NYSE TICK Divergences Predict End-of-Day Selloff

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Thu, 12/17/2009 - 01:02 | 167092 babbs
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Hey, Genii -- thanks for the peek at your MINT Scalper and Line indicators (not active on your site).  Query: are these useful to a non-day trader?  Also, whither Gold? 

Thu, 12/17/2009 - 02:22 | 167146 Chopshop
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urgh. sorry fur the double 'Save' click on the blatant commercial above.

Thu, 12/17/2009 - 02:21 | 167145 Chopshop
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lol, thx for the uber kind comment(s) babbs.

certainly do appreciate you taking the time to share your sentiments & am always happy to hear when folks "get" our work; we do try.

and as i often quip, only half-jokingly: 'my brother z is the real brains behind the operation n i'm just the good looks'

mint: Crisp Market Internals™ is only available at present to our qualified institutional clients.  we are in the long, slow process of finalizing legal agreements between various partners and do expect to be able to offer mint....™ to both retail traders / investors and boutique firms alike by Q2 of 2010.

 

most likely, we will offer mint.... and a few other neat lil charting toys that we've designed / coded over the past few years and use within our own automated trading systems ... to the public at large through the TradeStation Strategy Network Program.

TS (TradeStation) is not only one of our primary charting platform provider partners (alongside NinjaTrader, which is 100% free) but it is also the only charting platform that can provide proprietary design developers such as ourselves (1) nearly unlimited & nearly unrivaled design development capabilities as well as (2) true protection of our proprietary source code.

Wed, 12/16/2009 - 11:36 | 165920 gatopeich
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Thanks for the warning!

Wed, 12/16/2009 - 10:39 | 165851 Cursive
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Most people seem bullish with the FOMC announcement this afternoon and the expected reconfirmation of ZB tommorrow.

Wed, 12/16/2009 - 10:01 | 165780 SteveNYC
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Good post. What concerns me, is that it seems fair to say that most market participants right now, and there are not that many of them given the volume and all the traders that have been simply wiped out this year, have a "minute by minute" view of things?

No view of fundamentals of course, when the timeframe is so short. Does this not set us up for a MASSIVE plunge when these signals stop working?

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