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We recently expanded our moving averages to four kinds – Simple, Exponential, Weighted, and Hull. Now we have taken things a step further by introducing three levels of granularity – Daily, Weekly, and Monthly (whereas before you had no choice but Daily).
You can establish these parameters when you set up any moving average study.(more…)
At some point – – whether it’s next month or next year, or even later – – everyday life will start to take on a more normal appearance. The past three months have been remarkably strange and unprecedented. I was reflecting this morning on what it will be like will the world isn’t obsessed with a very specific virus anymore and gets to about 90% normalcy again (since, believe me, it’ll never be 100%, at least not for years).
Some of the things I look forward to:(more…)
Preface to all four parts: Given the persistence of the recent bounce, I remain relatively “light” with a commitment of just over 100%. I have 48 roughly equally-sized equity shorts with no large ETF positions at all. As always, click on any chart for a larger version, and use the right/left arrows on the image to navigate.(more…)