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General Discussion · Compensation for trading your friends money
msg #41567
2/25/2006 12:42:48 PM

Freinds, Family and money dont mix...

General Discussion · The Differences Between Winners and Losers
msg #39639
12/18/2005 12:30:39 PM

You are right. I am still using the same method that you showed me about two years ago. I only trade few stocks every year. The same one over and over using RSI(2). Lower Linear Regresion and Upper Linear Regresion.

General Discussion · I FINALLY FIGURED IT OUT...
msg #35453
3/24/2005 10:04:49 PM

I am not a pro at this yet. Been trading to years since Rumple one introduced me to RSI(2). Still using a simple filter and every day I pick my picks based on a low RSI(2) and touching lower linear regression. I wait for green and I make money if I use proper money management. I agree with Wallman and Rumpleone. I really donít care what the company does or where it goes. Still using the same all filter that rumple one gave meÖ

Filter Exchange · RSI(2) - The Little Indicator That Could
msg #35399
3/19/2005 1:45:24 PM

I was introduced to RSI(2) about two years ago from reading Rumple one posting. So far I been trading RSI(2) ever since. Look at Staples (SPLS) Touched liner regression 3,6, and 1 year chart ( Had a low RSI(2). I loaded the boat and made some money. It is a very simple concept. The bottom line is money management. Know how much risk you are willing to take and wait for green. Set your stop very tight and take all the money you can.

Thanks Rumple for introducing RSI(2) to me two years agoÖ.

General Discussion · help on Wallmans "wait for green" method
msg #34891
1/14/2005 10:11:31 PM

I also work all day but, I do have a chance to look at the market between 6:30am to 7:00 am before I go to work. (Pacific Time). The night before I look for stocks below RSI(2) 4 and touching lower linear regression line. Then I look at the 3, and 6 month chart and the 1 year chart. Then I check for confirmation on the 5 day / 5min chart with a low RSI(2). In the morning I watch them for about 10 to 20 minutes. If they hold green then itís pretty safe that they will stay green the rest of the day. Around 6:50am most stock will do a minor correction. Thatís when I put in a limit order base on the real time intraday chart. After my order is filled, I set a tight stop.

My advice is to study 5 stocks and become familiar. In my case I only trade most of the time GE, CX, HD, DELL, AVP and sometime others. Good idea to have a trading plan. Good Luck!

General Discussion · low budget trading
msg #33474
10/1/2004 10:16:10 PM


My friend is using low trade. He has been trading with Low Trade over a year now. Never had any problems. I am currently using Freetrade. I donít have to pay commission fees and I am happy with their services.

General Discussion · the worlds best intraday setup is
msg #32882
8/17/2004 9:49:26 PM

Listen to TheRumpledOne. Last year I learned how to USE RSI(2) with the 3 month and 1 year chart. Then I apply the same method with the 5/5 day chart in prophet net. My account has increases since I used his method. On a daily bases monitor 5 stocks and get to know them. Sometimes I trade 5 times in a month other times I only trade one stock. You must learn to be patient.

When a stock has touched lower linear regression line with a low RSI(2) load the boat. Make sure to confirm with your 3 month, and 1 year chart. Check your 5 day chart for confirmation. When the market opens wait for green confirmation. If the stock holds up the first 20 minutes, then go for it based on the intraday charts. Learn and get to know your stocks. Itís better to have and play one stocks instead of many. trade in the direction of the market.

Good Luck!

General Discussion · I need a real cheap broker for trading stocks under 1.00. Anybody?
msg #32774
8/4/2004 10:44:25 PM


I use to have Scott Trade and I moved over to freetrade about 8 months ago. No problems and great services!

General Discussion · CAN SLIM ???
msg #32438
6/26/2004 2:25:55 PM

Does stockfetcher have enough fundamental type parameters (EPS, EPS Growth, etc) to allow screening for CAN SLIM stocks. Anyone tried this?

General Discussion · Where can I find...
msg #32283
6/6/2004 4:59:14 PM

...the following data:

Investorís Intelligence Advisory Sentiment Index (Bull/Bear Index) (Weekly)

Index of Investor Optimism (Monthly)

Association of Individual Investors Survey (Weekly)

Percentage of Stocks Above their 20-Day Moving Average (Daily & Weekly)

Percentage of Stocks Above their 10-week Moving Average (Weekly)

Weekly NYSE New Highs & New Lows

....specifically, I'd like to know how much of this data I can access without having to pay to subscribe to a site or service. Thx in advance for any help. I'm in the process of putting together my Trading Plan and the above represent some of the data I'd like to review to help me get an idea of where the broad market might be headed. Thx again....

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