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    Default Timing is everthin!

    Not really charting and being luck is
    part of everything, the the other is
    paying attention to. World news
    I expect to see a run up to 718 or 719
    for the S fund and then a retreat
    we will see next week


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    Default Re: Timing is everthin!

    Quote Originally Posted by rcadawg View Post
    Not really charting and being luck is
    part of everything, the the other is
    paying attention to. World news
    I expect to see a run up to 718 or 719
    for the S fund and then a retreat
    we will see next week
    Hi and Welcome, rcadawg

    Can we call you "nipper" ?
    100% see the tracker, dog tired of changing this [/SIZE]Quis, quid, quando, ubi, cur, quem ad modum

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    rcadawg, welcome aboard.
    May the force be with us.

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    Default Re: Timing is everthin!

    Quote Originally Posted by FAB1 View Post
    Can we call you "nipper" ?
    Or maybe "Suzy the 'lil nipper"?

    And may I suggest an avatar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcadawg View Post
    Not really charting and being luck is
    part of everything, the the other is
    paying attention to. World news
    I expect to see a run up to 718 or 719
    for the S fund and then a retreat
    we will see next week
    Welcome to the MB rcadawg, seems the "S" is at 720.14 5.51 (0.77%) Close of Business Thursday so the first part of your prediction is correct, we shall see.
    Best of luck
    Norman

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    Buster!! Really!! "WHAT ARE YOU DOING" Really!!
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    Default Re: Timing is everthin!

    Dec. 11, 2012, 6:00 a.m. EST
    The missing link of investing

    Commentary: Science may explain why we trade

    SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — When asked why we trade, many of us would answer with traditional, rational responses.
    We see an undervalued company. We like a business, a brand or a strategy.
    Or, it’s the flip side: We’re selling because we may think the fundamentals point to trouble. We see an investment that looks overvalued.
    We even may understand that what underlies those explanations is the powerful and universal influence of fear and greed.
    So it’s no surprise that most of us follow the herd. But what about the outliers? These are the people who stay calm when there’s a panic. They panic when there’s too much calm. They’re the contrarians. Sometimes their moves result in remarkable success. Other times, they get wiped out. [more]
    The missing link of investing - David Weidner's Writing on the Wall - MarketWatch
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