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    Quote Originally Posted by sponsor View Post
    Another negative divergence --, in the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), down volume was greater than up on Tuesday, which is a sign of distribution near the end of an advance. --
    Thanks for that observation. I hadn't noticed, but you're right on target.

    Another indicator- an arrow towards the quiver of pullback.

    O.K. Mr. Dow Jones, I'm ready for you to drop like a rock, and give me an opportunity to jump back in. (He says, wringing his hands, wondering if he missed the boat again and is stuck in the mud whilst the rest of things head north....)

    I'm patiently waiting here on the sidelines with 85% of my money, just perfectly positions to take advantage when you plunge and give me a new buying opportunity!

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    Many money managers and traders use Wal-Mart as a benchmark of the consumer and the economy. Today the numbers were negative, and the futures are negative. --


    Quote Originally Posted by James48843 View Post
    Thanks for that observation. I hadn't noticed, but you're right on target.

    Another indicator- an arrow towards the quiver of pullback.

    O.K. Mr. Dow Jones, I'm ready for you to drop like a rock, and give me an opportunity to jump back in. (He says, wringing his hands, wondering if he missed the boat again and is stuck in the mud whilst the rest of things head north....)

    I'm patiently waiting here on the sidelines with 85% of my money, just perfectly positions to take advantage when you plunge and give me a new buying opportunity!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sponsor View Post
    Another negative divergence --, in the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), down volume was greater than up on Tuesday, which is a sign of distribution near the end of an advance. --
    Or the sign of institutional investors selling and the Joe 6-packs buying. Which leaves a small portion of me still on the fence... Katie Couric (sp?) led off the news with a story on the Dow... euphoira can still carry this thing a little higher, no?


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    When you all figure it out, let me know. That will probably be the time to get off the ride - I'm staying until the C fund hits $17.00. Time Has Come by the Chambers Brothers.

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    Birchtree - what is the expected time frame of the C fund $17?

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    Erichschuette,

    How should I know, I don't have a clue. If you follow a 4-year cycle pattern it could be sometime in 2008. A $17.00 price is my way of corresponding to the S&P 500 of 1700. Do you know anybody that has a crystal ball for sale?

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    Good observation. It could well be. However, oil inventories were supposed to drop, and came out with much higher numbers than expected; but very reliable analysts in Bloomber TV indicate that this is sort of like levitation with the aid of rising fumes. I am staying put in F as a safety measure, and perhaps should consider going to G (which is almost cash). Although I have indicated my desire to continue testing a mechanical system I am ready to abandon the idea anytime circumstances convince me that it is wise to do so! If you are a buy-and-holder with a long term horizon, you should not be concerned as much. --



    Quote Originally Posted by fedgolfer View Post
    Or the sign of institutional investors selling and the Joe 6-packs buying. Which leaves a small portion of me still on the fence... Katie Couric (sp?) led off the news with a story on the Dow... euphoira can still carry this thing a little higher, no?

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    Cramer at the thestreet.com has/uses one, he may sell...

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    Talking Show-me's brain is leaking.

    I fund daily

    C fund daily

    C fund weekly

    I post this here because my main fund is the I fund but I use the C fund as my baseline. C fund is looking like it is getting to the top of the channel so I am cautious short term. Still looks phenomenal long term. Check out the daily and weekly C fund charts. See the trend? Weekly bounces of off the 50 dma and daily bounces of off the 200 dma. To me this is a very nice trend to keep playing. Everyone feel free to poke holes in my ideas. I need the help. LOL

    To me the I fund has room to grow and play catch up. If the dollar does weaken I need to be careful that it doesn't weaken to fast or US equities decline at the same time. I believe OSM will react badly to a weakening dollar but will panic if the dollar weakens and US equities decline also.

    I am really glad to see more of the "lurkers" posting. Get in here and mix it up you guys. Register and join the fun even if it's just to say hello.

    Good luck and Friday is the Labor Report.
    Socrates: "Democracy, which is a charming form of government, full of variety and disorder, and dispensing a sort of equality to equals and unequaled alike."

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    Showme,

    You are following the American New Perspective mutual fund which is a combination fund of domestic large-caps and international large-caps. The symbol is ANWPX. It's been working really well to allow someone to hedge their bets and when in sync it's explosive.

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    Birch,

    You've confused me. Could you elaborate a little bit. The symbols I use are for the S&P and EFA.

    Quote Originally Posted by Birchtree View Post
    Showme,

    You are following the American New Perspective mutual fund which is a combination fund of domestic large-caps and international large-caps. The symbol is ANWPX. It's been working really well to allow someone to hedge their bets and when in sync it's explosive.
    Socrates: "Democracy, which is a charming form of government, full of variety and disorder, and dispensing a sort of equality to equals and unequaled alike."

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    What I meant was this fund combines your investing style - an all in one. Both USA and Europe along with ASIA. It's a sweet deal.


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