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What did you buy? What might you buy??

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Hey all.
Where do you guys go to get your raw data from? ie. the charts you use to look at candles and wicks?

Is that generally a paid feature you have to buy, or is there a good free source?

Thanks
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Will be looking at re-entering CCL,B. I sold around $62, and like this pullback.
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jellytime wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 7:04 pm
Hey all.
Where do you guys go to get your raw data from? ie. the charts you use to look at candles and wicks?

Is that generally a paid feature you have to buy, or is there a good free source?

Thanks
US data is usually live and free with the following;

https://www.barchart.com
https://www.investing.com
Google Finance - http://finance.google.com/finance

There's probably more, but not on my daily radar.
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Canada, Eh!!
Bought M while back so of course it went lower.

Up today so sell at gain or think it has holiday momentum??
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jellytime wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 7:04 pm
Hey all.
Where do you guys go to get your raw data from? ie. the charts you use to look at candles and wicks?

Is that generally a paid feature you have to buy, or is there a good free source?

Thanks
TmxMoney (free) has real time Cdn quotes. U.S. might be delayed.

https://www.tmxmoney.com/en/index.html

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Air Canada AC continues its fall, to $22.7x (52w high $28, it's $26-$27 after great ER), what a fall
PT are all $29-$36

have to average down now, back to its old self
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MrMom wrote:
Nov 9th, 2017 11:48 pm
The bond market is eternally pessimistic. Unlike equities, the best you can hope for is par. But it might be time to take a queue from the bond market, https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... -at-a-time
double bottom as I type on US 30Y futures (ZB @ 152'20). Will they hold and resume uptrend or we go down (and stocks bounce)?
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dlhunter wrote:
Nov 10th, 2017 10:30 am
double bottom as I type on US 30Y futures (ZB @ 152'20). Will they hold and resume uptrend or we go down (and stocks bounce)?
Good question. Does it get pushed through and hold on a Friday? No early SIFMA close.

Futures (triple bottom incl Ldn) - https://invst.ly/5sx6t
In yield (5's and 10's heading higher in yield) - https://invst.ly/5sx7q

Was eyeing VX and UVXY thins morning as well.

Sitting tight.
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GE is at an interesting moment. Technical signals that it will go higher in the near term. Loaded some today.
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DigitalNinja wrote:
Nov 8th, 2017 9:37 am
I'm really thinking that ENF is going to pop again which should be some good gains along with great dividends.
What are you basing this on? Just curious because I was also considering it but many of the analysts I follow weren't keen on pipelines in general. The dividend is obviously nice, especially sub $30/share, but the growth potential for a "pop"?

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