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Quel cap a 180€/Mw su generatori non-gas (eolico, solare, bionasse, nuclare, lignite) dovrebbe attrarre il TTF verso il basso in area sub-200? O invece legittima un markup geo-politico ma anche di maggiore disponibilità (pagando) del gas? alle 1430 quotava 217 .a +9%.
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una trigger geo politico hace que el mercado baje a 345 y si los MM no estan short
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Hi everyone just wondering has anyone been looking at USD/JPY I think its very interesting from a fundemental POV as fundamentals are playing a big part in the current market conditions we've seen over the last few months. I wrote a small piece myself of USD/JPY and thought Id share it with the group to see if anyone else has been watching it, I would just like to add this is very much a medium/long term trade one I would be looking to hold for at least 2 months and still alot of uncertainty as rate hikes have already been priced in but due to uncertainty surrounding geo political and supply chain events has the potential to develop over the coming months.
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Dati macro (a cominciare dai prezzi), quadro geo-politico (guerra e rapporti USA-Cina) e politiche monetarie restrittive sono un mix micidiale per i mercati.
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Otro +1.5% aprox tienen ES (SP500) para llegar al Monthly POC, que si ningun evento geo politico / earnings catalize un movimiento fuera de lo comun, deberia de estar llegando tranquilamente en los siguientes días
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hay un Naked POC mucho mas bajo en 4,220 Aprox, si en estas earnings algun peso pesado no da la talla + Inflación + FED FOMC este jueves pudiendo dar algun hint de subida de 0.50% en mayo, tenemos varios triggers geo politicos / Macro Economicos que seran los catalizadores que haran el mercado ya sea moverse al Naked POC de 4,220 o hacer accumulacion y regresar al monthly POC que esta en 4,510 aprox
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Piccola appendice: qualche settimana fa ho costruito l'impianto geo-politico ed economico per ipotizzare un trading range, quindi un mercato che segue cicli di up and down senza riprendere quelle mega fasi rialziste a cui siamo abituati soprattutto in America. Fino ad ora, tale struttura sembra essere confermata.
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Esto nos dice que no hay vendedores fuertes presentes solo take profits, lo cual le da a los big boys luz verde de otro leg up sobre todo si hay alguna notica o trigger geo politico que cause que los algoritmos NLP rompan el rango para arriba
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En paralelo a nivel Geo politico / economico, tambien lo veo respaldado como el "ultimo push" de cheap debt de este ciclo economico, 0.25% de rate hike de Marzo fue un chiste
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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Stockmarkets took a breather on Friday after several days of sizeable gains, as geo-political tensions arising from the Ukraine conflict kept investors on guard going into the weekend. After a fourth straight day of talks between Russian and Ukrainian negotiators without tangible progress, earlier hopes for a peace deal have begun to wane and oil prices have begun climbing again. Adding to the mix, U.S. President Joe Biden is expected to deliver a warning that Beijing will pay a price if it supports Russia's war effort when he speaks to China's President Xi Jinping in a call scheduled for 1300 GMT. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was flat and Hong Kong's Hang Seng steadied following a furious two-day surge. Japan's Nikkei rose 0.6%. S&P 500 futures eased 0.4% while Euro STOXX 50 futures and FTSE futures were flat. [.HK][.T] Oil, which had crumbled some 30% from last week's peak, has bounced hard as traders fret that hope for peace in Ukraine is misplaced. Brent crude futures were last up 2% and at $108.64, have added more than $10 a barrel in two sessions. "It's very difficult to get any confidence that you're going to be able to reliably source commodities out of Russia or Ukraine," said Tobin Gorey, a commodities strategist at Commonwealth Bank of Australia (OTC:CMWAY) in Sydney. "You're going to be looking elsewhere and that just tends to get priced up." Wheat and corn futures, which are sensitive to Black Sea supply disruptions, have bounced sharply. [GRA/] Australia's miner-heavy ASX 200 index logged its best week since February last year and the commodities-sensitive Australian dollar hit a two-week high of $0.7398. [.AX][AUD/] INVERSION Problems faced by policymakers whose economies are suffering surging inflation and sagging growth were also underscored during a series of central bank meetings this week. The U.S. Federal Reserve raised rates for the first time in more than three years on Wednesday, and surprised traders with a more hawkish than expected outlook. The Bank of England also hiked but surprised with a dovish outlook that drove a rally in gilts. The Bank of Japan offered no surprises on Friday, leaving policy ultra easy, which has kept heavy pressure on the yen. Japan's currency hit a six-year low of 119.13 this week and last traded at 118.78 per dollar. "The next multi-session target may well be the 120.00 psychological level," said Terence Wu, a strategist at OCBC Bank in Singapore. [FRX/] The euro hovered at $1.1086. Hong Kong's Hang Seng followed its worst session in more than six years with its biggest two-day rally since 1998 this week and rate cut hopes kept it bid on Friday. [.SS] Treasuries steadied, but a flat yield curve that is flirting with inversion reflected worries about longer-term growth. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield was last at 2.1780%. Spot gold hovered at $1,932 and bitcoin was clinging on above $40,000.
