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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Kooc » 13/7/2020 20:56

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Re: Nasdaq 100

por NirSup » 13/7/2020 21:28

Tombo das TECH's E-COMMERCE,

Alguma razão a explicar o tombo das TECH's E-COMMERCE, hoje, nas bolsas americxanas?
Todas as ideias são bem-vindas.
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por lobus3101 » 13/7/2020 21:34

... Subida demasiado rápida do Dito Cujo !?
...Exaustão!?
 
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Navete1 » 13/7/2020 21:41

lobus3101 Escreveu:... Subida demasiado rápida do Dito Cujo !?
...Exaustão!?


Amigos, acho perfeitamente normal, alguma correcção, ainda para mais, quando subiu á maluca...
Era expectável isto corrigir, agora que começam a chegar os relatórios do que as empresas valem/facturaram no 1 semestre.
E talvez a coisa não fique por aqui, porque os indicadores estão ainda em Sobrecompra, e os suportes longe...
 
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Kooc » 13/7/2020 23:28

Há coisas que a vida nos ensina, e uma delas é nunca desprezar o poder de um bull market.

O nasdaq 100, depois de uma vela horrorosa, tem suporte na lina de tendencia ascendente que estará situada na região dos 10400.

Pessoalmente acho que há activos mais seguros para entradas curtas, mas para os mais destemidos, essa será a zona a vigiar.
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por djovarius » 14/7/2020 17:36

Um pouco de história... empresas famosas na época da bolha dot.com em 1999 / 2000

Tirado da wikipedia, dá uma boa amostragem do que se passava na época. É impressionante como poucas sobreviveram sequer ao turbilhão...

