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To: chowder who wrote (7938)2/15/2006 8:52:55 AM
From: profile_14
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All Energy and Service names are bid up this morning.

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To: chowder who wrote (7940)2/15/2006 9:44:55 AM
From: Tomas
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Does WES look like the classic Cup & Handle or is my eyes.

Tomas

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To: Ian McGuire who wrote (7945)2/15/2006 9:56:07 AM
From: blind-geezer
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bastage, I thought I should be the one asking that question ...
I showed up and now gypsees and everyone else is gone ...

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From: GREENLAW4-72/15/2006 10:18:59 AM
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DBum, BWNG right on the money pal!!

As usual!!

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To: eaglains who wrote (7941)2/15/2006 12:17:31 PM
From: chowder
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>>> Does placing a tight trailing stop, say 1 or 2% under the 1/2 at T1 violate the principles of what we are doing here. <<<

No, it doesn't.

However, a 1% or 2% trailing stop won't help you if news comes out in after hours and price gaps down at the open.

Learning to take profits is an essential aspect of earning consistent profits.

dabum

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To: RealMuLan who wrote (7942)2/15/2006 12:20:59 PM
From: chowder
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>>> I will pay attention tomorrow, although I think CHK is only a hold before earning. <<<

I agree. My analysis was for a short term trade, just 2-3 days and then take another look at it.

dabum

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To: Tomas who wrote (7947)2/15/2006 12:25:42 PM
From: chowder
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>>> Does WES look like the classic Cup & Handle <<<

Yes.

Price has already broken out after the handle formed.

dabum

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To: chowder who wrote (7927)2/15/2006 12:37:09 PM
From: cyesp
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Joined you in MVK, entry 43.2.

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From: Ottrose2/15/2006 1:52:08 PM
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FOR AFTER-HOURS

Sir Bum,

One of the systems I've been looking at lately has been overlaying two MACD charts w/different parameters as a bottoming indicator. Specifically, I'm looking at the default Stockcharts parameters (12, 26, 9) and overlaying (36, 78, 27) for a longer-term perspective. I try to ID stocks that are crossing from negative to positive on the short-term histogram, and who appear to be in a bottoming pattern on the longer term graph. Here is an example (look at a week ago):

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Here's another example that is a bit more recent:

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Before venturing too deeply into this, I wonder if you or others with more expertise/understanding of TA might be able to share their thoughts on the approach. I recall years ago you speaking about the MACD crossover, but not about modifying the deafults.

Thanks for any opinions and perspectives.

O-rose

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From: fractal2/15/2006 1:52:38 PM
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Hi,
Newbie alert!

I claim to have the "Smartest Charts You Have Ever Seen". I can't get anyone to prove me wrong. It's not clear if this board frowns upon self promotion so I'm not including the full URL. It's at marketfractals.com/fract

Click on the charts for explanations. All free, no registration.

There's some discussion on a couple of other boards which are going nowhere. I can put in the URLs once it's clear to me what the policy here is about doing something like that.

Enjoy!

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