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$BTC - Almost at #TakeProfit for Quick #intraday #Sell 💰 📌 What? Bitcoin is already back down in the $21k 👀 📌 Are you surprised? I am not, I anticipated this. Plus, it’s still got way further to drop.See more
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$BTC - #Analysis 🧐 📌 By taking the average of the duration of time took to completion of the latest 5 Swings, 86 days, and using that average to forecast the last 2 remaining Swings ⬆️&⬇️ when the #cryptowinter might meet its #support (floor)… puts us at around the end of Dec ‘22 or early Jan ‘23.See more
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Added Amazon to long-term portfolio
In anticipation of #supercycle #impulse #wave (III) to the upside commencing, I’m holding long-term and aiming for price to take out the #sitting #liquidity around $192+. Price recently broke out of a #contracting #triangle, signaling the (possible🤔) completion of its larger (#weekly #daily #timeframe) #correction phase. Will continue to #accumulate more #long positions, with pullbacks within waves of smaller Elliott wave degrees. View my #analysis: https://www.tradingview.com/x/oS7Irgcb/
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Can you understand wave counts within market cycles (impulsing and correcting)? #EliottWave #WaveAnalysis #wavecounting #investsmarterSee more
Yes ✌🏾12.5%
No 🤔62.5%
Wouldn’t know how 🤯25%
8 votes Ended 07/27/22
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Invested in Bitcoin
I’m attempting to #capitalize on a short-term #bullish rally up into the $30-33k range and then #short my #BTC holdings to later accumulate more #long positions (discounted) when price is #ranging between $11k to $1k. This is why, check out my #analysis https://www.tradingview.com/x/OpaEeCLt/ #Patience #TradingPlan #daytrader
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Do you look at asset/instrument correlations before deciding to invest? #buildandgrow #learning #assets #analysis
Yes33.33%
No22.22%
I dont know what that is?44.44%
18 votes Ended 07/26/22
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I share a lot about acquisitions, news and such — but there’s a reason behind it.. here’s an older TikTok giving some insight into why’s It’s important as investors to keep up with companies we are holding or watching to keep a pulse of them. I mean, we sorta in a roundabout way own them (a piece of them). Another thing that I didn’t call out is — vote when those proxies pop up. They even come wSee more
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First $GE is doing a 3 way split (also trading tickers), now $JNJ is doing a 2 way split + Toshiba is doing a 3 way split. Last year was the year of the stock splits and bankruptcy… And this year seems to be the year of company splits, SPACs, mergers and acquisitions! Geesh. Pandemic is not playing! $JNJsplit: Home to Band-Aid and Tylenol—will be separated from the pharmaceutical and medical-deviceSee more
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As of Friday, about 23% of S&P 500 companies had reported actual results for the third quarter. Of these, 84% topped Wall Street's expectations for earnings per share (EPS). The estimated earnings growth rate for the S&P 500 stood at 32.7%, based on actual results and expectations for companies still yet to report. If maintained through the end of earnings season, it would mark the third-highest eSee more
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Added Palantir Technologies to Watchlist
Need to do a lot more research. Promising me the least #data #analysis
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Fake Guru. It's a title many seem extremely anxious to claim. You can spot them pretty easily. They typically have a silver spoon in their mouths. Listen, if you think you've got it all figured out you don't. The best anyone can hope for is a well reasoned guess. If you come across someone speaking with certainty you should probably run. There's a contingent, a very vocal one, who is more interestSee more
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Are all index funds created equal? Clearly not. 4 funds all tracking the broader energy sector but one is clearly outperforming. Why? It's all about weighting. I've seen a ton of discussion on here about ETFs but they all seem to focus on expense ratio. Answer this. From top to bottom these funds are separated by almost 70%.. are any funds charging a 70% expense ratio? So why are you focused on aSee more
Oct 2, 2020 - Oct 1, 2021
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XLE94.21%
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IYE94.51%
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PXI160.05%
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VDE103.05%
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This week we will have results from more than 650 companies, including 13 S&P 500 members. The more prominent companies reporting results this week include Disney $DIS, eBay $EBAY, Tyson Foods $TSNand others. By the end of this week, we will have seen Q2 results from 457 S&P 500 members or 91.4% of the index’s total membership. Let's talk about what we've seen up to this point. For the 444 S&P 500See more
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