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alf44
2,025 posts
msg #118558
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3/8/2014 2:02:29 AM

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... I have NO way of discerning HOW you come to ANY "trading decisions" ... because you choose to go down a path of ...

MYSTERY and BRAGGADOCIO !!!

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klynn55
425 posts
msg #118559
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3/8/2014 10:55:08 AM

you might look at td ameritrades program Strategy Desk, its charting has the capability to go back months, intraday and daily.

klynn55
425 posts
msg #118560
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3/8/2014 11:15:00 AM

give an example, perhaps these strategy desk charts will fill the bill

mahkoh
895 posts
msg #118561
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3/8/2014 12:56:37 PM

If your brokers supports it you can hook up Ninja Trader. It won't provide data but can chart outside market hours.

johnpaulca
11,314 posts
msg #118562
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3/8/2014 1:04:59 PM

I agree with Shill on this cuz in a bull market ETF will continue to rise...make sense, you wouldn't have to worry about earnings, lawsuits, etc. When the market turns look out below, by the time you recognize the shift you're down 10-15 % or more...way too risky for me. Whatever works for you just keep doing it....glty

shillllihs
3,545 posts
msg #118563
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3/8/2014 4:24:27 PM

Kind of lazy today but a few weeks back FAS pre was 93.50ish, it filled.

XIV has 36.05 waiting. C 55. TVIX 6.54 on the low.

I never studied it accurately bit some highschool kid that was following me on a board
said he won his class wall street comp. using my method. He said it hit about 88%.
Maybe higher since.

I think i remember this working in a bear market. Imagine finding a 50% pullback
on a safe stock or etf & riding it. I've done this for 20% several times. And in bad times, might work
with inverse etfs.

Go look up the highest premarket price that has not had a normal hours price go above since
& see how often it happens. Could take a day, or a year.

Maybe this is why they tell you to not pay attention to afterhours.

Feel free to make a list & let us know.
There is no science to this but just something i discovered & keep in my backpocket.

johnpaulca
11,314 posts
msg #118564
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3/8/2014 6:19:46 PM

Thanks for sharing Shill, this information may be of assistance to some folks here....keep it coming!!!

klynn55
425 posts
msg #118565
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3/8/2014 7:37:36 PM

"Go look up the highest premarket price that has not had a normal hours price go above since
& see how often it happens. Could take a day, or a year".

if i could understand what you are trying to say, i think the charts on strategy desk will give the answer.

shillllihs
3,545 posts
msg #118566
Ignore shillllihs
3/8/2014 8:06:02 PM

Thanx John.

That's cool Klynn. Guess i can't express it well enough for you & others.

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