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post #21 of 339
Hey StockJock-e if your making lots of money with your technic you should really consider writting a book...ill buy it too...thanks for all your info...
post #22 of 339
stock, the lessons are awesome, can't wait to apply TA on sgtl
post #23 of 339
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Originally Posted by max22
Hey StockJock-e if your making lots of money with your technic you should really consider writting a book...ill buy it too...thanks for all your info...
A book eh... You may be onto something... but its nothing that has not been done before. I guess I can put my special twist on it.
post #24 of 339
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Originally Posted by Thinline
stock, the lessons are awesome, can't wait to apply TA on sgtl
Remember to test your analysis, see how they work out. Nothing will be 100% accurate, but anything better than 50/50 is money in the bank.
post #25 of 339
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Originally Posted by StockJock-e
A book eh... You may be onto something... but its nothing that has not been done before. I guess I can put my special twist on it.
as you see im new to this and im sure testing wat i learned with your lessons and with a lot from investopedia and other places too...wi will start 10 days from now trading with real money i like lots technicals, a little more than fundamentals...i wanted to know if you have more lessons or if you could send some good web sites in order to learn more about it...thanks so much StockJock-e for everything youve written by now...
post #26 of 339
StockJock...man this thread is AWESOME!! Today was the first chance I've had to check it out. You've already explained several things I've been wondering about and I spent most of the aftternoon looking at charts as if for the first time. One thing I'm wondering about.... It makes perfect sense why seeing your 50 day moving average indicator cross over the top of your 200 day moving average is a sign of health....but one thing I'm noticing in almost all of the charts I'm looking at histoically is that VERY shortly after the 50 makes a somewhat sharp move above the 200 it tanks well below what it was at before it crossed, and In some cases I'm seeing the PPS drop well below what I would've thought of as a support level.... there's generally a rebound, but I couldn't help but notice that that's something I saw in almost every chart I was looking at. Is that the natural post rally "get out with a profit" selling pressure showing itself, or am I misinterpreting the moving averages? Sorry if that's a retarded question.

Also...if you wouldn't mind, I've always wanted to learn how properly ready bollinger bands and candlesticks...mind schooling us on that stuff too?
post #27 of 339
wow ! good job
post #28 of 339
Thank you. As you can see I'm new here. I like to read a lot before I ask to many questions. Your first two lessons answered two questions I had.

James
post #29 of 339
Thanks StockJock-e,

Great thread, I learned a lot, and it was quite easy to follow as well and very logical. If you have anymore lessons please let them loose, make them as complex as you like... I suck this stuff up like a sponge.
post #30 of 339
Great tutorials here Stock-E, thank you very much. Have been trading for nearly a month now and have managed to make a little money in spite of myself. I guess even a blind squirl finds an acorn every now and then.

Have looking at the charts and all the technicals and wondering what all the numbers mean and how and why you would set them up that way. I am starting to see the light.

Found HSM a couple of weeks ago and have been reading as many posts about techniques, styles and charts as I can.

Thanks to you and other contributor such as RPM, this is truly a great site!!

Thank You
post #31 of 339
Thanx StockE - Your TA input is helping me some.....amybe you can add an emphisis to this thread how newbies reading this must also consider plays off of news and market sentiment on a sotck as well......because I'm afraid some might read this and then think they can play, but NEWBIES, please, paper trade for a time as STOCKE adds to this thread...... great thread!
post #32 of 339
This is a great thread, really helped me learn a lot.
post #33 of 339
WRITE A BOOK! I have to tell you, I've already purchased and read a couple of stock books and ended up lost. However, for the first time, EVER I understand what the heck someone is saying. You make perfect sense with your plain and simple language you use to describe all of this information... I highly recommend you write a book. Title it... “ The Stock Market In Plain English.”

AND, THANK YOU!!! I can read a chart and make it work now!
post #34 of 339
Amazing, a ton of information, I am thirsty for more though.........

Thanks a bunch and would really appreciate more lessons...
post #35 of 339
DO we have any tutorials covering some other indicators like the Chaikin oscillator, or accum/distribution...etc...l
post #36 of 339
Thank you this helps. What abot reading candle sticks
post #37 of 339
Go to http://www.candlesticker.com/

They have some simple candlestick formations to watch for. However, candlestick analysis is strictly relavent on a short-term basis and I do not believe it to be nearly as accurate as more traditonal methods of TA on graphs.
post #38 of 339
question, is there a screener that can help with the TA? so I would think a good screener than can look at stocks with low RSI, where the 50da is about to pass the 200ma or 100ma and rising MACD?

then you would be able to look at your results more closely.. anyone know?
post #39 of 339
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Originally Posted by tokyoseminole
question, is there a screener that can help with the TA? so I would think a good screener than can look at stocks with low RSI, where the 50da is about to pass the 200ma or 100ma and rising MACD?

then you would be able to look at your results more closely.. anyone know?
Stockfetcher does all that and heaps more..
post #40 of 339
thanks man
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