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#2/ UPDATE/ A,B,C,D,E,F #66 /\ Good info here...Quote /\ EXPLANATION EXCERPTS
Nilbud / WAS #2365
02-24-2017
*A. #A private placement
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The sale of securities to a relatively small number of select investors as a way of raising capital.
Investors involved in private placements are usually large banks, mutual funds, insurance companies and pension funds.


Private placement is the opposite of a public issue, in which securities are made available for sale on the open market.
These shares are usually bought by accredited investors - To be an accredited investor, you must be one of these:


a bank, insurance company, registered investment company, business development company, or small business investment company;


an employee benefit plan, within the meaning of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, if a bank, insurance company,
or registered investment adviser makes the investment decisions,
or if the plan has total assets in excess of $5 million;


a charitable organization, corporation, or partnership with assets exceeding $5 million;


a director, executive officer, or general partner of the company selling the securities;


a business in which all the equity owners are accredited investors;


a natural person who has individual net worth, or joint net worth with the person’s spouse,
that exceeds $1 million at the time of the purchase, excluding the value of the primary residence of such person;


a natural person with income exceeding $200,000 in each of the two
most recent years or joint income with a spouse exceeding $300,000
for those years and a reasonable expectation of the same income level
in the current year;
or


a trust with assets in excess of $5 million, not formed to acquire
the securities offered, whose purchases a sophisticated person makes.


***A-1
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$25K Day Trader Rule - Explained
I was asked about this the other day and thought there may be some in here with the same question...
If you do more than 3 round trips (Buy & Sell the same stock within the same day) within a 5 day period, you will be marked as "A Pattern Day Trader"

#2/ You will retain this status for 90 days, unless you bring your account balance to or above $25K.
This does NOT mean that your trading account will be Frozen for 90 days
This does NOT mean that you are in trouble with the SEC or FINRA


#3/ It DOES mean that you will not have the privalages of a Margin Account for 90 days
Which in turn means that you will not be able to use funds from a closed trade, until such funds clear.


#4 A margin account requires a $2K minimum balance and allows you to trade with funds that have not yet cleared.


#4-A/ It takes 3 days for trade funds to clear.
While you are in "Pattern Day Trader" status your trading account will be a "Cash Account"


#5/ To achieve the $25K balance which will allow you margin and more than 3 round trips in a 5 day period you can deposit money in a separate account than the one you trade with.


#6/ You can even transfer your IRA account to your broker account to make up the difference and give yourself a higher margin allowance.
Feel free to ask me any questions about this or anything else pertaining to trading.
I hope this helps


**B.#DTC Registration
Explanation of DTC Chill by Mikey and a list of DTC Chilled & lifted DTC chills on StockGoodies

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http://www.stockgoodies.com/list-of-non-dtc-stocks.html


***C.#Illuminati Explanation; REVERSAL TIMING.
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talks about the so-called reversal times

So far, they have stayed the same day in and day out. I truly that what I’m about to reveal to you will help take your intra-day trading skills to higher heights of mastery. Let me now carefully define each one of the reversal time frames, and review their idiosyncrasies and tendencies. For each reversal time is unique and possesses its own individual character.


The Eight Reversal Times Defined and Explained

As mentioned above there are eight specific times around which stocks and the market in general tend to consistently turn or reverse. These Key Reversal Times are as follows: a) 9:50 – 10:10; b) 10:25 – 10:35; c) 11:15 – 11:30; d) 12:00 – 12:15; e) 1:15 – 1:30; f) 2:15 – 2:30; g) 3:00; h) 3:30. All times are stated using Eastern Standard Time. Let’s now delve a little deeper into each one.



****D.#WHAT DOES 15-12G MEAN?
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When a firm “goes dark” it deregisters with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and delists its shares. Deregistered firms are no longer required to make SEC filings such as annual reports, proxies, 10-Ks, 10-Qs and other important documents. And they’re no longer required to have annual meetings or elect outside directors.


To deregister, a firm files Form 15-12G (Securities Registration Termination) with the SEC stating its intent to deregister, usually by a certain date. Once that date arrives, the stock exchange or NASDAQ prohibits future trading in the shares.


