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    Re: DreamboatAnnie's Account Talk

    Based on these charts, C is looking better than S. I have been pretty focused on S since Oct 2020 so now need to look closer at C. Thanks for putting these out - a great help (especially having the...
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    Re: Ira Epstein's Videos

    I wish when he did these, he would include the context of a moving average in charting. I believe that the moving average "smooths" the line so that it is easier to see trends and not get distracted...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Your Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 03/31/2021 is 43.29%.

    I expect to see alot of high numbers from folks this month as March 2020 losses are replaced with...
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    Re: Flalaw97's Account Talk

    Yesterday I saw that if things held, I would be over 3% for March and still had 2 IFTs, so I took it off the table. Now to decide when to get back in (I like being in on the first of the month). I...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Your Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 02/28/2021 is 39.73%
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    Re: Bquat's Account Talk

    Welcome Puttfordough! I will let Bquat explain his charts in detail, but the lines don't act as predictors like that. As I understand it, they show trading "channels" that the S fund may be in. So...
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    Re: coolhand's Account Talk

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    How much does the February 2021 chart look like October 2020 chart? Hoping we have the same kind of rebound as we did in November of 2020 :)
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    Re: coolhand's Account Talk

    NAAIM only dropped from 110 to 108, so I am hoping this is just a short correction before resuming an upward trend. Staying calm and riding it out...
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    Re: James48843 Account Talk

    TSP has an annuity calculator that shows what your balance would be depending on how much you take out each month and what return rate you think you will be able to get. Play with the numbers. Even...
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    Re: Bquat's Account Talk

    Right? It was like the clock struck noon and everybody hit the sell button...
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    Re: James48843 Account Talk

    Looks like the professionals are still in heavy too - NAAIM up from 79 to 110. VIX is still very low. Hopefully the steam roller is going slow and we will see it pick up speed in time to jump to the...
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    Re: djlc86 Account Talk

    The NAAIM jumped up from 79 to 110 so the smart money says we are headed for more gains. Riding the wave!
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    Re: Whipsaw's Account Talk

    NAAIM jumped from 79 up to 110 today. VIX is very low, Slo Stochastics show S and C still embedded, still in upward channels. I think this is another November or at least December trending up for...
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    Re: Bquat's Account Talk

    DOes "overbought" lose some meaning when we are talking about a collection of stocks, not a single stock? I was under the impression overbought was connected to the P/E ratio for the stock (Can you...
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    Re: Flalaw97's Account Talk

    So we are past that 3% gain rule for February that would cause you to think "maybe I shold get out and wait until next month" but I go back to my November 4, 2020 post and notice that November turned...
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    Re: djlc86 Account Talk

    I am trying not to focus on what I missed (bad moves in January lost all gains) and more on what I can do and what a reasonable expectation is for gains. If I can average 1% a month, that is pretty...
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    Re: Post Your "12-Month Personal Rate of Return"

    Your Personal Investment Performance (PIP) for the past 12 months ending 01/31/2021 is 35.9%
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    Re: DreamboatAnnie's Account Talk

    The reason I came looking to TSPTalk last year was that I was uncomfortable with the buy and hold approach. It seems like getting out when the big dips happen is something that in the long run will...
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    Re: DreamboatAnnie's Account Talk

    Trying to figure out whether to move to lilypad. Volatility Index (VIX) is up at 30 from 22 last week. NAAIM dropped from 112 to 83. C and S both appear to have fallen out of their trading channel...
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    Re: coolhand's Account Talk

    I have to agree that it doesn't seem like a very high reading for the "most bearish" corresponds that closely with a top. There are only three other days the most bearish reading has been at 75 or...
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    Re: Whipsaw's Account Talk

    NAAIM actually went up today from 106 to 112. I think many people on TSPTalk have said that much of it is "baked in" and folks are looking further ahead than the here and now. Most of the reports I...
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    Re: Bquat's Account Talk

    Back in the longterm channel?
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    Re: sniper's Account Talk

    I look at it like this: if I have enough money to not work when I am in my 50s, I am in much better health to enjoy the fact that I am not working. I look at my mom and my dad (before he passed) and...
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    Re: DreamboatAnnie's Account Talk

    I love DBA charts! They have all of the lines (including the slow stochastics which many don't include). Looks like DWCPF (S) continues to be embedded slow stochastic, in an upward channel with...
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    Re: rangerray's Account Talk

    Until the market starts acting unlike it has since March 2020, I am following this similar strategy. I am still shaking my head that I could have a 35% annual return when I know that having anything...
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