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Over the years I have developed a multi-indicator scoring system for technical analysis. Using 8 indicators (2 that include subsets of 3 each) I assign each a value of 1 to 7 based on a practiced and objective interpretation. I will not be teaching this system on SI since that would be too cumbersome. Every week I post a list of 8 or more stocks that score 50 or higher on the long side (when the market turns bearish I will invert the scoring system and go short). Stocks with a score of 50 or more have a tendency to just go off. Some do 15% in a week, some double in a month. A few will go nowhere.
I would GREATLY APPRECIATE any timely, accurate fundamental information from anyone who cares to contribute.
I will take some requests by e-mail but I cannot promise I will get to them all.
The first list is on Post#1.
I'm going to add two links for anyone that is interested in learning more about trading and trading discipline. The site is one of the best on the web IMHO and it has almost to much information but at least you can chose your own.
Both are by Mark Douglas, first one I would recommend is Trading in The Zone ..
Next would be The Disciplined Trader ..
If trouble with that one here's another ...
Enjoy and good trading ...
I felt it necessary to share a few words from a press conference on May 24th. where Mr. Biden basically admitted there are no gas / diesel shortages and that we are being forced into the new green energy.
"At a press conference following a meeting in Japan with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, the President seemed to frankly admit that high gasoline and diesel prices are just part of the overall plan for the transition to renewables."
Now what was that Boston Tea Party all about anyway??
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