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On this thread we discuss trading using mostly TA, with some use of FA when relevant. The special emphasis is on Elliott Wave analysis. We welcome ideas and discussion related to Sentiment, Momentum and Trend Following.

on this thread .... everyone is fully responsible for their trading decisions. It's a forum where people freely exchange views and opinions. One has to be out of his or her mind to rely on this free flowing conversation for investment decisions. It really is a free for all... all opinions are welcome - and Caveat Emptor - let the buyer (in this case, reader) - beware. Everyone is 100% responsible for their decisions. Let there be no mistakes about it. Message 31869530

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Join club EWI and read the free tutorial first. It's basically an online version of Elliott wave Principal. IMO, it is well worth the money to subscribe to EWI services for a while. Reading them regularly, for at least a few months, is probably the best and most cost effective training available. But - would not advise to follow them (or anyone) blindly in your trading. Use your own judgement. Take responsibility. Be in the driver's seat.

Always give a lot of weight to the prevailing trend. E-waves have a tendency to make you look for "completed structures" and too expect reversals. You will find that a lot more often waves will just keep subdividing in the direction of the larger trend. Big, important reversals will happen, of course.... but they're just too uncommon to make looking for them a worthwhile effort.

Watch out! Sometimes, unrelated cycles and events may appear as "meaningful" patterns.... :)
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35019GEX cut in half today. DIX up slightly. Monday should be interesting.Jack of All Trades-4 hours ago
35018Around 2890 it's definitely a S/R area. The index kept bouncing around thatskinowski-2 PM
35017Right now the move out of the march low (1?) and the move from 2785.02 to 2918 (skinowski-2 PM
35016Thanks for the picture Ski. Right now the move out of the march low (1?) and thkckip-11 AM
35015Hi ski, Lower BB and 50 ma are not far below (and both are upward trending). Probert b furman-11 AM
35014I was looking to get short this afternoon, maybe I missed it first thing this moJack of All Trades-10 AM
35013[graphic]skinowski-10 AM
35012Actually, FWIW, my preferred scenario is that it WILL extend, to make the move fskinowski-10 AM
35011On the hourly, the move from 2785 looks completed. (Which doesn't mean it caskinowski-10 AM
35010Well I agree with you that we have seen higher, if the GEX stalls that will be aJack of All Trades-9 AM
35009Yes. But it doesn't match yet the previous highs, so, there "may"skinowski-9 AM
35008SqueezeMetrics Gama and DIX data once again similar to Tuesday. The GEX is in tJack of All Trades-9 AM
35007Thanks, I got it: Nice post.skinowski-8 AM
35006Pretend that you need to copy it I guess (sorry). Did the link to the full updatkckip-yesterday
35005Thanks, it did show up... readable, but very pale -gskinowski-yesterday
35004Kckip, I wouldnt argue with any of those thoughts. They are all true. I will adscoot12121yesterday
35003Here's Jason H's update for today.....take it as it comes, wat for the ikckip-yesterday
35002Just an opinion, not arguing -g- Happiness, something to be strived for, for sukckip1yesterday
35001Erin Swenlin is a knowledgeable technician, but this time I find her bearish SPXskinowski-yesterday
35000I would respectfully submit that the basis for satisfaction is happiness. Both scoot12122yesterday
34999He isn't clear in his text. Look at the annotation on the chart. His holdinskinowski-yesterday
34998Hmm... noticed this: (but not quite so great for the broad market, perhaps... skinowski-yesterday
34997Ummm, that makes no sense. There is no sell period. For it to beat buy and hold Qone0-yesterday
34996Simple things are often the best (I replied, as "olskis1"). [tweet]skinowski-yesterday
34995Yep. XLV down 5% this week, ISRG almost 10%. Don't know much about ISRG - skinowski-yesterday
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