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$QQQ, $DIA and $SPY in RWB up-trends; GLB: $MB; 9th day of $QQQ short term up-trend;

I have to buy this market. The QQQ is in a strong red/white/blue, (RWB) up-trend with all of the shorter term averages above the rising longer term averages with a white space between them. All three index ETFs (QQQ, DIA, SPY) are showing RWB patterns. I have been accumulating TQQQ, the 3x leveraged bullish QQQ... Read more...
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