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Month: February 2007

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Holy market drop batman

First a quick peek at the market impulse table: note: .DJI, .IXIC and .SPX are the Reuters symbols for Dow Jones Industrial Average, NASDAQ Composite and the Standard and Poors 500 Index respectively.

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Markets

Keeping an eye on Polyone Corp (POL)

Not at entry level yet but I am adding POL (Polyone Corp) to my long watch list.

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Weekend Report

Here is a report of my weekend homework. First, the bird’s eye view of the markets: note: .DJI, .IXIC and .SPX are the Reuters symbols for Dow Jones Industrial Average, NASDAQ Composite and the Standard and Poors 500 Index respectively.

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Follow up on LTD

I just recently realized a lot of my posts are for longer swing positions which sometimes require several weeks to setup and not quick day trades. To be a little more thorough, I will try to post follow-ups on the same symbols a couple of weeks after I mention them the first time. The first […]

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MCD on Wallstrip

MCD (McDonalds Corp) is featured on Wallstrip today. I wanted to send this out earlier but the day took over the schedule. MCD has been trending up since early in 2003 and on 01/17/2006, MCD hit its 260 days high of 45.06. After a short correction, the price is now re-testing that last resistance, currently […]

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Weekend Report

Here is a report of my weekend homework. First, the bird’s eye view of the markets: note: .DJI, .IXIC and .SPX are the Reuters symbols for Dow Jones Industrial Average, NASDAQ Composite and the Standard and Poors 500 Index respectively.

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Markets

Take a look at BGO

I have been keeping an eye on BGO recently. BGO is Bema Gold Corp, a Gold mining company. A quick look at the weekly chart reveals BGO had a nice uptrend for a good part of 2005 and half of 2006. Mid-2006, the price started consolidating and bounced between a support at 4.25 and resistance […]

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tip #2: Keep a beginner’s mind

Lesson 3 of Dojo Wisdom is inspired by Buddhists teachings who remind us to always keep a beginner’s mind because a beginner’s mind is more open and generally more accepting. Whether we apply this to accounting, martial arts, child care or trading is up to us. Everybody is always rushing to become “masters” for the […]

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