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TheRumpledOne
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12/12/2007 7:21:30 PM

LMAO!!

Ask the hunter if he chased them.

miketranz
671 posts
msg #58050
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12/13/2007 12:39:14 AM

Avery,the two rabbits make sence to me.Its called the power of focus.I've been in the arts since the 80's.Google:Professor Edward A.Brown,who I study under.Anyway,I just listened to your interview,very good stuff.Its nice of you to share your thoughts and trading skills with us.Mike.......

chip
67 posts
msg #59378
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1/29/2008 5:42:15 PM

I know this thread is 4 weeks old now, but I just have to say that TRO has taught me more than I could have ever hoped for. I've known him only 6 weeks and he has been the most patient and effective teacher one could hope for. His teaching style works beautifully with me.

From him, I have learned far more than simply trading -- patience, caring, seeing.

Here's the thing ... the ONE thing that he, nor any of us, can _ever_ make more of -- TIME -- he gives freely and without question.

TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #66342
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8/18/2008 8:17:28 AM

POP

Jraspill
3 posts
msg #66655
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8/25/2008 8:13:15 PM

It gives 4 thousand stocks

are you sure is right?

haskellb2006
22 posts
msg #66668
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8/26/2008 12:15:24 AM

When it comes to swing trading, I like W patterns, so I searched around here for a W filter and have not found anything specifically designed for that pattern....can someone point me in a direction here.?

thanks,
HB

FuriousThug
256 posts
msg #66705
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8/27/2008 3:08:38 AM

The only thing appropriate for W is impeachment!!

FuriousThug
256 posts
msg #66706
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8/27/2008 3:15:13 AM

But seriously...I'm not sure how you'd code something so broad as Ws or Ms. What are there, like, 16 variations or so of each of Merrill's patterns?
Might be easier to give folks a particular variation and let them try to figure it out...are you an H&S fan? A triangle fan? What's your W?

MoneyFetcher
22 posts
msg #66720
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8/27/2008 11:58:29 AM

FuriousThug
8/27/2008 3:15:13 AM

But seriously...I'm not sure how you'd code something so broad as Ws or Ms. What are there, like, 16 variations or so of each of Merrill's patterns?
Might be easier to give folks a particular variation and let them try to figure it out...are you an H&S fan? A triangle fan? What's your W?

Isn't a W pattern also known as a double bottom? Did I misunderstand?

FuriousThug
256 posts
msg #66721
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8/27/2008 2:21:15 PM

A double bottom is the most common of the W patterns which are more broadly referred to as 5-point patterns. A W (or M) can be trending in either direction and are delineated by price swings determined by each stock's volatility. There's a taxonomy of the W and M patterns that range from strongly rising or falling to flat patterns and are often used with Bollinger Bands to project the volatility of moves.

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