Strategies & Market Trends : Timing the Trade the Wyckoff Way

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To: coferspeculator who wrote (14128)9/8/2017 8:01:46 AM
From: TedPunts  Read Replies (1) of 14196
The buying decisions aren't hard, at least for me they haven't been for the past several years. The rules for buying are simple to implement in my opinion.

For me, the hardest decision for several years involved holding onto shares. There's no question that the big gains are made during those six to twelve month periods you mention but holding onto shares during the reactions and trading ranges when the market was pulling back wasn't easy.

While the selling rules have proven a good way to keep from closing out a good position, it's been the idea titled in last night's report that has strengthened my resolve to hold. As long as I see the bullish flow, I've found most of the shares should be held onto.

It appears repeatedly in the top performing stocks and it's very obvious. It's there in last night's review of the ideas that are up 322%, 294%, 264%, 134% and 112%. It's there in the dozens of other strong performers.

The idea is at the top of my checklist and as long as I see the flow I'm not going sell out of a position.

Any thoughts?

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