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    can one of you please send me a tenant application? or else just text me the property manager's number. thanks.

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    Hummm... I guess I should talk about markets again....eeeekk

    Maybe pictures would be better!! They say pictures are worth a thousand words...or something like that. Notice how 13EMA crossed below 48 Daily EMA on S Fund chart Thursday last week but that cross over just happened Monday for C Fund.

    All I can say is I'm not entering until the MACD (default 12,26,9) crosses positive because I'm pretty sure that will be when the second hammer drops... I'm lucky like that!!! But all kidding aside, I think that would indicate the bottom....as I see it. Slow Stochastic and MACD (3,39,3) have already crossed positive BUT I want to see the slower MACD cross positive before reentry to e a little safer. Of course the best scenario would be to also see price move above Bollinger band mid-point and/or see 13day EMA cross back above 48 EMA before getting back in.... But then would lose out on lots of the upside...but earlier entry is riskier.


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    Last edited by DreamboatAnnie; 02-14-2018 at 01:45 AM.
    Current as of 2/8/18: G-100% /. Previous as of 1/16/18: S-100%

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    Looking at chart I keep asking myself, why did I not exit when price moved away from upper Bollinger band and started nibbling on Bollinger mid-point? oh yeah... I was using a different (seasonal) strategy. Me thinks it's time to go back to old charting strategy. .... Well will see about that.

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    Thanks DBA, you always have good things to look for. So, I'm still using the Big Charts, I guess I'll just have to eyeball the midpoint of the BB as there isn't an option for that.
    40% C, 40% S, 20% I COB 12 Jan; was 100% G COB 6 Jan; 100% S COB 29 Nov; was 100% G COB 24 Nov; was 30% C, 50% S, 20% I COB 26 Oct

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    Isn't the mid-point of the default BB just the 20 Day SMA?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cactus View Post
    Isn't the mid-point of the default BB just the 20 Day SMA?
    This is what I am looking at, 20 day looks low at this point...

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    40% C, 40% S, 20% I COB 12 Jan; was 100% G COB 6 Jan; 100% S COB 29 Nov; was 100% G COB 24 Nov; was 30% C, 50% S, 20% I COB 26 Oct

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    Yeah, that chart looks like it is using the 20 day EMA instead of the SMA. That would be lower given our recent market action.
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    Hi Cactus, That is correct. Bollinger default has mid-point set to 20 SMA. But on my charts, I typically like to use Exponential moving average (EMA) Lines because they are weighted to more current part of the period covered.

    My current daily charts use (at minimum) the 13 and 48.5 EMA settings because someone posted a very good article last year with Study that showed that these MAs was the best cross over indicators for best returns using limited transactions for longer term strategies. So, I've been trying to make sure I am out of market during those downward crossovers. Will likely post charts again tonight

    Best wishes to you and everyone!!!!!!!
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    Current as of 2/8/18: G-100% /. Previous as of 1/16/18: S-100%

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamboatAnnie View Post
    Hi Cactus, That is correct. Bollinger default has mid-point set to 20 SMA. DreamboatAnnie's Account Talk But on my charts, I typically like to use Exponential moving average (EMA) Lines because they are weighted to more current part of the period covered.

    My current daily charts use (at minimum) the 13 and 48.5 EMA settings because someone posted a very good article last year with Study that showed that these MAs was the best cross over indicators for best returns using limited transactions for longer term strategies. So, I've been trying to make sure I am out of market during those downward crossovers. Will likely post charts again tonight

    Best wishes to you and everyone!!!!!!! DreamboatAnnie's Account Talk
    So I jumped back in today with about 40% leaving 60% in G for now. Good luck everyone. Little drops here and there I can take...corrections hurt..


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    Here are daily charts. I added a 7day EMA and RSI. Looks like we are close to breaking out or going back down to test support. I'd be surprised if we don't test that bottom.
    If not, I'll jump back in next week....we'll see....

    Looks like 50% of the drop was retraced over 5 days...dang good dead cat bounce if that's what it is. So if I were in, this would be a great time to exit or reduce exposure until we find out where market is going.... But I must say it looks good...maybe it continues up??? Slow Stochastic and both MACDs sloped up AND RSI rising above 50...hummm...

    Best wishes and Good Evening!!!!!!!



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    DWCPF 2-15-18.jpg

    C Fund.
    SPX 2-15-2018.jpg
    Last edited by DreamboatAnnie; 02-15-2018 at 10:16 PM.
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    Here is the I Fund and F Fund

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    F Fund... Eeeeeeeeeek
    AGG 2-15-2018.jpg
    Current as of 2/8/18: G-100% /. Previous as of 1/16/18: S-100%

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    that F fund..what a bargain...humm? Where is its support now? Yikes..


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