Saturday Success Story - David, Tennessee

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"I'm new to MarketClub. I sold DAL at a -100 signal to preserve a nice profit. I am mostly using the site thus far to learn about fibonacci lines, MACD, trading techniques, etc.
So far I like what I see at MarketClub. ~ David C., Tennessee

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3 thoughts on “Saturday Success Story - David, Tennessee

  1. Hye This is Smith,
    The above blog question is very interesting and im vaiting a answer of above questions.Excellent site, keep up the good work. I read a lot of forums on a daily basis and for the most part, people lack substance but, I just wanted to make a quick comment to say I’m glad I found your blog. Thanks

  2. Dear Adam,

    I have question to you regarding S&P500 video you posted earlier.
    When we look on the Monthly candle chart we see that last huge move down was closed lower previous swing,I mean monthly candle on Feb.27.2009 closed @ 735.09 which is lower previous swing where Monthly candle Sep.2002 closed @ 827.31. So the action we have now is a pull back up which may drop about the same distance as was previous move up, which is understandable on your videos.

    So my question is the following whether S&P/TSX Composite index (Interi (^GSPTSE) will react the same as S&P500 and drop down??? because US and Canada had similar moves in history.

    Please describe.

    Looking forward,


  3. I have been with Market Club 10 months now and have compared the Trade Triangles with Swing Traders lately. Swing traders have been calling for a down market for sveral weeks, but the Trade Triangles have shown an upward trend continuing, which has occurred. I will continue to monitor the Triangles for more timely swings in the market. Chuck K - Ohio

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