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VOLUME

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DAY RANGE

114.49 - 115.4

52 WEEK

112.45 - 125.77

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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares slipped on Monday and Wall Street futures eked out slight gains amid worries the U.S. Federal Reserve would this week underline its commitment to fighting inflation with whatever rate pain was required. The euro showed little reaction after French President Emmanuel Macron lost control of the National Assembly in legislative elections on Sunday, a major setback that could throw the country into political deadlock. Trade was choppy with the U.S. on holiday and Nasdaq futures see sawed through the session to be last up 0.3%, while S&P 500 futures firmed 0.2%. EUROSTOXX 50 futures fell 0.3% and FTSE futures 0.2%. The S&P 500 fell by almost 6% last week to trade 24% below its January high. Analysts at BofA noted this was the 20th bear market in the past 140 years and the average peak to trough bear decline was 37.3%. Investors will be hoping it does not match the average duration of 289 days, given it would not end until October 2022. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan lost 0.4% and Tokyo's Nikkei 1.2%. Chinese blue chips gained 0.5%, perhaps aided by news President Joe Biden was considering removing some tariffs on China. Looming over markets are concerns major central banks will have to tighten so aggressively to contain runaway inflation that they will tip the world into recession. "Market volatility has remained elevated with the VIX index seeing the highest weekly close since late April, a theme that goes beyond equities with a spike in FX and rates volatility alongside wider credit spreads," said Rodrigo Catril, a strategist at NAB. "At this stage it is hard to see a turn in fortunes until we see evidence of a material ease in inflationary pressures." Relief seems unlikely this week with UK inflation figures expected to show another alarmingly high reading that could push the Bank of England into hiking at a faster pace. FED GOES UNCONDITIONAL A whole chorus line of central bankers are also on the speaking calendar this week, led by a likely hawkish testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's to the House on Wednesday and Thursday. The Fed last week vowed its commitment to containing inflation was "unconditional", while Fed Governor Christopher Waller on Saturday said he would support another hike of 75 basis points in July. "With rapidly slowing growth momentum and a Fed committed to restoring price stability, we believe a mild recession starting in Q4 is now more likely than not," warned analysts at Nomura. "Financial conditions are likely to tighten further, consumers are experiencing a significant negative sentiment shock, energy and food supply disruptions have worsened and the outlook for foreign growth has deteriorated." The hawkish outlook is keeping the dollar at 104.420 and near last week's two-decade high of 105.790. The euro was a fraction firmer after the French election at $1.0524, but still uncomfortably close to last week's trough at $1.0357. The yen remained under broad pressure as the Bank of Japan stuck doggedly to its super-easy policies even as all its developed world peers took steps to tighten. The dollar was steady at 134.98 yen, having reached its highest since 1998 last week. Bitcoin slipped 3% to $19,897, having bounced sharply over the weekend amid talk of a single large buyer. The strength in the dollar has kept gold in a tight sideways pattern for the past month or so and it was last stuck at $1,841 an ounce. [GOL/] Oil prices edged down again after a sharp retreat late last week amid concerns high energy prices were adding to risks of a global recession which would ultimately curb demand. [O/R] Brent fell 10 cents to $113.02, while U.S. crude lost 27 cents to $109.29 per barrel.

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@mat #FOREX
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my tip today up tp 1877

