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  • AvatarScott Pearcy
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    Santander is approaching the average down point of $2 a share….Just a heads up for all you Logical Investors out there!!

    AvatarMangojango
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    Thanks Scott. Yep I have been watching intently as well. I’m sure hoping we can get another average in on this one!

    Sean HymanSean Hyman
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    SAN could be in its bottoming phase of wave 2. If so, we may not snag our averaging down point BUT, it also means that we could have a nice surge higher ahead of us that takes our stock to higher highs.

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    Avatarsshetty
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    I could manage to get into this @2.12 ….

    Sean HymanSean Hyman
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    If that’s your original entry in it…do it. That would be a great price.

    Sean HymanSean Hyman
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    SAN is up 4.7% in pre-market. Could be in the early stages of its next push higher.

    Sean HymanSean Hyman
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    SAN’s up 5.5% on the day now.

    Sean HymanSean Hyman
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    SAN looks poised to potentially breakout to the upside again soon.

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    Sean HymanSean Hyman
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    SAN is likely in the earliest stages of wave 3 with a nice up-move ahead of it. Looks like it could be breaking the corrective line of wave 2 now.

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    JOHN MarinJOHN Marin
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    Good morning

    Just wanted to let everybody know that I noticed this morning that my san $2.00 limit order had expired. Just a heads up you might want to check yours.

    y’all have a good day.

    Sean HymanSean Hyman
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    Yep, good-til-canceled orders expire differently at different brokers. Most all of them let them stand on their order books for 60 days. Some are 90 days. Some may be more. Check with your particular broker to see how long your broker allows limit orders.

    Good point.

    John FreyJohn Frey
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    Thanks John. I had overlooked it. You must be with E*Trade, too.

    JOHN MarinJOHN Marin
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    Your welcome John. I’m glad it helped. I almost missed it so I figured others might too. It would have been horrible had it dipped down and we missed it. Lol

    Christiaan VlasblomChristiaan Vlasblom
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    SAN soaring in premarket with +5%. Probably because of Spanish banking merger announcements.

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    Banks leading the charge. Spain’s Caixabank and Bankia announced Thursday that they have entered merger talks to create Spain’s largest bank. Caixabank shares jumped more than 14% in early trade, while compatriot lender Banco de Sabadell surged more than 12%. Spain’s Bankinter added 6% and Germany’s Commerzbank jumped 9%.

    https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/04/europe-markets-wall-street-tech-tumble-roils-global-stocks.html

    Sean HymanSean Hyman
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    Thanks for the foreign news updates. Always appreciated. Yeah, SAN should be gearing up for a powerful wave 3 up-move. It may be in the very earliest stages of it now.

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