3Com: Shares soared after announcing the corporate spin-off of Palm, Inc.
360networks: A fiber optic company that had a market capitalization of over $13 billion but filed for bankruptcy a few months later.
AboveNet: Its stock rose 32% on the day it announced a stock split.
Actua Corporation (formerly Internet Capital Group): A company that invested in B2B e-commerce companies, it reached a market capitalization of almost $60 billion at the height of the bubble, making Ken Fox, Walter Buckley, and Pete Musser billionaires on paper.
Airspan Networks: A wireless firm; in July 2000, its stock price doubled on its first day of trading as investors focused on telecommunications companies instead of dot-com companies.[58]
Akamai Technologies: Its stock price rose over 400% on its first day of trading in October 1999.
AltaVista: A Web search engine established in 1995. It became one of the most-used early search engines, but lost ground to Google and was purchased by Yahoo! in 2003.
Alteon WebSystems: Its shares soared 294% on its first day of trading.
Blucora (then InfoSpace): Founded by Naveen Jain, at its peak its market cap was $31 billion and was the largest Internet business in the American Northwest. In March 2000, its stock reached a price $1,305 per share, but by 2002 the price had declined to $2 a share.[59]
Blue Coat Systems (formerly CacheFlow): Its stock price rose over 400% on its first day of trading in November 1999.
Boo.com: An online clothing retailer, it spent $188 million in just six months. It filed for bankruptcy in May 2000.[60]
Books-A-Million: A book retailer whose stock price soared from around $3 per share on November 25, 1998 to $38.94 on November 27, 1998 and an intra-day high of $47.00 on November 30, 1998 after it announced an updated website. Two weeks later, the share price was back down to $10. By 2000, the share price had returned to $3.[61]
Broadband Sports: A network of sports-content websites that raised over $60 million before going bust in February 2001.[62]
Broadcast.com: A streaming media website that was acquired by Yahoo! for $5.9 billion in stock, making Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner multi-billionaires. The site is now defunct.[63]
CDNow: Founded by Jason Olim and his brother, it was an online retailer of compact discs and music-related products that reached a valuation of over $1 billion in April 1998. In 2000, it was acquired by Bertelsmann Music Group for $117 million and was later shut down.
Chemdex.com: A company founded by David Perry that operated an online marketplace for businesses, it reached a market capitalization of over $7 billion despite minimal revenues.
Cobalt Networks: Its stock price rose over 400% on its first day of trading; acquired by Sun Microsystems for $2 billion in December 2000.
Commerce One: A business-to-business software company that reached a valuation of $21 billion despite minimal revenue.[64]
Covad: Shares rose fivefold within months of its IPO.
Cyberian Outpost: One of the first successful online shopping websites, it reached a peak market capitalization of $1 billion. It used controversial marketing campaigns including a Super Bowl ad in which fake gerbils were shot out of a cannon. It was acquired by Fry's Electronics in 2001 for $21 million, including the assumption of $13 million in debt.[65]
CyberRebate: Promised customers a 100% rebate after purchasing products priced at as much as 10 times the retail cost. It went bankrupt in 2001 and stopped paying rebates.[66]
Digex: one of the first Internet service providers in the United States, its stock price rose to $184 per share; the company was acquired for $1 per share a few years later.[67]
Digital Insight: Its shares soared 114% on its first day of trading.
Divine: Founded by Andrew Filipowski, it was modeled after CMGI. It went public as the bubble burst and filed for bankruptcy after executives were accused of looting a subsidiary.
DoubleClick: An online advertising company that soared after its IPO, it was acquired by Google in 2007.
eGain: Its stock price doubled shortly after its 1999 IPO.
Egghead Software: An online software retailer, its shares surged in 1998 as investors bought up shares of internet companies; by 2001, the company was bankrupt.
eToys.com: An online toy retailer whose stock price hit a high of $84.35 per share in October 1999. In February 2001, it filed for bankruptcy with $247 million in debt. It was acquired by KB Toys, which later also filed for bankruptcy.[68]
Excite: A web portal founded by Joe Kraus and others that merged with Internet service provider @Home Network in 1999 to become Excite@Home, promising to be the "AOL of broadband". After trying unsuccessfully to sell the Excite portal during a sharp downturn in online advertising, the company filed for bankruptcy in September 2001.[69] It was acquired by Ask.com in March 2004.[70]
Flooz.com: A digital currency founded by Robert Levitan; it folded in 2001 due to lack of consumer acceptance. It was famous for having Whoopi Goldberg as its spokesperson.[71]
Forcepoint (formerly Websense): It held an IPO at the peak of the bubble.
Freei: Filed for bankruptcy in October 2000, soon after canceling its IPO. At the time, it was the 5th largest Internet service provider in the United States, with 3.2 million users.[72] Famous for its mascot, Baby Bob, the company lost $19 million in 1999 on revenues of less than $1 million.[73]
Gadzoox: A storage area network company, its shares tripled on its first day of trading giving it a market capitalization of $1.97 billion; the company was sold 4 years later for $5.3 million.
Geeknet (formerly VA Linux): A provider of built-to-order Intel personal computer systems based on Linux and other open source projects, it set the record for largest first-day price gain upon its IPO on December 9, 1999; after the stock priced at $30/share, it ended the first day of trading at $239.25/share, a 698% gain, making founder Larry Augustin a billionaire on paper.[74]
GeoCities: Founded by David Bohnett, it was acquired by Yahoo! for $3.57 billion in January 1999[75] and was shut down in 2009.[76]
Global Crossing: A telecommunications company founded in 1997; it reached a market capitalization of $47 billion in February 2000 before filing bankruptcy in January 2002.[77]
theGlobe.com: A social networking service that launched in April 1995 and made headlines when its November 1998 IPO resulted in the largest first day gain of any IPO to date. CEO Stephan Paternot became a visible symbol of the excesses of dot-com millionaires and is famous for saying "Got the girl. Got the money. Now I'm ready to live a disgusting, frivolous life".[78]
govWorks: Founded by fraudster Kaleil Isaza Tuzman; it was featured in the documentary film Startup.com.[79]
Handspring: A PDA maker that was defunct by 2003, when it was purchased by Palm Inc.
Healtheon: Founded by James H. Clark, merged with WebMD in 1999 with a stock swap valued at $7.9 billion[80] but eventually shut down.
HomeGrocer: A public online grocer that merged with Webvan.
Infoseek: Founded by Steve Kirsch, it was acquired by Disney in 1999; it was valued at $7 billion but eventually shut down.
inktomi: Founded by Eric Brewer, it reached a valuation of $25 billion in March 2000; acquired by Yahoo! in 2003 for $241 million.[81]
Interactive Intelligence: A telecommunications software company whose stock doubled on its first day of trading.
Internet America: Its stock price doubled in a day in December 1999 despite no specific news about the company.
