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Well, they _did_ well since the signals had been issued. That
time has passed for those not in them. Will they continue to do
well from here or the run of luck is over?
Steve's approach is not to pick bottoms, and I side with him on
These don't pick bottoms, they need a reversal and confirmation,
they're not reversion to mean they're trend following.
They're not perfect by any means, they're just intended to work
as a tool for managing long term investments across multiple
instruments without curve fitting.
James_Roe, thank you for answering. Could these charts be
released about 30 minutes before the market close, please? I would
like to avoid dealing with gaps.
Roy - these trend systems are meant to catch trending moves
lasting weeks to months, not a couple days.
while in the future we have some plans to be able to update the
KISS charts maybe a couple times a day, but it will require extra
cost - we have to get a new TS account, another computer, stuff
but for now the KISS charts are updated shortly after the close,
which to me is fine, why? ETF's trade until 8 pm and some places
like IB now allow you to trade ETF's all night and on Sunday. And
if the average trade is lasting 1, 2, 3 months, seeing a signal
shortly after the close or entering it a day or so later doesn't
matter much. It's not like the reversion to mean systems that might
only be in the trade a few days or a week where you really don't
want to chase - some slippage here doesn't matter
also realize that it's a tool management system - while some of
the entries are great, I think it's a good tool to manage a
trending instrument that is already in an uptrend.
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