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msg #113097
Ignore pirate67
5/2/2013 9:30:17 PM

Please explain how to read the monthly seasonality display. What are CPI,GEO%, PR?

418 posts
msg #113130
Ignore klynn55
5/5/2013 1:36:58 AM

it would be nice to find something as easy as seasonality to hold up and make money with. i used to use a spreadsheet from professors gummys website that would do a similar thing like the monthly seasonal posted by quilln does. so i tried to find a
dvd with excel on it to use gummys spreadsheet. it looks further back than the one posted here. well i found the files i made showing the best monthly seasonals back in 2005. first it's amazing how many of those stock symbols dont apply anymore, gone.
second preliminarily these seasonal patterns dont seem to hold up. ill go over more but i cant seem to find stocks that continue patterns from 2005 till now, none that is, i went over a few months and about 100 stocks. no real patterns at least monthly.

418 posts
msg #113132
Ignore klynn55
5/5/2013 1:42:20 AM

by the way , i didnt go over the stocks that did well in december(2005 and back) but ill bet that pattern is the only one to hold up-that is stocks doing well in december(2005 and back) continue to do well in december.

116 posts
msg #113480
Ignore Quilln
5/16/2013 11:51:01 PM


the following were added after I left I-HUB

GEO$ = GEOMEAN a statistical

I believe that CPI means Compound Principal Interest.

PR = that's new to me.


I use to stock pile as many spreadsheets as I can from then my drives got fried. puff!

Quilln -

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