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    Quote Originally Posted by couta1 View Post
    As good as Hoots is no one knows where this stock is going on a daily or weekly basis, the shorts won't be giving up that easy and with the Insto's back on board to play games next week expect more tree shaking before the result.
    Watch the shortcoverings - 1.3m shares covered since Dec 21st when sp fell to six month low of A$9.05 and sp has rallied 20% since!

    Shorts still at 49.5m shares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minimoke View Post
    Draw enough straight lines and it looks like a chart can confirm any bias.
    Pretty sad dismissive post of TA.

    I've previously posted here details of over 22 trades that had gained me over 2000% gains in ATM which now accounts for 60% of my portfolio - Free held. TA guided me throughout.

    So by all means dismiss TA..... it's your loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Left field View Post
    Pretty sad dismissive post of TA.

    I've previously posted here details of over 22 trades that had gained me over 2000% gains in ATM which now accounts for 60% of my portfolio - Free held. TA guided me throughout.

    So by all means dismiss TA..... it's your loss.
    A day or so ago TA was all a flutter with excitement with ATM hitting $11.50 having apparently broken the all important MA100. Now its back down to $11.36 - something I didnt see the Chartists predicting.

    I stand by my "usual up and down" trend statement (which is stating the bleeding obvious with ATM.) and will add that no tool can accurately predict with precision the movement of ATM. Suffice to say it will go up, which is why I hold.

    Disc - not a trader but a long term investor

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    Hoop who sadly doesn’t post any more on ST says this about ATM — Officially-- BEAR..Technically-- recent unconfirmed reversal to BULL

    That’s pretty good eh
    “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Hoop who sadly doesn’t post any more on ST says this about ATM — Officially-- BEAR..Technically-- recent unconfirmed reversal to BULL

    That’s pretty good eh
    Yes a bob each way.!.....lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winner69 View Post
    Hoop who sadly doesn’t post any more on ST says this about ATM — Officially-- BEAR..Technically-- recent unconfirmed reversal to BULL

    That’s pretty good eh
    Seems to be a view at odds with Hoots chart.

    A chart should have objective data from which an objective conclusion can be drawn.

    As I said earlier - draw a chart and stick some lines on it and draw your own conclusions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Left field View Post
    Pretty sad dismissive post of TA.

    I've previously posted here details of over 22 trades that had gained me over 2000% gains in ATM which now accounts for 60% of my portfolio - Free held. TA guided me throughout.

    So by all means dismiss TA..... it's your loss.
    You've done well using TA, I wouldn't trade without it. On A2M the breakout close above the medium term down trend line from the spike high was encouraging, as was the perfect back test of it yesterday, bounce and closed above again at $10.80. Closing the gap between 10.99 and 11.30 is the next hurdle.
    BAA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baa_Baa View Post
    You've done well using TA, I wouldn't trade without it. On A2M the breakout close above the medium term down trend line from the spike high was encouraging, as was the perfect back test of it yesterday, bounce and closed above again at $10.80. Closing the gap between 10.99 and 11.30 is the next hurdle.
    You can trade well with it or without it, if your immersed in the market every day then your Gutometer is your best TA tool.
    Last edited by couta1; 11-01-2019 at 10:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by couta1 View Post
    You can trade well with it or without it, if your immersed in the market every day then your Gutometer is your best TA tool.
    Sure, whatever works for you.
    BAA

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    IMHO a mix of TA, FA and Gutometer is hard to beat. Get the trifecta and you are away!!

    Interesting post today on HC quoting scan data from "Australia's largest retail supermarket group" stating A2 IF sales for the last qtr up 61% on pp, and that A2 now has 31% market share.

    Add these sales trends to Hoot's 'encouraging' T/A analysis and my gutometer is getting a tab excited!

    (However, as Couta and Balance point out, we still have to contend with the shorters in the meantime till the next update comes out.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by couta1 View Post
    You can trade well with it or without it, if your immersed in the market every day then your Gutometer is your best TA tool.
    I think you have summed it up well Couta. I think the successful TA guys and girls are probably being influenced by their Gutometer more than they realise. Those gut feelings influence where and how they draw their lines and the decisions they make.

    Personally I just rely on my whiskers - mostly they are right enough to counter when they are very very wrong. Maybe it has been too easy in this market over the last 10 years or so and a chimp throwing darts would probably be as good as this cats whiskers. Very hard to say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brain View Post
    . Maybe it has been too easy in this market over the last 10 years or so and a chimp throwing darts would probably be as good as this cats whiskers. Very hard to say.
    I did that with the Very Successful patented Minimoke Random Share Generator. Entered it in the Stock Picking contest and got 11th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by couta1 View Post
    You can trade well with it or without it, if your immersed in the market every day then your Gutometer is your best TA tool.
    Yes you can
    Quote Originally Posted by Baa_Baa View Post
    Sure, whatever works for you.
    And that's the key - do what works for you.
    Listen to people but do what works for you!

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    Nestle and their maternal A2 milk powder.

    https://www.nutraingredients-asia.co...aign=copyright

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