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TSX financials sector back to ATH and lots of stock still have to catch up, could be a good setup here on BNS. I am long some $80 call expiry aug 20


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Just playing around. Im long all day all night on BNS. Good time to buy imo, $100 here we come


Long Pros: -GAP Fill -Bullish Impulse -Congestion around previous support (now resistance?) Cons: -Lots of real commercial / office real estate that COVID could impact.


Bull flag + golden cross Call options are purchased. I am ready


BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA Our share has been calmed, continuing to rise strongly upward as it has been terminated The vendors role came to show their orders and there were volumes Large buyers


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Looking at this chart I see a price range between $53 and $50. Watching moving average to act as resistance. $50 being a physiological support. Scotch RSI looks to be going up so rejection at $53 is very possible in the near feature. If price breaks $53 we could see a test of $60. It seems that currently probability slightly favors bears though its not like...


Information Position: Long Size: 2 Price: 50.63


There is a down trend channel already


52 is a safe entry for long with 48$ as a stop loss and 58$ to collect profit


it is a recession, it is already confirmed on the chart before public know about it


I do all my banking with Scotia bank and I personally believe they are the most risk taker as they handle all my personal and business loans I will attach an analysis for 2020 chart in the comment shortly


Scotia Bank will be the first Canadian bank to show us an early sign for Canadian recession if March 2020 closes under the 2009 support line (Orange) then we will be looking at 61-53-50-47-23. The orange line reflect the support of ALL time recession support, if it closes under that line we are looking at a recession that no human witnessed before. BUY GOLD


Watch for stock to try and stay above the 200 MA if it does dip below 200 MA the likely hood of death cross in linked post is much more likely.


The chart appears to show ether a break out from the linear regression channel upwards or a death cross is coming. It likely about 60% chance of death cross and 40% chance of continuing its short term trend and breaking upwards. Interesting how they have accumulated about 50% more debt very quickly yet in that time frame revenue only went up 10%. A 1% interest...


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Sector: Finance

Industry: Major Banks

The Bank of Nova Scotia engages in the provision of financial products and services, including personal, commercial, corporate, and investment banking. It operates through the following segments: Canadian Banking, International Banking, Global Banking and Markets, and Other. The Other segment includes group treasury, smaller operating segments and business line elimination items. The company was founded on March 30, 1832 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.


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