The firm’s shares are then relegated to the pink sheets, where liquidity is usually much lower. Although the actual process takes some time, the firm’s share price typically will decline immediately after the “going dark” announcement, since many institutions are prohibited from owning shares of firms that don’t file with the SEC or trade on the exchanges or NASDAQ.


Shareholder Action Plan

The lessons here are several:

If a company you own announces plans to deregister, don’t panic. If the fundamentals are intact, the shares are probably worth owning. Even in the less liquid pink sheets, shares of firms with improving fundamentals will appreciate.


However, you should call the firm immediately to assess their plans for ongoing communication with outside shareholders. Ask the same questions we did of Southern Energy Homes—which gave the right answers.


If you receive answers that indicate communication will be lessened, there may be some governance issues relating to the treatment of outside shareholders. For example, we would find it difficult to own shares of a company that provided only an annual report and had no annual meetings or election of directors.


Make sure the fundamentals are intact. Use the deregistration announcement as an opportunity to perform a thorough review of company prospects. Often a firm will deregister to help hide a deteriorating financial condition, bad accounting or other ailments


Fortune favors the bold. To be a successful investor you must have the courage of your convictions. That means if you’ve done your homework, don’t be afraid to step up to the plate, especially in the face of consensus opinion that’s going the other way. "


Courtesy of John Deysher (Complete Article Link

http://www.aaii.com/commentary/articles/200601_stockstrategies.cfm

My Very Humble Effing Thoughts and Opinion:


And in actuallity, filing of Form 15's in the OTC World usually will lead to a RUN of the stock....especially on a dormant stock.....
because it means they want to stay alive and not be killed by the all powerful and knowing sec (Screwing Everyone Consistently)


*****E.TWEEZER CHART CALLS; WITH ELLIOTT WAVE
two candles red and green same size in btm call.

SmallCap Trading Techniques!
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Japanese Candlesticks Charting and Pattern Techniques
http://www.scribd.com/doc/6367231/Steve-Nison-Japanese-Candlesticks-Charting-Techniques

Candle Stick Pattern Formations
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Category:Candlestick_formations

Bulkowski's Free Pattern Research
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Candlestick Pattern Dictionary
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Level 2 Tutorial
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Candle Stick Pattern web site links 2011.

a
http://optionstradingbeginner.blogspot.com/2008/04/tweezer-bottom-vs-tweezer-top.html
b
i have made a notice to myself for tweezer calls. would this be da same in top out?
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Hanging_Man
c
is red showing better at btm call vs top out like a green candle call?
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Hammer


#2/ Candle Stick Pattern web site links 2011.
d
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Category:Candlestick_formations
e
http://optionstradingbeginner.blogspot.com/2008/04/tweezer-bottom-vs-tweezer-top.html
f
http://www.stockhideout.com/stock-blog/2010/01/01/learn-to-trade-penny-stocks/


#3/ Candle Stick Pattern web site links 2011.

g - Japanese Candlesticks Charting Techniques
http://www.scribd.com/doc/6367231/Steve-Nison-Japanese-Candlesticks-Charting-Techniques
h - Bulkowski's Free Pattern Research
http://thepatternsite.com/index.html
i
Hammer Hanging Man Harami Harami Cross Candle Pattern.
http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?id=chart_school:glossary_h


#4/ Candle Stick Pattern web site links 2011.

j* - *Hammer*
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/h/hammer.asp
k* - *Hanging Man
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/h/hangingman.asp
l - level 2
http://ih.advfn.com/p.php?pid=ih_l2tutorial


#5/ check these out/ click on the education tab on the
front home page of stock hideout dot com.
1
http://www.stockhideout.com/Default.aspx
2
http://www.stockhideout.com/stock-blog/
3
http://www.stockhideout.com/stock-blog/2010/01/01/learn-to-trade-penny-stocks/
4
http://www.americanbulls.com/StockPage.asp?CompanyTicker=ACTC&MarketTicker=OTC&TYP=S
5
http://www.americanbulls.com/StockPage.asp?CompanyTicker=ACTT&MarketTicker=OTC&TYP=S
6
http://www.candlesticker.com/Default.asp
7
http://www.candlesticker.com/Bullish.asp
8
http://www.candlesticker.com/Bearish.asp
9
http://www.candlesticker.com/Neutral.asp
10
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/t/tweezer.asp
11
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/d/doublebottom.asp
12
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/d/doubletop.asp
13
http://www.investopedia.com/articles/forex/09/tweezers-double-tops-bottoms.asp
14
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Special:Allpages
15
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Tweezers_-_Top_and_Bottom
16
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Category:Candlestick_formations
17
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Hammer
18
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Hanging_Man
19
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Harami
20
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Harami_Cross


