CNBC states the top is in because of "head and shoulders" pattern

Discussion in 'Trading' started by retaildaytrader, Aug 19, 2010.

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  2. CNBC iz mai here-ro, alweyz on ze looqout fer ze lyttle gaiz...
  3. Hearing Maria is like dragging your fingernails down a chalk board... :(
  5. Hed un sho-ders nees un toze...

    Looqs liek summun beet dedbroke two id... (H&S pattern)
  6. 1st . . . there is nothing in the windows.

    2nd . . . CNBC analysts couldn't accurately predict rain if it were noon, the sky is black, it was thundering, there was a local storm warning, the wind was picking up and lightning struck a mile away.
  7. piezoe


    Hed ezz henging down liek a lienching by ze toze.
  8. ...
  9. :)
  10. :D
    #10     Jan 14, 2011