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La probabilidad de que suban las tasas es del 99%, lo que da entender es que el mercado ya lo ha descontado. Hay demasiado hedge en niveles inferiores del 415 en el SPY (ETF), lo cual a mi parecer ya no hay un factor sorpresa a menos que el reporte del CPI sea tan malo que obligue a la FED a subir 50 Pb como mínimo. El conflicto geo politico y la subida del petroleo pone presión a Powell en ser precavido con la política monetaria en esta reunión.
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El trigger geo politico que hablamos ayer que si sucedia, el terreno estaba para un buen long
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Combinandolo con el volume profile, el precio con este impulso re ingreso al Value Area, aqui es donde el primer impuslo pierde potencia y regresara a la flecha azul que es el POC y limite del value Area, aqui si aparecen de nuevo compradores agresivos (un CD positivo y con pendiente fuerte) nos dira que el mercado despegara hoy al circulo donde tomara profit y si hay polvora llegara hasta la parte superior del Value area, practicamente recuperando todo el drop de ayer/hoy Colocando el mercado en un excelente spot para que un trigger geo politico impulse con fuerza para arriba con ayuda de NLP algoritmos / Retailers trader mientras los big boys ya estan long y comodos
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Tema: "Como conectar las noticias para comprar con los jugadores grandes" Fecha: Lunes 7 de marzo Hora: 7:00 pm (central time) Temas a ver: Geo política con economía para ver que evento puede causar que y luego un poco de volume profile y order flow para interpretarlo en las gráficas y que no solo sea teoría
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la liquidez del lado Bid es debil por el momento algun trigger geo politico podria causar NLPs tank el mercado fuerte, pero sin eso pareciera que los shorts agresivos no estan aqui
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Trigger Geo politico y sucedio lo que tenia que suceder, los shorts estaban presentes e invertidos, oficialmente nuevo low
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Si no hay un trigger geo politico y hay exhaustion de los shorts, va haber un short squeeze gracias a un risk off de los shorts (que no significa que es el bottom y nos vamos para arriba, mas bien podria llevarnos a una consolidacion)
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este es en panorama, un trigger geo politico hace que el mercado se acelere porque los shorts ya esta invertidos, si hay el trigger los NLP algos van a empujarlo para abajo
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NFT firm Dropp GG set to launch ‘geo-minting’ and ‘mixed reality events’ https://cointelegraph.com/news/nft-firm-dropp-gg-set-to-launch-geo-minting-and-mixed-reality-events
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By Andrew Galbraith SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Asian share markets broke a five-day slide, pushing higher on Thursday as China underscored its diverging monetary and economic picture by cutting benchmark mortgage rates. The rise was set to continue in Europe, where strong earnings helped to support gains a day earlier. In early deals, pan-region Euro Stoxx 50 futures were up 0.32%, German DAX futures were 0.2% higher and FTSE futures rose 0.46%. Despite the bounce, analysts at ING said geo-political risks, notably the possibility of Russia invading Ukraine, could continue to weigh on global shares, adding to existing pressure from the rising rates outlook. "Markets may soon start to take into account a greater risk of a conflict flare-up between Russia and Ukraine, which is one reason why stocks may continue to sell and why Treasury yields aren't on a one-way ticket higher." U.S. President Joe Biden predicted on Wednesday that Russia will make a move on Ukraine, saying a full-scale invasion would be "a disaster for Russia" but suggesting there could be a lower cost for a "minor incursion." Expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will move more quickly to hike interest rates to combat inflation hit technology shares particularly hard overnight, pushing the Nasdaq down more than 1% into correction territory. The sell-off hit bonds as well, pushing U.S. Treasury yields to two-year highs on Wednesday, and taking Germany's 10-year yield into positive territory for the first time since May 2019 as investors bet policymakers will curb years of stimulus in order to fight rising