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#1 diogenes227

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Posted 15 January 2018 - 08:10 PM

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Quite frankly, except for the money to be made by either buying and holding or trading the long side, I’m getting pretty bored this bull market’s endless advance. I would like to see some pullback. Actually I’d like see a drop that scares the balls off the bragging bulls. That would be amusing.

 

Possibly we’ll get some pullback with both short term breadth and volatility, of my three swing signals, now on sells, but I’m not counting too much on it – sells are sells only, not shorts, as long as long-term breadth remains positive.

 

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Market Timing Price, Breadth, Volatility


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#2 da_cheif

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Posted 16 January 2018 - 03:59 AM

From the link:

 

 

Quite frankly, except for the money to be made by either buying and holding or trading the long side, I’m getting pretty bored this bull market’s endless advance. I would like to see some pullback. Actually I’d like see a drop that scares the balls off the bragging bulls. That would be amusing.

 

Possibly we’ll get some pullback with both short term breadth and volatility, of my three swing signals, now on sells, but I’m not counting too much on it – sells are sells only, not shorts, as long as long-term breadth remains positive.

 

For more discussion and charts:

 

Market Timing Price, Breadth, Volatility

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