#6/ check these out/ click on the education tab on the
front home page of stock hideout dot com.
1
http://www.stockhideout.com/Default.aspx

21
http://www.trade2win.com/traderpedia/Special:Allpages
22
http://www.tradersedgeindia.com/japanese_candlestick_charting.htm
23
http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?id=chart_school:technical_indicators
24
http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?id=chart_school:technical_indicators:bollinger_band_perce
25
http://www.traderplanet.com/tutorials/view/16552-japanese_candlestick_charts_tutorial/
26
http://www.traderplanet.com/tutorials/view/16552-japanese_candlestick_charts_tutorial/
27
http://thepatternsite.com/index.html
28
http://www.mysmp.com/stocks/tweezer-bottom.html
29
http://optionstradingbeginner.blogspot.com/2007/12/chart-patterns.html
30
http://optionstradingbeginner.blogspot.com/2008/04/tweezer-bottom-vs-tweezer-top.html



#7/ check these out/ click on the education tab on the
front home page of stock hideout dot com.
1
http://www.stockhideout.com/Default.aspx

31
http://www.stockta.com/cgi-bin/analysis.pl?symb=BYOC&num1=15&cobrand=&mode=stock
32
http://www.stockwatch.com/Quote/Detail.aspx
33
http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?id=chart_school:chart_analysis:candlestick_bullish_
34
http://stockcharts.com/help/doku.php?id=chart_school:chart_analysis:chart_patterns:rounding_bottom_reve
35
http://optionstradingbeginner.blogspot.com/2008/04/tweezer-bottom-vs-tweezer-top.html
36
http://stockcharts.com/help/doku.php?id=chart_school:chart_analysis:support_and_resistan
37 - Japanese Candlesticks Charting Techniques
http://www.scribd.com/doc/6367231/Steve-Nison-Japanese-Candlesticks-Charting-Techniques
38 - Stock Scan: Hammer Patterns (US and Canada) - Charting Tools
http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.scan?s=TSA[t.t_eq_s]![as0,20,tv_gt_40000]![wp_eq_1]
39 - Hammer Hanging Man Harami Harami Cross Candle Pattern.
http://stockcharts.com/school/doku.php?id=chart_school:glossary_h
40
http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=LPH&p=D&yr=0&mn=3&dy=23&id=p64419518113



#8/ check these out/ click on the education tab on the
front home page of stock hideout dot com.
1
http://www.stockhideout.com/Default.aspx

41
http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=CIB&p=D&yr=0&mn=3&dy=23&id=p37895095809
42
http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=AAPL&p=D&yr=0&mn=6&dy=23&id=p86980363062
43
http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=EPL&p=D&yr=0&mn=6&dy=23&id=p71949140062
44 - Candle Stick Forum
http://www.candlestickforum.com/
45 - Stock Market Trading with Stephen Bigalow every Thursday 7PM CST
http://www.candlestickforum.com/PPF/Parameters/10__/candlestick.asp
46 - HOW TO TRADE THE STOCK MARKET USING THE MAJOR CANDLESTICK SIGNALS
http://www.candlestickforum.com/PPF/Parameters/16_332_/candlestick.asp
47 - Candlestick Chart Analysis on SPY
http://www.candlestickchart.com/cgi/chart.cgi?symbol=spy&exchange=US
48 -
http://candlestickfx.com/
49
http://www.candlestickanalysis.com/category/candlestick-patterns/bearish-double-stick-patterns
50
http://www.candlestickanalysis.com/category/candlestick-patterns/bullish-double-stick-patterns


#9/ check these out/ click on the education tab on the
front home page of stock hideout dot com.
1
http://www.stockhideout.com/Default.aspx