inflation exacerbated by supply chain disruption. "There comes a point when you've offloaded, you might want to stop offloading. If bonds start to rally a little bit, and you saw yields ease off yesterday in the U.S., it kind of feels like ... we might actually not get a follow-through," said Matt Simpson, senior market analyst at City Index in Sydney. In stark contrast with the global move toward tighter policy and higher rates, China on Thursday cut its mortgage reference rate for the first time in nearly two years. The move followed a surprise cut to the central bank's rate for one-year medium-term loans on Monday. Chinese monetary authorities have signalled that they will take more easing steps this year to shore up slowing growth in the world's second-largest economy. Data released on Monday showed weakness in consumption and the property sector darkening the outlook despite a strong headline growth figure. China's blue-chip CSI300 index rose more than 1% on Thursday and Hong Kong's Hang Seng was up nearly 3% in afternoon trading. Shares of Chinese property developers boosted gains in the broad index amid hopes that government measures would help ease a funding squeeze in the embattled sector, even as another developer warned of default. The rise in Chinese shares lifted MSCI's broadest index of Asian shares outside Japan 1% higher. Seoul's Kospi rose 0.68% and Australian shares gained 0.14%. In Tokyo, the Nikkei added 1.11%. The gains in Asia came after investors on Wall Street looked past robust earnings at the outlook for inflation and rate rises. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 0.96% and the S&P 500 lost 0.97%. The Nasdaq Composite dropped 1.15%, putting it more than 10% below its Nov. 19 record closing high to confirm a correction. In the Asian session, U.S. yields edged up, but remained below their highs in the previous session. The benchmark 10-year yield rose to 1.8540% from a U.S. close of 1.827%, and the policy-sensitive two-year yield touched 1.0555% compared with a U.S. close of 1.025%. The pause in Treasury yields' march higher kept the greenback in check, with the dollar index which measures the greenback against six major peers at edging down to 95.553 as commodity currencies benefited from high oil prices. The Aussie dollar was 0.26% higher. The U.S. dollar edged up 0.17% against the Japanese yen to 114.50 and the euro rose 0.07% to $1.1349. In commodity markets, oil prices remained elevated after touching their highest levels since 2014 on Wednesday on strong demand and short-term supply disruptions. Global benchmark Brent crude was last down 0.1% at $88.36 per barrel and U.S. crude rose 0.36% to $87.27 per barrel. [O/R] Gold paused after marking its best session in three months a day earlier. Spot gold gave up 0.08% to $1,838.40 an ounce.
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IU Watchlist: Main Watches: $PETZ $7-10-12-15 we don't know or $5? Crazy action AHs - looking to see how it reacts how it performs pre and will offer some thoughts from there. $OCGN higher better and steady fails IMO remember Nov 9th is next "catalyst" ie: conference call but that's that - what a huge opportunity today hope you all did well. Still have puts on the name. $MARA perma watch as Bitcoin and everything goes nuts should have a daily trade in there. Failed Follow Through: $SKLZ nothing I am bearish on - higher better and back side. Monitoring. Would love a speed up first. $CHGG higher better and back side potential 945-10AM+ $Z complete unwind I need to do better at these 6 month low unwind plays on e/r - morning shove 945-10AM + then looking to fade. Continuation: $PTPI really nice idea today - hope you guys nailed too - solid idea from early good reminders to lock in at the top both times and good scoop ideas on the flushes - great discussion in lounge. Remember when things close SUPER STRONG my conviction of follow through goes down. We want to see weakness and trappy action vs. seeing the trade play out shortly before close. $DM dips vs $8.50 feels like a nice set up - keep in mind only as good as market stays up - can easily reverse. $IVAN same plan as today started in see if it bases $11-11.20 and would add just starter for now. $DNA same plan as I've said many times past few weeks. $AMPG started in swing today $PBYI another day buyer in tape so far so good from big picture idea $HOOD took big picture idea today $CETX looking to get involved on dips - looks like buyer in tape on daily. $GEO so far good from big picture idea yesterday added some today.
