Thursday, May 20, 2010

Intraday Trend Tables

Here is an example of the Intraday Trend Tables that get sent out to subscribers periodically throughout the trading day:



10 comments:

Mike said...

cleaning up well today....

nice work Allan.

-Mike

Anonymous said...

You were more fun when free. You may miss tomorrows bear party.

Anonymous said...

http://www.businessinsider.com/global-macros-raoul-pal-heres-why-a-crash-is-coming-in-two-days-to-two-weeks-2010-5

crash call ...

Anonymous said...

groove for Allan

We still like Allan. He is a giant.

videntes filii Dei filias eorum quod essent pulchrae acceperunt uxores sibi ex omnibus quas elegerant

ps. we added more silver and silver miners today. These are miners Canadian based, so no bad tax like Aussie miners. We think silver will be king this year.

Anonymous said...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/94/Wrightfallingwater.jpg

Frank Lloyd Wright is good insight for market structure ahead of us. A merging of hitherto segregated structures and dimensions. Good for Allan to ponder over weekend.

Anonymous said...

Allan
let me ask
am i late entering any etf
watching market getting down without doing anything

Anonymous said...

good site.

What does "time frame" mean?

Jack

Allan said...

re: time frame definition

a time period during which something occurs or is expected to occur;

Allan said...

re: better late then never

Better late than never means that it is better to do something late than to never do it at all. Example: "The movie has already started. Do you still want to go in?" Reply: "Sure. Better late than never!"

Better late than never is often used as a polite way to respond when a person says "sorry" for being late. Example: "Sorry I was late for the meeting today. I got stuck in traffic." Reply: "That's okay. Better late than never."

Better late than never means that even if you are going to be late, you should still go ahead and do the thing, because it is better to do it late than to never do it at all. Example: "I was 1,000 DJIA points late in entering SHORT, but, I did capture the rest of the bear market."

Anonymous said...

LOL Allan that's very good. Do you expect a bounce Monday morning then add-on to short position and wait for market to tank? I guess the trend is still down until your trend model says otherwise?