Just shorted Pilgrim’s Pride (PPC) for the first time in my life. Here’s the chart with recent activity emphasized:
Slope of Hope Blog Posts
Slope initially began as a blog, so this is where most of the website’s content resides. Here we have tens of thousands of posts dating back over a decade. These are listed in reverse chronological order. Click on any category icon below to see posts tagged with that particular subject, or click on a word in the category cloud on the right side of the screen for more specific choices.
A few days ago I did my Easy Peasy, Shorty Squeezy post. Let’s just say – – another victory for SlopeCharts. There are quite a few beautiful analogs like this cooking out there. It’s a great time for charting!
I have mentioned Cheesecake Factory many times as a short-sale candidate, principally because of its powerful analog and its obvious ability to plunge once a well-formed top is complete.(more…)
I am starting to put together a few new educational videos on the site. Here’s the first one.
FUN FACT: This is Slope’s 24,000th post! And it’s a good one:
Let’s say you went up to a grown person and told them that, if they would try to yodel for you for 15 seconds, you would give them twenty dollars. They might hesitate at first, but most people would, within a pretty short amount of time, figure that was a fair trade and try to warble out a few yodel-a-ee-hoos for you.
You say “thanks” and walk away without paying them. They would probably leer at you and mutter an obscenity under their breath.
The next day, you find the same fellow and make him the same offer. I suspect at that point, instead of accepting your offer, he would make a very specific anatomical suggestion which not only you’re not interested in performing, but is itself impossible to perform. Needless to say, no yodeling would be forthcoming.(more…)
I’ve been reading my Modern Monetary Policy book all day long, but I took a “break” if you want to call is that, here on this Saturday night, to whip up this updated analog for you. Fascinating stuff. This puts us in the summer of 2008 on the Dow Jones Composite. Food for thought: