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Thanks for the innovation and hard work, Matt.  Those should be very useful.   I know there are scope creep concerns, and this usually has high correlation with the S&P 500 (I believe), but DM ex-U.S. (e.g., VEA or SPDW) /or its two main constituents, Europe (e.g., FEZ) and Japan (e.g., EWJ) would be interesting, at least to me.   That, along with EEM, would cover most of the world.  I remember that rundown you did of all the country / regional ETFs and it was interesting.

FYI re the discussion of

Posted by mstaples37 on 23rd of Jun 2021 at 03:27 pm

FYI re the discussion of China stocks.  Here is Wisdomtree's emerging market ETF that excludes SOEs.  Heavy weightings in large Chinese tech names.  At bottom of large channel going back to pandemic low and at a decent support level.

Many thanks for everything on

Posted by mstaples37 on 22nd of Jun 2021 at 03:56 pm

Many thanks for everything on the systems.  Much-appreciated.

What else is in your

McClellan Oscilators played out

Posted by mstaples37 on 22nd of Jun 2021 at 01:11 am

What else is in your "no fail chart" toolkit?

Awesome, thanks.  Appreciate all you guys do around here.

Great stuff, Matt.  Thanks for

Posted by mstaples37 on 17th of Jun 2021 at 02:00 pm

Great stuff, Matt.  Thanks for all the great guidance.  BTW, this seems as good of a place as any to ask ... Steve regularly tells us to have a plan, which I wholeheartedly agree with.  Especially in light of the frequency and significance of that directive, it would be incredibly helpful to have a guide or a video focused on trading plans.  I appreciate that they can vary widely, depending on style, and we have people doing everything from scalping to just trading their 401(k)s here, with everything in between.  Putting some meat on what that means, though, in terms of granular guidance, key elements, what degree of granularity should be in the plan, and, especially, at least one sample plan (not to be blindly followed, but to illustrate what works for someone, etc.), would be a tremendous help to many, I'm sure.  Definitely me.  (I know there are a ton of books out there on establishing plans, but I've found many of those reflect that particular author's style, and I'm curious what works for you guys and what you recommend.)

Late to the party but

Posted by mstaples37 on 16th of Jun 2021 at 12:06 pm

Late to the party but I want to echo those compliments re the interesting and educational content in last night's newsletter, Steve. Thanks much.

Thanks, Steve -- appreciate it.

EEM Daily View

Posted by mstaples37 on 15th of Jun 2021 at 05:51 pm

Thanks, Steve -- appreciate it.

Matt or Steve, would you

Posted by mstaples37 on 15th of Jun 2021 at 05:32 pm

Matt or Steve, would you be able to take a look at emerging markets one of these nights?  Curious how you see the technical picture and where DVTs are at.  Thanks; appreciate it.  

Can't find it now but

Posted by mstaples37 on 9th of Jun 2021 at 12:00 pm

Can't find it now but thanks to the person who shared CLNE yesterday.   Setup looked great.  Made 43% on the position in one day, exiting at $13.83.  Now in again.  

Thanks for the systems trades

Posted by mstaples37 on 25th of May 2021 at 05:08 pm

Thanks for the systems trades and the updates, including giving updates on both entries (SPY and the SPY option).  If one was options-constrained (e.g., in a tax-deferred account that didn't allow option trading), would a leveraged ETF be a reasonable substitute (with an appropriate stop)?  I know the R/R profile is, or can be, substantially different, and believe that in certain systems/cases you have a third entry with a leveraged ETF.  I appreciate that some reversion to mean trades will just get crushed in a crash scenario.

That's one thing I've always found tricky about multiple timeframes.  On the daily, it's just a retest of a breakdown from the falling wedge that may or may not succeed.  On the weekly, it's a close within the wedge.  I've found the higher timeframes often are respected, but unless and until that occurs, you are sitting there with a clear breakdown on the daily, and it's then a question of how much leash to give it.  Makes it tough to define risk. 

Thanks for the great system

Posted by mstaples37 on 14th of May 2021 at 03:58 pm

Thanks for the great system trade and all the updates, Matt.

Thanks for tracking that system trade, Matt -- pretty nice one here.

Alternatively stated, it broke through that downtrend line ...

I think that's been the

gold and miners no love.  

Posted by mstaples37 on 30th of Mar 2021 at 03:01 pm

I think that's been the story for the past 8 months or so if not longer.

Agreed re the third entry on the old system.  

Impressive.  Thanks for the updates on the systems!

Thanks for all those updates

Posted by mstaples37 on 26th of Mar 2021 at 03:36 pm

Thanks for all those updates on the systems while you're dealing with contractors and other fun stuff with the flooding, Matt -- much-appreciated.


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