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - European markets trimmed gains after the European Central Bank unveiled fresh measures on Wednesday to temper a market rout that has fanned fears of a new debt crisis before what is expected to be one of the sharpest U.S. rate hikes since 1994. Hopes of a quiet run in to what is forecast to be a three-quarter-point hike by the Federal Reserve later on Wednesday were quickly dashed as the ECB's unexpected meeting - less than week after its last scheduled one - prompted a rush of activity. The ECB said it would be flexible in reinvesting cash maturing from its recently-ended 1.7 trillion euro ($1.8 trillion) pandemic support scheme and would consider a fresh instrument to be devised by staff, disappointing some investors who were looking for bolder steps. The euro which was up as much as 0.3% before the statement, trimmed gains and was marginally weaker on the day at $1.0407 Italy's 10-year bond yield, which stands to benefit the most from the ECB's plans, was last down 25 basis points on the day at 3.97%, above its session low of around 3.87%. Spanish and Portuguese 10-year yields also came off their day's lows but were still sharply down on the day.. "I think essentially it is the bare minimum of what could be expected, but I also believe it's the most realistic outcome of what they could compromise (on) today," said Piet Christiansen, chief analyst at Danske Bank in Copenhagen. ) " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> INFLATION FEARS The worries about rising borrowing costs and global inflation have been hammering financial markets all year. World stocks are down over 20%, bond markets have been routed and fears that drastic Fed action could tip the world into recession means the U.S. central bank's moves later will be crucial for traders. Treasury yields had hit decade highs overnight and the dollar a 20-year peak as futures implied it was near-certain the Fed would hike by 75 basis points to a range of 1.50-1.75%. That would be the biggest increase since 1994, and markets already have rates reaching an eye-watering 3.75-4.0% by the end of the year. "Against a backdrop of sky-high inflation, rising rates, and growing recession concerns, the S&P 500 has had its worst start to the year since 1962," analysts at Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) said. "A likely coming peak in inflation is probably not sufficient to see the bottom..." They recommended that investors reduce portfolio duration and increase exposure to real assets. With so much priced in, a few brave investors, also buoyed by the ECB, were looking for bargains and S&P 500 futures were up 0.7%, while Nasdaq futures rose 0.75% and Dow futures added 0.4%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was closing almost flat, but is down sharply on the week. Japan's Nikkei lost 1.1%, though sentiment was helped by a survey showing an improvement in confidence among Japanese manufacturers. Chinese shares bucked the trend with a gain of 1.3%. Data on Chinese retail sales and industrial output for May were a little better than forecast, but still showed the drag from coronavirus lockdowns. Authorities in Beijing said on Tuesday the city was in a "race against time" to get to grips with its most serious outbreak since the pandemic began. ) " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> WHATEVER IT TAKES 2.0? The ECB's move allowed bond markets everywhere to rally after their recent hammering, with German Bund yields swooping down to 1.67% and 10-year Treasury yields dropping to 3.37% from Tuesday's peak of 3.498%. Two-year yields stood at 3.30%, after touching the highest since 2007 at 3.456% overnight. Given many U.S. borrowing rates are linked to yields, financial conditions have already tightened markedly there even before the Fed hikes. ECB chief Christine Lagarde is due to speak in London at 1600 GMT. It is almost a decade since her predecessor Mario Draghi did the same at the height of the euro zone debt crisis. "I think Lagarde will try to do 'whatever it takes' 2.0 tonight" Lorenzo Codogno founder of LC Macro Advisers, said describing the current situation as a perfect storm. "But the markets won't be happy if she comes empty-handed." U.S. Treasury yields are the benchmark for bonds worldwide, so financial conditions are tightening pretty much everywhere. That is a major headwind for consumer spending power, while pressuring emerging market countries that borrow in dollars. It has also tended to boost the U.S. dollar, which had hit a 20-year high against a basket of currencies before the ECB's news, led by big gains on the low-yielding Japanese yen. The dollar flop in Europe left it trading at 134.5 yen, having reached heights last visited in 1998 at 135.60. Those gains had come as the Bank of Japan ramped up its bond buying to keep yields near zero, even as much of the rest of the world tightens policy. Still, the sheer pressure on the yen and bonds has stoked speculation the BOJ could be forced to amend its yield control policy at a meeting on Friday. Surging yields, inflation and a sky-high dollar have been a burden for gold, which was near its lowest in a month at $1,826 an ounce. [GOL/] Oil prices stumbled after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) stuck to its forecast that world oil demand will exceed pre-pandemic levels in 2022. [O/R] Brent was almost a dollar softer at $120.60, while U.S. crude dipped $1.23 cents to $117.70 per barrel.

