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By Florence Tan (Reuters) -Oil prices extended gains on Wednesday amid simmering geopolitical tensions as Russia cut gas supplies to Bulgaria and Poland, while hopes of Chinese economic stimulus buoyed the demand outlook. Brent crude futures rose 67 cents, or 0.6%, to $105.66 a barrel by 0636 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures gained 44 cents, or 0.4%, to $102.14 a barrel. Crude prices settled about 3% higher on Tuesday in volatile trade as the market is torn between supply and demand concerns over Russian oil and gas disruption and a worsening global economic outlook. "The market is increasingly volatile and event driven," said Howie Lee, an economist at Singapore's OCBC bank. "Energy security across the world is getting more vulnerable and vulnerable security normally comes with a higher price tag." Russian energy giant Gazprom (MCX:GAZP) said on Wednesday it has completely halted gas supplies to Bulgaria and Poland due to absence of payments from the countries in roubles for the fuel delivery, in a major escalation of Russia's broader row with the West over its invasion of Ukraine, which Moscow calls a "military operation". The row sent NYMEX ultra-low-sulfur diesel futures up more than 9% on Tuesday to settle at $4.47 a gallon, a record close. "Oil is supported via the escalation of geopolitical tensions," Stephen Innes of SPI Asset Management said in a note. "Cutting gas flows is not new news, but it's the timing of Russia plugging the gas flows when stagflationary fears are running rampant again." The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned on Tuesday that Asia faces a "stagflationary" outlook with the Ukraine war, a spike in commodity costs and a slowdown in China creating significant uncertainty. China's central bank said on Tuesday it will step up prudent monetary policy support to its economy as Beijing races to stamp out a nascent COVID-19 outbreak in the capital and avert the same debilitating city-wide lockdown that has shrouded Shanghai for a month. Any stimulus would boost oil demand. Despite extended lockdowns in Asia's biggest aviation market, China's domestic flight demand has rebounded, pushing global airline capacity to its highest level in 2022 this week, travel data firm OAG said on Tuesday. In supply, U.S. government data on crude inventories is due later on Wednesday. Industry data on Tuesday showed U.S. crude and distillate stocks rose last week while gasoline inventories fell. [API/S] [EIA/S]
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**Biden: il conflitto ucraino ha un'influenza significativa sull'area indo-pacifica.** Biden e il premier Lee di Singapore chiedono alla Corea del Nord di impegnarsi in negoziati seri e a lungo termine.
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By Lawrence Delevingne and Marc Jones BOSTON/LONDON (Reuters) -U.S. stocks rose following choppy trading abroad on Thursday as the Russia-Ukraine war kept oil above $110 a barrel and investors watched a meeting of NATO leaders on Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Technology companies lifted U.S. stock indexes higher at the open on Thursday after a sharp fall in the previous session, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite up 56.85 points, or 0.41%, to 13,979.45. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 143.9 points, or 0.42%, to 34,502.4, the S&P 500 gained 22.5 points, or 0.50%, to 4,478.74. The pan-European STOXX Europe 600 index barely budged and government bond yields edged up toward multi-year highs hit earlier in the week as March PMI data came in reassuringly robust. MSCI's main world stocks index, which no longer includes Russian companies, was flat on the day, but has regained 8% over the last week. It is still more than 7% below its January levels, and investors' mood remains fragile. Focus was otherwise on a special NATO summit taking place in Brussels, which U.S. President Joe Biden will attend, to discuss further responses to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, now entering its second month. Rabobank's head of macro strategy, Elwin de Groot, said markets would be closely watching what emerges, especially how unified NATO members remain and what Biden can offer European countries to help wean themselves off Russian gas. "The NATO meeting is certainly important," de Groot said. "At the minimum you would expect the members to come up with preparations for a possible further escalation in the Ukraine war." As world leaders mulled additional economic pressures on Russia, BlackRock Inc (NYSE:BLK) chairman Larry Fink said in a shareholder letter on Thursday that near-global economic and political isolation of Russia by many governments and businesses "has put an end to the globalization we have experienced over the last three decades." The dollar strengthened, with the Japanese yen sinking to its lowest since 2015, as the conflict and expectations of central bank tightening kept investors cautious. Versus a basket of currencies, the dollar was up around 0.25%, trading within recent ranges. "The sharp hawkish repricing of Fed rate hike expectations has mainly benefited the U.S. dollar against low yielding currencies whose own domestic central banks are expected to lag well behind the Fed in tightening policy," MUFG currency analyst Lee Hardman wrote in a note to clients. HAWKISH Driving some of the volatility, some top Federal Reserve policymakers on Wednesday signalled they stood ready to take more aggressive action to bring down decades-high inflation, including a possible half-percentage-point rate hike at the next policy meeting in May.