All Eyes This Weekend On…..Soybean Prices – Part 2
But China counter at the beginning of the trade war last year was to reduce dependence on American soybeans.
However, China doesn’t have the means to increase their domestic production of Soybeans and had to result to South America. South American filled in the balance momentarily, but they couldn’t keep up with China’s appetite. Regardless of whether the resumed purchase of soybeans was part of the negotiation or China’s relentless appetite for soybeans, it’s a win for American farmers.
Whenever there is panic it is very hard to push out the noise. There is one thing that you should learn to control, and that is your emotions. With the unfortunate Ehtiopian Plane crash over the weekend, the markets came in and saw the entire airline industry gapping down, BIG. $BA gapped down over FIFTY Points! (12%) I am sure MANY average joes and possibly long term holders from very low levels sold at the open. Then what happened?…
That one day crash was bought, MASSIVELY. You got a gap down that trended up all day, and in the beginning I
Bitcoin continues to consolidate within a wedge, creating a series of lower highs and higher lows. I’m expecting a larger move as it approaches the apex. Volume remains relatively high, just above $10 Billion for the day.
In today’s analysis I discuss, where price may go in the coming days/weeks, short term trades I’m considering, traps to avoid and so much more. I hope you find it helpful.
If you don’t see the above video, navigate to TIMM (https://mentormarket.io/workin/) or Steemit in order to watch.
I hope this has been helpful. I’d be happy to answer any questions in the comment section
In this episode our guest Silvia Hauke, World Diplomat of Liberland, discusses:
1) How her journey with Liberland ties into the beginning of her professional career in Budapest, Hungary 2) How her husband is playing a major role in the maritime development of Liberland 3) What her and her husband are doing to lay the foundation of the Liberland travel industry
This post is part of a series which started yesterday with “Bit Brain’s not-so-little guide to Holochain – Part 1” (an introduction to Holochain). Part 1 is necessary reading before carrying on with this post. Today we look at what is probably the most important part of how Holochain works: the characteristics of, and differences between Holochain, Holo, Holo fuel and HOT.
Bit Brain’s not-so-little guide to Holochain – Part 2
Holochain, Holo, Holo fuel and HOT
Now that we’ve warmed up, let’s get into a little more detail:
Don’t go to CoinMarketCap and search for “Holochain” – it isn’t there. But what you
March 11, 2019(updated March 11, 2019) Published by lordbutterfly
Almost every day now ive been completing my daily quests. Currently im sitting in gold league. Im basically stuck there and there is no way for me to push forward with the cards i have. When picking my main deck i went with fire and it seems i made a mistake. Ive talked about this before but ill repeat it again, the fire splinter (at least at my levels) is underpowered and thus underutilized. If you check the TOP BATTLES tab there is almost no one using the fire splinter.
Out of the basic summoners the most used one seems to be the life splinter. What ive noticed getting paired up with other decks my level is that i get swept.
Absolutely no chance of making a dent. If you run into life you cant get through the shields, water has shields at that level as well as massive damage output, death splinter 1 shoots your debuffer on round 1 and counters your summoner power, etc. Even getting some rules like “monsters lose powers” means you can lose easily to life and water decks 2 levels below you.
This wasnt the case a month or two ago when the fire splinter was much stronger. The reward cards really messed up the balance since some splinters got some amazingly strong cards while the fire splinter mostly got trash cards in comparison. Im usually not someone to complain about stuff like this but its getting super annoying doing dailys. I have another account with the main water splinter deck with cards that are 1 level lower then my fire deck and that deck does so much better.
Im just venting a bit but i still hope someone changes something. Problem is that when i bought those cards they were much stronger in-game then they are now.
Forex Analysis Report 11-11-18…More Pain In Store For The EUR/USD (Update)
On the daily chart, when price came down to the weekly pivot, it formed a demand zone, but price couldn’t close above the previous highs. Thus, the chart suggests, price will breached this daily supply and continue to fall.
This past Thursday, the European Central Bank (ECB) announced the issuance of a new round of long-term loans to eurozone banks.
NOTE: this is the third issuance
of cheap loans known as targeted long-term refinancing operations (TLTROs) to
On February 22nd, both, the 200 DMA and the 50 DMA crossed each other, allowing REP to be supported solidly by the 200 Day Moving Average and becoming the first symptom of Market Reversal for this altcoin.
Actually, REP has been rebounding between two trendlines which have defined a Symmetrical Triangle, the breakage of which is expected to occur in very short term.
If the breakage of the this triangle finally confirms the move upwards, the Elliot Wave Count which would fit more would be the following:
Target for a classical 3rd wave, according to the 1.618 FIBO level taking as a reference
On 4hr chart, stoch falling fast while price hovering around the support zone. Likely bounce after that to retest 4000 again. NVT rising again which might see sharp selloff ahead again, maybe while attempting the next 4000 resistance.
News: (Current) | (Upcoming)
Short term moving average (day candle) :
Network Value to Transactions Ratio :121
Total marketcap :133
Bitfinex Margin Long/Short Volume Ratio :
Depth Chart : (S) | (R)
Weekly Timeframe :
Domino’s Pizza isn’t a pizza company, they are a tech company. If you don’t believe me, just read my post from seven months ago,
Domino’s (Pizza) From Cardboard Crust To Technology Company
But if you insist that Domino’s Pizza is in fact, a pizza company, the make hella good pizza (especially when you get bacon as a topping).
Several weeks ago, Domino’s Pizza posted weaker-than-expected fourth-quarter earnings. U.S. company-owned same-store sales rose 3.6%, Domino’s said, the slowest pace in four years and well below the consensus estimate of 6.6%.
So when I looked at the chart for the first time in seven months, I