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General Discussion · picks(12-25-07)
msg #58652
1/1/2008 8:17:44 AM

.....hmm, didn't happen unfortunately, they both went down over the next four days.

Will we ever find a sure-proof method of picking winners?

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msg #58600
12/28/2007 9:57:48 PM

"i only trade stocks that move >15% a week like ldk solf and csiq which move >25% a week"

What do you use for entry and exit signals?

General Discussion · Just a Heads Up lV
msg #58568
12/27/2007 4:18:21 PM

Great trading long on this one today. Big movement up from mid 32 to near 35, went above its open at one point. (9% rise) from the low.

General Discussion · Just a Heads Up lV
msg #58543
12/26/2007 7:44:20 PM

EWZuber, thanks for posting the graphs and your suggestions.

I can see from your previous posts, that you really are a firm believer in the technical analysis 'squgglies'. I really have my doubts to be honest.

you say: " It is telling me there were a lot of sellers today"
how do you know there were a lot of sellers today? Weird. Don't know how you can possibly know that?
and, how do you know it's an accumulation phase?

If by accumulation, you mean the price is going up as people want to get into the stock, I agree. If the stock is going down, people want to get out of it. e.g., the price is moving down, I agree. There's no more to it than that. e.g., its still moving averages of the price.

Stochastic are only moving averages too.......just taking a different price point.

As for doji's, all the looking back I've ever done, I've noticed that there are as many examples of a stock going either way following a doji.

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msg #58533
12/26/2007 6:35:29 PM

hahahaha, good luck with this reqest.

General Discussion · Just a Heads Up lV
msg #58530
12/26/2007 5:50:38 PM

"I traded ESLR today,great liquidity,tight spread.You could have made money all day long with this one buying on the dips and selling up."

How do you buy on a dip, and know that its the bottom of the dip?, and, when do you know when its at the top and time to sell?

I guess, after selecting a stock, these two questions are the most fundamental, the only questions that actually matter. TRO's approach is to draw a horizontal line and sell when a target is reached, e.g., 'don't be greedy'. All the squgglies don't seem to help a lot, and I think I have to agree, no amount of squiggles seem to give me the right triggers.

General Discussion · Just a Heads Up lV
msg #58528
12/26/2007 5:17:20 PM

I traded two of these today, but can you believe it, still came out down on the day! SOLF and LDK.

As TRO says, its not the stock, but how you trade it. Every time I entered it went sideways, then dipped down and hit my stop. Obviously the entry trigger I'm using might be lacking, it was a moving avg cross-over (4 and 20 min).

Alternatively to a stop, whenever I've tried setting a target to hit on the upside, the price doesn't make it, starts coming down away from it, and I'm chasing after it on the way down to get out before it goes much lower.

Any ideas appreciated on how to enter and exit these.

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msg #58405
12/21/2007 6:41:15 PM

"The filter included a list of all the ETFs"

Using "stock is ETF" will only find you a small proportion (152) of the ETFs. There are over 600.

The symlist that was created was up-to-date a couple of weeks ago and contains most of those 600.
New ETFs are coming almost weekly.

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msg #58179
12/15/2007 6:18:38 PM

In a week when Zep rocked the world again, this is a fun video.
Imagine you are Buster, in the stock market "House of Trouble", when nothing seems to go right!
(TRO you'll like this as a blues bass player).

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msg #58029
12/12/2007 6:43:27 PM

Don't forget, this is a very incomplete list of ETFs.

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