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Filter Exchange · Correction/Bear market
davesaint86
msg #158772
3/10/2022 9:21:51 AM

Fetcher[

symlist(SPY,QQQ,DIA,IWM,SGOL,PSLV,DBC)
set{correction,high 52 week high * .90}
set{bear,high 52 week high * .80}
draw price line at high 52 week high
draw price line at correction
draw price line at bear

set{Correction_,count(close < correction,1)}
set{Bear_,count(close < bear,1)}
correction_ > -1
bear_ > -1

set{E15, ema(13) - ema(48)}
set{EMA13/48Longposition, count(E15 > 0,1)}
set{EMA13/48Shortposition, count(E15 < 0,1)}
draw EMA13/48Longposition on plot
draw EMA13/48Shortposition on plot
add column EMA13/48Longposition {EMA 13/48}
add column high 52 week high
add column correction
add column bear
chart-time 6 months

draw ema(13)
draw ema(48)
]



General Discussion · Gossett Trading & Mentoring - 2/12/22 - Review of last week's stock trades & potential stock trade set ups for the upcoming week
davesaint86
msg #158771
3/10/2022 9:06:45 AM

Here is a Deep Dip Buy trade simulation.

https://www.tradingview.com/x/0WTA8SiU/

General Discussion · Gossett Trading & Mentoring - 2/12/22 - Review of last week's stock trades & potential stock trade set ups for the upcoming week
davesaint86
msg #158770
3/10/2022 9:01:45 AM

Deep Dip Buy Trading Rules

Deep Dip Buy Trading Rules
Position Sizing / Emergency Stop
Determine how many shares to purchase and how far below our entry price will we place our emergency stop
Example $1,000 (1% Maximum Loss based on account size) / 18.41 (2-ATR) = 54.31 shares to purchase
Set Emergency Stop $18.41 below the entry price - If prices goes down $18.41 from your entry, exit the trade immediately for a $1,000 maximum loss
End of the Day Stop
End of the Day Stop Trigger = point where you entered the trade
Reason for Trade / Entry Signal = Close under close over the 200 / 250 / 300 SMA, bounce off the 200 / 250 / 300 SMA, intra-day rejection of the 200 / 250 / 300 SMA - End of the Day Stop = Close below 200 / 250 / 300 SMA
Reason for Trade / Entry Signal = Close Under / Over the 30 RSI - End of the Day Stop = Close back under the 30 RSI level
Entering a Deep Dip Buy / Position Size / Stops
1. Why are we entering the trade?
2. What is our maximum loss? (Example 1% of our total capital)
3. How many shares do we need to buy based upon our maximum allowed loss / value of 2-ATR
4. Set the Emergency Stop (Risk = 1% of Total Capital which is $100,000. So risking $1,000 / 5.35 (2-ATR) = 187 shares to purchase)
5. What is our End of the Day Stop (Close below the reason for entry)"
Trailing Stops / Rejection of 70 RSI to Take Profits
Once the price has increased by the value of 1.5 ATR, we go into trailing stop mode
Only when the price has moved the value of 1.5 ATR from the entry price you will sell ½ of your position when any subsequent price bars close below the previous days LOW.
You will then sell another ½ of the shares that you have remaining once the price closes above the 70 RSI and the subsequently closes back below and/or if the price rejects the 70 RSI on an intra-day basis.
You will sell all of the remaining shares after the 70 RSI rejection when any subsequent price bars close below the previous days LOW.
Alternatively if the price does not quite get to the 70 RSI you can exit the entire position if you get a close below the 5 EMA. (This rule is implemented if the RSI gets to at least a 65 RSI)
Trailing Stops / Rejection of the 50 RSI Reading and SMA 50 when using Under / Over 30 RSI
You will sell 1/2 of your position when any of the following 3 scenarios play out
You will be completely out of the trade if two of the three scenarios happen
1. You will sell 1/2 of your shares or the remaining shares if there is a close below the previous days low in any bars (if in 1.5 ATR TS mode)
2. Sell 1/2 of your shares or remaining shares if price rejects the 50 RSI level
3. You will then sell 1/2 of your shares or the remaining shares if the price rejects the 50 SMA level
Note: After entering a under back over 30 RSI trade and none of the previous 3 rules have triggered, then you would exit 1/2 of the position with the rejection of the 70 RSI level and then exit the remainder of the position with a close below the previous days low
Note: If 2 out of the 3 scenarios do not happen but the price goes up to at least the 65 RSI level or above but does ot quite reach the 70 RSI level, you can exit the full position with a close under the 5 EMA.
Note: If you reach the 1.5 ATR level and none of the above mentioned scenarios happen, then if price gets back to your entry level, you will exit the trade at breakeven on the remaining shares.
Intra-Day .45 ATR Profit Targets
Sell 10% of your current position whenever price moves the distance of .45-ATR from the previous day's close
Set three .45 ATR profit targets for the next day based on today's closing price. Do this daily until the trade is closed.
Example: 1st Profit Target = Today's close = $304.49 + .45-ATR = $2.88 + $304.37. 2nd PT = $307.37 = $2.88 = $310.25. 3rd PT = $310.25 + $.288 = $313.17
Place a limit order before the open of each new trading day for the 3 profit targets
If all three PT are hit, 70% of our position will be remaining. Rinse and repeat until all shares are sold.
Note: PT are offensive and TS are defensive
Importance of Confluence
Prioritize signals to take using a confluence of signals
Example - An under and back over the 30 RSI level at the same time a close under and then back over the 200 SMA level
The -3rd Keltner Channel used with 200/250/300 SMA and under and back over the 30 RSI level offers a great risk-reward setup
At the + 3rd Keltner Channel there is a 92% chance that price will go down
Do not take a 200/250/300 SMA trade if price is over the +2 Keltner Channel - at and above are restricted levels and one should not initiate new trades


