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Thanks for all you are doing with the systems, Matt. This
new approach should be great, compared to having to deal with
TradeStation crashing and a lot of the trades not being handled
consistently. We all appreciate what you guys do.
I second that; they're all good but this one stood out. I
also am a fan of the Youtube format. I know there's always
more that could be done on top of what already is, but if those
could become a more frequent, perhaps even daily offering (if just
a recording of you / Steve going through the back end and recording
the newsletter as usual), that would be very helpful.
Thanks, appreciate all of that a great deal. I'll keep
looking to you and Steve to highlight these as relevant in markets
you track--you do a great job, and that commentary in last night's
newsletter was very clear on all of this, including the point about
a couple months (which, amazingly, I missed)--but another aspect of
the question is identifying when something is a likely blow-off
move, as opposed to just a breather in a continuing trend. We
know them when we see them, usually, but anything you have on this
(timeframes you usually look at, RSI, etc.) would help. E.g.,
DBC already had that sort of mini-blow off type of move on the
daily at the end of February. Just curious whether it's a
feel thing, like when you see ribbons really stretched, or whether
there are, e.g., particular RSIs or anything you look at.
Matt, for DBC or other commodity funds, what would you look for
as an entry point for new longs (in terms of time, price, etc.)?
Trying to get entry points in uptrending instruments, and
distinguishing between good opps to get in versus letting something
that was getting overdone unwind, is always tough for me.
Probably still will have 10 offers and go over asking.
Thanks for the system trade updates and heads-ups, Matt.
Steve, hope you are feeling better and continue to.
In theory (and practice, according to John Carter), buying
certain names that have been crushed in 2021 today with a hold
period of a week can work well. Makes sense in view of tax
loss selling, institutions not wanting to hold losers on the books
at the end of the quarter, etc.
Ah, OK -- traveling later today, but all good here no matter
what. Thanks for the great content and ideas.
Will you record it, Matt?
Matt, the NASDAQ Composite can be traded for at least some
purposes using ONEQ. Decent spreads. Low volume,
though, so whales have to be a little wary. It doesn't get
talked about much and doesn't get much action, but it tracks the
NASDAQ composite pretty well.
Liking the Youtube format. I also like the new player,
with the ability to skip to specific charts, and the actual chart
links, but the Youtube versions are great as well when offered
since I can put it on 1.5x and cruise through. Neither of you
guys speaks slowly or anything; I'm just used to it from listening
to podcasts at 2x most of the time, and always am short on time.
Thanks for the great work.
Thanks, Matt -- appreciate it. Looking forward to seeing
those things you've been working on!
Thanks, Matt -- appreciate it. Seems some hopes have been
dashed (so far) relative to expectations earlier this year
Matt, curious whether you guys have a view on pot stocks ...
here's a quick amateur-hour chart from me of an ETF, POTX.
Thanks for tracking the systems and providing the updates, Matt.
Hope folks have done well the past couple days more
Thanks, Matt. Hope you feel better and that it's nothing
Re AAZZF / AAZZD, I, also just have it shown as 002209104 with
Schwab (still, as of today).
Matt, thanks again. I appreciate all that info and
guidance. I'm asking a different, simple question. I'm
just asking what it means for a DVT to be "hit." E.g., is a
daily DVT hit if the DVT value is hit intraday or does it require a
close under it? I'm not saying I'm going to religiously get
out the second the price is touched -- that's what I was attempting
to explain when I first posed the question -- but you need some
kind of objective criterion to determine whether the DVT has been
hit in order to, e.g., measure consecutive DVTs being generated
without being hit. That's what I'm asking about: what,
for that purpose, it means for a DVT to be "hit."
Matt, thanks -- apologies for not being clear. I
appreciate the art of all this and the need for people to have an
approach that makes sense for them. I was just curious what
you use for purposes of tracking these DVTs and what you mean when
you talk about them being hit. I.e., for that purpose, or any
others you see fit to share, what does it mean for a DVT to be
"hit?" Is it intraday (or intraperiod, in the case of the
2-day) or something else? That's all I'm asking about in
I completely get that in terms of actually making this
actionable, it's on the trader, and I didn't mean to make you type
out all that again. I've been tracking your explanations of
various approaches and appreciate the time you've taken to do so to
help us out.
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