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RJD2000
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Here is a snop shot of MMAM although I know this has fallen out of favor with most investors, what is this chart telling me?

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui

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OK that didn't work I was looking at MMAM
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I hope this works

http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=MMAM&p=D&yr=0&mn=6&dy=0&id=p76729112599

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the ones that i use are :

RSI
OBV
MA
Volume
Candlesticks

You do not need many oscillators/indicators... some people think you need every one of them in the world on your charts. but that clearly is not so.. just a few that you can master will do the trick...

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gotta look at RSI...

the more I go along? the more I like ADX and Aroon

can't ignore "moneyflow" or "acum/dist"

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sorry for quastion but does anyone know what is the maintanace call at scottrade? I got maintanance call for $1255385.00
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Machiavelli
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wow that is a pretty high maintenance lol.. do you mean margin call? ... if so you sure you put that $$ figure right? ...

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I'm with you BTex on the ADX. I love that chart. The one that comes with my trading software is a +DMI, -DMI, and ADX. The charts that seems to give me the best info are MACD, Accumulation/Distribution, Tiggs Money Flow (very good), and the ADX charts. Two years and $50,000 later I finally figured out what works for me. Good Luck!

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Also, if any of you are intersted, check out The Mentor Center's Investrio software. Very good!

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where can you find it.
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sorry if this is a little off topic but can someone please give me a good site that I can do some research on these stocks before I blindly buy them hoping for something good to happen.

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thats crazy

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quote:
Originally posted by manpan:
sorry if this is a little off topic but can someone please give me a good site that I can do some research on these stocks before I blindly buy them hoping for something good to happen.

http://www.allstocks.com/stockmessageboard/cgi-bin/ultimatebb.cgi/ubb/get_topic/ f/9/t/001150.html?

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quote:
Originally posted by manpan:
sorry if this is a little off topic but can someone please give me a good site that I can do some research on these stocks before I blindly buy them hoping for something good to happen.

www.smallcapcenter.com

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Here are a couple of places to find the Mentor Center trading software. You can download a trial version. It provides the most info on stocks that I have seen so far. Good Luck!

1.http://www.geocities.com/masterwealthsystems2002/investing.html

2. http://www.tradingtool.com/

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MACD is great for predicting an uptrend on a stock that has normal cycles

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what do u see when this is applied to crdm, i try it on my scotrade acct but i dont have a clue how to read it...
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