Wednesday, 17 June 2015

ASX 200 short term trend is down, testing resistance

S&P 500 squeezed between short term down trend line and support


EUR/USD forming triangle between resistance and short term up trend line


Here I am in a fried-out economy, walking dead from debt, it's a zombie...

 

Here I am in a fried-out economy

Walking dead from debt, it's a zombie

I met a strange lady, she made me nervous

She took me in and gave me breakfast

 

And she said: 

"Do you come from a land down under?

Where bubbles blow and pollies plunder

Can't you, can't you hear the thunder?

You better run, you better take cover

 

Buying bread from a man in Brussels

He was six foot four and full of muscle

I said, "Do you speak-a my language?"

He smiled "Mate all that's left is a shit sandwich"

 

And he said:

"I come from a land down under

we used to make stuff, but no longer

Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?

You better run, you better take cover"

 

Lying in a den in Bombay

With a slack jaw and not much to say

I said to the man, "Are you trying to tempt me?

Truly, Oz still is the land of plenty." 

 

And he said:

"Oh, you come from a land down under?"

(Oh yeah, yeah)

"Where bubbles blow and pollies plunder?

Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?"

(Oh)

"You better run, you better take cover"

 

'Cause we are livin' in a land down under

Where bubbles blow and pollies plunder

(Yeah)

Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?

(Thunder)

You better run, you better take cover

 

Livin' in a land down under

Where bubbles blow and pollies plunder

Can't you hear, can't you hear the thunder?

(Ooh yeah)

Then I run and then I take cover

(Yeah)

 

We are livin' in a land down under

Where bubbles blow and pollies plunder

Can't you, can't you hear the thunder?

Then I run then I take cover

 

Livin' in a land down under

(LIvin' in a land down under)

 


(Apologies to Men At Work and anyone who made it this far ;-) ... The original song randomly came through by iPod's headphones earlier today, and my brain immediately started substituting some different lyrics. Quite amazing how well the original chorus lyrics reflect the current national mood, it really does feel like there is a storm on the horizon for Australia)