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DOGE backtests downtrend, launch to $0.10 next? Dogecoin Technical Analysis, Price Predictions, News

  Technical analysis on cryptocurrency Dogecoin for week ending 02/27/2021. Doge is consolidating and only a matter of time when it breaks out or breaks down. I anticipate Doge to break to the upside after breaking $0.06 resistance, it’ll move up to test resistance at $0.08. If it can break above .08, it’ll make it’s way up to $0.10! On the bear side, if support at $0.05 doesn’t hold, it’ll retest support at $0.04 and potentially form a double bottom there. Dogecoin news this week includes: - Elon Musk purchases Doge mining rigs + more Doge memes - Dojo for Doge: Will your Tesla be able to mine Dogecoin in the future? - Elon Musk: Doge all day, Doge all...

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Tesla stock CRASH 21%, bottom & READY TO RALLY? Technical Analysis, Price Predictions, News (Ep. 21)

  Technical analysis on Tesla stock for week ending 02/27/2021. As overall market sells off, Tesla crashes to lows of $619 for the week, before recovering. We’ll wait to see how it plays out next week to confirm whether or not Tesla has put in a bottom. If in fact, the market moves higher, Tesla would need to break above $706, then recapture the 50DMA at $775. A break above that would be very bullish and would test strong resistance at $810-$825. On the bear side, if Tesla fails to break above $706, it could retest support at $635. A continued selloff could push Tesla down to the next level of support at $575. Tesla news this week includes: -...

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NIKE LAUNCHES DRAKE SUB-LABEL: NOCTA

Nike has teamed up with Drake to launch a sub-label: NOCTA, which is a reference to the rapper's "nocturnal creative process." NOCTA will put a heavy emphasis on functionality as well comfort, almost serving as a uniform for the grinders, hard workers, and people who are constantly on the move and refuse to take shortcuts. 

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2020 Air Jordan 13 "FLINT GREY" Review | Resell Predictions, Hold or Sell?

Today, I've got a sneaker pickup from Foot Locker. It's the 2020 Air Jordan 13 Retro in Flint Grey. As usual, I'll give a detailed look of the shoe and close-up of all its features. I follow up with my resale predictions and if it is a good long term hold for an investment. The Flint 13s saw their first retro release in 2005 with and again in 2010 but to the displeasure of many Jordan fans, the version from 2010 did not feature reflective stitching woven into the distinctly unique textile upper. All of the flash is back this weekend when the Jordan 13 “Flints” take flight for another dance. After a series of delays related to COVID, the Air...

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