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Tomanyiron
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Things look bad now, for the stock funds. However as I look for optimism on the road ahead, I see some possibilities. Links to the charts are below each.
We will see how it plays out.
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https://schrts.co/VNiXdURk


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Interesting, Tomy. Thanks for sharing these. To me, this shows short-term downside, with long-term upside.
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Big Iron:

I thought I had taught you better than this? Or is it “you” who continues to mentor me?

RSI is a Lagging Indicator & as such, should be used (primarily) as confirmation towards Stock Posturing.

A more reliable metric that I employ is Williams %R, This serves as a Leading Indicator & provides insight in the short-term movement of a given index or stock.

That bein’ said, W%R is in OVERSOLD territory & any movement off of that might be indicative of an ensuing short-term rally. There’s caution to be had (here) as the recent Candlesticks on SPX (C Fund) depict a SPINNING TOP CANDLESTICK

https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/spinning-top.asp

which (ideally) could serve as a form-reversal pattern, though today’s price movement may indicate further sell-off. Also of note, is SPX is bouncing off of its 50-Day SMA & should that be breached, accelerated selling may ensue.

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Thanks Chaser for replying. I saw your move to G, after I went to S, and I said Uh-oh, he saw something.
It's starting to feel like all I do is "chase".
wingchaser wrote: Tue Sep 14, 2021 10:41 am RSI is a Lagging Indicator & as such, should be used (primarily) as confirmation towards Stock Posturing.

A more reliable metric that I employ is Williams %R, This serves as a Leading Indicator & provides insight in the short-term movement of a given index or stock.
I think they both lag/lead about the same.
https://schrts.co/qpfAFkGp

CS patterns get too deep in the weeds for me. However you must know how to read them. Or doing something right. I'll be looking for your move back to a stocks fund.

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Post by tnwhiskey »

Thanks for the knowledge Tomanyiron & Wingchaser.

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Fund Prices2021-09-16

FundPriceDayYTD
G $16.66 0.00% 0.94%
F $21.10 -0.18% -0.47%
C $67.28 -0.15% 20.33%
S $85.17 0.23% 14.78%
I $39.75 -0.26% 12.32%
L2065 $14.47 -0.13% 16.60%
L2060 $14.47 -0.13% 16.60%
L2055 $14.47 -0.13% 16.60%
L2050 $29.33 -0.12% 13.66%
L2045 $13.37 -0.12% 12.86%
L2040 $48.74 -0.11% 12.08%
L2035 $12.86 -0.10% 11.15%
L2030 $42.75 -0.09% 10.24%
L2025 $12.07 -0.07% 8.12%
Linc $23.25 -0.04% 4.36%

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