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Someone asked about the setting for this chart. I rarely use
anything too complicated.
Another one I watch. When breadth rolls over it's hard to get
anything started to the upside.
#ES_FChina news back in focus. No deal ... liq break. Let's see
if traders press lower to 3070 and then the unfilled gap from Nov 1
3044.5-3050. This 100+ past-month's "weak foundation" melt-up being
retraced in 2 sessions.
Ralph Acampora CMT@Ralph_Acampora
"Much of the
market's recent strength has been in anticipation of a resolution
(even partially) between China and the U.S.A. on tariffs. But
this morning's comments from President Trump imply that this
resolution is not about to take place anytime soon." Actually that
was only part of what he said...but never mind.
It smells like...victory!
You might try these guys. Some good info on occasion.
Another one I like for an early tell.
I know I am the only one who looks at ES this way, but to second
Matt's point, that all-time high was made in the O.N. session and
lasting highs are very rarely if ever made in the O.N.
session. It will be revisited soon.
I like the to buy options (I trade spreads) at the midpoint
exactly just to keep things simple, easy and quickly filled.
See my message to you - sorry for the delay.
"I have some AAPL shares and want to keep a core holding; 1)
where should I put my trailing stop, and 2)what percentage of
AAPL that I have should be that core holding. I bought AAPL @
210.99 Thoughts from anyone are welcome. Thank you." Winter
Winter 39: Since it's a slow day here are a few answers on
portfolio management from a few books I have re-read lately.:
Nicholas Darva "How I made 2 million in 18 months..." invested
everything in 2 stocks and then putting everything into just one,
that he was absolutely sure of, raising his stop along the way.
Jessee Livermore" Reminiscences of a stock operator" did the same,
plunging big, never using stops, or using charts..and going all-in
in one or two positions, making and losing several fortunes
along the way. (eventually shooting himself). I myself, after
losing 15% of my portfolio trading ES with no stops, now never risk
more than 3% of it in any one position or 5% in any one industry
and only use options to know my risk ahead of time. Portfolio
management rules are many and varied. Which ones fit you is your
choice. (I'm sure many others here can offer other ideas- hope that
Comment from a friend.
elliot: here are the setting for the Heikin Ashi chart, nothing
too special, really.
"Snagit is limited to 5 min so I constantly run out of time" ???
I've recorded hour-long vids using it.
Wonder why my chart is more neg. Settings are the same.
Here's a variation on your ribbon charts that I use, Matt. The
white between the long and short MAs is the signal.
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