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    Default Re: Will the S Fund Rebound?

    I tried to use both EMW and VXF in Big Charts. VCF will work, EMW does not. I finally have something useable besides DWCFP to keep backtrack on S longer than 5 days! thank you Show-me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Show-me View Post
    VXF is a ETF that tracks it also.

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    Default Re: Will the S Fund Rebound?

    I posted this on my thread but wanted to ask the question here also"

    I am thinking about changing my stock exposure from 50/50 C/S to 100C based on the credit lockup. Small businesses are probably having a hard time getting credit (I saw this on someone elses thread but I don't remember who to give credit to). I would appreciate any thoughts from other members on the validity of a strong "S" bounce or not.

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    S fund has lost $4.83 in share value over the last 12 days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alevin View Post
    I tried to use both EMW and VXF in Big Charts. VCF will work, EMW does not. I finally have something useable besides DWCFP to keep backtrack on S longer than 5 days! thank you Show-me.
    Put a $ sign in front of EMW ,,,,,,, or $EMW
    http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=$emw

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    See
    http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?s=%5EDWCPF&t=5d

    this 5-day chart should include Fri Oct 3. (day of interest).

    Notice the __400 Million__ share spike in the morning before the market sold the news about the Bailout passing Congress.

    Is this a multi-billion dollar short position?

    Seeing this makes me want to stay clear of the S fund for several quarters at least -- I don't care how low it goes, even less than $10.

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    Default Re: Will the S Fund Rebound?

    Quote Originally Posted by justbizness45 View Post
    I posted this on my thread but wanted to ask the question here also"

    I am thinking about changing my stock exposure from 50/50 C/S to 100C based on the credit lockup. Small businesses are probably having a hard time getting credit (I saw this on someone elses thread but I don't remember who to give credit to). I would appreciate any thoughts from other members on the validity of a strong "S" bounce or not.
    Only the Strong Shall Survive - C Fund vs. S Fund = C Fund at least for the next month IMO. The small caps need money which they don't have to stay in business. The small caps were loaded in hedge funds who are dumping right now since their market has been called by the Banks and the panic sells.

    When you see BAC drop and Goldman drop huge the past 2 days that would make me worry about all stocks esp. the S Fund. If you notice the past 2 days the S Fund has dropped much more than the C Fund.

    I also heard a very large Hedge Fund dumped at a loss yesterday 4 million shares of stocks.
    Keep me true to my best self, guarding me against dishonesty in purpose. Semper Fidelis

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    Default Re: Will the S Fund Rebound?

    I don't have any fancy charts, analyzeeeeze info to say but I figure that since the financials were and are being beat up or down if you prefer the most, and they are in the C mostly; I would say (they)....the C will come back the fastest! However the difference between the S and C in the climb may not differ substantially over time. When I decide to move from the G...which may be soon....I'm puting in all in the C. Good Luck in your choice.

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    Default Re: Will the S Fund Rebound?

    In 2003 the S fund had a 43% gain off that triple bottom - I don't believe they (small caps) will outperform this time around. C fund has been my choice since 2004.

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    Default Re: Will the S Fund Rebound?

    Yahoo finally got their DWCPF (S fund) to reflect the correct valuations.
    Which one of you nuts has got any guts? -- Randle P. McMurphy
    ... stupidity will always find a way. -- Nnuut


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    Default Re: Will the S Fund Rebound?

    Quote Originally Posted by Minnow View Post
    Yahoo finally got their DWCPF (S fund) to reflect the correct valuations.
    What a relief! It's only down 5.6%
    Weatherweenie's Account Talk
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    Quote Originally Posted by weatherweenie View Post
    What a relief! It's only down 5.6%
    Should've given the following caveat... "it still ain't pretty!"
    Which one of you nuts has got any guts? -- Randle P. McMurphy
    ... stupidity will always find a way. -- Nnuut

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