General Discussion · Cheese, where are you?
davesaint86
msg #158671
2/25/2022 1:08:09 PM

Good to hear from you!

Davesaint

Filter Exchange · Swing/Trend Trader
davesaint86
msg #158633
2/20/2022 8:35:39 PM

Here are some of the rules.

Deep Dip Buy Trading Rules
Determine Share Size and Emergency Stop Loss Level
Used to determined # of shares to purchase plus and Stop Loss.
Stop Loss = Entry Price - Risk (Example: $315 - $1.70)


Trailing Stop based on MA(200/250) Deep Dip Buys
NOTE - You will have to adjust the 1.5 Line up or down every day based on ATR value which fluctuates.
* If price closes below previous day's low after reach the 1.5 ATR trailing stop level - Sell 1/2 of the position.
* If price goes above RSI(70) line and then reaches an intra-day close below RSI(70) Sell 1/2 of the position.
* Close remaining position with a close below the previous days low.


* If price gets close but never reaches the RSI(70) line exit the full position with a close under the 5(EMA)
* If price goes above 1.5 ATR trailing level and come back down and closes below previous days low, sell 1/2 the position. If it goes down further sell at moving average cross.


Trailing Stop based on RSI(30) Deep Dip Buys and a Rejection of the RSI 50 line and MA(50)
"NOTE - You will sell ½ of your position when any of the following three (3) scenarios play out.
You will be completely out of the trade if two of the three scenarios below happen:"
* You will then sell ½ of your shares or the remaining shares if there is a close below the previous days low in any subsequent bars. (***This scenario only applies when you have moved 1.5 ATR from entry***)
* You will then sell ½ of your shares or the remaining shares if the price rejects the 50 RSI level.
* You will then sell ½ of your shares or the remaining shares if the price rejects the 50 SMA level.
"* In the very rare situation of entering with an under 30 back over 30 RSI and none of the previous three rules have
triggered then you would exit ½ of the position with a rejection of the 70 RSI and then exit the remainder of the position
with a subsequent close below the previous days low."
"* If what I just discussed in the previous paragraph happens but the price goes up to at least the 65 RSI or above but does
not quite reach the 70 RSI then you can exit the full position with a close under the 5 EMA"
"* If you reach the 1.5 ATR level and only one or none of the above mentioned scenarios happens then if the price gets
back to your entry level you will exit the trade for break even on the shares remaining.
"
I have not backtested Deep Dip Buy strategy. What I like about it is the risk management. I know he uses ETFReplay to decided what to buy based on the results return in ETFReplay.