iVillage: On its first day of trading in March 1999, its stock rose 255% to $84 per share.[82] It was acquired by NBC for $8.50 per share in 2006 and shut down.
iWon: Backed by CBS, it gave away $1 million to a lucky contestant each month and $10 million in April 2000 on a half-hour special program that was broadcast on CBS.[83]
Kozmo.com: Founded by Joseph Park, it offered one-hour local delivery of several items with no delivery fees from March 1998 until it went bust in April 2001.[84]
Lastminute.com: Founded by Martha Lane Fox and Brent Hoberman, its IPO in the United Kingdom on March 14, 2000, coincided with the bursting of the bubble.[85] Shares placed initially at 380p sharply rose to 511p, but had collapsed to below 190p by the first week of April 2000.[86]
The Learning Company: Owned by Kevin O'Leary, it was acquired by Mattel in 1999 for $3.5 billion and sold a year later for $27.3 million.[87]
Liquid Audio: Despite its stock doubling in value on its first day of trading in July 1999, its technology was obsolete by 2004.
LookSmart: Founded by Evan Thornley, its value rose from $23 million to $5 billion within months, but it lost 99% of its value as the bubble burst.
Lycos: Founded by Michael Loren Mauldin, under the leadership of Bob Davis, it was acquired by Terra Networks for $12.5 billion in May 2000.[88] It was sold in 2004 to Seoul, South Korea-based Daum Communications Corporation for $95.4 million.[89]
MarchFirst: A web development company formed on March 1, 2000, by the merger of USWeb and CKS Group, it filed forbankruptcy and liquidation just over a year after it was formed.
MicroStrategy: After rising from $7 to as high as $333 in a year, its shares lost $140, or 62%, on March 20, 2000, following the announcement of a financial restatement for the previous two years by founder Michael J. Saylor.[37]
Net2Phone: A VoIP provider founded by Howard Jonas whose stock price soared after its 1999 IPO.[90]
NetBank: A direct bank, its stock price per share fluctuated between $3.50 and $83 in 1999.[91]
Netscape: After a popular IPO, it was acquired by AOL in 1999 for $4.2 billion in stock.
Network Solutions: A domain name registrar led by Jim Rutt, it was acquired by Verisign for $21 billion in March 2000, at the peak of the bubble.
NorthPoint Communications: Agreed to a significant investment by Verizon and a merger of DSL businesses in September 2000; however, Verizon backed out 2 months later after NorthPoint was forced to restate its financial statements, including a 20% reduction in revenue, after its customers failed to pay as the bubble burst. NorthPoint then filed for bankruptcy. After lawsuits from both parties, Verizon and NorthPoint settled out of court.[92]
Palm, Inc.: Spun off from 3Com at the peak of the bubble, its shares plunged as the bubble burst.
Pets.com: Led by Julie Wainwright, it sold pet supplies to retail customers before filing for bankruptcy in 2000.[43]
PFSweb: A B2B company whose stock price doubled after its IPO.
Pixelon: Streaming video company that hosted a $16 million dot com party in October 1999 in Las Vegas with celebrities including Chely Wright, LeAnn Rimes, Faith Hill, Dixie Chicks, Sugar Ray, Natalie Cole, KISS, Tony Bennett, The Brian Setzer Orchestra, and a reunion of The Who. The company failed less than a year later when it became apparent that its technologies were fraudulent or misrepresented. Its founder had been a convicted felon who changed his name.
PLX Technology: Shares rose fivefold within months of its IPO.
Prodigy: An ISP whose stock price doubled on its first day of trading.
Pseudo.com: One of the first live streaming video websites, it produced its own content in a studio in SoHo, Manhattan and streamed up to 7 hours of live programming a day on its website.[93]
Radvision: A videotelephony company, its stock price rose 150% on its first day of trading.
Razorfish: An Internet advertising consultancy, its stock doubled on its first day of trading in April 1999.[94]
Redback Networks: A telecommunications equipment company, its stock soared 266% in its first day of trading, giving it a market capitalization of $1.77 billion.[95]
Register.com: A domain name registrar, its stock soared after its IPO in March 2000, at the peak of the bubble.
Ritmoteca.com: One of the first online music stores selling music on a pay-per-download basis and an early predecessor to the iTunes business model. It pioneered digital distribution deals as one of the first companies to sign agreements with major music publishers.[96]
Startups.com: "Ultimate dot-com startup" that went out of business in 2002.[97]
Steel Connect (formerly CMGI Inc.): a company that invested in many Internet startups; between 1995 and 1999, its stock appreciated 4,921%, but declined 99% when the bubble burst.[98]
Savvis: A fiber optic company.
Terra Networks: A web portal and Internet access provider in the US, Spain and Ibero-America. After its November 1999 IPO, its shares skyrocketed from an initial price of €11 to €158 in just three months. The price then sunk under €3 in a matter of weeks. In February 2005, the company was acquired by Telefónica.
Think Tools: One of the most extreme symptoms of the bubble in Europe, this company reached a market valuation of CHF2.5 billion in March 2000 despite no prospects of having a product.[97]
TIBCO Software: Its stock price rose tenfold shortly after its 1999 IPO.
Tradex Technologies: A B2B e-commerce company, it was sold for $5.6 billion at the height of the bubble, making Daniel Aegerter a billionaire on paper.
Transmeta: A semiconductor designer that attempted to challenge Intel, its IPO in November 2000 was the last successful technology IPO until the IPO of Google in 2004. The company shut down in 2009 after failing to execute.
uBid: An online auction site founded in 1997 as a subsidiary of PCM, Inc. that went public in December 1998 at $15 per share before its stock price soared to $186 per share, a market value of $1.5 billion.
United Online: An ISP formed by the merger of NetZero and Juno Online Services as the bubble burst.
Usinternetworking Inc: Its stock price rose 174% on its first day of trading.
UUNET: One of the largest Internet service providers, its stock price soared after its 1995 IPO; it was acquired in 1996.
Verio: A web hosting provider, it was acquired for $5 billion at the peak of the bubble.
VerticalNet: A host of 43 business-to-business (B2B) procurement portals that was valued at $1.6 billion after its IPO, despite having only $3.6 million in quarterly revenue.[99]
Vignette Corporation: Its stock rose 1,500% within months after its IPO.
WebChat Broadcasting System: the largest and most popular online chat, interactive and event network with around 3 million registered users, it was purchased by Infoseek in April 1998 for approximately $6.7 million; Go.com acquired Infoseek later in 1998, and closed WebChat in September 1999.
Webvan: An online grocer that promised delivery within 30 minutes; it went bankrupt in 2001 after $396 million of venture capital funding and an IPO that raised $375 million and was folded into Amazon.com.[100]
World Online: a Netherlands-based internet service provider, it became a public company on March 17, 2000 at a €12 billion valuation, the largest IPO on the Euronext Amsterdam, and the largest European Internet company IPO.
Yahoo!: A company that, under the leadership of Timothy Koogle, Jerry Yang, and David Filo acquired several companies for billions of dollars in stock, only to shut them down a few years later.


