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1-26-21 One might presume holding above $1800 is bullish, but there%27s a lot of work to do.
1-22-21 Gold is attempting to turn back upward off $1800 as it carves an ascending triangle. Bear Fork remains in charge.
1-22-21 Silver is building a large, jagged cup above its 200-day EMA.
Thanksgiving Day- It could be that Platinum strength is a leading indicator for gold.
1-22-21 There"s a paradigm shift taking place for the 420 sector and psychedelics. MSOS is actively managed, USA only companies. But don%27t throw out Canada, there are other 420 ETF"s like: MJ, POTX, YOLO, CNBS, THCX etc. to trade.
1-26-21 Pulling back, will it hold $0.55?
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