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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2004 8:53 pm    Post subject: Stock market returns Reply with quote

Stock market returns are greatly enhanced when you know which direction the market should be going. As you should have read in this morning's pre-market commentary, yesterday we saw a doji in both the Dow and the NASDAQ. That is usually a symbol of indecision at the bottom. As our morning comments advised, if you saw the market shows strength today, buy aggressively.

Remember, this recommendation was based upon probabilities that if you saw a doji at the bottom and buying the next day, there was going to be a reversal. Your Stock market returns are going to be a function of taking advantage of the signals that have been put to our disposal through centuries of observation and statistical analysis. This is not rocket science.
This is common sense, investment practices would enjoy graphic form.
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