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  • scooterscot
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    Originally posted by TheGreenBastard View Post
    It's derived from context, a declaration of "I advise" isn't always required.

    To be this dumb must have taken years of study.

    Ahh you mean you made it up. Gotcha...


    Those who make assumptions in my industry would be flung out the door. But I guess the IT industry is different.

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  • AtW
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    “He did not say he robbed the bank, he just walked in with balaklava, gun an demanded to make a large cash withdrawal “

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  • TheGreenBastard
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    Originally posted by scooterscot View Post
    Where did I say 'I advise'?
    It's derived from context, a declaration of "I advise" isn't always required.

    To be this dumb must have taken years of study.

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by scooterscot View Post
    ?????
    FTFY

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  • scooterscot
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    Where did I say 'I advise'?

    You can't give an opinion without offending someone these days. I don't care anymore. There was a time I used to but now I really don't.

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  • Whorty
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    Originally posted by scooterscot View Post
    Whom do you declare on here gives advice? Certainly not me.. but then if reading is not ones strong point.
    Below is a post from you yesterday (16/10/20) on the Stock Market Crash thread - You're telling a poster to invest in one of your stock picks - this is advice, so yes, you do give advice. Maybe you need to learn to read .... start with your own posts first fella.

    The second paragraph in your post is explaining how your self drawn chart is showing the posters stock is going to drop. This is also advice that he should sell.

    Let's hope you're FCA registered and have PI mate before someone on here comes looking for you

    Originally posted by scooterscot View Post
    Say goodbye to that 2%. Buy high sell low, classy move. Put that 2% into Lloyds, or perhaps Pearson, RSA insurance even, you'll do far far better.

    The green column on my script only illuminates when 3 out of 3 indicators are in the overbought region. The probability of downside from here is excellent.
    Last edited by Whorty; 17 October 2020, 07:45.

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  • northernladuk
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    Originally posted by scooterscot View Post
    Whom do you declare on here gives advice? Certainly not me.. but then if reading is not ones strong point.
    You honestly belive that don't you? You've been lecturing AtW on what to do since, what, 50?
    In fact it's gone past advice by you declaring almost as a fact what to do.
    We've been through the 'I don't give advice situation time' and time again and post endless quotes of you giving advice. It's in black and white and you still can't get it.

    And the thing that really gets my goat more than anything is that people have lost a lot of money off the back of your advice and you are still doing it. If there is just one person that has listened to you and lost money you should be ashamed.

    Honestly, you're an absolute joke.
    Last edited by northernladuk; 17 October 2020, 10:57.

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  • AtW
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    Originally posted by Old Greg View Post
    Surely the technical charts can answer your question?
    Only retrospectively ...

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  • Old Greg
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    Originally posted by scooterscot View Post
    Tell you what Intel is looking just as bearish as AMD on the monthly chart. The only difference is AMD is notably overbought.

    Say.. if both of those makers are looking wobbly, who is replacing them? Is the world not needing as many computers or is Apple silicon taking over?
    Surely the technical charts can answer your question?

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  • scooterscot
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    Tell you what Intel is looking just as bearish as AMD on the monthly chart. The only difference is AMD is notably overbought.

    Say.. if both of those makers are looking wobbly, who is replacing them? Is the world not needing as many computers or is Apple silicon taking over?

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