Preface to all five parts: As of Friday’s close, I had fifty open short positions. I have broken these into five equal groups; here is this set:(more…)
Slope of Hope Blog Posts
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Here is a clip from almost a decade ago of Louis CK sharing some memories of his struggles and how Carlin helped make him who he is. It’s a shame that both parties in question have, in some way, vanished (Carlin through death and Louis through scandal). I still find this profoundly touching:
As usual, on Labor Day, I am at labor. And, joyfully so, because I love my Slope, and I love my Slopers. And I am delighted to roll out to you the very last feature from the dearly-departed former creation of mine, ProphetCharts, which I had always wanted to also have in SlopeCharts: labels.
Good organization is a way to keep your trading world well-managed and opportunistic. SlopeCharts was built to appeal to well-ordered, well-organized traders, and there are multiple ways to assemble, gather, and annotate both tickers and charts with information that will help you toward this goal.
One vitally important method is Labels: that is, the ability to create, in an ad hoc fashion, and apply any labels you see fit to any particular ticker symbol. Several things should be noted about this feature:(more…)