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By Sujata Rao LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. Treasury yields held near multi-year highs on Tuesday, while stock markets reeled from the previous session's rout on signs that central banks' action to curb inflation would tip the world economy into recession. Wall Street looks set for a slightly firmer open, though Nasdaq and S&P 500 futures gave up the bulk of gains made earlier in the day. Monday's sell-off confirmed a so-called bear market for the S&P 500 index, which is down more than 20% from its most recent closing high. Expectations are growing that central banks, especially the U.S. Federal Reserve, may have to up the pace of policy-tightening to stamp on inflation, potentially sparking economic recession. Markets now see the Fed's rate hike cycle peaking around 4%, rather than the 3% seen last month. ) " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> Those expectations lifted U.S. 10-year borrowing costs, the benchmark interest rate for the global economy, as high as 3.44% on Monday, a 2011 peak. While yields slipped on Tuesday to around 3.3% they remain some 180 basis points (bps) above end-2021 levels. With the Fed due to start a two-day meeting later on Tuesday, markets waited to see if it could raise rates by a bigger-than-expected 75 bps, a possibility flagged by several investment banks, including Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS). That move, which would be the biggest increase since 1994, is also almost fully priced for Wednesday. That repricing has pummelled assets that benefited from rock-bottom interest rates - stocks, crypto, junk-rated bonds and emerging markets. "Quite simply, when we see monetary tightening the order of what we are seeing globally, something is going to break," said Timothy Graf, head of EMEA macro strategy at State Street (NYSE:STT). "Stock markets are reflecting the reality of the first-order effect of tighter financial conditions," Graf said, predicting that with U.S. stock valuations still above COVID-time lows, there was more pain to come. "I think there are other shoes to drop," he added. MSCI's index of global shares slipped 0.3%, extending Monday's 3.7% fall, while a pan-European equity index slumped 1% to March 2020 lows. Asian shares too fell 1%, catching up with Monday's bleak Wall Street session, when the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq indexes lost 4% and 4.7% respectively. There was little let-up for crypto markets, where bitcoin and ether plumbed new 18-month lows, reacting to interest rate expectations and crypto lender Celsius Network's decision to freeze withdrawals. Bitcoin which fell as low as $20,816, is down more than 50% this year. World markets latest lurch lower was triggered on Friday by U.S. data showing annual inflation to May shot up by 8.6%. The ensuing bond sell-off lifted two-year U.S. yields more than 50 basis points over two sessions, pushing them above 10-year borrowing costs on Monday in the so-called curve inversion that is considered a harbinger of recession. Two-year yields eased to 3.3% on Tuesday, versus its 3.43% peak, its highest since 2007. The yield curve remains flat reflecting concern for the world economy, especially as commodity prices offer little respite. Brent crude futures rose above $123 a barrel, supported by the tight oil supply picture. State Street's Graf does not see recession as inevitable but acknowledged that "monetary tightening and the squeeze on real incomes from commodity prices mean the probability has gone up". Markets are also having to contend with the dollar's surge to new 20-year peaks against a basket of currencies. It eased 0.10% on Tuesday, offering respite to other currencies, but the yen continues to languish at 24-year lows against the greenback. With the Bank of Japan expanding bond purchases on Tuesday and unlikely to budge from ultra-low rates policy at its Friday meeting, yen respite looks unlikely. "Given Wednesday may see the Fed go 75 bps and flag more, while the BOJ on Friday will only flag more bond-buying, the yen is not going to stay at these levels for long. It's going to get much, much worse," Rabobank strategist Michael Every said. (Graphic: https://fingfx.thomsonreuters.com/gfx/

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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we have to orgnaize tip payment well , clients have to sign a tip release form when they join

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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lmao which tip

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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how much will i get pay for this tip ?

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Andrew Galbraith SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Asian share markets slipped on Thursday on persistent concerns over growth in China and worries about the Federal Reserve's intent to tighten policy quickly, confirmed in minutes of the early May rate-setting meeting released overnight. While Wall Street closed higher after the minutes, which showed a majority of Fed policymakers backed half-percentage-point rate hikes in June and July along with a unanimous view the economy was strong, the mood was subdued in Asia. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.6%, taking losses for the month to 5%. Australian shares were down 0.47%, while Japan's Nikkei stock index slid 0.17%. In early European trading, the pan-region Euro Stoxx 50 futures were down 0.14%, as were German DAX futures. "It's very difficult for investors to navigate this market at the moment with high inflation, slower growth, rising interest rates and concerns about the Chinese (COVID-19) predicament, but also stagflation is looming as a potential issue at the same time," said Ryan Felsman, a senior economist at fund manager CommSec. The falls in Asia contrasted with a more upbeat mood on Wall Street, where the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.6%, the S&P 500 gained 0.95% and the Nasdaq Composite added 1.51%. [.N] All participants at the Fed's May 3-4 meeting supported a half-percentage-point rate increase - the first of that size in more than 20 years - and "most participants" judged that further hikes of that magnitude would "likely be appropriate" at the Fed's policy meetings in June and July, according to minutes from the meeting While some investors worry that overly aggressive interest rate hikes by the Fed could tip the economy into recession, Wednesday's minutes seemed to suggest the Fed would pause its tightening streak to assess the impact on growth. The immediate attention is on Thursday's Commerce Department release of its second take on first-quarter GDP, which analysts expect to show a slightly shallower contraction than the 1.4% quarterly annualised drop originally reported. "The Fed will be crossing their fingers for Q1 GDP to be upwardly revised today, because another print of -1.4% or worse could exacerbate concerns of stagflation," Matt Simpson, senior market analyst at broker City Index, wrote. Elsewhere in Asia, South Korea's central bank raised interest rates for a second consecutive meeting as it grapples with consumer inflation at 13-year highs. Chinese blue-chips fell initially, but recovered as the day progressed after a drop in daily COVID-19 cases in the country, where lockdowns aimed at curbing the spread of the virus threaten to undermine recent economic support measures. Mainland markets also seemed to seek relief in commments from Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday that China will strive to achieve reasonable economic growth in the second quarter and stem rising unemployment. After rising on Wednesday following the Fed minutes, the dollar was little changed in Asia trade. It was barely changed against the yen at 127.30, while the euro was almost flat at $1.0675. The dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of major peers was just 0.13% higher at 102.20. Moves in U.S. Treasury yields were also muted. The 10-year yield edged up to 2.781% and the policy-sensitive two-year yield was flat at 2.502%. Crude oil was steady after a cautious rally this week, with Brent crude flat at $114.03 per barrel and U.S. crude up 0.13% at $110.47. Spot gold was down 0.2% at $1,849.19 per ounce. [GOL/]