[.N] Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank President Neel Kashkari said on Thursday he has penciled in seven quarter-point interest rate hikes this year to help rein in high inflation, but warned against going too far. Dutch European Central Bank Executive Board Member Frank Elderson said he wouldn't rule out the ECB also raising its rates this year. The anticipation of additional central bank interest rate increases helped reignite selling in the bond markets that have been unsettled all year by rising global inflation and signs that central banks will need to ratchet up interest rates. The yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury notes was up 4.5 basis points to 2.366% and German bunds crept over 0.52%, while oil and gas markets also remained jumpy amid all the geopolitical uncertainty. Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that Moscow would seek payment in roubles for gas sold to "unfriendly" countries, jolting energy markets, although Italy's President Mario Draghi said it planned to keep paying in euros. After rising more than 5% Wednesday, U.S. crude fell 0.83% to $113.98 per barrel and Brent was at $120.78, down 0.67% on the day. Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) market analysts estimated that it would take a sustained oil price increase to $200 per barrel to produce an income shock similar in magnitude to those that precipitated U.S. recessions in the 1970s. "While we cannot rule out such an outcome, $200 is considerably above our commodity team’s upside-risk estimate of $165," they wrote in a note late Wednesday. Spot gold added 0.4% to $1,951.41 an ounce.
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Commissioner Allison Lee announces her departure from the SEC https://cointelegraph.com/news/commissioner-allison-lee-announces-her-departure-from-the-sec
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somehow that seems like a very Tom Lee situation tbh
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lmfao > @Pal said: Looks like Tom Lee is in some weird hotel room and that outfit looks like he lost his luggage
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Looks like Tom Lee is in some weird hotel room and that outfit looks like he lost his luggage
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true > @Pal said: I'd rather hear from Tom Lee than that smug Dan Niles
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I'd rather hear from Tom Lee than that smug Dan Niles
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By Emily Chow and Florence Tan BEIJING (Reuters) -Oil prices surged, with Brent breaching $100 a barrel for the first time since 2014 on Thursday as Russia attacked Ukraine, exacerbating concerns that a war in Europe could disrupt global energy supplies. After Russian President Vladimir Putin authorised what he called a special military operation, Ukraine's Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said in a tweet that Russia had launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine and was targeting cities with weapons strikes. Brent crude hit a high of $102.48 a barrel, the loftiest since September 2014, and was at $102.06 a barrel at 0547 GMT, up $5.22, or 5.4%. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures jumped $4.85, or 5.3%, to $96.95 a barrel, after rising to as much as $97.40, the highest since August 2014. Oil prices have surged more than $20 a barrel since the start of 2022 on fears that the United States and Europe would impose sanctions on Russia's energy sector, disrupting supplies. Russia is the world's second-largest oil producer, mainly selling its crude to European refineries, and is the largest supplier of natural gas to Europe, providing about 35% of the latter's supply. "Russia's announcement of a special military operation into Ukraine has pushed Brent to the $100/bbl mark," said Warren Patterson, head of ING's commodity research. "This growing uncertainty during a time when the oil market is already tight does leave it vulnerable, and so prices are likely to remain volatile and elevated," he added. Western nations and Japan on Tuesday punished Russia with new sanctions for ordering troops into separatist regions of eastern Ukraine, and threatened to go further if Moscow launched an all-out invasion of its neighbour. So far, there are no sanctions on energy trade. "It's not just geopolitical risk that is the problem but the further straining of supply," OCBC economist Howie Lee said. "Russian oil supply will disappear overnight if faced with sanctions ... and OPEC can't produce fast enough to cover this gaping hole." Some members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) said there is no need for the group and its allies to increase output further as a potential deal between Iran and world powers will increase supplies. Some OPEC members are already struggling to meet current targets.[OPEC/O] Japan and Australia said on Thursday they were prepared to tap their oil reserves, together with other International Energy Agency (IEA) member countries, if global supplies were hit by hostilities in Ukraine. Analysts are also warning of inflationary pressure on the global economy from $100 oil, especially for Asia, which imports most of its energy needs. "Soaring oil prices come at an especially difficult time," HSBC economist Frederic Neumann said. "Asia's Achilles heel remains its vast import needs for energy, with surging oil prices bound to take a hefty bite out of income and growth over the coming year." The U.S. and Iran have been engaged in indirect nuclear talks in Vienna, in which a deal could lead to the removal of sanctions on Iranian oil sales and increase global supply. Iran on Wednesday however urged Western powers to be "realistic" in talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal, and said its top negotiator was returning to Tehran for consultations, suggesting a breakthrough in its discussions is not imminent. Additionally, U.S. crude stockpiles rose 6 million barrels last week while distillate stocks fell, according to market sources who were citing American Petroleum Institute figures late on Tuesday. Ahead of government data on Thursday, analysts forecast a 400,000-barrel build in crude and a drawdown in fuel stockpiles. [EIA/S] Gasoline inventories rose by 427,000 barrels and distillates stockpiles fell by 985,000 barrels, the API data showed according to the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity.
