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The FTSE was down 2% one day, up 2% next day, and today down some 4%. If it is up 4% tomorrow, this is a known as a fan formation. Wild swings, usually means something is going to break!

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I cant see it, i understand what your saying, but tomorrow will bring a big rally.

Tomorrow FTSE up by 4% minimum

Suckers rally, dead rat bounce etc!

Although given the sucess of my prior predictions...

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I think it'll be up 4% tomorrow due to someone somewhere making a fart that makes a sound like 'QE'. It never seems to manage to close under 5,000 on a Friday afternoon. There, i've said it, now i'll be proved wrong

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It's amazing how often we get a call for a Black Day just *after* a Black Day. Markets rarely work like that, any more than you get a hurricane the day after another hurricane.

Kudos to the chap who called a "Black Week" this week, which proved correct. A much more sensible way of calling things than trying to pin problems built up over years down to a single day.

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the article full of apocalyptic doomsaying - food riots, collapse etc - then he signs off with

"Good Investing!"

????

Blood on the streets.......

Oh hang on, wasn't that the other month? :unsure:

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