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karennma
8,035 posts
msg #157734
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10/2/2021 7:11:22 AM

@ Cheese,
re: "Please share some of your seminar notes if you took any,
or any link to the seminar if or when it's posted on YouTube."
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Mr. Worden and the lead instructor gave the seminar. No BS -- only 30 minutes.
These guys don't play and get right to the point.
It's a scanner function. So, you should have the software to see the graphs.

Anyway, the scanner finds the % of stocks from various watchlists that are above and below the 50 and 200-day simple moving average.
The results (%) appear on a graph that can be displayed in multiple time frames.

I realize you can do a similar sort on SF (show stocks above or below etc ...) , but I don't think the % can be automatically calculated, which made the scan so good. You can scroll thru any time frame and it's like having a crystal ball. (Tee hee .. well sort of.)
If TC2K has a Youtube channel, you should definitely look out for that video.






snappyfrog
423 posts
msg #157735
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10/2/2021 8:12:16 AM

Mactheriverrat
BTW- I'm retired from working on the River as of Sept 8th. I'm enjoying it.
***********

Congratulations on retirement. Enjoy it to the fullest!

Cheese
1,289 posts
msg #157739
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10/2/2021 1:43:04 PM

https://www.stockfetcher.com/forums/General-Discussion/Let-s-Play-The-Falling-Knife-Game/156318/110
karennma 10/2/2021 7:11:22 AM

the scanner finds the % of stocks from various watchlists that are above and below the 50 and 200-day simple moving average.The results (%) appear on a graph that can be displayed in multiple time frames.
I realize you can do a similar sort on SF (show stocks above or below etc ...) , but I don't think the % can be automatically calculated, which made the scan so good. You can scroll thru any time frame and it's like having a crystal ball.
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karennma
THANK YOU for the idea !


Mactheriverrat
2,760 posts
msg #157741
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modified
10/2/2021 2:03:55 PM

@ Karen
Thank you! No hobbies yet maybe grow a small garden next spring. Love working outside in the yard. Just being home is great . No more traveling from Little Rock, AR to St Louis, MO or back every 28 days.

@snappyfrog
Thank you very much!! I think I'm going to enjoy it very much!!!!

The last picture of my Boat at the St paul, MN city front. I will miss her and the crew that I rode with. Good people!!!
PROSPERITY


karennma
8,035 posts
msg #157742
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10/2/2021 2:31:28 PM

@Mac,
Wow! What a life!


Mactheriverrat
2,760 posts
msg #157743
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10/2/2021 3:12:54 PM

A video of her taken about 5 year's ago.


karennma
8,035 posts
msg #157746
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10/2/2021 5:22:06 PM


I can't imagine living like that - too good to be true.
Whewww!
I was Mesmerized ... !


wcurtis
52 posts
msg #157749
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10/2/2021 7:12:05 PM

Congratulations Mac !!
Retirement is a different situation than anything else a person can imagine. The best thing is everyday is a Saturday. The downside is ya never get a raise. It takes about 2 months to get into the idea. Don't sit around a lot. Buy some worthless stock, shut the computer off and take a walk. You've got time now to make some more good friends, some real interesting friends. Don't worry about the money ( unless you trade like me ) . I've learned many good things from you here in S F . I wish you all the best !


shillllihs
5,677 posts
msg #157750
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10/2/2021 7:38:27 PM

Congrats Mac
So you live in Illinois right? How fast would that thing go and would you be on it 24 a day?

Mactheriverrat
2,760 posts
msg #157751
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modified
10/2/2021 8:02:05 PM

Thanks All.

@Shillihs
I did work on the Illinois and Upper Mississippi Rivers. I live out in the country just south of Little Rock. AR . I did travel to St louis , MO which was my home port. Those boats average about 5 MPH with 15 loaded barges of corn , soybeans , salt , fertilizer, steel, sand, ethanol, fuel and anything in bulk, 15 barges about 22000 ton's.
24 hours a day for 28 days then 28 day at home. 6 hours on watch and 6 hours off watch.

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