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Strategies & Market Trends
Playing the QQQQ with Terry and friends.
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Emcee:  Gush Type:  Moderated
The subject title speaks for itself.

PLEASE NOTE: No one here will claim to be an authority on much of anything.

Most of us have managed to find some things that work pretty well, and we are always trying to fine tune those things that we understand sufficiently.

This business is not "One size fits all" and what works well for some may not work well for others.

All posts here are strictly opinions. They are not recommendations to buy, hold, or sell.

Suggestions welcome. Those with darker agendas (e.g., spammers, pump-and-dumpers, raving foaming-at-the-mouth Yahooligans, those with vendettas of some kind, cons, people trying to drum up business for their website or whatever) are unwelcome here. Please go play somewhere else. Trespassers will be shot. Survivors will be shot again.

Please note: "Terry asks that I emphasize that he puts his pants on the same way everybody else does (one leg at a time, and on good days the left leg finds its way into the left pant leg, and the right leg into the right pant leg), that he is not the "Expert" or "Guru", that this is a forum where we help each other (so please leave oversized egos at the door where you take your shoes off before entering), and especially that he can make mistakes. We believe that the way to improve (and that is the goal) is to identify mistakes and try to correct them. That means we have to stay open-minded... and again, that we have to leave our egos at the door. And please treat others here the way you would want to be treated."


We are very serious about making coin trading the QQQQ. AND we are very serious about making coin trading Stocks when their BB's are extremely contracted and ready to EXPLODE!

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4814Hello Everyone... The GUSHMUN is back in the house!Gush21/12/2011
4813All my long positions have triggered exits. I am very short right now, but stillWalkingshadow19/28/2010
4812Now I am partially short, FWIW One of my sell limits (TQQQ) triggered at the opWalkingshadow19/9/2010
4811Currently long.....after a surge of buying volume 1-2 weeks ago, the index has rWalkingshadow19/8/2010
4810Well, I certainly agree that markets are irrational. <<<i>until thWalkingshadow18/14/2010
4809"Markets are irrational". That is a concept that you must get youProvider-8/5/2010
4808Hi MJ, I can understand the doom and gloom. Medium-term and long-term, I see noWalkingshadow18/5/2010
4807Hi Terry Appreciate your keeping the updates going on QQQQ. Doing very littleMJ-8/3/2010
4806QQQQ has bounced nicely off a critical support region defined by the 50sma and 2Walkingshadow28/2/2010
4805FWIW..... QQQQ is now hitting my upside target. Some of my long positions have Walkingshadow26/21/2010
4804Well that worked out pretty well so far. Since my last post, QQQQ is up 3%. I tWalkingshadow16/11/2010
4803Looks like you were correct.....there was a selloff after about 10/23 that saw QWalkingshadow16/8/2010
4802Put call ratio almost 2:1 for month of October seems to me repeat of September cstock2005-9/21/2009
4801Unemployment: One common theme has been that estimates of unemployment have beeWalkingshadow-6/8/2009
4800Interesting story on the steadily increasing bankruptcy filings. <b>BankWalkingshadow-6/7/2009
4799Man, I sure wish you would label all those gorgeous colors! I just can't reWalkingshadow-6/4/2009
4798From Oct 07 2002 -YTD...approx. avg... 64% < +/- 2% - commissions Long/Shortsammy™ -_--6/2/2009
4797The NASI peaked at 620 on May 11, and then proceeded to form a bearish crossoverWalkingshadow-5/28/2009
4796Here's the weekly chart for QQQQ. This also is a bearish chart, IMHO, and coWalkingshadow-5/28/2009
4795Hi stock2005, Well, that's the dilemma....sometimes when the market hovers Walkingshadow-5/28/2009
4794My point was that we are most likely in consolidation phase to move up. here is stock2005-5/26/2009
4793Here is an interesting chart comparing the bear markets in the Dow post-1929, thWalkingshadow-5/23/2009
4792RSI on my charts clearly weakening now: Message 25662151Walkingshadow-5/22/2009
4791Here's the current chart on QQQQ. My take on this chart is: 1. QQQQ broke tWalkingshadow-5/21/2009
4790Latest Neilsen Economic Current report released today shows more reason to be skWalkingshadow-5/21/2009
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