Anticipation

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Updated January 6, 2021 at Market Close, Friend 656, Force -59.98

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This is an attempt to expand known actions into areas not known, so as to arrive at a conjectural assessment of future outcomes (e.g. a driver extrapolates road conditions beyond his sight while driving).

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Updated January 7, 2021 at Market Close, Friend 674, Force -50.18

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This is an attempt to expand known actions into areas not known, so as to arrive at a conjectural assessment of future outcomes (e.g. a driver extrapolates road conditions beyond his sight while driving).

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We’ve been in a long term uptrend since the end of March with a couple of minor pull backs along the way but trends seems to be up. So why is your system still holding in G?

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Updated January 8, 2021 at Market Close, Friend 702, Force -0.66

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Updated January 11, 2021 at Market Close, Friend 675, Force 0.14

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This is an attempt to expand known actions into areas not known, so as to arrive at a conjectural assessment of future outcomes (e.g. a driver extrapolates road conditions beyond his sight while driving).

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md2018 wrote:We’ve been in a long term uptrend since the end of March with a couple of minor pull backs along the way but trends seems to be up. So why is your system still holding in G?
Read this when you have time. The Psychology of Prediction
https://www.collaborativefund.com/blog/ ... rediction/

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Updated January 12, 2021 at Market Close, Friend 692, Force 1.63

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Updated January 13, 2020 at Market Close

FRIEND at 730, FORCE at 28.63


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klausvonbg wrote:Just curious friend/force move or just missing out?
Yes, Yes, And No.
Well yes I was missing out, but the IFT was solely about the F F system.

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Updated January 14, 2020 at Market Close

FRIEND at 739, FORCE at 64.40


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Updated January 15, 2020 at Market Close[/color]

FRIEND at 749, FORCE at 34.16


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Updated January 19, 2020 at Market Close[/color]

FRIEND at 757, FORCE at 31.95


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Updated January 20, 2020 at Market Close[/color]

FRIEND at 766, FORCE at 40.79


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Updated January 21, 2020 at Market Close

FRIEND at 760, FORCE at 17.67


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Fund Prices2021-03-04

FundPriceDayYTD
G $16.54 0.00% 0.17%
F $20.60 -0.31% -2.83%
C $56.25 -1.32% 0.60%
S $77.38 -2.84% 4.29%
I $35.80 -1.03% 1.16%
L2065 $12.58 -1.44% 1.36%
L2060 $12.58 -1.44% 1.36%
L2055 $12.58 -1.44% 1.37%
L2050 $26.05 -1.21% 0.94%
L2045 $11.95 -1.13% 0.87%
L2040 $43.84 -1.05% 0.82%
L2035 $11.66 -0.96% 0.75%
L2030 $39.05 -0.88% 0.70%
L2025 $11.22 -0.69% 0.57%
Linc $22.34 -0.33% 0.27%

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