General Discussion · Gossett Trading & Mentoring - 2/12/22 - Review of last week's stock trades & potential stock trade set ups for the upcoming week
davesaint86
msg #158632
2/20/2022 8:20:35 PM

2/19/22 - Gregg Gossett video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtPj_LwwXy8&t=3555s


General Discussion · Gossett Trading & Mentoring - 2/12/22 - Review of last week's stock trades & potential stock trade set ups for the upcoming week
davesaint86
msg #158631
modified
2/20/2022 8:17:49 PM

See the answers to the right of your questions.

@Davesaint86,

I watched both of those videos, Thanks for posting the links as that guy seems to be a meticulous trader and really follows his trading plan.
Trades every day but it very prudent about it...

As usual I have a few questions you might be able to answer:

1. Around minute 49 of his feb 12 market review he talks about liking the fact that Apple is in the Value Zone but goes to indicate its not ready to be traded yet.

a. Is his Value Zone just the area between the two 1 ATR channels? - His Udemy Deep Dip Buy course does not mentioned the Value Zone. Why? I found out the Deep Dip method is only one out of five of his trading strategies. With that said it does appear that the Value Zone is between the two 1 ATR channels. If I find out something different, I will let you know.

b. Since from watching his videos I know he likes trades near the -3 ATR channel, which seems to be quite a ways from his Value Zone, what purpose does the Value Zone serve? I don't know exactly. Maybe he considers it a pullback area.

2. In his review of recent trades he's taken he discusses Daily bar trades, Weekly Bar trades and Monthly Bar trades yet in the end of his video where he goes thru his entire watchlist for possible trades next week he only focuses on Daily Bar trades. Does he have separate videos for the Weekly and monthly watchlist trade reviews? I think the week before last he discussed a monthly and a weekly trade he was in. I think IWM was one trade.

3. Do you know how he forms his watchlist? Partially. I know for the Deep Dip Buys he back tests the 250 and 200 crosses using ETFReplay.

4. In the interview video he makes some very bold claims:

a. That Average True Range/ Keltner channels indicate number of Standard Deviations from the mean, which is definitely not correct, that would be Bollinger Band channels.

b. That 92% of all price movement fails at the -3 ATR level, seems to be a very high statistic that I've never seen anywhere else...do know the source? Sorry I don't. I know Ira Epstein states that 95% time that price stays withing the Bollinger Bands and if price falls outside most of the time price will move back in with five bars.

c. That 90% of all price movements reverse at specific RSI levels again a statistic I've not seen and no source is provided. Sorry, I don't know. He stated that one can ask questions during the videos. It was my understanding his videos were live five days a week but he has since moved to a once a week video due to being hired by a firm as a trader. I'll post this weeks vide and try to find the video where he has stated he was hired by a trading firm. I did ask him about is P&L. He said he is a conservative trader and averages 12 -18% per year.

Here is his email address - gregory@gossetttrading.com

I just found this on his YouTube channel which I haven't watched yet. It is a video on his 7 types of trade setups.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmP9Elib1N4

I just found this also. He has 15 videos and talks about V1 and V2 and many other things.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmP9Elib1N4

Also, he stated that one of his three mentors was Dr. Alexander Elder.

Here is the video where he said he was hired by a firm as a trader.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naT_QGoH-h0
Thanks,
Ed S.

Filter Exchange · Swing/Trend Trader
davesaint86
msg #158603
modified
2/17/2022 2:55:00 PM

Thanks IrishPitBull! I've been gradually going through Gregg Gossett's Udemy Deep Dip Buy course and there are technically about numerous deep dip buys. The filter below depicts a better rendition of the course. In addition to the four listed Deep Dip Buys he discusses the 5 ema / 20 sma cross and closes below and back above the -3 Keltner channel. By the way, Gregg states that he trades on all timeframes including the 5-min, 15-min, daily, weekly and monthly.

I created a Deep Dip TradingView template.
https://www.tradingview.com/chart/xPr3DVpD/

What are Deep Dip Buy Set Ups?
- Deep Dips Buy Set Ups as the name implies happen when a Stock or an Stock Index has
had a significant down move towards the 200 SMA, 250 SMA or the 30 RSI level.

The 200 SMA, the 250 SMA and the 30 RSI level are some of the most widely watched
levels by large financial institutions and experienced traders and investors.
Large financial institution are interested in these levels as they offer a great Risk to
Reward Ratio. If the price closes below these levels they quickly get out for a small loss. If
they are right and the price moves up they have the potential for a large win.