51
http://finviz.com/quote.ashx?t=hban&ty=c&ta=1&p=d
52
http://finviz.com/quote.ashx?t=bac
53* - *Hammer Japanese Candlestick*
http://www.traderslog.com/hammer-japanese-candlestick/
54* - *Hanging Man Japanese Candlestick*
http://www.traderslog.com/Hanging-Man-Candlestick.htm
55* - *Japanese Candlesticks*
http://www.traderslog.com/Japanese-Candlesticks.htm
56* - *Hammer*
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/h/hammer.asp
57* - *Hanging Man*
http://www.investopedia.com/terms/h/hangingman.asp



#10/ CHARTING/ TWEEZWERS CALLS

tweezers btm


tweezers btm
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tweezers top



tweezers top
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#11/ *The Power of The Hammer Candle!!!


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#12/ *The Power of The Hammer Candle!!!


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#13/ From Our Friends Here; FIBS / elliott wave explanation!
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Yep, things change.
I did not write those theory, though.
I learned them.

The first five ones are the most important as:




Then, you have the complete 8 wave cycle




Know which of the "Waves" your stock is in, before you consider Buying it, is the idea behind those diagrams


Things like: A/S increase or massive dilution beginning here would crash the pps completely.

Nothing like that here, but we are are still in stinky pinky land,so anything can happen...

Notice also that the first (iii) and b in the diagram is between .0024 to .0028 or so for ???? We reached those many times since March 25th ( (iii) )...



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[-chart]stockcharts.com/school/data/media/chart_school/market_analysis/elliott_wave_theory/ew_basics/ewb-01-spy5.png[/chart]


Then, you have the complete 8 wave cycle

[-chart]stockcharts.com/school/data/media/chart_school/market_analysis/elliott_wave_theory/ew_basics/ewb-03-up8.png[/chart]

Know which of the "Waves" your stock is in, before you consider Buying it, is the idea behind those diagrams


Things like: A/S increase or massive dilution beginning here would crash the pps completely.

Nothing like that here, but we are are still in stinky pinky land,so anything can happen...

Notice also that the first (iii) and b in the diagram is between .0024 to .0028 or so for ???? We reached those many times since March 25th ( (iii) )...


[-chart]www.acrotec.com/elliottwave/ew2.jpg[/chart]




$25K Day Trader Rule - Explained
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I was asked about this the other day and thought there may be some in here with the same question...
If you do more than 3 round trips (Buy & Sell the same stock within the same day) within a 5 day period, you will be marked as "A Pattern Day Trader"
You will retain this stautus for 90 days, unless you bring your account balance to or above $25K.

This does NOT mean that your trading account will be Frozen for 90 days
This does NOT mean that you are in trouble with the SEC or FINRA
It DOES mean that you will not have the privalages of a Margin Account for 90 days
Which in turn means that you will not be able to use funds from a closed trade, until such funds clear.
A margin account requires a $2K minimum balance and allows you to trade with funds that have not yet cleared.
It takes 3 days for trade funds to clear.
While you are in "Pattern Day Trader" status your trading account will be a "Cash Account"

To achieve the $25K balance which will allow you margin and more than 3 round trips in a 5 day period you can deposit money in a separate account than the one you trade with.
You can even transfer your IRA account to your broker account to make up the difference and give yourself a higher margin allowance.
Feel free to ask me any questions about this or anything else pertaining to trading.
I hope this helps

