Discussion in 'Stocks' started by AAAintheBeltway, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. Bit jumpy, isn't it?
  2. I see a HUGE LEAP since 2003 after being flat forever!
  3. I have traded HANS for over a year (back pre-split when HANS traded at $21.00 USD). Anyone following the Methods used in my first Journal knew to exit within the first 30 minutes of today. The system generated a sell signal when actual volume exceeded Peak Volume prior to EOD on Wednesday.

    - Spydertrader

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  4. I'm in! Wahoo! I hope price keeps going up.

  5. It just finsihed its down/lateral IT trend on 10/31. The new IT trend long is a traverse of the LT trend which is long. This stock should be a great one to trade in the near future for short term moves. You could also hold through the IT long trend and exit on LT resistence.

    IT = intermediate term
    LT = Long term
  6. Hello:

    I too am enthusiatic about HANS. I have mortgaged my home and sold my wife and kids into slavery so that I can put it all into HANS!!! After I finish writing this post I am going out to rob banks and convenience stores so that I can be ready for the big break out. Why just this morning I sawed off a bunch of parking meters for the change. I am going to hit this one bigtime!!!

    I am going to be rich I tell you, rich rich rich hahahahaha!
  7. Through extensive backtesting and walk forward analysis, I have found a negative correlation existing between price improvement and hope. Continual testing of Chicken Entrails and Tea leaves may produce superior results. However, your mileage may vary.

    - Spydertrader
  8. I usually goto the bathroom go into deep thought!!!! Ease the mind :) :)
  9. Nice call. Is HANS a tenured stock for you?
  10. Thank you for the kind words, and yes, HANS finds itself on my list of Tenured Stocks. My current list of Tenured Stocks (or as I call them: The Final Universe) is attached for your review.

    - Spydertrader

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    #10     Nov 4, 2005