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To: RealMuLan who wrote (189)12/22/1998 1:42:00 PM
From: Loren
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To All...

Here's my look at Dell's TA. I'm new to this thread, not new at all to SI or TA...

Weekly Data: MACD histogram gave a new buy signal this week... a 'new' uptrend has been established. ADX disagrees somewhat... the indicator is not high enough to denote a 'strong' trend.

Daily Data: Stochastic hitting classical overbought territory. RSI approaching same area. Could easily correct during next 2-3 trading days.

So... trend indicators indicate new trend, fueled by buying which has put DELL in short term overbought situation.

What I'm doing: long, holding tight. I tend to buy/sell based on the WEEKLY data, rather than the daily. So I'm riding the trend.

Loren

P. S. Regards to Brookelise... recognized you from the Quotes Plus thread, which I used to visit...!

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To: RealMuLan who wrote (191)12/22/1998 2:05:00 PM
From: TechTrader42
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I agree with you about the pullback. However, there's something else interesting about those bands. Notice how breakouts occur when the bands contract. The bands are somewhat contracted now, so while I believe the stock's in for a short-term pullback, it could move higher after that. But the contraction in the bands can also signal a breakout to the downside. With a stock like DELL, which is trending up over the long term, this is less likely.

Brooke

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To: TechTrader42 who wrote (193)12/23/1998 2:28:00 AM
From: Chihcheng Hsu
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I am new to this thread but seems people here is calm in playing
DELL. I like that.

I agree with the pullback and we could pull back to around 69-70
as measured by fibonacci retracement for the run from 65 to 73.

We should see new high in January.

CH

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To: Rob L. who wrote (188)1/13/1999 12:04:00 PM
From: JRI
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Anyone out there want to argue that the latest technical action (last month or so) in Dell is anything less than bullish.....Amateur TA guy here....TIA?

If the comeback from this morning holds, that's got to be a bullish sign, no?

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To: JRI who wrote (195)1/13/1999 1:05:00 PM
From: Rob L.
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I will. Uptrend has been broken and there are still gaps in the 64 to 68 range. Dell has a good history of filling its gaps. Does not mean this can't go higher. However, I like to play the percentages. I look for the 64-68 gaps to be filled at some point but cannot predict when. I will reevaluate when gaps are filled. There are better buys out there right now than this one IMO of course.

Good Luck

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To: Rob L. who wrote (196)1/24/1999 9:02:00 PM
From: E. Davies
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It looks as though my big picture prediction for DELL is right on track so far. We have in January broken out of a long consolidation and are due for roughly 6 months of generally steady upward movement if we are to stay on the long term trendline and patterns.
Message 6886828
Eric

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To: E. Davies who wrote (181)1/30/1999 9:44:00 AM
From: Jeffrey E. Klein
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To: E. Davies,
At this point, I assume you are still very bullish on Dell's potential price performance over the next 6 months.

--jeff

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To: Jeffrey E. Klein who wrote (198)1/30/1999 11:24:00 AM
From: E. Davies
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At some level I am amazed myself at how accurate that post is turning out to be. On the other hand its really only DELL that is so amazing because it is so predictable long term.
DELL 200 by June seems a lot more easy to imagine now than when I made that prediction with DELL at 66.
Very short term I think that DELL is overbought as it has risen well over its moving averages. At some level I hope that it is overbought because I made the mistake of selling Feb 95 calls against my position last week when DELL was below 80, and sold my trading shares @90.
I guess maybe "never sell dell" applies even to way out of the money covered calls.
Time to "buy more dell".
Eric

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To: JRI who wrote (195)1/30/1999 12:04:00 PM
From: CRICKET
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John,
TA is only half of the picture. The other half is knowing where DELL is in it's rhythm, historical pattern in relation to current environment.
This stock has quite a ways to climb before earnings 16 Feb., IMHO.

Cricket

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To: CRICKET who wrote (200)2/16/1999 1:12:00 AM
From: Al Cano
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Any additional information??? Dell will continue to surprise the street as usual. They will continue until the YK2 problem is over.
Technical charts for other stocks are looking good. However, any negatives on Dell's performance will upset the whole market. I am surprise that one stock has so much influence on the market. (Does Dell have Greenspan as a Board of Director???? :) joking....)

Regards,

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