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A place for friends to gather and view stock market charts, discuss technical analysis and market outlook. What is your Principal Asset? How can it be developed? Each and all should do their own due dilligence and homework before investing. And by no means should you use anything I say or show here as a sole basis to buy or sell securities as everything is for educational experience only.

Thursday, September 29, 2011



Tuesday, September 27, 2011


I vaguely recall someone (BRUNO) making this call in early July. I can only hope he actually traded on it and made some double coin in less than 3 months.

: $VIX - Bull flag?



SPY - Bear/Bull tug-o-war

Well so far so good on the plan of shorting more about the green trendline. Today's action opened gapping up through the gap down of 9/22 but failed to penetrate the top side of the pennant. So BEAR FLAG still intact.

I'm not getting long until I see a print of 122.88 and those Call orders are already placed.

Monday, September 26, 2011


Really? Maybe @ $5.20

MO winthin .07 of Gap fill

Start nibbling on those PUTS to protect the Dividend yielding Monster shares. The green trendlines are the trading range.


Bought a fewCalls at the open on a hunch and plan on setttin a trailing stop above 159.80 to lock the profits in.

SPY - Gap fill within .04

Momentum may carry higher to the underside of the green trendline. However, my Puts were filled and I'll double up if that happens.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

SPY - 2yr weekly

Fibonacci drawn off of Bearish Harami signal from 12/20/2010 to May top. Next leg down to 100.20.

Football analogy to technical analysis provided by Stockcharts

Bulls Versus Bears

candlestick depicts the battle between Bulls (buyers) and Bears (sellers) over a given period of time. An analogy to this battle can be made between two football teams, which we can also call the Bulls and the Bears. The bottom (intra-session low) of the candlestick represents a touchdown for the Bears and the top (intra-session high) a touchdown for the Bulls. The closer the close is to the high, the closer the Bulls are to a touchdown. The closer the close is to the low, the closer the Bears are to a touchdown. While there are many variations, I have narrowed the field to 6 types of games (or candlesticks):
Bull vs. Bear Games Candlestick example from
  1. Long white candlesticks indicate that the Bulls controlled the ball (trading) for most of the game.
  2. Long black candlesticks indicate that the Bears controlled the ball (trading) for most of the game.
  3. Small candlesticks indicate that neither team could move the ball and prices finished about where they started.
  4. A long lower shadow indicates that the Bears controlled the ball for part of the game, but lost control by the end and the Bulls made an impressive comeback.
  5. A long upper shadow indicates that the Bulls controlled the ball for part of the game, but lost control by the end and the Bears made an impressive comeback.
  6. A long upper and lower shadow indicates that the both the Bears and the Bulls had their moments during the game, but neither could put the other away, resulting in a standoff.