Page 2 of 33 FirstFirst 123412 ... LastLast
Results 13 to 24 of 392

Thread: S Fund

  1. #13

    Default Re: S Fund

    Quote Originally Posted by Birchtree
    Check the triple bottom at the 1/06 support line before flushing.
    Hey BT, I was thinking that we may need another 1.5% down to 537 to get the last bottom. What do you think? Be gentle Iím a newbie.

  2.  
  3. #14

    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Location
    Gainesville, Florida, USA
    Posts
    24,244

    Default Re: S Fund

    I wouldn't wait to catch the absolute bottom - it's down enough to cause pain and good pricing. Go for 75% if you enjoy risk - keep 25% incase it does drop some more. The run back to 780 may be faster than the drop - leaving a good many previous owners at the station. It looks so bad it has to be golden.

  4.  
  5. #15

    Thumbs up Re: S Fund

    Thanks BT, I donít want to get too greedy and miss the train. The intraday swings in the market have made me a bit nervous. It would be just my luck to put in the transfer and have the market take off for a one day flight. Yikes! What fun

  6.  
  7. #16

    Default Re: S Fund

    The S Fund is on Steriods this week!

  8.  
  9. #17

    Join Date
    Sep 2004
    Location
    Surfing, USA
    Posts
    1,647

    Default Re: S Fund

    The S-fund still lags the C-fund and the I-fund in terms of recovery following the recent decline. I think it has a little more potiential right now than the other two, although the I-fund has been doing really well. The I fund has recovered 74% of the decline, C-fund has recovered 79% of the decline, and the S-fund has recovered only 37% of the decline.

  10.  
  11. #18

    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Location
    Tennessee
    Posts
    1,023

    Default Re: S Fund

    Quote Originally Posted by FundSurfer
    The S-fund still lags the C-fund and the I-fund in terms of recovery following the recent decline. I think it has a little more potiential right now than the other two, although the I-fund has been doing really well. The I fund has recovered 74% of the decline, C-fund has recovered 79% of the decline, and the S-fund has recovered only 37% of the decline.
    Some of the recent talking heads on CNBC say since many believe the U.S. economy is slowing they are taking advantage of the falling dollar and putting more money in over seas major markets as a defensive move. The belief of a hard landing and slowing economy is holding back the S fund back short term.


  12.  
  13. #19

    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Location
    Tennessee
    Posts
    1,023

    Default Re: S Fund

    Quote Originally Posted by FundSurfer
    The S-fund still lags the C-fund and the I-fund in terms of recovery following the recent decline. I think it has a little more potiential right now than the other two, although the I-fund has been doing really well. The I fund has recovered 74% of the decline, C-fund has recovered 79% of the decline, and the S-fund has recovered only 37% of the decline.
    Some of the recent talking heads on CNBC say since many believe the U.S. economy is slowing they are taking advantage of the falling dollar and putting more money in over seas major markets as a defensive move. The belief of a hard landing and slowing economy is holding back the S fund back short term.

  14.  
  15. #20

    Default Re: S Fund

    Hey Vector dude! Sounds like a recipe for I funding now .
    Official Retirement Date: 06-31-2014!

  16.  
  17. #21

    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Location
    Gainesville, Florida, USA
    Posts
    24,244

    Default Re: S Fund

    Try and keep an eye on the hedge fund money flows - they were responsible for the last spill - their loyalty is worth only an eigth of a point. Go where they are afraid to tread.

  18.  
  19. #22

    Default Re: S Fund

    Quote Originally Posted by FundSurfer
    The S-fund still lags the C-fund and the I-fund in terms of recovery following the recent decline. I think it has a little more potiential right now than the other two, although the I-fund has been doing really well. The I fund has recovered 74% of the decline, C-fund has recovered 79% of the decline, and the S-fund has recovered only 37% of the decline.
    MZM money is still very tight which puts growth on hold. Value is paying now but for how long? ... don't know exactly. The fed is going to have to open the flood gates if the economy shows any weakness. Then the S fund can shine again. I'll keep an eye on those monetary indicators, the one leg of the market that is lagging. The others, psychology and relative valuation, are quite strong. It's just a matter of time.

  20.  
  21. #23

    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Location
    Tennessee
    Posts
    1,023

    Default Re: S Fund

    Quote Originally Posted by Fivetears
    The S Fund is on Steriods this week!
    Since last Friday, Aug 11th. S fund up 61 cents a share vs the I fund up 56 cents a share.

  22.  
  23. #24

    Join Date
    Sep 2004
    Location
    Missouri
    Posts
    8,619

    Talking For the month of August.

    For the month of August.

    C fund.......2.21%

    S fund.......1.31%

    I fund....... 2.40%
    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."

  24.  
Page 2 of 33 FirstFirst 123412 ... LastLast

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
SPY (C Fund) (delayed)
S Fund
(Stockcharts.com Real-time)
DWCPF (S Fund) (delayed)
S Fund
(Stockcharts.com Real-time)
EFA (I Fund) (delayed)
S Fund
(Stockcharts.com Real-time)
AGG (F Fund) (delayed)
S Fund
(Stockcharts.com Real-time)

Yahoo Finance Realtime TSP Fund Tracking Index Quotes