Okay, now I am getting geeked out. One of the most fun and rare times in what I do is when something big happens that I feel in my gut means something, but about which I am not able to come forth with a ready explanation of the meaning (without sounding like a know-it-all blowhard). It’s time to put the thinking cap on and to reference my wealth of experience (that’s another way of saying I am old) and try to figure out meanings going forward.(more…)
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With the progress we’ve been making on Slope and SlopeCharts, we’ve hardly paid any attention to the appearance of the charting platform. Our designer sought to sex up SlopeCharts a bit, and I’d appreciate hearing your feedback and thoughts on the mock-up below (as always, click it for a bigger version). Email me or leave a comment below. Besides the design, if there are any other requests for the product, I’m all ears.
I keep mentioning that line at 2825, but actually the anchor point of the line, drawn well before today, is 2824.25. Anyway, this morning – – as usually seems to be the case – – the ES went roaring toward the line again, and boing, it was repelled.(more…)
Just to mix things up, a long idea for a change. This is Clean Harbors. It isn’t cheap (p/e ratio of 60!) but if it pushes above that horizontal, it’ll be a very impressive breakout.