised on the high side on Monday and, while relatively modest at 1.5% year-on-year in March, still dented hopes for aggressive policy easing from Beijing. Inflation will also be front and centre for the European Central Bank meeting on Thursday where the risk is for a hawkish slant to the statement. "Inflation has jumped well above where the ECB thought it would be just one month ago," noted analysts at TD Securities "We expect a dramatic shift from the ECB, with the announcement of an early end to QE in May and setting the groundwork, but not quite committing to, a June hike." Continuing the tightening theme, central banks in Canada and New Zealand could well raise rates by 50 basis points at their policy meetings this week. [CA/INT] [NZ/INT] The outsized rise in Treasury yields has seen the dollar index top 100 for the first time since May 2020, and it was last trading at 99.858. The main casualty has been the yen as the Bank of Japan remains dedicated to keeping its policy super-loose and bond yields near zero. The dollar was up at 124.92 yen, having gained 1.5% last week to just below its recent peak of 125.10. In commodity markets, thermal coal was the stand out winner last week with a rise of almost 13% after the EU banned imports of Russian coal. Gold managed a weekly gain of 1.1% but has been undermined by the huge rise in bond yields and was last flat at $1,942 an ounce. [GOL/] Oil prices remained under pressure after world consumers announced plans to release crude from strategic stocks and as Chinese lockdowns continued. [O/R] Early Monday, Brent was down $2.05 at $100.73, while U.S. crude lost $2.10 to $96.16.
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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
Will keep an eye
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Ethereum traders eye the 61.8% Fib level if ETH fails to hold the $3.2K support https://cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-traders-eye-the-61-8-fib-level-if-eth-fails-to-hold-the-3-2k-support
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Market Wrap: Cryptos Pull Back, Traders Eye Opportunities in Ether versus Bitcoin https://www.coindesk.com/markets/2022/04/04/market-wrap-cryptos-pull-back-traders-eye-opportunities-in-ether-versus-bitcoin/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines
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**@CNBC:** 'Queer Eye' star Tan France uses a simple trick to decide if something is worth splurging on (via @CNBCMakeIt) https://t.co/PSHsgqk2Tr https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1509191933041811461
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There is jobless data out today one hour before the market opens so keep your eye on that. At 8am the Russian Central Bank announces their reserves, not something the markets would normally get excited about but we're in a different world now!
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but if 4.90's cracks, keep an eye on it, as long as it doesn't recover 4.90's again
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By Lawrence Delevingne, Saikat Chatterjee and Tommy Wilkes BOSTON/LONDON (Reuters) - Wall Street took a breath on Wednesday, pushing stocks and Treasury yields down after both powered higher this week as investors took in the strength of the economy and hawkish comments from U.S. policymakers. Two-year U.S. Treasury yields are up sharply so far in March and set for their biggest monthly jump since 2004. But investors have been relatively sanguine about the implications of higher yields on stock market valuations, with many choosing to buy back in after a bruising few months for equity prices. That narrative took a pause on Wednesday as U.S. stocks fell in early trading. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 254.33 points, or 0.73%, to 34,553.13, the S&P 500 lost 30.42 points, or 0.67%, to 4,481.19 and the Nasdaq Composite dropped 131.88 points, or 0.93%, to 13,976.94. European stocks fell about 1%, with a pan-European equity benchmark hitting a new 1-month high in early London trading before they fell back as traders took profits. MSCI's broadest gauge of world stocks held gains at around 3,038, keeping near levels last seen in February just before Russia invaded Ukraine. Some previously bullish investors are worried about the impact of rising interest rates on the outlook for stocks. "Although there is widespread criticism, it's too early to take the view that the Fed won’t be able to negotiate the fine line of reducing inflation without derailing growth," said Mark Haefele, Chief Investment Officer, UBS Global Wealth Management. "Given a higher degree of uncertainty, rather than make a directional play on stocks moving higher, we prefer selected overweight and underweight positions, yielding an overall neutral allocation to equities." BOND SELLOFF The most eye-catching moves recently have been in the bond market, although there was some reversal on Wednesday. Two-year U.S. yields dipped to 2.1399%, from 2.154%. Benchmark 10-year notes last rose 5/32 in price to yield 2.3589%, down from 2.377%. The sharp rise in short-dated yields has flattened the gap between two and 10-year U.S. yields to its lowest levels since the coronavirus pandemic hit global markets in March 2020. An inverted yield curve is widely seen as a predictor of future U.S. recessions. The selloff in short-dated yields prompted fed fund futures to price in an aggressive 190 bps through the remainder of the year after a 25 bps rate hike last week. Futures were nearly pricing in the probability of a 50 bps hike in May. The selloff in U.S. markets has reverberated elsewhere with German and British bond yields climbing this week. Currency market activity continued to be relatively subdued, confirming the lack of any clear directional trends. Against the U.S. dollar, the yen was down by 1330 GMT but held below 121 yen after Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said it was premature to debate the exit from ultra-loose monetary policy. The euro dropped 0.5% to $1.09715 while sterling was about half a percent weaker against a broadly stronger dollar. Oil prices rose in volatile trading on Wednesday, supported by disruption of Russian and Kazakh crude exports. U.S. crude rose 4.14% to $113.79 per barrel and Brent was at $120.37, up 4.23% on the day. Gold prices also gained on Wednesday as investors looked to shield against soaring inflation and uncertainty caused by events in Ukraine, with elevated U.S. bonds yields capping gains in non-interest bearing metal. Spot gold added 0.5% to $1,931.36 an ounce.
