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nipper
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From "The West Australian" 5th/August/2011. I read with sad emotion that
Yogi bear has passed away. I will miss his comment and good analysis regrading
on share tradings, xjo
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"Every long-term security is nothing more than a claim on some expected future stream of cash that will be delivered into the hands of investors over time. For a given stream of expected future cash payments, the higher the price investors pay today for that stream of cash, the lower the long-term return they will achieve on their investment over time." - Dr John Hussman

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Thanks .Do you know where those greener fields are?

 
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He copped a lot shite from certain posters and moved to greener fields.



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Whatever happened to YOGI???

 
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In reply to: yogi-in-oz on Thursday 14/09/06 05:15am

Cheers Yogi.

 
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Hi Annaliese,

..... that disconnect between XJO and the US markets
happens a few times every year.

For example, next week 18022092006, XJO should be
stronger, but would imagine NOT as strong as the DOW
this week .....

..... will also be watching for a strong DOW on 18092006,
but a down-day for XJO on Tuesday/Wednesday (???), as well.

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Looking ahead on the DOW, at years end:

DOW = 31 Dec 2006 = 11,181 ... ???

Reasoning:

10 May 2006 = Hi = 11709

10 May 2006 + 180 days = 07 Nov 2006

07 or 15 Nov 2006 = Lo = 10655 ???

10655 + 50% of range above = 11,181 ???

happy days

yogi

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No advice here. If you need advice seek a
professional, as all of the above is the
humble analysis of one techie and astrotrader.
Play it safe, please do your own research.



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annaliese
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In reply to: yogi-in-oz on Wednesday 13/09/06 03:16am

Yogi,

Interesting to see the apparent disconnect between the DJIA and the main Aussie indicies.

I see on the CVN thread you suggest this will be a very positive week for the DOW.

Whats your call on the aussie market?

 
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Warning ..... astrostuff for oil, ahead:

Hi folks,

At the start of September 2006, we had Saturn/Neptune
opposition, which is the indicator for the consolidation
in the oil price, recently.

From the equinox, around 22092206, we should also see
flat-to-down trading in oil, with the final square that
Jupiter makes to Neptune, in this current 12 year cycle.

From around 28112006, there may be a mild recovery
in oil prices, particularly around:

01122006 - 08-11122006 - 20122006 - 02012007

We should also see further weakness in oil prices,
for 2007, as follows.

22022007-to-02032007 ... Saturn opposite Neptune

Then, we may see some recovery in price, until
around 06042007.


18-28062007 should see Saturn opposite Neptune
yet again, with the oil price weak, at that time.

Around the end of October 2007, we should see another
sharp rally in the oil price.

happy days

yogi


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No advice here. If you need advice seek a
professional, as all of the above is the
humble analysis of one techie and astrotrader.
Play it safe, please do your own research.



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Warning ..... astrostuff for gold, ahead:

Hi folks,

Up front, we will be looking to go long on gold and
gold stocks, around 20-23 October 2006.

With gold in a relatively flat trading range, since early-July
2006, we can see this lines up with Jupiter going direct,
around 05 July 2006.

http://futures.tradingcharts.com/chart/GD/86

Will be looking for further flat trading from gold, until
23 October 2006 ... soon after, we may see a dramatic
lift in the gold price ..... ???

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Soon after, we will be watching for that stellium of planets,
around 07 November 2006 ... it will be interesting to see,
if traders will push gold to its higher limits (DOW/SnP lower),
at this time ... ???

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For Aussie gold bugs in 2007 ..... a strong XJO expected in
February and October 2007, may well be driven by strong
gains in gold and other resources ..... ???

happy days

yogi

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No advice here. If you need advice seek a
professional, as all of the above is the
humble analysis of one techie and astrotrader.
Play it safe, please do your own research.



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yogi-in-oz
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Hi folks,

For techies:

As with many other TA tools, traders find it difficult
to apply Gann's mechanical tools to IPOs, due to
very limited price data.

However, Gann's astrotools are one of the few technical
tools that we can apply to IPOs from Day One of their listing.

That means, that as price data unfolds over the course of
time, our regular TA then becomes confirmation of our
astroanalysis, instead of vice-versa, as we have used them
in stocks with a longer trading history.

Many IPOs, like PYM, MYG, AKK, CIL, TMX, IGD, WSP, ODY
and SHA have all had their astroanalysis posted, along with
many others, like TBG, GFF, SPN and SKI ..... etc ..... smile.gif

Given that regular TA and Gann's mechanical tools are of
limited analystical value for IPOs, it soon becomes apparent,
that astroanalysis has become an important tool for
astrotraders, when considering trades in any IPO.

In fact, we can often anticipate which IPOs are worth
stagging and which offers should be declined, in preference
of buying in, at a lower price, at a later date.

By using Gann's astrostuff on IPOs, we have isolated an
area, where other mechanical tools cannot perform. In doing
so, it provides a focus on astroanalysis ALONE, so that we
can evaluate its performance as a trading tool, in isolation
from all others.

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For fundamentalists:

Time cycle analysis can alos help fundamentalists, with
their market timing in IPOs, by helping to gauge market
sentiment about any stock, at any given time.

Astroanalysis does not need TA to exist ..... it can be just as
easily done, without a price chart, at all !~!

..... this helps those investors using FA, to fine-tune their
trade entries and exits for better results.

happy days

yogi

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No advice here. If you need advice seek a
professional, as all of the above is the
humble analysis of one techie and astrotrader.
Play it safe, please do your own research.



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