I see that our dear forum hosts are up to their old tricks once again of arguing that past out-performance will continue into the future long enough for them still waiting on the train platform to hitch a ride to fabulous profits. https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/04/26/forget-fang-stocks...Maybe, maybe not. But it's not a bet I'd be making. http://schrts.co/HepAqk
In the authors VICE group I already own V, but did not add MA. Also, own EL. Live only 2 miles from EL's headquarters. Check the Freestock 13 over 50 top panel.Quill -
Check the Freestock 13 over 50 top panelWhat does this mean? Thanks in advance.d
re: Freestockcharts.comthe top panel is will be showing the Exponential Moving Average 13 over the Exponential Moving Average 50the second panel is the MACD 12 26 with Exponential Moving Average 18. Edit and change the Zero (0) line to dashed. Watch the 12 26 line crossing above the Zero (0) line heading North as a buy signal.the third panel going down is the MACD Histogram 12 26 18the fourth panel going down is the CCI 20. Edit and change the zero (0) line dotted.
Arindam, http://schrts.co/HepAqk gets youStockCharts.com - This Permalink is no longer availableWe are very sorry however this Permalink no longer works. The URL shortening service than we used - goo.gl - has been discontinued and the old links have been lost. We have just created our own URL shortening service and we promise to preserve all new shortened Permalinks permanently. Unfortunately, you will need to recreate this chart from scratch and then click on Permalink to get an updated link for it. If we could find anyone at Google to yell at about this we would. Unfortunately, they do not provide customer support for goo.gl. While Google has lost those links, ultimately we, StockCharts, are responsible for choosing to use their service instead of writing our own and for that we apologize. - StockCharts.com
sheall,at the time of posting charts, google went nuts and made some minor software changes.what was the ticker symbol Arindam was trying to post and try again. If you his old post, you will get an error message as you mentioned.I had sent a message to Stockcharts.com as a workaround idea that can be posted on the Fools boards.They never replied back.http://schrts.co/cDMtjEwU BA got pounded, at is a good time to buy more shares because will get back to the 450's. Smart investors are jumping in.Just a thought,Quillnpenn -
sherall, The particular stock I charted doesn't matter. TMF never gets the timing right. As another example of this, read their recent article and chart the stocks they tout --err, mention-- using MONTHLY bars. In some cases, they are late by as much as TWO YEARS!Why should entry price matter to a classic, Ben Graham-style value investor? Because a sensible entry price reduces downside risk. That's the trade-off TMF fails to understand, the diff between 'information-risk' and 'price-risk'. It don't matter whether one self-identifies as an "investor" or a "trader". Timing matters. In fact, it's the only thing that matters. Arindam---------------https://www.fool.com/investing/2019/03/11/3-stocks-to-hold-f...
sherall, TMF has done it yet again. Today's, oh-so-timely article touts three stocks. https://www.fool.com/investing/2019/03/12/3-stocks-that-coul...However, if you chart them using weekly bars and use breakouts above their MAs as a signal to buy, you'll discover that the buying times were Oct, '17, April '17 and Oct '17, or as much as TWO YEARS AGO. In other words, once again, TMF is trying to sell past performance. Arindam
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