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Andrew Knight

Hi Be Spoke Invest,

I'm emailing you in regards to a followup email I sent you a month ago in response to a partnership, have you had a chance to think about it?

If you have any questions or would more information, please advise me and we can go from there.

Kind Regards,
Andrew Knight

a reader

well, part of it could be due to market manipulation. indices start diving 10 minutes before close, day after day, like clock work.

Max2205

well, those MA's are screaming lower each day, so the 'sideways ' movement of the last few days and next week should get them back in line

I've studied these spreads and it's not a good shorterm money trade

Love your work here. Thx

Adrian

Lol, it's "200" days average, of course it's not a good "short" term money trade.

Greg Feirman

Great chart. Stocks are SO oversold!

gamma

stocks are not oversold... they were overbought.

see you at the bottom.

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