Many of the posts here reflect a mixture of perspectives of time frame often misinterpreted as what is happening NOW. Fact is, sentiments related to investment posture here are a mixed bag. Buy,sell or hold do not necesserily reflect whether the poster is speaking of or interested in short term or long term assumptions. For example; Many here think this country, and the world for that matter are headed into a finanial abyss, ending in currency devaluation near the equivalent or somehwere in between Germany in the 1920s and a boit worse than where we are today. Few,if any think the US dollar is going to double in value. WHen YDM posts his "Economic Scorecard for the week of", these events pose immediate knee jerk reactions in the marksts, but, the cumulative effect of these data also suggest long term moves.
And, when Chemaes posts, we usually understand his time frame.
Many here have valuable input and I for one appreciate virtually all of it. I would also enjoy reading the perspective of the posteron how the information they postwoill impact today and 10 years out.
Yes, many here trade daily, but just as many are looking for longer term solutions as most will not or cannot trade daily,or hourly or each minute.
Very good point. When advice or viewpoints are given, its much more helpfull to know if they are leveraged day traders or longer term position investors. When someone says the Stochs and RSI are way over bought, are they looking at a Daily chart or a Weekly chart. Timeframe is extrememly important to understanding another trader's perspecive.