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From crisis and collapse to confidence and calm--all in 24 hours.

IMO, a good opportunity to sell if you still have stocks lingering in your portfolio.

Asia/Pacific Last Trade Change Related Information

^AORD All Ordinaries (Australia) 4,330.40 7:34am 44.10 (+1.03%) Components, more...

^BSESN BSE 30 (India) 16,256.78 7:55am 234.30 (+1.46%) more...

^HSI Hang Seng (Hong Kong) 19,186.94 7:50am 201.44 (+1.06%) Components, more...

^JKSE Jakarta Composite (Indonesia) 2,622.67 8:05am 108.55 (+4.32%) Components, more...

^KLSE KLSE Composite (Malaysia) 1,249.58 8:04am -0.55 (-0.04%) Components, more...

^NZ50 NZSE 50 (New Zealand) 3,011.19 6:31am 7.36 (+0.25%) Components, more...

^N225 Nikkei 225 (Japan) 9,522.66 7:29am 62.77 (+0.66%) more...

^NSEI S&P CNX NIFTY (India) 4,872.00 8:05am 65.25 (+1.36%) Chart, more...

^KS11 Seoul Composite (South Korea) 1,582.12 7:02am 21.29 (+1.36%) Components, more...

000001.SS Shanghai Composite (China) 2,622.51 7:50am -0.12 (-0.00%) Components, more...

^STI Strait Times (Singapore) 2,691.67 8:04am 41.06 (+1.55%) Chart, Components, more...

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From crisis and collapse to confidence and calm--all in 24 hours.

IMO, a good opportunity to sell if you still have stocks lingering in your portfolio.

Asia/Pacific Last Trade Change Related Information

^AORD All Ordinaries (Australia) 4,330.40 7:34am 44.10 (+1.03%) Components, more...

^BSESN BSE 30 (India) 16,256.78 7:55am 234.30 (+1.46%) more...

^HSI Hang Seng (Hong Kong) 19,186.94 7:50am 201.44 (+1.06%) Components, more...

^JKSE Jakarta Composite (Indonesia) 2,622.67 8:05am 108.55 (+4.32%) Components, more...

^KLSE KLSE Composite (Malaysia) 1,249.58 8:04am -0.55 (-0.04%) Components, more...

^NZ50 NZSE 50 (New Zealand) 3,011.19 6:31am 7.36 (+0.25%) Components, more...

^N225 Nikkei 225 (Japan) 9,522.66 7:29am 62.77 (+0.66%) more...

^NSEI S&P CNX NIFTY (India) 4,872.00 8:05am 65.25 (+1.36%) Chart, more...

^KS11 Seoul Composite (South Korea) 1,582.12 7:02am 21.29 (+1.36%) Components, more...

000001.SS Shanghai Composite (China) 2,622.51 7:50am -0.12 (-0.00%) Components, more...

^STI Strait Times (Singapore) 2,691.67 8:04am 41.06 (+1.55%) Chart, Components, more...

I wouldn't call it soaring at 0.6%...... More like ROCKETING! Hooray!

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From crisis and collapse to confidence and calm--all in 24 hours.

IMO, a good opportunity to sell if you still have stocks lingering in your portfolio.

Asia/Pacific Last Trade Change Related Information

^AORD All Ordinaries (Australia) 4,330.40 7:34am 44.10 (+1.03%) Components, more...

^BSESN BSE 30 (India) 16,256.78 7:55am 234.30 (+1.46%) more...

^HSI Hang Seng (Hong Kong) 19,186.94 7:50am 201.44 (+1.06%) Components, more...

^JKSE Jakarta Composite (Indonesia) 2,622.67 8:05am 108.55 (+4.32%) Components, more...

^KLSE KLSE Composite (Malaysia) 1,249.58 8:04am -0.55 (-0.04%) Components, more...

^NZ50 NZSE 50 (New Zealand) 3,011.19 6:31am 7.36 (+0.25%) Components, more...

^N225 Nikkei 225 (Japan) 9,522.66 7:29am 62.77 (+0.66%) more...

^NSEI S&P CNX NIFTY (India) 4,872.00 8:05am 65.25 (+1.36%) Chart, more...

^KS11 Seoul Composite (South Korea) 1,582.12 7:02am 21.29 (+1.36%) Components, more...

000001.SS Shanghai Composite (China) 2,622.51 7:50am -0.12 (-0.00%) Components, more...

^STI Strait Times (Singapore) 2,691.67 8:04am 41.06 (+1.55%) Chart, Components, more...

Their performance was a long way from confirming the US's optimism yesterday. Nikkei's 0.7% rise (1% down on their intra day high) after falling 3.1% on Tuesday does not look like a rounding confirmation of the US shenanigans.

The power of the DOW/S&P ability to manipulate the rest of the Worlds markets may be waning. :ph34r:

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Buy now!! Don't lose out!!

FTSE 100 5009.53+1.39%

They are in a buying frenzy and many have ALREADY lost out by not buying 10 minutes ago!

