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It has been a year since I contemplate the evolution of prices, analyze patterns every day, compare indicators, technical and fundamental signals, watching speculation in full swing, levers reaching new records, states with the help of central banks flooding the market with liquidity.

Some have asked for my news, here it is.

In January 2018 they laughed at me when i called the explosion of the crypto bubble, now i think the US market top is near. Buying stocks now is crazy. Shorting it is always risky, but here we are.

Since their creation, markets have soared and then collapsed : I don't see why this time would be any different.

To discerning eyes a graph is enough I don't need to say more.
Wish me good luck, I wish you too.

If you want to thank me, criticize me, insult me or question me in the comments space is all up to you.

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see you on the other side!

~sings: "that's guna' hurt in the morn'in"
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Thanks for the idea!
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KassandrA_dotcom ForexTrendline
@ForexTrendline, You are welcome my friend.
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all agree , but linear chart are always parabolic . use log charts to be more readable

is the same effort to go from 1000 to 2000 , and 2000 to 4000
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@SammyHas, Log is also done to hide the bubbles.
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I don't disagree, but I was saying the same thing back in November. Except, the market proved me super wrong. The realization that the old saying of "The market can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent." is so true. Luckily I was smart enough to not short it, but I was not smart enough to stay fully vested. I made some money, but no where near as much as I should. Lesson learned. No I can only sit on the sideline and what for this to come back to earth.

The question is how does it end? Just for fun lets look at bitcoin.
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@Dr_Roboto, I totally agree with you. The main thing is not to burn your wings. Adapt leverage, learn to take your losses.
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Goldhead Dr_Roboto
@Dr_Roboto, You should enable Log in charts. Then graph looks different and less scary or dramatic. Why Log important watch Part 2 from here https://goldsilver.com/blog/bitcoin-is-it-too-late/
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Dr_Roboto Goldhead
@Goldhead, not in that chart instance, but I almost always use log now. It just lines everything up better. Thanks for the link.
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Goldhead Dr_Roboto
@Dr_Roboto, About Log it's in Part 1 at the start.
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