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Strategies & Market Trends
Winter in the Great White North
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Emcee:  marcos Type:  Moderated
Winter is a market force, it brings us a feeling of change of year, of an ending and then a fresh shiney start, along with longer nights snuggled up beside the fireplace with the computer, a heightened awareness of tax law leading to the dumping of one's personal dogs of the year ending, some sort of weird euphoria called the Santa Klaus Rally which seems to be late this year, then the phenomenon known as the January Effect which in the case of many speckie stocks is largely the direct result of and a rebound from the tax-loss selling and might more properly be referred to as the San Valentín Rally or the Look Out Ides of March Here We Come Flood Tide since it generally carries well beyond the first month, augmented as it is by factors such as rrsp cash inflows and a vague rosey optimism that this year we're gonna get it right.

Sure, let's discuss spring summer and fall, they are but varying degrees of temporary lack of winter ... anything cyclical that acts on market dynamics - could be political cycles, for instance how markets have behaved historically in the first years of US presidents, especially republican ones ... or how about significant calendar dates, like the Real Millennium coming up [there was no Year Zero!] in fourty-five hours and fourty-one minutes.

Tax-loss selling and possible rebounds from it, that's the big one, especially following years in which so many tank so big ... Happy New Year!
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8266Last 2020 holes from Treaty Creek; lots more mineralization. Message 33130325 LoneClone1January 7
8265New drill results from Treaty Creek; Goldstorm mineralization continues to increLoneClone-12/16/2020
8264I know the problem... Still have most of my TUO too. LCLoneClone-12/10/2020
8263TUO- Still holding for the big pay out. Sold 80% of my TUD for a healthy profiClark Kent-12/10/2020
8262TUO found their third example this year of native high grade gold, this time on LoneClone-12/9/2020
8261nam10.safelinks.protection.outlook.comFrankly Speaking-11/12/2020
8260New PR re Treaty Creek -- gotta love those intercepts more than a kilometer longLoneClone-10/26/2020
8259Visible gold in first hole at TUO/DEC's Del Norte Message 32972154LoneClone-10/8/2020
8258DEC continues to get good results from their JVs with TUO. Message 32956180 LCLoneClone-9/29/2020
8257Ken Konkin. Geez, that name somehow sounds familiar.... Teuton Appoints Ken KonLoneClone19/28/2020
8256whn.v - there's another intersection below that as well, 41-57m, 2.37g/31g .marcos19/24/2020
8255WHN ... Date ET Symbol Price Type Headline 2020-09-24 09:10 C:WHN 0.95 News Rkidl29/24/2020
8254tuo.v - i still have Teuton in every account that had any before ... just not nemarcos29/16/2020
8253whn.v - upticking, .96 last, couple-month high svb.to - yeah eh, i missed that marcos-9/16/2020
8252I see a lot of you took some nice profits on TUO. I should have sold more above Clark Kent-9/16/2020
8251svb.v....doing a big consol 8 to 1 and tanking with announcement....buying at .1onepath-9/15/2020
8250You have my vote for a top 100 all time SI post.onepath-9/15/2020
8249aric.v, cvb.v, and ryr.v - quite a lot of my tuo.v proceeds went to these three,marcos-9/15/2020
8248Thank you Professor!! Makes perfect sense. Ahoy! Gilligan Clark Kent-9/15/2020
8247It's about how the Animal Spirits side of us swings back and forth, in sort marcos39/15/2020
8246edit: I averaged down so much over the ensuing the years I got my $1.50 cost dowClark Kent-9/14/2020
8245Hey, buying at $1.50 and selling at $3.50 is darn fine trading. The big winners LoneClone-9/13/2020
8244I wasn't as lucky. Way too many bought at $1.50 ish... when you take in to aClark Kent-9/13/2020
8243I bought all my TUO shares for 21 cents, so I managed to nab a 20-bagger for somLoneClone-9/13/2020
8242Yeah, makes sense. 15 bagger eh? That's good. I need $7.50 for that.... I caClark Kent-9/13/2020
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