I'M doing the same thing.
1 2 3 4 5vdown 5 being the up wave then new count..
i don't doubt your knowledge, i appreciate the information you provide
5 count on the ELLIOTT WAVE...I stopped charting it after the oil index went bearish...You know you need to check that everything since this company runs based on the commodity index...Should come roaring back after this sector becomes oversold..
111 per barrel
what now? the charts didn't hit 15 in your post before this and then they never hit 20 and now its back at 13....no chart was going to tell you this
50-60 range by Oct/Nov
New to board, I agree looking for 20s
Yes I thought 15s bit it's going 20s
you think thats the dip? I feel like it can drop further than that based on last weeks chart. i was going to put a few purchase orders in for like 15.50, 15 and 14.50......then put my sell limit on $30.....
I would wait for high 15s
im gonna scoop more next week and set my sell limit to $30 and just ride it out
Earnings I dont care...Charts is all I use
Lol I'm long...
pissedddddd, have a 15 average, shoulda sold at the bell this morning at 15.75 and rebought at 14.....next time this gets above my average im selling and waiting to re-enter, so many swings, so much money to be made, left some on the table today unfortunately
Because oil refiners will sell oil to Europe at an inflated price
why do you think? because of the refinery purchase or fundamentals and their execution of business model? i rode this from 11 to 15 and took some profits but i am waiting to enter again on a pullback....i have some buy orders at 14 and 13 if it goes there and more dry powder to scale in again
11s commmming weeeeee....I own this board
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