The most important part of trading regardless of approach is Risk to Reward. You must
always identify strong legitimate support levels where you know that buyers will be
coming in. If you are wrong and the price level is lost then get out quickly for a small loss
and if you are right and the price level holds then you have the potential for a large gain.
The 200 SMA, the 250 SMA and the 30 RSI reading all give you a great Risk to Reward and
legitimate levels to plan your trade around.

Different Types of Deep Dip Buys
▪ Close Under & Close Back Over the 200 SMA or 250 SMA
▪ Intra-Day Rejection and close above the 200 SMA or 250 SMA
▪ Bounce at the 200 SMA or 250 SMA and close above
▪ RSI Reading Goes Below and then closes Back Over the 30 RSI

Fetcher[apply to symlist(spy,sso,ddm,qqq,qld,uwm,amzn,dis,googl,aapl,ma,fb,gs)

add column rs


set{vxxc, ind(vxx,close)}
set{vxvc, ind(vxv,close)}
set{vxvvxx, vxvc / vxxc}
set{vxxavg, cema(vxvvxx,13)}
set{eriskon, count(vxvvxx > or = to vxxavg,1)}
set{eriskoff, count(vxvvxx < or = to vxxavg,1)}
set{erisk_on, count(vxvvxx crossed above vxxavg,1)}
set{erisk_off, count(vxvvxx crossed below vxxavg,1)}
set{ervar, vxvvxx - vxxavg}




set{E15, ema(5) - ma(20)}
set{EMA5/20Longposition, count(E15 > 0,1)}
set{EMA5/20Shortposition, count(E15 < 0,1)}
draw EMA5/20Longposition on plot

draw ema(5)
draw ma(20)


set{E31, price above Upper Bollinger Bands(20,2)}
set{ABLongposition, count(E31 > 0,1)}
set{ABShortposition, count(E31 < 0,1)}
SET{ABSTRIGGER,0}
set{E35, price below Lower Bollinger Bands(20,2)}
set{BBLongposition, count(E35 > 0,1)}
set{BBShortposition, count(E35 < 0,1)}
SET{BBSTRIGGER,0}

set{E5, price above ema(5)}
set{EMA5-Uptrend, count(E5 > 0,1)}
set{EMA5-Downtrend, count(E5 < 0,1)}
SET{D55TRIGGER,0}
draw ema(5)
drawEMA5-Uptrend on plot

set{E20, price above ma(20)}
set{MA20-Uptrend, count(E20 > 0,1)}
set{MA20-Downtrend, count(E20 < 0,1)}
SET{D205TRIGGER,0}
draw ma(20)
draw MA20-Uptrend on plot

set{E50, price above ma(50)}
set{MA50-Uptrend, count(E50 > 0,1)}
set{MA50-Downtrend, count(E50 < 0,1)}
SET{D505TRIGGER,0}
draw ma(50)
draw MA50-Uptrend on plot

set{E100, price above ma(100)}
set{MA100-Uptrend, count(E100 > 0,1)}
set{MA100-Downtrend, count(E100 < 0,1)}
SET{D1005TRIGGER,0}
draw ma(100)
draw MA100-Uptrend on plot


set{E200, price above ma(200)}
set{MA200-Uptrend, count(E200 > 0,1)}
set{MA200-Downtrend, count(E200 < 0,1)}
SET{D2005TRIGGER,0}
draw ma(200)
draw MA200-Uptrend on plot

set{E250, price above ma(250)}
set{MA250-UpTrend, count(E250 > 0,1)}
set{MA250-Downtrend, count(E250 < 0,1)}
SET{D250TRIGGER,0}
draw MA250-UpTrend on plot
draw MA(250)

draw rsi(14)
draw rsi(14) line at 50
draw rsi(14) line at 30
draw rsi(14) line at 70

