I took the challenge to see if you have been proven right time and time again and here is what I found:
August 15th at 3:41 you posted (on separate threads);
"may go a tad lower" and
"time to buy, uptrend starts"
Kind of hard to be wrong when you call it both ways?
"charts show sock to 10+ in short order"
Please define "short order" for us.
Brean to raise target price is conference call is "good". You said conference call was "good", yet no increase in the price target from Brean?
Partnership by the end of the month.
Kovner taking Synta private - USB may be involved.
USB to initiate coverage soon.
Filling the gap to $7.10 to set up breakout. [This has not only been posted this week, but posted almost verbatim in early August.]
And my favorite:
"$6.09 on higher volume signals run to 8-9. This is Technicals 101." [$6.09 was hit on higher volume that day.]
So, while I have found many examples of where you were WRONG or just plain ambiguous, in my research I could only find ONE instance where you were right - when you told everyone to buy when SNTA last dipped below $6.00.
Again, don't take this post the wrong way. I really do like what you have to say. I just wish you would stick to factual DATA (stay away from the chartist #$%$), give us your interpretation of the factual DATA [that is your strength], and please don't challenge people to present cases based on "rational" valuations when 90% of what you base your "analysis" on is pictures of lines and dots and bars.
You are an excellent critical thinker and have a knack for evaluating DATA. Stop wasting your (and our) time on charts UNLESS they are used to support a specific group of DATA you have evaluated.
When I was studying for the Series 6 exam an old and very wise broker told me, "Chartists are like Nostradamus enthusiasts. They can never tell you what WILL happen, but can show you how they predicted it AFTER it happens."
My special indicator went green for the first time ever on Synta (since been following at end of July) an half hour before the big accumulating buyer who had been bidding below the market between 6.22-6.35 ish decided to finish accumulating with the 144k block at 6.36. Now we move up. We are going to breach 7.10. The big buyer got his fill from the shorts and now will run the short stops and force the cover to breach 7.10. Will be interesting to see how quickly the big longs make this happen.