Tonight I wanted to let you know about two improvements in SlopeCharts.
The first has to do with our Volatility feature, which is now presented as a sub-menu:(more…)
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It’s been a while since we considered the freakish pledge of this chap:(more…)
You may have heard the news this morning that the celebrity parents of bubble-headed Olivia Jade finally gave up their legal fight and have pleaded Guilty to paying huge bribes to get their vapid daughters into USC (which, in those circles, is held up as a superb institution of higher learning). Frankly, Ms. Jade would have done vastly better with a high school diploma and her thriving “influencer” website, but we’re not here to talk about that.(more…)
Trading in the past dozen hours has been awfully peculiar. There was a tremendous war of words between the U.S.and China (which, in a normal market, would have sent the market crashing), and yet this morning equities totally recovered their overnight losses and soared into the green. Again.
As of this moment, things seem to be faltering a bit. The small caps have been very strong for a full week, but if this is as much as they make it, we’ll have a slightly “lower high” on our hands.(more…)
Just a quick post to say Thank You to all the folks who tested out the very-much-Alpha-version of SlopeAlerts last night. I’ve got all the feedback I need for now, so no need to bang on it anymore. We’re going back to the Labs to start on the next phase of development.