Set{RS1, csto + c-rsi}
Set{RS, rs1 / 2}

set{CRS1, rsi(7),1)}
set{CRS2, rsi(14),1)}
set{CRS3, rsi(21),1)}
set{CCRS1, CRS1 + CRS2}
set{CCRS2, CCRS1 + CRS3}
set{CCRS3, CCRS2 /3}

set{CRS4, weekly rsi(7),1)}
set{CRS5, weekly rsi(14),1)}
set{CRS6, weekly rsi(21),1)}

set{WCRS1, CRS4 + CRS5}
set{WCRS2, WCRS1 + CRS6}
set{WCRS3, WCRS2 /3}
set{CWRSI1, CCRS3 + WCRS3}
set{C-RSI, CWRSI1 /2}
set{RSI21, RSI(21) - 50}
set{CRSI_Bar, RSI21}
PlotType{CRSI_Bar,zerobar}

set{RSI14, RSI(14) - 50}
set{RSI14_line, RSI14}
draw RSI14 on plot CRSI_Bar

set{RSI7, RSI(7) - 50}
set{RSI7_line, RSI7}
draw RSI7 on plot CRSI_Bar

set{drsilong1, count(rsi(21) above 1, 1)}
set{drsilong2, count(rsi(7) above rsi(21), 1)}
set{drsilong3, count(rsi(14) above rsi(21), 1)}
set{drsilong4, drsilong1 + drsilong2}
set{drsilong5, drsilong4 + drsilong3}
set{drsilong, count(drsilong5 equals 3, 1)}
set{drsishort, count(drsilong5 less than 3, 1)}
SET{DRSITRIGGER,0}
draw LongRSI on plot
set{LongRSI7,count(RSI7 above the 0 line ,1)}
draw longrsi7 on plot
set{LongRSI14,count(RSI14 above the 0 line ,1)}
draw longrsi14 on plot
set{LongRSI21,count(RSI21 above the 0 line ,1)}
draw longrsi21 on plot

set{wrsi1, weekly rsi(7)}
set{wrsi2, weekly rsi(21)}
set{wrsi3, count(wrsi1 > wrsi2,1)}
set{wrsilong, count(wrsi3 equals 1, 1)}
set{wrsishort, count(wrsi3 less than 1, 1)}


set{TWRSI7, weekly RSI(7)}
set{TWRSI14, weekly RSI(14)}
set{TWRSI21, weekly RSI(21)}
set{TWRSI1, TWRSI7 + TWRSI14}
set{TWRSI2, TWRSI1 + TWRSI21}
set{A-WRSI, TWRSI2 / 3}
set{TDRSI7, RSI(7)}
set{TDRSI14, RSI(14)}
set{TDRSI21, RSI(21)}
set{TDRSI1, TDRSI7 + TDRSI14}
set{TDRSI2, TDRSI1 + TDRSI21}
set{A-DRSI, TDRSI2 / 3}
set{LongRSI21Trend,count(RSI(21) > 49 ,1)}
set{LongRSI,count(RSI14 > RSI21 ,1)}


set{CRS21, ROC(21,1)}
set{CRS63, ROC(63,1)}
set{CRS126, ROC(126,1)}
set{CR1, CRS21 + CRS63}
set{LB, CR1 /2}


set{C-RS, CR1 + CRS126}

Set{W21, CRS21 * .33}
Set{W63, CRS63 * .33}
Set{W126, CRS126 * .34}
set{rw1, w21 + w63}
set{rw-c, rw1 + w126}

set{wsto, weekly Slow Stochastics(14,3)}
set{dsto, Slow Stochastics(14,3)}
set{wdsto, wsto + dsto}
set{CSTO, wdsto / 2}


and draw Slow Stochastic(14,3) Fast %K line at 20.00 and draw Slow Stochastic(14,3) Fast %K line at 80.00 and draw Slow Stochastic(14,3) Fast %K line at 50.00
and draw Slow Stochastic(14,3) line at 50

draw macd(12,26,9)

/DETERMINE THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT YOU ARE WILLING TO LOSE/
SET{ACCOUNTSIZE,100000}
SET{RISKLEVEL, ACCOUNTSIZE*0.010}

/VAN THARP POSITION SIZING - SET THE STOP LOSS AND SHARE SIZE BASED ON LIMIT ENTRY AND AMOUNT WILLING TO LOSE/
SET{2ATR, 2 * ATR(20)}
SET{STOPLOSS2ATR, close - 2ATR}

/Trailing Stop Loss - Adjusted Based On Price Movement/
SET{1_5ATR, 1.5 * ATR(20)}
SET{TRAILSTOP1.5ATR, CLOSE + 1_5ATR}