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CRISI UCRAINA Il rappresentante ONU degli Stati Uniti Lee afferma che l'Ucraina ha bisogno di almeno 1 miliardo di dollari in assistenza umanitaria e si stanno anche discutendo garanzie sui prestiti per aiutare l'economia del paese.
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TOM LEE : “ITS TOUGH TO BE A HERO”
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Tom Lee to be on CNBC to say how Russia/Ukraine might change Fed “rate hike calculus”
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Award-winning Singapore comedian, actor, television host and film director Mark Lee, has mentioned Affyn! As we move into Q2/Q3, prepare to #BagYourFYN as our NFT buddies and Lands are PURCHASABLE ONLY with FYN! #Affyn #Affynians #PlayToEarn #MetaverseGaming
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8 febbraio del 1985 - Va in onda negli Stati Uniti l’ultima puntata della fortunata serie televisiva “Hazzard”, dopo sette stagioni di successi. Telefilm cult degli anni 80, il primo episodio venne trasmesso per la prima volta sugli schermi della CBS nel 1979. La serie, ambientata nell’immaginaria contea di Hazzard in Georgia, narra le vicende della famiglia Duke, composta dai cugini Bo, Luke, Daisy e dall’anziano zio Jesse, la quale si trova sempre contrapposta all’unico amministratore della contea Jefferson Davis Hogg, detto Boss, affiancato dal fedele sceriffo Rosco. Bo e Luke, che si trovano in libertà vigilata per aver contrabbandato illegalmente il whiskey distillato clandestinamente da zio Jesse, si ritrovano a fare lavoretti per vecchi amici di famiglia, senza poter mai abbandonare la contea, e a smascherare sempre gli affari poco puliti di Boss Hogg. Caratteristici della serie furono soprattutto gli inseguimenti automobilistici con evoluzioni acrobatiche e il Generale Lee, una Dodge Charger del 1969 di colore arancio chiaro, con due enormi 01 sulle fiancate, la bandiera degli Stati Confederati d’America dipinta sul tetto e il clacson che intonava le prime note della canzone "Dixie". Con le porte saldate alla carrozzeria, l'auto costringeva sempre i due cugini ad entrare ed uscire passando dai finestrini. Della fortunata serie sono stati anche prodotti due film per la tv e due per il cinema.
