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To: GROUND ZERO™ who wrote (126598)6/18/2019 5:06:41 AM
From: Winfastorlose
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Yes and Gold rocking as well.

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To: Winfastorlose who wrote (126600)6/18/2019 5:08:05 AM
From: GROUND ZERO™
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Looks like we're on our way!!!

This rally only needs to hold...

GZ

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To: GROUND ZERO™ who wrote (126601)6/18/2019 5:09:28 AM
From: Winfastorlose
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Yeah. It sure is a good thing we paid attention to the RUT and the Bios yesterday. They were telling us that the bears were FOS. lol.

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To: Winfastorlose who wrote (126602)6/18/2019 5:22:44 AM
From: GROUND ZERO™
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Big outside key reversal day in the DAX today... this is impressive...

GZ

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To: GROUND ZERO™ who wrote (126603)6/18/2019 5:24:54 AM
From: Winfastorlose
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Yeah. The Germans must have been watching our Biotech Index. They knew it was safe to buy up. (Sorry. I'm just so excited to have this new key tool at my disposal). lol

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To: GROUND ZERO™ who wrote (126603)6/18/2019 5:32:58 AM
From: Winfastorlose
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One of the indicators I have been watching has been the performance of the IPOs over the past couple of weeks. . The BYND "indicator" shows there is a throw caution to the wind appetite for higher prices.

Damn the torpedoes. Full steam ahead.

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To: Winfastorlose who wrote (126605)6/18/2019 5:43:48 AM
From: GROUND ZERO™
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I'm on board... got stopped out of some things but that's never a problem, there's always another great entry point...

GZ

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To: GROUND ZERO™ who wrote (126606)6/18/2019 5:53:24 AM
From: Winfastorlose
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It's like I always say. The market trades 5 days a week. There is always something to buy or sell. And you don't have to like it to own it either. For example, I personally think BYND is one of the most overvalued pieces of junk I have ever seen. But I have been daytrading the stock for the past week. (only to the long side) So far, I have scalped some nice money out of it.

Yesterday, WaveGenius made a call on the stock and said a print of 170 could allow the stock to trade as high as 400. It's crazy, but it would not surprise me. Now I am not going to buy and hold it, but getting in and out of it based on my intraday technical model has been working out like Aces.

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To: Winfastorlose who wrote (126607)6/18/2019 6:15:54 AM
From: GROUND ZERO™
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Yeah, definitely, I agree... I have several different time frame strategies and trading models, I use all of them at differing times and opportunities...

My portfolio is a longer term play, it makes very good money year over year and it's optimized and turnkey so I never have to think about the trade, I just take the positions and exit strictly on the mathematics that calculates my entry and exit prices, this works like a charm without thinking about anything... and then I have more near term models that trade in and out while holding maybe for a few days...

I don't actually day trade at all although I do sell sometimes on the same day I bought it but only if it's not doing exactly as I anticipated, right or wrong I just get out of that kind of trade quickly, I never hold a losing position on hopes that it "may come back some day," that's just not me...

GZ

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To: GROUND ZERO™ who wrote (126608)6/18/2019 6:44:26 AM
From: Winfastorlose
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FB's new "crypto currency" is nothing more than a psyop which is designed to get the public ready for the day in the not so distant future when the US dollar is no longer the world's reserve currency. It is going to be based on a currency basket. It isn't really a crypto currency, but a payment system. But the idea behind it is that you will not be paying for things in dollars, but in this new "currency" which is based on the conglomerated value of several currencies.

My guess is that once people are accepting this new payment system, the powers that be will try to put together a new currency based on such a one world currency basket and our days of enjoying Dollar supremacy will be over.

Facebook is not really an American company as we have known them in the past. . It is a New World Order intelligence gathering operation.

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