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UK Market UK closed mixed again yesterday, as concerns over rising inflation overshadowed gains in mining and energy sector stocks. Ferrexpo climbed 5.4%, after the company revealed its initial decarbonisation targets. Hargreaves Lansdown advanced 4.3%, after a top broker upgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Equal Weight’ from ‘Underweight’. XP Power added 3.4%, after the company reported a rise in its order intake in the third quarter. AstraZeneca rose 1.3%, after the pharmaceutical company announced that its antibody cocktail to combat Covid-19 reduced the severe risk of the virus or death in a phase 3 trial. On the other hand, Britvic fell 4.9%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Sector Perform’ from ‘Outperform’. ASOS plunged 13.4%, after the company issued a profit warning and as its Chief Executive Officer Nick Beighton stepped down from his position. The FTSE 100 gained 0.7%, to close at 7,146.9, while the FTSE 250 fell 0.2%, to end at 22,487.5. . Europe Market Finishing mostly higher yesterday, supported by gains in mining sector stocks. CGG surged 17.6%, after the global geo-science technology provider announced in its trading update stated that it expects to report stronger than expected revenue in the third quarter. ABN AMRO Bank rose 1.90%, after the lender revealed plans to replace its existing four business lines with three new units organised around client segments. LEG Immobilise edged up 1.3%, after the company announced that it has signed a letter of intent for the acquisition of about 15,500 residential units of Adler Group. The FTSEurofirst 300 index gained 0.1%, to close at 1,773.5. Among other European markets, the German DAX Xetra 30 fell 0.1%, to close at 15,199.1, while the French CAC-40 advanced 0.2%, to settle at 6,570.5. . US Market Closed lower yesterday, amid concerns over rising inflation and ahead of third quarter earnings reports. Southwest Airlines dropped 4.2%, after the air carrier has cancelled more than 2000 flights over the weekend due to staff shortage, air traffic control issues and unfavourable weather. ConocoPhillips fell 1.3%, after a top broker downgraded its rating on the stock to ‘Neutral’ from ‘Buy’. On the other hand, Aspen Technology climbed 12.3%, after the company announced that it has signed a deal Emerson Electric to merge with two of its software businesses. Cleveland-Cliffs advanced 4.0%, after the steel producer announced that it would acquire Ferrous Processing and Trading in a deal worth $775.0 million. The S&P 500 slipped 0.7%, to settle at 4,361.2. The DJIA fell 0.7%, to settle at 34,496.1, while the NASDAQ dropped 0.6%, to close at 14,486.2. . Asia Market Markets we’re trading lower this morning, amid concerns over rising inflation. In Japan, Z Holdings and Fast Retailing have dropped 2.6% and 3.1%, respectively. Meanwhile, JFE Holdings and Pacific Metals have advanced 2.6% and 4.9%, respectively. In Hong Kong, WH Group and CNOOC have fallen 2.3% and 2.7%, respectively. Meanwhile, Longfor Group Holdings and Sands China have risen 0.7% and 2.1%, respectively. In South Korea, Ascendio and NeXT Science have declined 6.2% and 7.8%, respectively. Meanwhile, UANGEL and Jico have climbed 10.1% and 29.7%, respectively. The Nikkei 225 index is trading 0.9% lower at 28,232.3. The Hang Seng index is trading 1.0% down at 25,074.2, while the Kospi index is trading 1.4% lower at 2,914.4.
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They killed the fuck out of the premium in GEO
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how much worse could they get > @Jonove said: If things get really bad in El Salvador because they adopted bitcoin, I would be on the lookout for places to store criminals.... wait for it. GEO
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If things get really bad in El Salvador because they adopted bitcoin, I would be on the lookout for places to store criminals.... wait for it. GEO
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also meme stocks taking a hit. I'm grabbing some more shares of GEO below 9. I think it has moon potential
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Good morning. GEO is running. I didn't know that it was meme stock.
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damn, i had GEO forever ago
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thanks for GEO Carv lol left a runner there
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The GEO Group (NYSE: GEO) is a fully integrated equity real estate investment trust specializing in the design, financing, development, and operation of secure facilities, processing centers, and community reentry centers in the United States, Australia, South Africa, and the United Kingdom. GEO is a leading provider of enhanced in-custody rehabilitation, post-release support, electronic monitoring, and community-based programs. GEO's worldwide operations include the ownership and/or management of 123 facilities totaling approximately 93,000 beds, including projects under development, with a workforce of approximately 23,000 professionals.