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Old March 8th, 2015, 04:13 PM   #661 (permalink)
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and here was me thinking he got banned for the above. Crikey. Sarcasm tags dont excuse such comments btw.

No one reported that, and I didn't see it. Why didn't you report it?

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Old March 8th, 2015, 04:34 PM   #662 (permalink)
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No one reported that, and I didn't see it. Why didn't you report it?

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He was already banned when I read it (I do go back to read whole threads). I am ostracised from your thread for much much less, and my pm to you about antisocial/controversial (imo) behaviour before had zero impact (you did ban that member later fwiw).

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He was already banned when I read it (I do go back to read whole threads). I am ostracised from your thread for much much less, and my pm to you about antisocial/controversial (imo) behaviour before had zero impact (you did ban that member later fwiw).

You are not on my ignore list. You are, however, getting off topic here.

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If you read his posts, you will see his last few were very rude and contained very rude language towards another member, ie "FUCK YOU".

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You seem to be selective with who you ban for "very rude language". I have seen similar post by josh and tigertrader and they simply received a warning and the post was deleted or edited out. I have also seen rude post by yourself as well...

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You are, however, getting off topic here.

i responded to a very controversial (imo) post on this thread, which you questioned me on & i replied back to.....yet i am going off topic? ha+wow+ffs....you could not make this stuff up.

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You seem to be selective with who you ban for "very rude language". I have seen similar post by josh and tigertrader and they simply received a warning and the post was deleted or edited out. I have also seen rude post by yourself as well...

IMO this forum continues to go down hill because of the way you selectively police it.

I also don't like it when tiger is rude. But decisions are made based on the best interest of forum members, and aren't always fair or equal. Life is also not fair. If you cannot understand or appreciate that, or disagree with my decisions, you are welcome to leave.

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Life is also not fair. If you cannot understand or appreciate that, or disagree with my decisions, you are welcome to leave.

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I certainly can appreciate that. On my first day of microeconomics at UCD, the professor wrote LINF on the chalkboard. Does anyone know what this stands for? Life Is Not Fair. He thought it would be more important to teach us this concept first before introducing himself.

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Possible scenarios here:
Double bottom at 49.50 - 49.40 to play off - Would go long with strong conviction
Retracement Higher from 49.76 to 50.40 - 50.60 area - Would be looking for shorts here.
Break through 49.50 to the downside - Would short with little conviction (higher risk - would use smaller stop) - Would target 49 to 48.70 - 80 area or maybe hold longer for complete breakdown.

Thanks John for the thoughts...

With price retesting lows below 50.00, it seems to me that the bias is down...currently as the monday Asian session has seen lows of 49.30, I would put resistance at the 49.80 to 50.00 level and if price was to reject this level on a rally there maybe be an opportunity to short...I can see you are thinking that there may be a double bottom forming off the 49.40...generally I expect double bottoms to form at the low...which in this case would be the 49.80 level...I think such double bottoms are more reliable than those forming mid range...

So a double bottom of 49.80 would be an alert to a possible long and then if price was to break through a previous lower high it would start to provide some confirmation for me...

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