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Tom Lee said last night he expects a "vicious rally"
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By Nivedita Balu and Jane Lanhee Lee (Reuters) -Microsoft Corp on Tuesday forecast revenue for the current quarter broadly ahead of Wall Street targets, driven in part by its Intelligent Cloud unit. The outlook soothed concerns about growth sparked by results for the December quarter, which initially dragged on Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT)'s shares in after-hours trade. But the shares reversed course following the outlook, trading 3% above the closing price. Investors were seeking assurances that the enterprise cloud business is still growing strongly and got it from Microsoft. "So the quarter itself was, ho hum. Good, but not as great as we've seen past quarters," said Brent Thill, an analyst at Jefferies. "But then the guidance for the third quarter really turned the tape around and saved the Nasdaq, if you will." Thill said Microsoft's guidance that Azure revenue would be up sequentially was strong assurance that cloud demand was solid. Microsoft forecast Intelligent Cloud revenue of $18.75 billion-$19 billion for its fiscal third quarter, driven by "strong growth" in its Azure platform. That compared with a Wall Street consensus of $18.15 billion, according to Refinitiv data. Thill said the strong momentum for cloud computing benefiting Microsoft will likely also be reflected in upcoming results for rivals Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Inc's Google. Microsoft delivered strong outlooks in other areas, too. The More Computing unit expects revenue of $14.15 billion-$14.45 billion for the third quarter, ahead of the Wall Street target of $13.88 billion, and Productivity and Business Processes of $15.6 billion-$15.85 billion compared with the consensus target of $15.72 billion. Full-year operating margins are forecast to be up slightly from the previous year. Microsoft's total second-quarter revenue beat expectations but Azure revenue growth of 46% was only in line with analyst expectations as compiled by Visible Alpha. The Azure growth showed a steady drop from fiscal 2020 when growth was in the 60% range. Microsoft has become one of the most valuable companies in the world https://www.reuters.com/technology/apple-set-hand-crown-worlds-most-valuable-company-microsoft-2021-10-29 by betting heavily on corporate software and services, especially its cloud services and the movement to the web of its Outlook email and calendar software, known as Office 365, which benefited from the switch to working and learning from home during the pandemic. Demand for cloud services from Microsoft and rivals Amazon.com and Alphabet also benefited from the pandemic-fueled shift online. Revenue from Microsoft's biggest segment, which offers cloud services and includes Azure, its flagship cloud offering, rose 26%, while the business that houses its Office 365 services increased 19% in the quarter. Net income rose to $18.77 billion, or $2.48 per share, from $15.46 billion, or $2.03 per share, a year earlier. The company said revenue rose to $51.73 billion in the three months ended Dec. 31, from $43.08 billion a year earlier. Analysts on average had expected revenue of $50.88 billion, according to Refinitiv data. Investors are also focused on Microsoft's proposed $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard Inc (NASDAQ:ATVI) https://www.reuters.com/technology/microsoft-buy-activision-blizzard-deal-687-billion-2022-01-18, announced on Jan. 18, a huge expansion for its gaming division. It also broadens the company's efforts in the so-called metaverse, or the merging of online and offline worlds, which will have corporate and consumer applications. Microsoft said the Activision Blizzard deal would help boost Xbox content and services revenue. Growth has fallen sharply from a high in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2020 when Xbox content and services grew 65%. In the past quarter, revenue rose 10%, while in the year-ago quarter it rose 40%. "They have a ton of great content and franchises. And that's where that revenue would eventually come in when the deal lands, for sure," said Brett Iversen, general manager, investor relations at Microsoft, referring to the Activision deal.
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The State of DAOs With Syndicate’s Ian Lee https://www.coindesk.com/podcasts/the-breakdown-with-nlw/the-state-of-daos-with-syndicates-ian-lee/
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@lennie #Market Masters Academy
that's probably Lee that was sending you that
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MIC CHRIS LEE. LONG SPECIALST. Long Watchlist 1. ISIG watch for FGD like to see what happens needs to hold 16/17 line this has huge range so size down. 2. NTRB still holding 8.16 low if this hold watch for volume and secondary move 3. IMMX still holing 6 line making lower high and range is tightening watch for 6 area hold and attempt to run 4. SOPA sitting on the 20 day SMA watching for the 9.60 area hold and a FGD with volume maybe after a few days of consolidation Longs have been tough lately and momentum has been weak so you have to pick good entries and nail and bail
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Brock Pierce and Tom Lee tip $200K BTC in 2022, despite missing the mark in 2021 https://cointelegraph.com/news/brock-pierce-and-tom-lee-tip-200k-btc-in-2022-despite-missing-the-mark-in-2021
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By Edmond Ng and James Pomfret HONG KONG (Reuters) -Hong Kong pro-democracy media outlet Stand News shut down on Wednesday after police raided its office, froze its assets and arrested senior staff on suspected "seditious publication" offences in the latest crackdown on the city's media. The police action prompted censure from the Committee to Protect Journalists and the U.N. Human Rights Office in Geneva which said it was alarmed at the "extremely rapid closing of the civic space and outlets for Hong Kong’s civil society to speak and express themselves freely". Stand News, set up in 2014 as a non-profit organisation, was the most prominent remaining pro-democracy publication in Hong Kong after a national security investigation this year led to the closure of jailed tycoon Jimmy Lai's Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) Daily tabloid. The raid raises more concerns about press freedom in the former British colony, which returned to Chinese rule in 1997 with the promise that a wide range of individual rights would be protected. "Stand