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Re: Nasdaq 100

por xxx...talha bestas...xxx » 14/7/2020 23:22

próxima paragem 11.500 a caminho dos 12.000
bolha, qual bolha. novo paradigma...
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Artista Romeno » 14/7/2020 23:38

xxx...talha bestas...xxx Escreveu:próxima paragem 11.500 a caminho dos 12.000
bolha, qual bolha. novo paradigma...

Essa treta do novo paradigma e a treta mais ouvida no mercado
As opiniões expressas baseiam-se essencialmente em análise fundamental, e na relação entre o valor de mercado dos ativos e as suas perspectivas futuras de negocio, como tal traduzem uma interpretação pessoal da realidade,devendo como tal apenas serem consideradas como uma perspetiva meramente informativa sobre os ativos em questão, não se constituindo como sugestões firmes de investimento
 
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por manchini » 15/7/2020 0:01

Artista Romeno Escreveu:
xxx...talha bestas...xxx Escreveu:próxima paragem 11.500 a caminho dos 12.000
bolha, qual bolha. novo paradigma...

Essa treta do novo paradigma e a treta mais ouvida no mercado

Boas,

O paradigma neste momento é aumentar o PER, aumentar o lucro é mais tarde, se vier...

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E no final do dia a quantidade de ações no mercado é a mesma...
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Kooc » 15/7/2020 0:03

Eu ontem avisei. Resistencias /suportes e linhas de tendencia são de facto poderosas. Uma entrada sem medo na LT daria bons resultados.
Se eu o fiz? Não, que achei que iria por aí abaixo. Quando parar de achar, serei um investidor de sucesso. Até lá, vou derretendo contas :wall: :wall:
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por NirSup » 15/7/2020 13:04

Pandemia? COVID-19? O que é isso?

