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OK, I am truly excited to be writing this post. Not only because the charts are electrifying, but also because it gives me a chance to show off precisely why I created Grid Charts in SlopeCharts.
I actually considered making this a free post, but ya know, I’ve had it up to the proverbial “here” with freeloaders. I mean, if a few dollars a month is seriously an issue, I’m not sure why anyone would pretend to be a serious trader. Indeed, I’m planning to take away DOZENS of features from the non-premium members and keep them strictly within the purview of this walled garden. Screw those guys.
We’ve all heard about “the one that got away”; well here are two. I used to talk about these two ideas so frequently that I got embarrassed about it. The rationale for both was the same: an analog. My view was that each of these stocks would ape their behavior between 2006 and 2009. In both cases, this has come sensationally true, and even I am amazed. I confess I didn’t actually partake in these beauties, but I hope a few of you did.