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"dip is imminent related to FND"? *PIC*
In Response To: Re: COT report (JuanV) *PIC* ()

Has this ever NOT OCCURRED? What kind of dynamics might cause this NOT to happen? In what fundamental context could THE OPPOSITE occur? I presume that such a development would have significance. Gaps require a pent up force to create the push necessary to jump. Yesterdays daily candle has a long tall upside wick to it. Price can much easier open higher by sliding up an established flagpole, so to speak. In that respect, price could open a penny higher and not have to forge new ground. The up gap would not really be a gap in respect to previous day's range. So, just as I appear the ONLY one here to propose that we have seen the absolute low already (unless LaBusyBee is released from hostage!), I suggest that the keen expectation of price depression through FND----- WILL NOT HAPPEN. In fact, a price surge upwards during this time could indeed be the propellant for a declining wedge breakout. JK, you out there? Reload and lets find us some Ursa Major!

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COT report 4/13 *PIC*
Re: COT report (JuanV) *PIC*
"dip is imminent related to FND"? *PIC*
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