News is now stopping operations," the publication said on Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), adding all employees had been dismissed. Steve Li, head of the police national security department, told reporters Stand News had published news and commentary inciting hatred against authorities. He said some of the articles said protesters went missing during the city's 2019 pro-democracy unrest or were sexually harassed, which he called "factually baseless" and "malicious". Li also said some articles falsely claimed the Communist Party extended its powers through the city's independent courts or called for foreign sanctions. Li did not specify the exact articles. Reuters has not independently reviewed any Stand News articles. Li said police seized assets worth HK$61 million ($7.82 million) as well as computers, phones and journalistic materials, and that he did not rule out further arrests. "We are not targeting reporters. We are targeting national security offences," Li said. Police said 200 officers searched the Stand News office and three men and four women, aged 34-73, were arrested on suspicion of "conspiracy to publish seditious publications". Police did not identify them but media said four former members of the Stand News board were arrested - former democratic legislator Margaret Ng, pop singer Denise Ho, Chow Tat-chi and Christine Fang - as well as former chief editor Chung Pui-kuen and acting chief editor Patrick Lam. Chung's wife, Chan Pui-man, formerly with Apple Daily, was re-arrested in prison, media said. Reuters could not reach those arrested or their legal representatives. Ronson Chan, Stand News deputy assignment editor and the head of the Hong Kong Journalists Association (HKJA), was not among those arrested but said police confiscated his computer, mobile, tablet, press pass and bank records during a search of his home. "Stand News has always reported news professionally," Chan told reporters. Hong Kong Chief Secretary John Lee told reporters he supported the police action. "Anybody who attempts to make use of media work as a tool to pursue their political purpose or other interests countering the law, particularly offences that endanger national security, they are the evil element that damages press freedom," Lee said. 'OPEN ASSAULT' Earlier on Wednesday, scores of police were seen loading about three dozen boxes of documents and other seized material onto a truck. The U.N. rights office said it was "alarmed by the continued crackdown on civic space" in Hong Kong. "Hong Kong ... is bound by the International Covenant on Civil and Political rights and has a legal obligation to respect the rights to freedom of information, expression and association, as well as to guarantee due process," it said in a statement to Reuters in Geneva. "We are witnessing an extremely rapid closing of the civic space and outlets for Hong Kong’s civil society to speak and express themselves freely, and we call on the authorities to ensure that further proceedings in these cases fully respect these rights laid out in the Covenant." Steven Butler, Asia programme coordinator for the Committee to Protect Journalists, said the arrests were an "open assault on Hong Kong’s already tattered press freedom". Sedition is not among the offences listed under a sweeping national security law imposed by Beijing in June 2020 that punishes terrorism, collusion with foreign forces, subversion and secession with possible life imprisonment. But recent court judgements have enabled authorities https://www.reuters.com/world/china/court-rulings-free-hong-kong-police-probe-older-offences-under-security-law-2021-10-19 to use powers conferred by the new legislation to deploy rarely used colonial era laws covering sedition. Authorities say the security law has restored order after often-violent pro-democracy, anti-China unrest in 2019. Critics say the legislation has set the financial hub on an authoritarian path by quashing dissent. 'SPEECH CRIMES' In June, hundreds of police raided the Apple Daily, arresting executives for alleged "collusion with a foreign country". The newspaper shut down shortly after. On Tuesday, prosecutors filed an additional "seditious publications" charge against Lai and six other former Apple Daily staff. The Stand News charter stated independence and a commitment to safeguarding "democracy, human rights, rule of law and justice". After the Apple Daily raid, Stand News said it would stop accepting donations from readers and had taken down commentaries from its platform to protect supporters, authors and editorial staff, adding that "speech crimes" had come to Hong Kong. This year, the government has also embarked on a major overhaul https://www.reuters.com/article/us-hongkong-security-media-idUSKBN2AJ09J of public broadcaster RTHK while authorities have said they are considering "fake news" legislation. The HKJA said it was "deeply concerned that the police have repeatedly arrested senior members of the media" and searched newsrooms. ($1 = 7.7960 Hong Kong dollars)
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@BBIV28 #Market Masters Academy
has anyone heard from Lee lately? I've been trying to get ahold of him since last Monday. he finally messaged me back late last night and now nothing again
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i mean i dont disagree with Tom Lee but one thing about him is he is always Bullish but not always right
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Tell Tom Lee I said that already
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TOM LEE: S&P 500 HITS 5000 IN EARLY JANUARY -CNBC
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@javiondo88 #Market Masters Academy
@RickyAndrade hey buddy i send you dm please respond me i sent lee too because I see charge for 201$ in my account nobody ask me about approval or see If I continue with this service as soon you can let me know I send few days ago nobody respond me
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@melissamaybe #Market Masters Academy
Wow! Now wonder why Lee wasn't responding to me when I was trying to make sure my subscription was cancelled. 🤦♀️🤦♀️
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@melissamaybe #Market Masters Academy
Hello @Dionna1913 I've been calling 800.601.1719 since yesterday and its just busy. no ringing or nothing. I've reached out to Lee several times and no reply. I said I would give this a try for a month and I did but its not what I expected so I wanted to make sure my subscription is cancelled before I'm charged 97.00 again. and to the people in the chat you guys were fun!