/Profit Target #1/
SET{.45ATR_1, .45 * ATR(20)}
SET{PROFITTARGET.45_1, CLOSE + .45ATR_1}


/Profit Target #2/
SET{.90ATR_2, .90 * ATR(20)}
SET{PROFITTARGET.90_2, CLOSE + .90ATR_2}

/Profit Target #3/
SET{1.35ATR_3, 1.35 * ATR(20)}
SET{PROFITTARGET1.35_3, CLOSE + 1.35ATR_3}

/DETERMINE THE NUMBER OF SHARES TO BE PURCHASED/
SET{SHARESTOBUY1, RISKLEVEL/2ATR}
SET{SHARESTOBUY, ROUND(SHARESTOBUY1, 0)}

/TOTAL AMOUNT OF EQUITY USED IN THIS TRADE/
SET{POSITIONAMT, close * SHARESTOBUY}

/PERCENT OF TRADING CAPITAL USED IN THIS TRADE/
SET{POSITIONPCT1, POSITIONAMT / ACCOUNTSIZE}
SET{POSITIONPCT, POSITIONPCT1 * 100}

/*DETERMINE LIMIT ENTRY POINT*/
SET{LIMITENTRY, MIN(CLOSE, REVERSERSI(2,5))}

/SET THE CRITERIA NECESSARY TO TRIGGER A TRADE/
/*DETERMINE THE REWARD-TO-RISK RATIO BASED ON THE PROFIT TARGET AT RSI(2) = 90*/
SET{REWARD1, REVERSERSI(2,90) - LIMITENTRY}
SET{REWARD, REWARD1 * SHARESTOBUY}
SET{R_R, REWARD / RISKLEVEL}


ADD COLUMN SEPARATOR
add column ABLongposition{a-u-bb}
add column BBShortposition{b-l-bb}
add column separator
ADD COLUMN eriskon {Equities Riskon}
ADD COLUMN ervar {Riskon-var}
ADD COLUMN SEPARATOR
ADD COLUMN cma(low, 3) {Buy the Dip}
ADD COLUMN EMA5/20Longposition {5/20}
ADD COLUMN ema5-uptrend {EMA5}
ADD COLUMN ma20-uptrend {MA20}
ADD COLUMN ma50-uptrend {MA50}
ADD COLUMN ma100-uptrend {MA100}
ADD COLUMN ma200-uptrend {MA200}
ADD COLUMN ma250-uptrend {MA250}

ADD COLUMN SEPARATOR
ADD COLUMN LongRSI
ADD COLUMN RSI(14)
ADD COLUMN ATR(20) {ATR(20)}
add column average day range (20){ADR%}
ADD COLUMN SEPARATOR
ADD COLUMN R_R {REWARD TO RISK}
ADD COLUMN SHARESTOBUY {SHARES TO BUY}
ADD COLUMN POSITIONAMT {POSITION SIZE IN DOLLARS}
ADD COLUMN POSITIONPCT {PERCENT OF TRADING EQUITY}

ADD COLUMN SEPARATOR
ADD COLUMN STOPLOSS2ATR {ESL-2.0_ATR}
Add COLUMN TRAILSTOP1.5ATR {TS-1.5_ATR}

ADD COLUMN PROFITTARGET.45_1 {PT-1}
ADD COLUMN PROFITTARGET.90_2 {PT-2}
ADD COLUMN PROFITTARGET1.35_3 {PT-3}

ADD COLUMN SEPARATOR
ADD COLUMN ROC(126,1) {6 mth %}
ADD COLUMN ROC(63,1) {3 mth %}
ADD COLUMN ROC(21,1) {1 mth %}


SORT ON COLUMN 5 DESCENDING


CHART-TIME IS 160 days
]

General Discussion · Gossett Trading & Mentoring - 2/12/22 - Review of last week's stock trades & potential stock trade set ups for the upcoming week
davesaint86
msg #158599
2/15/2022 5:37:25 PM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2j29_L4GEQ

General Discussion · Gossett Trading & Mentoring - 2/12/22 - Review of last week's stock trades & potential stock trade set ups for the upcoming week
davesaint86
msg #158585
2/12/2022 6:55:35 PM

2/12/22 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUP1XjE1VOc&t=1s

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