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Sep 15, 2023Liked by Brent Donnelly

The bigger charts are great!

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Sep 15, 2023Liked by Brent Donnelly

The attempt is so spot on I can't tell which one is Gecko!

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'Liz Truss saying “lettuce cut taxes and spend more”', HahAhAHaHaHahA..! Love it. Possibly your best one on FS.

About your question: it reads better for me on Substack, but I'm on a 13" MacBook, it might be a different experience for a trader running really large screens.

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Sep 15, 2023Liked by Brent Donnelly

Thanks for the update and for sharing some personal memories and photos. Enjoyed it!

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I like the big pictures, though I read the other ones in the email so I guess I shouldn't comment.

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My eyes thank you, much better, easier to read. Thank you. :-)

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Sep 17, 2023Liked by Brent Donnelly

Love the gekko vibe!

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Sep 17, 2023Liked by Brent Donnelly

Big charts work a treat.. thanks again Brent. Its the little interpretations of price action that is so insightful. Always learning here..

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Sep 17, 2023Liked by Brent Donnelly

Fabulous 1995 shot! 😀

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Sep 17, 2023Liked by Brent Donnelly

+1 for big charts

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Sep 16, 2023Liked by Brent Donnelly

Interesting that gold rallied Friday despite strong USD/treasury yields. If it were to break out of the trendline it’s approaching on the daily timeframe it would create the appearance of a bullish chart.

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Sep 16, 2023Liked by Brent Donnelly

Amazing to think the S&P went from 666 in 2009 to 4500 in under 15 years and yet the seasonality would mean losing money going long 9/16-10/9

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Yes in that trend it’s amazing to find any bearish backtests !!

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Sep 16, 2023Liked by Brent Donnelly

Another vote for the big charts!

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Great stuff as always. +1 for the big images. +10 for the Gekko 'fit.

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Thanks for the piece. Why did EU stocks and USDEUR rallied if ECB did a hike in rates while signaling that it could keep rates for longer. Shouldn’t it have the opposite reaction?

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The market took their hike as dovish and their guidance as indicating they probably will not hike again. The next day there was an FT story saying some members of the ecb want to hike and so euro rebounded

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Much appreciated!

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