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Ether bulls eye resistance at $3K as the network prepares to undergo 'The Merge' https://cointelegraph.com/news/ether-bulls-eye-resistance-at-3k-as-the-network-prepares-to-undergo-the-merge
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there is more included then meets the eye
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We have a state of the art entry system , both at eye and in numbers , FX-UST-RRS . We do not track profits , we track fluctuational levels and their optimal point of release to bring efficiency back into the system , understanding , congratulations . ~ Atlas J. Medina
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**@nytimesbusiness:** “There is that initial backlash, where these clients are too toxic. But when these lucrative contracts are out there, it gets to be too much for some people, and they can turn a blind eye to any atrocity.” https://t.co/HhHZ50mmJL https://twitter.com/nytimesbusiness/status/1501793180844531717
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**@TheCryptoDog:** I've been reading first hand reports on the war in Ukraine from both UKR and Russian primary sources.Sifting through propaganda on both sides has eye opening - it really makes you cynical and untrusting seeing how far it deviates from black and white.Psyops across the board. https://twitter.com/TheCryptoDog/status/1501690452537393152
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thank you drossy no rush .. something spooked it, dropped fast when Nq was making new highs so I was curious if you saw anything > @dros said: I'm not at my desk to check but I don't remember anything catching my eye really
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I'm not at my desk to check but I don't remember anything catching my eye really > @AJAJ said: drossy did you see any FB puts come through?
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wow profound! > @dros said: beauty is in the eye of the beholder
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beauty is in the eye of the beholder > @Gary19 said: yes sir,ugly seems to be the norm
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Griffin Gaming Partners Raises $750M Fund with Eye on Web 3 https://www.coindesk.com/business/2022/03/07/griffin-gaming-partners-raises-750m-fund-with-eye-on-web-3/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=rss&utm_campaign=headlines
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your action always catches my eye > @HeyShoe said: my goal is lay enough wood someday that Dros sees it as UOA on his side
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@PivotBoss #P I V O T B O S S
**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [March 02, 2022]: Crude Oil Approaching $113 Edge** MARCH 02, 2022 — WEDNESDAY AM MONTHLY OUTLOOK RECORDING: In the March edition of our PivotBoss Monthly Outlook, we discuss the key range rejections that developed in the ES and NQ, and how ongoing headline risk continues to put pressure on equities and the broader market. We also discuss major market structure for Crude Oil, which could push price to 113, and perhaps as high as 145-150. We discuss the bullish potential of Gold in the months ahead, and also Silver and it's recent bounces off support. Industry groups are also our focus, as we discuss the Solar, Defense, Ag Chem, and EV Automakers groups. We also talk crypto, and discuss BTC, ETH, AVAX, SOL, MANA, and more! Watch here: MASTERS: PivotBoss Masters LIVE SESSIONS are this week! If you're a member of PivotBoss Masters, this week of Live Sessions is FREE to you. Log in to the PivotBoss Masters Dashboard to view the schedule here: https://pivotbossmasters.com/masters-training/#live The ES and NQ may see early strength be defended by bears looking for new intraday lows beyond yLO later today. Overall, keep an eye on the key range lows, as a failure to hold these levels could open up much more downside ahead. Crude Oil continues to rally to the Moon, as it is now within striking distance of 113. Above 113 opens up market structure as high as 147. BTC and ETH are pulling back after recent strength, but remain within clear trading ranges until proven otherwise.
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he has lots of eye candy candidates that camera 🎥 keeps focusing on
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Bitcoin analysts eye crucial levels to hold after BTC price almost hits $45K, Ethereum $3K https://cointelegraph.com/news/bitcoin-analysts-eye-crucial-levels-to-hold-after-btc-price-almost-hits-45k-ethereum-3k
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don't want to undermine what's happening in Ukraine but all of a sudden it's like Ukrainian struggle against Russia is unprecedented, wow West truly is racist the whole freaking World is ignoring what rag tag Afghans & freedom fighters did against the Mighty USSR, what about Kosovo Bosnia. Oh yeah now I know none of them were blue eye, blonde white race.