For me, I am pleased to have virtually no stocks, almost no sterling and nearly all cash. These frenzied mini rallies are based on anything but fundamentals which all point to a double dip with the second dip looking far worse than the first.

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FTSE 100 5009.53+1.39%

They are in a buying frenzy and many have ALREADY lost out by not buying 10 minutes ago!

For me, I am pleased to have virtually no stocks, almost no sterling and nearly all cash. These frenzied mini rallies are based on anything but fundamentals which all point to a double dip with the second dip looking far worse than the first.

On the technicals the FTSE was making a classic head a shoulders pattern but the downward pressure has been such that the right shoulder has collapsed. Heading all the way back down now.

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From crisis and collapse to confidence and calm--all in 24 hours.

IMO, a good opportunity to sell if you still have stocks lingering in your portfolio.

Asia/Pacific Last Trade Change Related Information

^AORD All Ordinaries (Australia) 4,330.40 7:34am 44.10 (+1.03%) Components, more...

^BSESN BSE 30 (India) 16,256.78 7:55am 234.30 (+1.46%) more...

^HSI Hang Seng (Hong Kong) 19,186.94 7:50am 201.44 (+1.06%) Components, more...

^JKSE Jakarta Composite (Indonesia) 2,622.67 8:05am 108.55 (+4.32%) Components, more...

^KLSE KLSE Composite (Malaysia) 1,249.58 8:04am -0.55 (-0.04%) Components, more...

^NZ50 NZSE 50 (New Zealand) 3,011.19 6:31am 7.36 (+0.25%) Components, more...

^N225 Nikkei 225 (Japan) 9,522.66 7:29am 62.77 (+0.66%) more...

^NSEI S&P CNX NIFTY (India) 4,872.00 8:05am 65.25 (+1.36%) Chart, more...

^KS11 Seoul Composite (South Korea) 1,582.12 7:02am 21.29 (+1.36%) Components, more...

000001.SS Shanghai Composite (China) 2,622.51 7:50am -0.12 (-0.00%) Components, more...

^STI Strait Times (Singapore) 2,691.67 8:04am 41.06 (+1.55%) Chart, Components, more...

HIP HIP HOORAH!

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Considering how much closer to the fuss in Korea they are, economically and geographically, they seem to taking the crisis of 'the Dear Leader' v S Korea quite stoically.

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Considering how much closer to the fuss in Korea they are, economically and geographically, they seem to taking the crisis of 'the Dear Leader' v S Korea quite stoically.

Apparently the Chinese are "advising" the North Koreans it would be "better for them" if they cool it and behave.

World trade and Chinese interests run counter to the Dear leader's manic egotism.

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Apparently the Chinese are "advising" the North Koreans it would be "better for them" if they cool it and behave.

World trade and Chinese interests run counter to the Dear leader's manic egotism.

Yes I bet the Chinese have politely informed the lunatic that if he continues to misbehave there will be a Chinese orchestrated coup and they'll get someone in who will toe the line, clearly a mini war wouldn't be in the Chinese interest.

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FTSE 100 5017.62+1.56%

Stocks flying off the shelves so something must have triggered a return of confidence? War in Korea perhaps? Latest dire news from the BBA on mortgage crash? Big cuts and job losses in the budget coming up? Banks rating cut by bond market? Collapse of the Eurozone.....must be something to make people want to buy stocks.

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FTSE 100 5017.62+1.56%

Stocks flying off the shelves so something must have triggered a return of confidence? War in Korea perhaps? Latest dire news from the BBA on mortgage crash? Big cuts and job losses in the budget coming up? Banks rating cut by bond market? Collapse of the Eurozone.....must be something to make people want to buy stocks.

Gordon Brown has disappeared. This might have helped a bit...

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FTSE 100 5036.60 +1.94%

They are saying its bargain hunting. This is what they say when there is no logical explanation for a buying frenzy.

http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/ftse-bounces-above-5000-reuters_molt-d0a52b7afdb0.html?

LONDON (Reuters) - The FTSE 100 bounced back above the 5,000 point level on Wednesday, as investors hunted for bargains among banks and miners which had been hammered by concerns surrounding the euro zone debt crisis.

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FTSE 100 5036.60 +1.94%

They are saying its bargain hunting. This is what they say when there is no logical explanation for a buying frenzy.

http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/ftse-bounces-above-5000-reuters_molt-d0a52b7afdb0.html?

LONDON (Reuters) - The FTSE 100 bounced back above the 5,000 point level on Wednesday, as investors hunted for bargains among banks and miners which had been hammered by concerns surrounding the euro zone debt crisis.

Shorts buying back in?

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FTSE 100 5017.62+1.56%

Stocks flying off the shelves so something must have triggered a return of confidence? War in Korea perhaps? Latest dire news from the BBA on mortgage crash? Big cuts and job losses in the budget coming up? Banks rating cut by bond market? Collapse of the Eurozone.....must be something to make people want to buy stocks.

The S&P rallying in to the close in the US last night.

Thats all it can be. The Miners and Financials were the ones doing the leading in the US , i reckon it will be the same sectors doing well this morning on the FTSE.

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