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Advised #17: 40 Week Cycle Peak signal on #NASDAQ $AAPL short $QQQ; Trader-Betatesters Accepted
Protect yourself before its too late
Hi this is Derek Frazier
There is a very big peak in the US equities market taking shape. Perhaps of the 40 week size. Meaning sell everything again. Not financial advice, but it looks bad.
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