Alinhamento perfeito para mais um dia em grande nas bolsas americanas. Contra tudo e contra todas as previsões.
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Kooc » 17/7/2020 22:01

Sem alterações.
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por xxx...talha bestas...xxx » 20/7/2020 18:49

os 11000 pts ali ao lado...
do you wanna go for 12000 :lol:
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Àlvaro » 20/7/2020 21:28

Talha, aqui era mais ou menos evidente, o acordo europeu voltou a animar isto e sim, vai passar de novo os 11 mil pontos. Quanto mais entram curto, mais levam. Ferros curtos só em casos extremos. E, ainda assim... todo o cuidado é pouco. E por cá veremos se não vamos diretos aos 5000 pontos. :lol:
 
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Kooc » 20/7/2020 22:16

Novo máximo em fecho, e a preparar novos máximos. Entradas curtas só para masoquistas.
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Kooc » 26/7/2020 18:57

Bom, quando estava tudo a preparar.se para novos máximos, eis que quebra a LT que vinha desde o início da recuperação. Não são boas notícias e seria normal assistir a correcções mais significativas. O facto de a subida ter sido feita sem respirar, não fornece, agora, muitas zonas de suporte. Eu arrisquei um, mas vale o que vale.
No entanto, estamos a falar de um indice e de uma situação nos mercados, que já deram provas de conseguirem muito facilmente entalar os ursos, pelo que algumas cautelas são aconselháveis.
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por BearManBull » 28/7/2020 0:01

Talvez em formação.

Boa análise Kooc, estou de acordo mas como dizes no NAS os ursos é bom que tenham pelo no lombo.
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Kooc » 29/7/2020 19:32

Gráfico de 4 horas do nasdaq100.
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Kooc » 30/7/2020 23:16

Os CFD do nasdaq, devido ao fecho mais cedo do que os futuros, abriram com um gap de 200 pontos. Depois de na semana passada ter quebrado a linha de tendencia ascendente e de se colocar a jeito para algumas quedas, rapidamente recuperou e está a cerca de 1,5% de novos máximos. Há de facto coisas melhores para entrar curto....
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por NirSup » 31/7/2020 13:43

Tudo se conjuga para mais um dia em grande nas bolsas americanas. Com a Apple, FB e Amazon a serem as estrelas da companhia.
As que deram melhores provas no Congresso Americano?
Na bolsa, não é a fé que nos salva mas o bom senso. A fé apenas nos conforta
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Àlvaro » 1/8/2020 12:03

Em condições ditas normais esta notícia daria uma pazada gigantesca no Nasdaq, mas nas atuais condições até poderá levá-lo a máximos já na segunda feira. Os bancos não estão dispostos a pagar entradas curtas e parecem dispostos a comprar até ao céu: :P

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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Ulisses Pereira » 2/8/2020 16:39

Trump apenas confirmou o que os membros da sua Administração têm dito nas últimas 2 semanas em relação ao TikTok. por isso, não percebo porque é que Segunda-feira o mercado haveria de reagir, em relação a uma empresa que não está sequer cotada em Bolsa e não é americana. Além disso, estamos a 3 meses do fim do mandato do Trump, portanto isto não vai ser sequer um indício do futuro da política americana pois o presidente, provavelmente, irá mudar, com as casas de apostas já a atribuirem apenas 35% de probabilidade de vitória a Trump.
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Àlvaro » 2/8/2020 17:45

Ulisses o que dizes faz sentido, mas repara que a Microsoft já voltou atrás. O facto de Trump estar a perder nas sondagens é só mais uma incerteza para o futuro o que, cá está, em condições normais, seria penalizador. Para ir direto ao assunto: penso mesmo que a ideia é virar de vez o jogo nas tecnológicas e, como sabes, o melhor modo de o fazer é levá-las à estratosfera. A minha dúvida é se para virar o jogo será necessário um pretexto tipo taxação da Europa. Talvez... por outro lado isso daria argumentos a Trump ao estilo do vírus chinês. Em qualquer dos casos, assim que voltar a sobrecompra é tentar mais um ferro curto. Tenho usado esse modo: só em sobrecompra extrema no diário. Coisa "toca e foge" que o bicho parece um foguete. Isto pode parecer contraditório com a aposta na Impresa, mas para mim faz sentido. A Impresa e os média em geral têm sido abusivamente comidos pelas gigantes tecnológicas e para os democratas esse modo de arrastão de fazer a revolução tecnológica é socialmente demasiadamente violento.
 
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Re: Nasdaq 100

por PC05 » 2/8/2020 19:11

Trump to take action on Chinese software firms in the coming days: Pompeo

President Donald Trump will announce new action “in the coming days” related to Chinese software companies that his administration views as a threat to U.S. national security, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday.

Pompeo said on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures” that Trump would make an announcement on the matter “shortly.”

Pompeo’s comments come after Trump said on Friday that he would ban TikTok, the Chinese-owned short form video app, via executive action.



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Re: Nasdaq 100

por Kooc » 3/8/2020 18:14

O Nasdaq 100 encostado a novos máximos (já feitos). Para os corajosos, shorts, é agora :roll:
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