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Ethereum devs tip The Merge will occur in August โ€˜if everything goes to planโ€™ https://cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-devs-tip-the-merge-will-occur-in-august-if-everything-goes-to-plan

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@Marcosx #ivtrades
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interestingly on another note $tip is useless

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@Chano #StockTraders.NET
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maybe you are setting your stops too tight, I used to do that a lot. now I give at least 25% of the daily range (just as tip if it works for you) > @soheil.n said: too late...i already got shit on multiple times

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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โ€˜Zone of heavy opportunityโ€™: Analysts tip Bitcoin will stage a comeback https://cointelegraph.com/news/zone-of-heavy-opportunity-analysts-tip-bitcoin-will-stage-a-comeback

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@gcaps #Zona Trading
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este tip es para intra day traders o swing de 1 day

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@lucullus #droscrew
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the 3 mnth is more relevant i think and its still really low.... but folks fixated on 2/10s.... that might tip market up?

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@dros #droscrew
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Options with increasing IV: $AMC $TLRY $CGC $GME $TBT $TIP $TELL Options with decreasing IV: $SST $AM $MTTR $BRCC $NVS $PAGS

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@dros #droscrew
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https://nypost.com/2022/03/24/short-sellers-ponzi-scheme-tip-spurs-las-vegas-fbi-raid-gunfire/

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@bunnytoad69 #droscrew
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with each subsequent crisis, does it even really tip the needle anymore

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Crypto Biz: Goldman Sachs tip-toes into ETH, Mar. 4-10 https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-biz-goldman-sachs-tip-toes-into-eth-mar-4-10

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@Inteligex-Peter #Inteligex
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It's inflation numbers day today so all eyes will be on that. The forecast is for 7.9% which is precariously close to the psychological 8% number. If we tip over that we could see a strong reaction. The announcement is at 8.30am ET.

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@gman2 #ivtrades
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never heard of it thanks for the tip

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@dros #droscrew
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Increasing unusual call volume: $FRSH $BDSI $SB $TAK $GSM $TCOM Increasing unusual put volume: $TIP $WEBR $TGTX $ITUB $MNMD $MCHI $ZI $EWG

