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To: rdkflorida2 who wrote (209834)9/5/2020 1:44:08 PM
From: Henry J Costanzo
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ENJOY some 20 year of cannoli and chianti while you catch up with my 95+ years... YOUNG man !!!

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To: Henry J Costanzo who wrote (209835)9/5/2020 2:38:28 PM
From: rdkflorida2
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I am all in on that. LOL

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To: Henry J Costanzo who wrote (209833)9/5/2020 6:06:35 PM
From: Moonray
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Henry, I want to thank you for all your postings
to the Apple thread: Subject 6136

While I didn't always agree with your charts, I must say that
I didn't always agree with my bar and p&f charts, either.
....Not so well mentally..
Sorry to hear that.
Are you sure it is not just the weird market we have had
over this last year? I am 82 and in the last almost 60 years
of watching the market, the only one close to this was the
Y2K bubble market.

o~~~ O

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To: Henry J Costanzo who wrote (209833)9/6/2020 5:37:45 PM
From: isopatch
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Wish you the best, Henry.

At 76, not as sharp as even 10 yrs ago. The primary reason for retiring from active trading in 2012. In case my change of investment strategy, tactics & day to day lifestyle might be of use....

Completed gradually redeploying all but 3% of stock account capital (beginning 2004) to several, carefully constructed, long term, self managed, private equity portfolios. Instead of financial intermediaries like brokers or banks? I am custodian of the assets. This was possible by staying with the few sectors where expertise & insight about how to do that became clear over many decades. Finally finished that capital shift, in 2017.

Basically, the money does the work instead of me. Huge gain in quality time with kids & grand kids AWA growing some of our own food, and, caring for this large historic rural property. That plus being very far from the violence, burning, looting in our cites = priceless peace of mind.

All my best to you & your family,

Isopatch

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To: Henry J Costanzo who wrote (209835)10/12/2020 11:25:47 AM
From: rdkflorida2
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Henry, how ya doin? Hope all is well. RDK

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From: Rollocaster10/12/2020 10:37:02 PM
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Wassup sir ?

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To: rdkflorida2 who wrote (209839)10/18/2020 3:06:10 PM
From: Henry J Costanzo
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Thanks for asking, RDK....My physicals have been steadily improving...knees now able to sustain unassisted walking. Cognitive senility basically unchanged, but probably as well as should be expected at this stage of life...and in any event, sufficient to achieve market-beating best-ever growth of my portfolio this year.................

$SPX major uptrend continues to hold unbroken and intact above its underlying support area....and has just completed a falling wedge which activates a measured move up towards 3725-3730ish...well below other potential MMs which might be calculated here..

Note that the falling wedge has eased considerably an overbought market condition...and I would also note that the price of weighty, relentless, $AAPL remains highly correlated with $SPX..

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To: Henry J Costanzo who wrote (209841)10/18/2020 3:15:27 PM
From: Tapcon
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As one of your many multi-decade fans, it's good to hear you're hangin in there, Henry. From personal experience, I know that getting older is not for sissies!

Always look forward to your participation on these forums. As they say down in Missouri: "I appreciate, cha!"

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To: Henry J Costanzo who wrote (209841)10/18/2020 5:17:58 PM
From: rdkflorida2
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Great to hear. Stay well. Thanks for the market update. RDK

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To: Henry J Costanzo who wrote (209841)10/19/2020 7:39:03 PM
From: robert b furman
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Hi Henry,

Great to see you posting and even better that you are doing well.

None of us are 18 anymore. sigh

Stay healthy and I know you look forward to being with family during Thanksgiving - which is quickly sneaking up on us.

Best of health to you!

Bobr

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