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Mysteries of Wave Fives

Tom Scollon 9 Nov, 2012
Recently I addressed an issue raised by a question on tradingtutors.com from a reader named Cam.
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Getting on Board Again

Tom Scollon 2 Nov, 2012
Getting back into the market is an undertaking I never take for granted, no matter how successful I might have been in the past.
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Time for a pullback?

Lachlan McPherson 15 Nov, 2010
The market has been waiting for a number of issues to come to play before deciding on its next step forward.
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Calm Ahead?

Tom Scollon 20 Sep, 2010
I have become quite a fan of Bollinger Bands over the last couple of years. Mind you they have not helped me make truck loads of money, Yet, as I have been largely out of the market – and still am out 100%. I follow Elliott and Bollinger and look for the big steady trends as I like the safe easy money.
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Confirming Elliott

John Jeffery 10 Sep, 2010

Elliott Wave, along with Gann analysis occupies a relatively unique position compared to other forms of analysis. Based upon price action and reaction (upward and downward movements) and the time it takes for those price movements to occur, both Gann’s and Elliott’s theories attempt to pick future turning points in the markets. Of course, there are many other elements of analysis, both technical and fundamental which can support those predictions and it is the application of these supporting arguments that is often the difference between successful and unsuccessful traders.

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Telstra - How Low Can You Go?

Tom Scollon 10 Sep, 2010

I have been watching with some indifference TLS over the last few years, having once been a not insignificant shareholder; taking decent size parcels in all three tranches, but cutting loose not long after. Despite all the upbeat chat at the time of privatising I have always believed they not only would suffer for many years from being a government department despite being so called ‘privatised’ but also that they would always be a political football with too many masters. And the most telling disadvantage was they were a ‘dead in the wall’ organisation with sunset technology in a sunset space. And because of the political issues it could not move fast enough to move to sunrise strategies.

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Still Promise in Copper?

Tom Scollon 6 Sep, 2010
Copper is often a useful guide as to the future fortunes of many of our miners – NHP, RIO, FMG and others.
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Gold a Safe Bet?

Tom Scollon 30 Aug, 2010
With the thought of a double dip recession gaining some increased following – but not from yours truly just yet – one might think of gold as a place to find refuge until the ill winds blow over.
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It's Been a Wonderful Time

Lachlan McPherson 23 Aug, 2010
It’s been a wonderful time in the markets. We’ve seen a very clear trend and if you were on board using Elliott Wave Analysis you would have no doubt seen some excellent trades.
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