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msg #141946
Ignore karennma
2/6/2018 10:23:56 AM

Sorry guys. I didn't mean to go "Anna Navarro" on you this morning. LOL!
Please PRAY that I didn't destroy my laptop when I spilled water on it yesterday.

@ Four,
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1,251 posts
msg #141948
Ignore pthomas215
2/6/2018 10:27:23 AM

na na, na na na na heeeeyyyyy gooodbye...for those of you thinking about real estate investment and development, XIV is a great example of why i left it. this happens in real estate investment as well. the only difference is you have no ability to exit in real estate and you watch your net worth drop. I do not recommend it, even though you will make a ton once in a while.

2,297 posts
msg #141966
Ignore Mactheriverrat
2/6/2018 3:15:58 PM

This whole thread was started showing when one should got out of XIV- One can see that when thing really went to hell in a hand basket that sellers really kicked in to see who could get out the fastest. GREED ! I'm sure there are even fund mangers who were playing XIV.

One can see XIV was going down - To me one should have been out short term long before the CRAP hit the fan!

1,251 posts
msg #141970
Ignore pthomas215
2/6/2018 4:21:24 PM

Mac, you are correct once again. and i certainly hope people dont think i am celebrating people's losses. i just think it pays to be cautious, small positions, tight stops.

7,625 posts
msg #141971
Ignore karennma
2/6/2018 5:07:45 PM

@ Mac,
Do you know how to enhance that Guppy filter by adding the flip from short to long and vice versa.
It would actually be two separate filters; one when it flips from short to long and the other when it flips from long to short.

Or anyone .... know how to write that?

113 posts
msg #141975
Ignore dtatu
2/6/2018 7:07:49 PM,26,9);STOSL(5,3);TREND;SMA(10);SMA(100);EXPMA(10);EXPMA(100)&sym=XIV&grid=1&height=500&studyheight=100

I usually use daily SAR filter to get out 1/3 to 1/2 of my position; the other half I exit on the weekly SAR
- I might filter it with thr TREND SPOTTER ( above), which is less tight than SAR.
Actually , anybody has the SF " Trend spotter" code?

2,297 posts
msg #141976
Ignore Mactheriverrat
2/6/2018 7:11:01 PM

@PT No I wasn't thinking that at all- I was just saying the the short term get out signs were there . It would have save anyone anywhere the pain of the see who could get out the fastest when XIV took a CRASH.

@Karen Not right off hand but I will take a stab at it soon!

1,064 posts
msg #142002
Ignore mahkoh
2/7/2018 2:28:54 PM

In the rearview mirror it is a lot easier to see when you should have gotten out. Problem is that on previous occasions a big red candle below the longterm guppy lines proved to be an excellent opportunity to buy.

550 posts
msg #142007
Ignore sandjco
2/7/2018 7:00:51 PM

this black swan event was bizarre leading to CS to terminate it. the spike was just plain weird.

5,087 posts
msg #142017
Ignore four
2/8/2018 8:02:10 AM

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