Monthly Archives: February 2012
Trying out Google’s blogspot for a while. I’ve repost a few articles there. So far it seems to be able to do the same plus more. Knock on wood! Hopefully I’ll stop relocating my blog. Go to my new site.
Just as I was utterly astonished by SFLY’s price action yesterday, I jokingly tweeted that may be the after hours earnings selloff in APKT could pull the same miracle. Behold! APKT was down 15% after hours last night. After a … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned it before, but I’ll mention it again. Head & shoulder pattern is so unreliable that it’s only useful by the pros to manipulate retail traders. INFN was up 10.4% after hours at 8.05. Fortunately, this was a story … Continue reading
Often we hear people say, “they” know the numbers because a stock or the market moved a certain way the day before the event. It’s mostly not the case. Even if that is indeed the case, there is no … Continue reading
It’s almost without exception: whenever I entered a trade emotionally without planning, I’d get punished. Today I kept pondering the prospects of a double top on SPY on the daily chart. I was away from the streamer for a while … Continue reading
While technical analysis may be the only tool many traders use to place trades, seasonality can be used to further increase a traders odds. Source: http://www.investopedia.com/articles/05/seasonaltrends.asp#axzz1lFpNeb4q Buy in October. Or September if you have bigger appetite. September is the weakest … Continue reading