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January 08, 2012, 08:58:15 PM
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I'm a professional trader, the triangulum never lies, bro. Once you see a Borrowitz-Einstein triangulum, you know something's gonna happen, it will either go down or go up. That's my advice to you guys: be very careful, it can go either way.

It could also go sideways. In a straight line. Down to 8 decimal points.

Technically, it could also just blow up, if no trades were executed, ever again. But I agree, UP/DOWN is the most likely scenario.

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January 08, 2012, 08:59:26 PM
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I'm a professional trader, the triangulum never lies, bro. Once you see a Borrowitz-Einstein triangulum, you know something's gonna happen, it will either go down or go up. That's my advice to you guys: be very careful, it can go either way.

It could also go sideways. In a straight line. Down to 8 decimal points.

Technically, it could also just blow up, if no trades were executed, ever again. But I agree, UP/DOWN is the most likely scenario.

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