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1.Candlestick Charts The Japanese Candles;
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2.Shadow and Tail The shadow candle;
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3.Shooting Star The shooting star is a type of bearish reversal pattern.
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4.Candlestick Colors For improved presentation,
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5.Abandoned Baby (Bullish) • Direction: Bullish • Type: Reversal • Reliability: Strong •
Day-one is a red day continuing an established bear trend. • Day-two is a doji whose shadows trades below day-ones close.
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6.Form N-23C3A ~ SEC Filings Explained
Notification of periodic repurchase offer Filed pursuant to Rule 23c-3(b) only
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7.Form N-CSR ~ SEC Filings Explained
Certified annual shareholder report of registered management investment companies
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8.Form S-4 ~ SEC Filings Explained
Registration of securities issued in business combination transactions
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9.Bullish Morning Doji Star • Direction: Bullish • Type: Reversal • Reliability: Strong
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10.Marubozu Candlesticks Marubozu are even stronger bull or bear
signals than long lines as they show that buyers/sellers have
remained in control from the open to the close
-- there are no intra-day retracements.
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11.Inverted Hammer The Inverted Hammer is a type of bullish reversal pattern
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12.What Dividends Say About Stock Health
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13.Introduction To Incentive Stock Options
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14.Dragon Fly Doji usually occurs when a downward change is about to break. Long Legged Doji indicates
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15.Doji Candlesticks (General) The doji candlestick occurs when the open and closing price are equal.
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16.Dragonfly The dragonfly occurs when the open and close are near the top of the candlestick and signals reversal
after a down-trend: control has shifted from sellers to buyers.
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17.Hammer and Gravestone The hammer is not as strong as the dragonfly candlestick, but also signals reversal after a down-trend
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18.Hanging Man A hammer that occurs after an up trend is called a 'hanging man' and is a bearish signal.
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19.Dark Cloud A Dark Cloud pattern encountered after an up-trend is a reversal signal, warning of "rainy days" ahead.
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20.Piercing Line The Piercing Line is the opposite of the Dark Cloud pattern and is a reversal signal if it appears after a down-trend.
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21.Engulfing Candlesticks Engulfing patterns are where the body of the second candlestick 'engulfs' the first. They often follow or complete doji, hammer or gravestone patterns and signal reversal in the short-term trend.
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22.Harami Candlestick A Harami formation indicates loss of momentum and often warns of reversal after a strong trend. Harami means 'pregnant' which is quite descriptive. The second candlestick must be contained within the body of the first, though the shadows may protrude slightly.
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23.Star Formations[/] Stars are similar to gaps. A long body followed by a much shorter candlestick with a short body,
where the bodies must not overlap -- though their shadows may.
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24.Evening Star The Evening Star pattern is opposite to Morning Star and is a reversal signal at the end of an up-trend.
The pattern is more bearish if the second candlestick is filled rather than hollow.
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25.Line Chart
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26.Introduction To Phantom Stock And SARs
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27.Momentum: Momentum is usually measured with an oscillator such as MACD. If MACD is above its 9-day EMA (exponential moving average) or positive,
then momentum will be considered bullish, or at least improving.
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28.Doji Star A Doji Star is weaker than the Morning or Evening Star:
the doji represents indecision.
The doji star requires confirmation from the next candlestick closing
in the bottom half of the body of the first candlestick
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29.Rising Three Methods The Rising Method consists of two strong white lines bracketing 3 or 4 small declining black candlesticks.
The final white line forms a new closing high. The pattern is
definitely bullish.
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30.Falling Three Methods The bearish Falling Method consists of two long black lines bracketing
3 or 4 small ascending white candlesticks, the second black line forming a new closing low.
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31.Tweezer Tops The Tweezer Top formation is a bearish reversal pattern seen at the top of uptrends.
Tweezer Top formation consists of two candlesticks:
Bullish Candle (Day 1) Bearish Candle (Day 2) Sometimes Tweezer Tops have three candlesticks. A bearish Tweezer Top occurs during an uptrend when bulls take prices higher, often closing the day off near the highs (a bullish sign). However, on the second day, how traders feel (i.e. their sentiment) reverses completely. The market opens and goes straight down, often eliminating the entire gains of Day One.
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32.Tweezer Bottoms The Tweezer Bottom formation is a bullish reversal pattern seen at the bottom of downtrends.
Tweezer Bottom formation consists of two candlesticks:
Bearish Candle (Day 1) Bullish Candle (Day 2) Sometimes Tweezer Bottoms have three candlesticks. A bullish Tweezer Bottom occurs during a downtrend when bears continue to take prices lower, usually closing the day near the lows (a bearish sign).
Nevertheless, Day 2 is completely opposite because prices open and go nowhere but upwards. This bullish advance on Day 2 sometimes eliminates all losses from the previous day.
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33.Exchange-traded grantor trusts
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34.Three White Soldiers (Bullish) Bullish Three White Soldiers Pattern is indicative of a strong reversal in the market.
It is characterized by three long candlesticks stepping upward like a staircase.
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35.What Are A Stock's "Fundamentals"?
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36.Three Black Crows (Bullish) The Bearish Three Black Crows Pattern is indicative of a strong reversal during an uptrend.
It consists of three long black candlesticks, which look like a stair stepping downward.
The opening price of each day is higher than the previous day's closing price suggesting a move to a new short term low.
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37.THREE INSIDE UP (Bullish) The Bullish Three Inside Up Pattern is another name for the Confirmed Bullish Harami Pattern.
The third day is confirmation of the bullish trend reversal.
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38.THREE INSIDE DOWN (Bearish) The Bearish Three Inside Down Pattern is another name for the Confirmed Bearish Harami Pattern.
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39.CONCEALING BABY SWALLOW This Bullish pattern is highlighted by two consecutive Black Marubozu.
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40.THREE OUTSIDE DOWN The Bearish Three Outside Down Pattern is another name for the Confirmed Bearish Engulfing Pattern.
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41.UPSIDE GAP TWO CROWS The Bearish Upside Gap Two Crows Pattern is a three-candlestick pattern and it signals a top reversal.
The first candlestick is a long white candlestick followed by a real body that gaps higher.
Then another black real body appears, which opens above the
second day’s open and closes under the second day’s close, completing the pattern
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42.THREE OUTSIDE UP The Bearish Upside Gap Two Crows Pattern is a three-candlestick pattern and it signals a top reversal.
The first candlestick is a long white candlestick followed by a real body that gaps higher.
Then another black real body appears, which opens above the second day’s open and closes under the second day’s
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43.FOUR PRICE DOJI The Four Price Doji is a single candlestick pattern.

