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Hi Matt & Steve, I

Posted by te22 on 23rd of Feb 2021 at 03:48 pm

Hi Matt & Steve, I entered the long Mean Reversion trade at the closing price, in the after market last night. Please advise where you will post the exit to the trade. Thank you!

same problem.

Matt, Could you Please put

Posted by te22 on 7th of Aug 2020 at 12:35 pm

Matt, Could you Please put up the zoom video of ES with link? Thanks 

ZOOM - Matt, Could you

Posted by te22 on 25th of Jun 2020 at 10:18 am

ZOOM - Matt, Could you please put up the zoom meeting again, when you can? Thanks Much,

Hi Matt, Could you please

Posted by te22 on 16th of Jun 2020 at 01:41 pm

Hi Matt, Could you please put the shorter term time frame ES systems back up? they are super helpful intra-day. Thanks :)  THANK YOU!!

looking at the balance sheet, it would appear that the loans have been written down from cost in a major way, so the April NAV of $6.23-6.33 per share is probably v understated.   

I don't know. But senior secured loans are usually the top 50% of the capital structure of companies, so it is pretty safe territory, and good returns. Low risk historically in that only 2 yrs out of last 25+ years where the leveraged loan index had negative returns.  Seems like a decent chart where you get paid to wait... 

Matt/Steve, Would you be so

Posted by te22 on 9th of Jun 2020 at 01:42 pm

Matt/Steve, Would you be so kind as to opine on ECC? Yields 12% w Senior Secured Loans. Chart looks interesting. Thx 

Matt / Steve, good morning.

Posted by te22 on 13th of May 2020 at 08:34 am

Matt / Steve, good morning. Looks like MACD crossed over to the negative on SPY daily. Does that correspond w your SELL-IN-MAY  MACD Crossover? Any commentary would be appreciated. Thanks,

thank you

Matt/Steve, Is today a trend day? Thanks 

Posted by te22 on 14th of Apr 2020 at 01:34 pm

thank you

Matt/Steve, Is today a trend

Posted by te22 on 14th of Apr 2020 at 10:39 am

Matt/Steve, Is today a trend day? Thanks 

Yesterday was the biggest daily

Posted by te22 on 10th of Mar 2020 at 06:44 am

Yesterday was the biggest daily stock market drop since 12/1/2008 when S&P dropped 8.9% during 2008 great recession. What happened next 1 day later S&P popped 4% and 1 week later S&P was up a whopping 11.5% and that was in a lot worse economy than today.

Would you please keep us updated on the  unofficial  Trend/Pullback for this trade? It would be greatly appreciated. 

Thanks for your reply, Steve.

SPY systems trade list

Posted by te22 on 7th of Feb 2020 at 08:50 pm

Thanks for your reply, Steve. Let me ask the question a different way: what is the maximum number of entries on the SPY / SSO systems at once using backtested data? Thanks again.

Hi Matt & Steve, From

SPY systems trade list

Posted by te22 on 7th of Feb 2020 at 07:54 pm

Hi Matt & Steve, From the posted information on the new systems, it looks like there haven't been more than five simultaneous entries at once. Presumably, your data goes much further back than the published trades.  If a trader determines to allocate $100,000 of capital to the SPY / SSO ETF system, and will not utilize that capital for any other purpose, including the options, or ES, systems, or any other type of trading, with a limitation of using no more than 1.5x margin leverage (i.e. $150,000 of usable funds), what would be an appropriate amount to utilize for each entry, please? $10,000? $20,000? Thanks,

is there a way to

120 min system

Posted by te22 on 7th of Feb 2020 at 11:37 am

is there a way to follow the 120 min system in real time? thanks

Amount of Capital for SPY System

Matt/Steve, What amount of capital do the $10,000 increments of the SPY system assume? Does it use leverage? i.e. is the assumption that $40,000 in capital is hypothetically available, enabling four legs to the trade, without the use of margin, and $20,000 in hypothetically available capital assuming 50% margin?  Apologies if you've already addressed this question elsewhere. Thanks, 

Please keep up the intraday SPX 500 (and related) posts!! They are greatly appreciated!!

Steve, or Matt, please comment. thanks,

SPX Three White Soldiers

Posted by te22 on 17th of Feb 2016 at 04:10 pm

According to Investopedia: Three white soldiers is a bullish  candlestick  pattern that is used to predict the reversal of the current  downtrend . This pattern consists of three consecutive long-bodied candlesticks that have closed higher than the previous day, with each session's open occurring within the body of the previous candle

Since the last two sessions have been gaps, the above-described definition does not appear to have been met.

Steve, or Matt, if you could please comment, it would be appreciated.


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