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Jupiter May 23, 2019 7:45am | Post# 1001

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Banked all the profit @12.000 and now watching the reaction.
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Jupiter May 23, 2019 11:32pm | Post# 1002

"The door that opens to big profits has but one key to unlock it and that key is knowledge.
You cannot get that knowledge without work".
W.D.GANN, 1936

Jupiter May 23, 2019 11:33pm | Post# 1003

"Gaining knowledge isn’t a problem. Applying it, on the other hand, is a lot more challenging...
Especially when you consider how little time we have throughout our busy days to stop, breathe, and just be."
Lori Deschene

Jupiter May 23, 2019 11:44pm | Post# 1004

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Do you want to discuss about Dow, Elliott, Gann, Livermore and fti techniques as in my post #7 Back to the Future?
Where? How? With whom? Vic was so nice this morning with me... but it's true. On the Internet it is impossible. I give up. Officially.
Sometimes I need somebody "to lean on"... in a very real sense.
I can't stand this boredom and the loneliness.
And the incomprehensions, too.
This situation create doubts and... "jumping monkeys" in our minds.
One needs strong convictions and a great self-esteem to resist.

So, I decided to return to my notes and my beloved Moleskines... and immediately I have found a little of joy and light.
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Jupiter May 23, 2019 11:53pm | Post# 1005

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"Through inquiring of the Old we learn the New" - Steve Nison
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Jupiter May 24, 2019 12:36am | Post# 1006


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dbrown101 May 24, 2019 12:37am | Post# 1007



Love django!!

Jupiter May 24, 2019 12:39am | Post# 1008

Me too!!!

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dbrown101 May 24, 2019 12:47am | Post# 1009

My fav!
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Jupiter May 24, 2019 12:54am | Post# 1010

Whatever its detractors may say,
the European Union continues to be an incredible success story that unites 28 countries under one roof
(waiting to discover the destiny of the United Kingdom),
and guarantees over 500 million people to live together, move, study and work freely in every corner of the continent.

The vote of 23-26 May for the renewal of the European Parliament
represents a fundamental moment for the future of the Union and its political, economic and social integration project.

The challenge coming from the sovereign field - albeit heterogeneous and divided within it -
represents a real threat to the values of integration and prosperity embodied by the European institutions...

I have my ideas and feelings on the issue.
I'm just thinking if and how to play my game on the market!

What about you?

Jupiter May 24, 2019 2:46am | Post# 1011

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My DAX, always so technical From 11.990 to 12.020... nice&sweet! Text-book move!

A man needs some strong convictions to do this job! Trade well.
Trade always in control. Follow and never lead!
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Jupiter May 24, 2019 8:57am | Post# 1012

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Jupiter May 24, 2019 9:41am | Post# 1013

TT... Tearful Theresa.

zapad13 May 24, 2019 9:50am | Post# 1014

Is logical : June ends May

Jupiter May 24, 2019 9:53am | Post# 1015

"No Deal" behind the corner? With which consequences? I think no one knows!
To me... they don't know what they are doing.
But it will be, in case, a tough conversation with too many different opinions and views.
Better way is to comment: we will see!

Jupiter May 24, 2019 10:05am | Post# 1016

And what does DAX want to do?
It seems to want to find a natural balance at 12.000, now. But who knows? I'm just watching and thinking! If... then... otherwise.

Jupiter May 24, 2019 11:23am | Post# 1017

The whole move of the day nullified... Market logic in unbelievable. CU next week.

Let me express my point again on Europe. If I may...

After more than sixty years of coexistence, European unity seems so acquired and irreversible that many see only its defects,
forgetting that it was first and foremost a miracle of history.
A continent devastated by dictatorships and wars has become a model of peace, democracy and freedom.
With more than half a billion inhabitants and a GDP of over 15 thousand billion euros, today Europe is the largest economy on the planet.
Alone, no European country can assert its principles in the face of great powers and multinationals.
Despite the defects - which require corrections - Europe must be saved.
It must be remembered to the skeptics that it is neither obvious nor eternal. It's a miracle.
And "it does not fall from the sky!"
There are two options: to slip to the edge of the world (at a stroke or slowly, LOL) or reiterate our unity and continue to write history.

Jupiter May 24, 2019 11:28pm | Post# 1018

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Let me express my point again on Europe. If I may...
“But where the danger is, also grows the saving power.” ― Friedrich Hölderlin, a poet once quoted by Heidegger.

The island of Ventotene is an ancient volcano off the coast of Naples. A rock in the sea.
This is the Ventotene's prison camp: the ideal penitentiary.
The Bourbons built this horse-shoe shaped building in 1797.

It was used by the fascist regime during the Second World War as a place to which to banish political dissidents.
With some 2,000 inmates languishing on, by then dubbed the "Island of Confinement".

It's the place where the idea (the dream?) of a new Europe was born!
The Ventotene Manifesto is a must-read.
The original title was "For a free and united Europe." Two powerful adjective: free and united.
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Jupiter May 24, 2019 11:43pm | Post# 1019

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And what does DAX want to do? It seems to want to find a natural balance at 12.000, now. But who knows?
I was almost sure about 12.000.
Market decided for 12.025. Nice shape and formations on h1.
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Jupiter May 25, 2019 12:07am | Post# 1020

It has long been debated whether Django Reinhardt's music was or was not Jazz
and nowadays most critics are unanimous that his music is properly Jazz, and also of a particular kind of Jazz, the European one...
with gypsy, classical and middle-European tradition influences.

Got the message? Come on...

Have a nice weekend.

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