Moonshot Starts Today: 9/29/05

Discussion in 'Trading' started by Apex Capital, Sep 29, 2005.

  1. Way to go MIKE!
    #21     Sep 30, 2005
  2. Are you mental? He posted that after the close last night. In other words, AFTER THE MOVE ALREADY HAPPENED.
    #22     Sep 30, 2005
  3. That wasn't a move, that was a beginning

    What market were you watching today?
    The move has just begun.

    A little back and fill on monday-tuesday maybe
    Then off to the races again!
    #23     Sep 30, 2005
  4. Exactly.

    Great Weekly close.
    Great Monthly close.

    #24     Sep 30, 2005
  5. nice wave count on paper I admit but these waves have a habit of flipping you over

    you may be right but this market can go either way and makes it very difficult to get on board so why bother ?
    #25     Sep 30, 2005

  6. This has been one of the most lack luster trading enviorments in the past 10 years. The SP500 has been mired in a tight range for the past 11 months. 3 month % change 3.15%, 6 month % change 4.08% YTD % change 1.39% 10 month point change + 54.99. Running in circles with an ever so slight upward slope.
    #26     Oct 1, 2005
  7. Maverick74


    Feel free to amend this post Wags.
    #27     Oct 5, 2005
  8. Don't have to.
    But then again you obviously have a difficult time reading.

    As indicated above, a close above 1230.70 was needed to set the bullish tone for weeks to come.
    We never closed any higher than 1228.81 last week.
    Close, but not good enough.
    #28     Oct 5, 2005
  9. Maverick74


    OK, my bad. I'll try to re-read these posts and get back to you. :D
    #29     Oct 5, 2005

  10. Whatever dude... now find a way to dig yourself out of this call. He can start a thread calling for a moonshot on the S&P and now because it didnt close 2 points away from some price level.. all his great analysis is completely moot...

    Bottom line is that eliot wave, fibs and the other crap is just a bunch of BS... all the professional traders already know this.... I know many institional traders and they think the same...

    There is no edge in your analysis...

    #30     Oct 5, 2005