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   Strategies & Market TrendsHumble1 and Swing Trading Friends


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From: humble11/7/2016 11:38:42 AM
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AAII

BULLISH: 22.2%
down 2.9

NEUTRAL: 39.6%
down 11.7

BEARISH: 38.3%
up 14.6

Note: Numbers may not add up to 100% because of rounding.

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To: robert b furman who wrote (21430)1/7/2016 11:44:16 AM
From: humble1
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bob: club; yes there are houses; don't ask. :-) here's one for you and that's it for now. it is a paradise when the weather is right. this is the real way to trout fish ...


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To: humble1 who wrote (21438)1/7/2016 12:00:50 PM
From: robert b furman
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Yea ,

I did some fly fishing in Tazmania, found every tree and bush along the Macquarrie.

We use jigs and Cacahoes for sea trout in the gulf.

Never any doubt when they bite!

Good catching H1 !

Bob

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To: humble1 who wrote (21435)1/7/2016 6:04:16 PM
From: kokoro33
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mikula has also done some nice doc andrews work. his books are very, very good. but is he very, very wealthy? (not trying to be a smart azz or anything like that, just wondering).



my square of nine is a Hewlett Packard 20S Scientific Calc.

dang thing must be 25 years old.

takes A76/357 Batteries. (had to replace them last week).

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To: kokoro33 who wrote (21440)1/7/2016 6:46:22 PM
From: humble1
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understood. that's why i never use stuff like that stand alone, always in confluence and in context of sentiment, seasonals, patterns, contrary indicators, wave counts, blah.blah.blah. maybe today is a pivot, maybe not.

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From: hifive1/7/2016 7:28:17 PM
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A break lower here could take it down to 1905 then 1882, it depends on how the futures behave, could be a fun night, fri / mon is a cycle date. h5

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To: humble1 who wrote (21441)1/7/2016 8:14:50 PM
From: robert b furman
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Hi H1,

Spose you are tired from reeling in those reds all day.LOL

Today as suspected 2cs took a bigger boost than I has expected now at 121, which is above the range that dos indicated could be a point of reversal in a corrective wave of a bull market.

If you track back for an example of what kind of a reversal a 121 2 cs reading will give you a similar reading occurred in the month of march 2007.

It marked the final dip before the orthodox top of an impulsive wave that topped out 7 months later. The following corrective wave took 17 months to bottom out.5 years later that high level was regained.

Dos also wrote that a score of 117 was the low of October 2014.

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H1 don't you have some august top dates?

Bob

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To: robert b furman who wrote (21443)1/7/2016 10:07:21 PM
From: humble1
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thanks for the dos pesos updates. yes, i do have an august high pivot: 8/18/16 which happens to be a full moon and opex -1. that could change as more info comes in, but if the patterns confirm i surely want to be o-u-t going into 10/13 and 10/20.

my other major high, atsn, is 5/11ish. these two - may and august highs - happen to roughly fit dangerous patterns from years we know about.


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From: humble11/7/2016 10:21:50 PM
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The CNBC Special Report "Markets in Turmoil" Indicator


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To: kokoro33 who wrote (21440)1/7/2016 10:45:30 PM
From: humble1
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