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Geoffrey Smith Investing.com -- U.S. stock markets opened mostly higher on Friday as the market recovered from the latest inflation shock. By 9:45 AM ET (1445 GMT), the Dow Jones Industrial Average was up 172 points, or 0.5% at 35,414 points. The S&P 500 was also up 0.5% and the Nasdaq Composite was up 0.4%. The publication of the highest annual rate of inflation in 40 years on Thursday was followed by a raft of forecast revisions from Wall Street banks to reflect an even faster tightening of monetary policy than previously foreseen. Short-term interest rate futures now attach an 80% likelihood of a 50 basis point hike in the Fed Funds target rate when the Federal Reserve's policy-making committee meets in March, while Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) analysts now predict seven quarter-point increases this year from the Fed. The market has been quick to internalize the new situation, suggesting that many participants feel either that an aggressive tightening is already priced in or, as seems increasingly likely, tighter monetary policy may tip the economy into recession, removing the need for rate hikes. However, there are still plenty of willing sellers into any strength. Gains were trimmed within the first half-hour of trading, with selling in long-duration tech names again prominent, pushing the Nasdaq slightly into negative territory. Bears were supported by fresh signs that the boom in consumer spending since the start of the pandemic is coming to an end. The Michigan Consumer Sentiment index for February fell to 61.7 from 67.2 a month earlier, defying hopes for a modest increase to 67.2. The survey showed a pronounced drop in assessments of current conditions, but five-year inflation expectations remained unchanged at 3.1%. With the week's biggest earnings releases over, there were few big moves from any stocks large enough to affect broader sentiment. Affirm Holdings (NASDAQ:AFRM), the Buy-Now-Pay-Later fintech whose partnership with Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) raised such high hopes for the stock at the end of last year, fell 11% after it published a wider net loss caused largely by stock-based compensation. That leaves it testing a nine-month below, well below where it was before the Amazon announcement. Zillow (NASDAQ:Z) stock, by contrast, bounced from its recent lows after its quarterly report late on Thursday showed that the property market is still hot enough to wind down its ill-judged home-flipping business without too much financial pain. Zillow stock rose 10.8% but is still only worth a little more than a quarter of its peak a year ago. There was also evidence of further exits from some of the market's most richly-valued large caps. Chipmaker stocks Advanced Micro Devices (NASDAQ:AMD) and Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) fell over 2% each, while Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock dipped below $900 again, losing 1.4% at the end of a week punctuated by recall announcements. There was better news from the travel sector, where Expedia (NASDAQ:EXPE) stock rose 1.9% after its numbers encouraged hopes that the disruptions from the pandemic are largely over.

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@dros #droscrew
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Increasing unusual call volume: $FOSL $PTEN $CS $MAT $TWOU $IFF $JOBY $GOOS $IRNT Increasing unusual put volume: $VMEO $SONO $QSR $TIP $LUMN $GOOS $IRBT $APRN

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@dros #droscrew
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2.9 Mil $TIP @ 123.89

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@dros #droscrew
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unless someone just slipped them a quick tip ๐Ÿ‘€

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@11_JV_11 #BTC-ECHO
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Der Tip von lue war glaub fรผr viele wichtig nicht gleich um 14 Uhr voll rein zu gehen, das hatte ich bei Ride falsch gemacht.

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@espresso #BTC-ECHO
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Generell Dank an @lueley fรผr den feinen Tip und an alle, die hier krรคftig helfen. Bin das erste Mal dabei. Krass spannend und macht Lust auf mehr.

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@jeff #BTC-ECHO
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Ah danke, er pendelt sich ein; was wรคre dein Tip um noch ein paar FYN zu kaufen? Warten auf Ausbruch....?

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@bechemli80 #robertrother
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Lief ganz gut bisher ich weiรŸ nicht mehr von wem ich den Tip bekommen habe :-)

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@catalan6jose #Zona Trading
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hola Ivรกn, los puntos que indicaron sรบper bien, quizรก algรบn tip para vencer ese miedo a la entrada al encontrar un buen punto, y mรกs importante saber cuando decir "aquรญ me salgo", se que es un tema muy de cada quien pero consejos que vos haces para decidirte en ambas

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@bechemli80 #robertrother
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Was gibt es zwecks Lautsprecher am PC hast du da auch ein Tip evtl.? Nicht so was groรŸes

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@JPwhoisbrown #droscrew
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just the tip...

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@Pal #droscrew
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I wish I had an insider tip...

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@Snowcow #droscrew
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just the tip

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@dros #droscrew
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insider tip?

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@Serge #T|T|T
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tip close weit unten......aber...

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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i havent had the luxury to keep up with car companies , but , yes i am sure there is a parent line , which is why TSLA was put right at tip of the business , would be interesting to know the list of fully internal car companies , if any left at this point in time

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@holle #BTC-ECHO
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ja der Tip mit den 150 war hilfreich ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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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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@marketjay #marketassasins
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Cut MRO, PXD, and FDX as all positions were clapped

