Investolator Saturday, 05/08/21 08:29:14 AM Re: IU post# 189 Post # of 203 There are not many stocks that fix the time frame Ted spoke about in his book. I still look for the formation but instead of 20 year base, most of them are formed in 5 years or even less time, One formation I have used to buy if what I call a curve pattern. Instead of a straight line descending, I like it when it forms a slow curve and as it begins to move upward is where I bought most of my stocks last year, which most of them I sold in only a matter of about 6 months or less. I also like triangles, even in stocks under $5. Of what value are rules if they are not followed. I have several stocks in my account that I have no clue why I bought them. Their chart, looking back, did not jump out at me. Live and learn. I2000 May our up days be many and the down days few. Fada cónaigh agus brabach.