It is simply a horizontal line that has no upper or lower shadows.
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44.Stock Market Simulators: Play Your Way To Profits
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45.Goodies Approves StockCharts.com - ChartSchool
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46.3 Reasons Why You Need To Understand Investing
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47.WHITE SPINNING TOP The White Spinning Top is a single candlestick pattern.
Its shape is a small white body with upper and lower shadows that have
a greater length than the body's length.
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48.BLACK SPINNING TOP The Black Spinning Top is a single candlestick pattern.
Its shape is a small black body with upper and lower shadows having a greater length than the body's length.
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49.MORNING STAR This is a three-candlestick formation that signals a major bottom.
It is composed of a first long black body, a second small real body, white or black, gapping lower to form a star.
These two candlesticks define a basic star pattern.
The third is a white candlestick that closes well into the first session’s black real
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50.MORNING DOJI STAR This is also a three-candlestick formation signaling a major bottom reversal.
It is composed of a long black candlestick followed by a doji,
which characteristically gaps down to form a doji star.
Then we have a third white candlestick whose closing is well into the first session’s black real body.
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51.LONG LEGGED DOJI Long Legged Doji is a doji characterized with
very long shadows. It shows the indecision of the buyers and sellers.
It is one of the important reversal signals.
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52.The Alphabet Soup Of Stocks / cyclical, growth and income stocks / try to replace the confusion with some clarity and logic / Stocks
and the Business Cycle / Seasonal to Growth / Penny Stock -
The term penny stock is used to denote stocks that trade for less
than a dollar, but can also refer to stocks that are considered very speculative
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53.4 Signs A Private Company Is Going Public
When a private company makes plans to go public, there is rarely any fanfare or advance notice.
silence is due to SEC requirements in relation to official filings of notices and the prospectus
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54. Digging Deeper Into Bull And Bear Markets
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55. in full / trading investments / the four fed horsemen and sentiment.
White Horse|Red Horse|Black Horse|Pale Horse


55-A/ 55. in full / trading investments / the four fed horsemen and sentiment.
White Horse|Red Horse|Black Horse|Pale Horse

Nationally syndicated columnist and Human Events editor David Harsanyi’s new book Obama’s Four Horsemen: ... When the fed does it
quartet of power brokers known as the Four Horsemen
Four Horseman of the Banking Cartel/Federal Reserve Admits “We Have NO Gold”