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GUERRA IN UCRAINA (news della serata) L'Unione Europea ha deciso di vietare tutte le transazioni con la Banca Centrale Russa. I ministri dell'Unione europea concordano di fornire un aiuto militare combinato all'Ucraina. SocGen e Credit Suisse hanno interrotto gli accordi di finanziamento del commercio di materie prime russe. Sindaco di Kiev: La città è ora completamente circondata e tutte le uscite bloccate dalle truppe russe. Non c'è modo di evacuare i civili - Corrispondente di FT. I colloqui russo-ucraini non sono ancora iniziati - il giornalista di Middle East Eye cita Sputnick Belerus. Su richiesta della parte ucraina, il luogo dell'incontro è stato cambiato. Maxar: Il convoglio russo è lungo più di 5 chilometri e contiene carburante e serbatoi. Società satellitare Maxar: fotografie recenti mostrano un enorme dispiegamento di forze di terra russe in movimento in direzione di Kiev, a circa 64 chilometri di distanza. BP ha informato Rosneft della sua intenzione di lasciare la capitale in anticipo. I servizi FedEx in entrata e in uscita dalla Russia sono stati temporaneamente sospesi fino a nuovo avviso, secondo il sito web della società. Ambasciata degli Stati Uniti in Russia: i cittadini in Russia partano immediatamente. Min. Esteri dell'UE Borrell: i ministri degli esteri dell'UE hanno dato il loro sostegno politico a nuove sanzioni contro la Russia. Approvati dall'Unione Europea 450 milioni di euro in aiuti militari all'Ucraina e ulteriori 50 milioni di euro in aiuti non letali. Abbiamo concordato misure devastanti contro i mercati finanziari russi, inclusa l'esclusione di diverse banche russe da SWIFT. Circa la metà delle riserve finanziarie delle banche centrali russe sarà congelata a seguito delle misure. Il divieto di SWIFT significa che la Fed potrebbe dover essere pronta con i dollari, secondo uno stratega di Credit Suisse. Il primo ministro britannico Johnson: la mossa di Putin di mettere in allerta le sue forze di deterrenza nucleare è stata una distrazione dalla realtà di ciò che sta accadendo in Ucraina - PA. L'inviato degli Stati Uniti alle Nazioni Unite ha esortato la Russia a smorzare i toni della pericolosa retorica nucleare. L'UE sta valutando sanzioni contro alcuni degli uomini d'affari più ricchi della Russia. Il Regno Unito sta valutando la possibilità di vietare alle navi russe di entrare nei porti britannici, secondo il Guardian. Il ministero degli Esteri francese: Tutti i cittadini francesi lascino immediatamente la Russia. Le delegazioni russa e ucraina si incontreranno lunedì perchè i rappresentanti ucraini arriveranno attraverso la Polonia - RIA citato dal giornalista di RTE su Twitter. La situazione in Ucraina e l'impatto della crisi sui mercati energetici sono stati discussi dal principe ereditario saudita e dal presidente francese Macron, secondo i media statali. Il principe ereditario saudita ha sottolineato che il presidente francese Macron auspica la stabilità e l'equilibrio dei mercati petroliferi e il suo impegno dell'Arabia Saudita in seno all'OPEC+ - State Media. New York: le agenzie statali dovrebbero disinvestire i fondi pubblici a sostegno della Russia. Aeroflot, una compagnia aerea russa, ha annunciato che tutti i voli per le destinazioni europee sono stati cancellati. Cina, India ed Emirati Arabi Uniti si sono astenuti dal votare sulla convocazione di una insolita sessione di emergenza dell'Assemblea generale sull'Ucraina per lunedì. Dalle 04:00 GMT del 28 febbraio, l'RCB ha ordinato ai partecipanti al mercato di rifiutare le offerte dei clienti stranieri di negoziare titoli russi secondo un documento visto dall'RCB. L'esercito ucraino afferma che domenica è stata una giornata difficile per le truppe di difesa del paese, citando pesanti bombardamenti russi.
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$LUNA is very young in the space . Whatever they are doing , they are doing something right . For a company that is about 2 Years of age to touch $100 , is something impressive . The risky part is that it felt from $100 to $40 in a month . They just experienced a hike back to $75 . You can put them near $60 for a few more months , that is a lot of new volatility . If they can keep the volatility going down , they would be peaking higher no matter the monthly ranges . So , keep an eye on the weekly range , not the price line . Needs at least 4 more months to understand if its something of holding . @Salem
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Which top memecoins can make eye-watering gains in 2022? | Watch The Market Report live https://cointelegraph.com/news/which-top-memecoins-can-make-eye-watering-gains-in-2022-watch-the-market-report-live
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National Vision Holdings, Inc. is one of the largest optical retail companies in the United States with over 1,200 stores in 44 states plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. With a mission of helping people by making quality eye care and eyewear more affordable and accessible, the company operates five retail brands: America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses, Eyeglass World, Vision Centers inside select Walmart stores, and Vista Opticals inside select Fred Meyer stores and on select military bases, and several e-commerce websites, offering a variety of products and services for customers' eye care needs.
CEO: Leonard Fahs
HQ: 2435 Commerce Ave Bldg 2200 Duluth, 30096-4980 Georgia