Adam and Jeremy are back with special edition episode of MarketClub TV tomorrow at 1 pm EST.
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Pls look at RSP- the equal weighted version of SPY-SPX as it is on a buy and all the others are not. Any ideas?
Could you look at Gulfport (GPOR). It has had great long term and shorter term movement. Do the triangles see this one going further or taking a breather in the shorter term? Thanks
I'd like to know how to apply the Monthly, Weekly & Daily triangles to differents markets.
Sometime you use: Monthly Triangle for Trend & Weekly for Timing
and another time you use: Weekly Triangle for Trend & Daily for Timing.
Please clarify for : Stocks, comodities, Forex, etc....
Can you please show how to use the filters/scan on the Mutual Funds and ETFs using MarketClub?
I figure interest rates will rise sometime. Some experts are predicting a 0.5 rise in interest rates for 2013. Would investing in TBT be good if this happens. It is at about $60 a share now, where would it go if interest rates did rise 0.5 in 2013?
With so many signals generated (3 triangles green) how do you choose only one or two?
compare more stocks akam,cree,cde,fcx,etc
This one is actually for you - Adam reckons you will know!
Is there a market club app for the Android Samsung G3 smartphone and Samsung tablet?
I will join market club in January and am angling to get a smartphone for Christmas to allow me mobile access (although I already have a Samsung tablet).
Can you look at Karoon and Telstra on ASX perhaps? They are opposites in a way Karoon is speculative and Telstra is a untility. Karoon can't seem to make the levels the analysts suggest and Telstra just keeps on steadily climbing.
Unfortunately Android dropped Flash Apps and Flash itself from their programming back in July of this year. At the present time there isn't a way to get Flash on an Android tablet or phone.
Wish I had better news for you,
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