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Market Analysis - Rare And Dangerous Black Swan Technical Formation


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The very rare black swan formation - note both feet and neck are complete and the rare vampire tooth variation is in place.

This is very bad. Very very bad.

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hahahahahhah, good one Crash999.

:o

"rare vamipire tooth variation" hahahaha... I laughed out loud... I guess I'm a finance dork, then :D

Lanna, what does your chart mean, to us not TAs?

And anybody have an explanation as to why the NZD popped ~5% on friday against the USD? I was waiting for .50cents to the USD and I was gonna jump all over the NZD... alas, I guess I missed my chance... will I get it again... time will tell....

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The very rare black swan formation - note both feet and neck are complete and the rare vampire tooth variation is in place.

This is very bad. Very very bad.

<snip hilarious pic>

Lanna, what does your chart mean, to us not TAs?

The chart shows a breaqkout to the upside from a symmetrical triangle in the NASDAQ 100 Index while having shown positive divergance in its consolidation. I don't place much importance on it one way or the other as it occured near the apex of the triangle and statistically less valid as a result.

http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?id=...trical_triangle

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The very rare black swan formation - note both feet and neck are complete and the rare vampire tooth variation is in place.

This is very bad. Very very bad.

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Please be more precise "very" or "very very"? There's a huge difference u know? Did u like "Etch a sketch" as a kid BTW

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the black swan also seems to have a bad case of squirty bum - is there any significance for the food industry ?

IMO no. But based on this NEW AND UNIQUE DIRECTIONAL DATA I have now 'directed' all my financial resourses into the toilet paper industry and imodium producing facilities. :o:D:D

That was such a good post Crash999. - I take my hat off.

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Seeing is believing. This was pretty original and funny my man!

Wish I could take the credit but the black swan was previously identified by one of the world's premier technical analysts. When I look at this data all I can see is the 'jagged mountain range' formation.

Back to my fundies....

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Very rare, its a short necked swan, dont see many of those around

Looks like a duck to me! :o

Ohh no to the trained eye it is but a lame duck :D . Unless off course it is one of those birds that pretends to be wounded to draw you away from its nest!

Damm deception where will it all lead to?

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On the other hand....

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To my relatively untrained eye this could be the Pac Man gobble formation of short exuberance followed by a return to previous conditions.

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Crash999 you are my new favorite poster hahahaha Hilarious :o:D

Between all of the doom and gloom, your 2 charts have made me chuckle, even as I have lost half of my net worth!!! Now I can die happy... :D Good stuff, makes you realize not to take life too seriously... Good on you!

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