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**@APompliano:** LMAO Lee Cooperman went OFF this morning on CNBC.Absolute must watch 🤣 https://t.co/CrHmyYUONQ https://twitter.com/APompliano/status/1471473354213363726
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**@WSJmarkets:** Lee Enterprises rejected a proposal from hedge fund Alden Global to buy the media company for $24 a share https://t.co/P9IOlwAc1E https://twitter.com/WSJmarkets/status/1469029429817004048
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@EmilioU #Market Masters Academy
@Dionna1913 I have been trying to contact Lee since last Wednesday
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but what else is Tom Lee going to say
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tom lee theme tune
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"you wanna buy this dip" - Tom Lee
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Tom Lee on CNBC now
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`Investors` **@CNBC:** New for subscribers: Fundstrat’s Tom Lee, among the first to call the market’s 2020 rebound, says he would be an aggressive buyer here. Check out @CNBCPro today. https://t.co/rp1f2gtbHi https://twitter.com/CNBC/status/1465308825704181761
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I signed up for signals and auto trader. lee did get it where I can see the signals but I need manual setup on auto trader. I have been waiting as I know it's holiday weekend. at some point I do want to join the fun.
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i am halfway there Lee sent me a text and i can see signals but sill not answer on manual enable of autotrader. Honestly i had high hopes here from all the reviews, maybe because of holidays but support has not been stellar
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i have sent DM to lee and ricky
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@Gchico32 #Market Masters Academy
your not the only one buddy. I be been trying to get a response from him and Lee for three days now.
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@Gchico32 #Market Masters Academy
I'm pretty sure I have everything set up. I talked to Lee Armstrong and he told me I was set but I'm still not receiving trades or having trades placed automatically.
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switching up speeds like bruce lee on a fuji while shooting a movie
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22 novembre 1963. Veniva ucciso a Dallas il presidente degli Stati Uniti John Fitzgerald Kennedy. In questo giorno il presidente degli Stati Uniti John F. Kennedy venne ucciso da Lee Harvey Oswald, mentre si trovava a bordo di una vettura scoperta con la moglie Jaqueline, durante una visita a Dallas. Kennedy aveva 46 anni e sul suo omicidio, nonostante il lavoro di diverse commissioni presidenziali, sussistono ancora molte ombre. Ed è forse anche per questo che molti storici considerano il 22 novembre del 1963 il "giorno in cui l'America perse la sua innocenza". E' certamente il giorno in cui, sia l'America sia il mondo intero, ha perso un grande uomo.
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@kentrades #LCMS Traders Club
hi Ken Lee here
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@oloyinbodebola #Market Masters Academy
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Tom Lee is like a jelly donut
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Lee Enterprises is a leading provider of local news and information, and a major platform for advertising, with daily newspapers, rapidly growing digital products and, following its recent acquisition of BH Media Group, nearly 350 weekly and specialty publications serving 77 markets in 26 states. Lee's newspapers have average daily circulation of more than 1.2 million, and reach more than 44 million digital unique visitors. Lee's markets include St. Louis, MO; Buffalo, NY; Omaha, NE; Richmond, VA; Lincoln, NE; Madison, WI; Davenport, IA; and Tucson, AZ.