1.New York Federal Reserve Bank
2.Four Horsemen International (FHI), of Arlington, Virginia
3.Philly,Pa / Federal Reserve Bank
4.Chgo.,Il. / Federal Reserve Bank


55-B/ 55. in full / trading investments / the four fed horsemen and sentiment.
White Horse|Red Horse|Black Horse|Pale Horse

also; Jamie Dimon / libors loser.
The Federal Reserve Cartel: Part I: The Eight Families |
The Four Horsemen of Banking Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase

Federal Reserve Board / chairman Bernanke / NOT THERE NOW
BUT HE IS BEHIND SCENES


56. Tool for thought on forward splits;
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Save shareholders value!

AAPL down down from 52 wk high. aapl to due a 1 for 7 forward split
DONE

TSLA should forward split. no split yet.

GOOG should forward split. they done 2 for one forward
DONE

NFLX SHOULD FORWARD SPLIT. no split yet
DONE

Reason take a look where AAPL was 52 wk high vs today's pps.
aapl isover $600 as of 06-02-14
Analyst have AAPL going to $240. 05-24-13
never got there

So bleeding for AAPL had they forward split would be half da bleeding going on today OR WHAT HAD TO BE DECIDED ON FOR DILUTION!
answer;
no more bleeding.
cramer special.


57.A/ Tool For Form *T* Trade. update/\Nilbud
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Form T trades in pennies are brokers covering sells they made earlier in the day.
The T trades themselves do not have any effect on the stock,
as they are trades that already happened during the trading day,
they are more like internal accounting, than anything else.


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Found the definition to form T
"t-trade"


57.B/ Tool For Form *T* Trade. update/\Nilbud
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"Investopedia explains 'Form T'
Trading in extended hours enables investors to react quickly to events that typically occur outside regular market hours, such as earnings reports.

However, liquidity may be constrained during such Form T trading, resulting in wide bid-ask spreads.

Form T trading is especially suited for overseas investors, since they may conduct the bulk of their U.S. trading when their markets are open but U.S. markets are closed.

The growing popularity of electronic communication networks means
that Form T trading is bound to continue increasing"

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Could this be iris?
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58. naked short/\short squeeze.
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59. A pinch is when the PPO or MACD lines almost touch the ADX
signal line and then separate - It's usually a precursor to a really big move up
Here's an example: PINCHER

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DOJI
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DOJI-MORNING DOJI STAR
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60. BULLISH GRAVESTONE DOJI
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Gravestone Doji is a specific Doji with opening and closing prices
equal to the low of the day.
The Bullish Gravestone Doji Pattern is a bottom reversal pattern. Similar to its cousin the Bullish Inverted Hammer Pattern, it occurs in a downtrend and represents a possible reversal of trend.



61.BULLISH UNIQUE THREE RIVER BOTTOM
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The Bullish Unique Three River Bottom Pattern is an extremely rare bottom reversal pattern.
Its first candlestick is an extended black candlestick then followed
by a second black real body closing higher than the first candlestick’s close, and the third candlestick is a white candlestick with a very small real body.
The real white body shows that the market lost the selling pressure.


62.BEARISH ADVANCE BLOCK
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It is a pattern characterized by three long white candlesticks with consecutively higher closes during an uptrend.
The Bearish Advance Block Pattern is similar to the Bullish Three White Soldiers Pattern.
The difference is the fact that each successive day is weaker than the one preceding it.
This may suggest that the rally is losing strength and a reversal is possible.


63.A Typical Type of Dilution
typical scenario , lets say stock ABCD sells finance guy A 1 billion shares from the a/s for .0001 and gets $100K in cash in return for
those shares at that price ,and lets say those shares are restricted
for 6 months.



63.B Typical Type of Dilution
So ABCD now has $100K in cash and no worries for 6 months in which
they can either continue to promote their company and move stock
higher or just let the peeps on the ticker board help create momo
and just help it move it wherever it may go .
Then at the 6 month time they hire said group to promote news and Finance guy A get to sell his shares and anything above .0001 is pure profit


64. LINKS,
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66. Comment to the DOL, and repost it to other places so that more people become aware of this critical issue.


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