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Posted in: ARB
It’ll be this that will test holders resolve the most . If you think BTC will be much higher ahead though (like I do you) will probably be making the most of the Weakness
I’ll be doubling if we see those levels or even the 100 day moving average
Losing support at 200p never was going to be helpful, lets be honest!
Posted in: GKP
I may be a bit mad to some but I averaged up and bought a few more.I can see the 200s very soon
Not always the case but a lot of the time.Stated already a number of times from days back they are doing all the volumes - most of it anyway on sell front
I've also added for the first time in a bit.
Posted in: ARS
Possibly about to take off here.Well done those who have been accumulating during the lengthy consolidation!!
Sells at 190 lol
That guy needs to watch himself writing stuff like that without evidence
This isn't online execution but worked orders!!!
the market makers doing majority of selling volume
Said this a few times now but since this move started downwards BBB and WINS have been doing most of the volume. They are the ones executing for clients. What that stops, mark my words it will turn. And NO, I have no idea when that stops!!!!!
Seriously??? It's been covered so many time and is applicable to any stock NOT just ARB.When large sells orders are being worked and that outweighs the buying pressure the price goes down. Clearly a frustrating time for ARB holders when BTC is doing so well!!
You still in ?
Posted in: NCYT
THis is the value zone based on current knowns, which I appreciate could be clearer!Very strong bid though here
Mark - there could be a lot more downside if these worked sellers keep it up. If they stop though, it'll fly. Simple as that.
There is NO new revelation or of a sudden! The valuation isn't something new.This is a simple case of the MMs working large seller orders, and that's far outweighing the buy orders.
Posted in: KIST
Duster - the key calculation here will be the % mix of new equity and debt which will determine the enterprise value.