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@Robert_Rother #robertrother
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I get a kick out of all the Santa Claus rally references I hear from various writers and reporters. Almost all of them mean โ€œmarkets rallying, leading up to Christmasโ€. Iโ€™ll call that the Santa Claus rally with a small โ€œrโ€. The Santa Claus Rally I want to review with you today is the one with a capital โ€œRโ€. The Santa Claus Rally was first described by the father and son team, Hirsch and Hirsch, in their long-running Stock Traderโ€™s Almanac. And itโ€™s a quite positive indicator, as weโ€™ll see. Itโ€™s good to get some additional positive items in front of us. Whatever spiritual tradition you follow, the Christmas holidays can be stressful as expectations run high to get things done, either for you or your familyโ€™s celebrations or just to get stuff done by the end of the year. Practically everyone has traditions, but as our relationships with families and friends mature over the years, so do these traditions. I mentioned in my Trading Tip last week that my family is making a trip to see my dad, who turns 88 this weekend. For his birthday, we are taking him to an escape room in the local university town. An escape room is an activity where a team of people are locked in a room and have to decipher clues and solve a series of puzzles and riddles to find the key or combination to the door. This is a new tradition of ours, born out of the necessity to find something that seven adults can enjoy together in the winter. And all three generations of us chip in to help play the live-action game. When we get home next week, we will enjoy a Christmas Eve service at church where my wife leads the praise band and Iโ€™ll tag along to drum for her crew. Weโ€™ll then head home for our favorite obscure holiday movie. And we each open one package on Christmas Eve. Our adult children have significant others with extended families, so we never know from year to year whoโ€™ll be home when over the Christmas holiday. But we know weโ€™ll enjoy time with them whenever it occurs. Every year now is a new experience. And the same might be said for the Santa Claus Rally. We may get a different experience this year. The historically positive Santa Claus Indicator starts on the shortened Christmas Eve (12/24) trading day. However, with Christmas Day and New Yearโ€™s Day falling on Saturdays this year, the Santa Claus Rally period will start on Monday (12/27) and last through Tuesday (1/4/22). And in an unusual occurrence, there will be no New Yearโ€™s holiday observed at the NYSE for 2022 (โ€ฆpursuant to NYSE Rule 7.2, NYSE American Rule 7.2E, NYSE Arca Rules 7.2-O and 7.2-E, NYSE Chicago Rule 7.2, and NYSE National Rule 7.2). Through the years, the indicator has given rise to a Wall Street aphorism: โ€œIf Santa Claus should fail to call, Bears may come to Broad & Wallโ€ Santa Claus Rally Statistics The Santa Claus indicator is pretty simple. It looks at market performance over a seven-day trading periodโ€”the last five trading days of the current trading year and the first two trading days of the New Year. What we find are some compelling stats. Since 1969, this seven-day period has returned positive results in 39 out of 52 years for a 75% win rate and an average gain of 1.4%. Looking back another 20 years shows that the seasonal move holds up with a similar percentage of wins and gains. Santa Claus Rally Fundamentals As with any seasonal tendency, I want to know the fundamentals behind the data. In this case, we have two supporting cases for this short-term seasonalโ€”strong investor psychology and a very tangible institutional money reality as well. On the psychology side, investors and traders are certainly influenced by the mood of the season. Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, it is undeniably the U.S.โ€™s most permeating holiday with a well-promoted theme of joy and good cheer. It is followed up one week later by New Yearโ€™s Eve/Dayโ€”a near-universal celebration in the western world. Spirits are high, and optimism is the dominating mood of both holidays. On the institutional side, there is a well-known phenomenon of last-minute trading to make portfolio returns look better with techniques that fall under the broad term of โ€œwindow dressingโ€. This can range from fairly benign practices like adding hot stocks to the portfolio (so that it looks like the manager was in them all along) to more controversial practices such as bidding up stocks that are already in the portfolio. Hereโ€™s some interesting research on the subject reported by Jason Zweig: โ€œA Wall Street Journal analysis of daily trading in roughly 10,000 stocks since 2004 found that on the final trading day of each quarter, there was a sharp increase in the number of stocks that beat the market by at least five percentage points, then trailed it by three points or more the next trading day.โ€ While that particular practice takes place mostly in thinly traded stocks, the general yearning for stronger results at the end of the quarter and especially at the end of the year certainly adds to the consistency of the Santa Claus Rally. There is also the simple reality that institutions and funds have new money coming into them during the first couple of days of the quarter and of the New Year. Money from automatically funded accounts (pensions) and other systematic contributions must be put to work. This well-known money flow effect causes the first two days of the month and quarter to be better performers on average than any other two-day period. So putting the fundamentals and the statistics together, the Santa Claus Rally does seem to have validity and should be taken into consideration as an input (but not the only input!) for your investing and trading decisions. Whatever your spiritual tradition, I pray that all the hope, love and joy of this season are with you and your families! And may you have a happy and prosperous New Year! Great Trading, D. R.

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