But as soon as the Mariner, who was a man of infinite-resource- and-sagacity, found himself truly inside the Whale's warm, dark, inside cup-boards, he stumped and he jumped and he thumped and he bumped, and he pranced and he danced, and he banged and he clanged, and he hit and he bit, and he leaped and he creeped, and he prowled and he howled, and he hopped and he dropped, and he cried and he sighed, and he crawled and he bawled, and he stepped and he lepped, and he danced hornpipes where he shouldn't, and the Whale felt most unhappy indeed. (Have you forgotten the suspenders?)
So he said to the 'Stute Fish, 'This man is very nubbly, and besides he is making me hiccough. What shall I do?'
'Tell him to come out,' said the 'Stute Fish.
So the Whale called down his own throat to the shipwrecked Mariner, 'Come out and behave yourself. I've got the hiccoughs.'
'Nay, nay!' said the Mariner. 'Not so, but far otherwise. Take me to my natal-shore and the white-cliffs-of-Albion, and I'll think about it.' And he began to dance more than ever.
'You had better take him home,' said the 'Stute Fish to the Whale. 'I ought to have warned you that he is a man of infinite-resource-and-sagacity.'
So the Whale swam and swam and swam, with both flippers and his tail, as hard as he could for the hiccoughs; and at last he saw the Mariner's natal-shore and the white-cliffs-of-Albion, and he rushed half-way up the beach, and opened his mouth wide and wide and wide, and said, 'Change here for Winchester, Ashuelot, Nashua, Keene, and stations on the Fitchburg Road;' and just as he said 'Fitch' the Mariner walked out of his mouth. But while the Whale had been swimming, the Mariner, who was indeed a person of infinite-resource-and-sagacity, had taken his jack-knife and cut up the raft into a little square grating all running criss- cross, and he had tied it firm with his suspenders (now, you know why you were not to forget the suspenders!), and he dragged that grating good and tight into the Whale's throat, and there it stuck! Then he recited the following Sloka, which, as you have not heard it, I will now proceed to relate--
By means of a grating
I have stopped your ating.For the Mariner he was also an Hi-ber-ni-an. And he stepped out on the shingle, and went home to his mother, who had given him leave to trail his toes in the water; and he married and lived happily ever afterward. So did the Whale. But from that day on, the grating in his throat, which he could neither cough up nor swallow down, prevented him eating anything except very, very small fish; and that is the reason why whales nowadays never eat men or boys or little girls.
The small 'Stute Fish went and hid himself in the mud under the Door-sills of the Equator. He was afraid that the Whale might be angry with him.
The Sailor took the jack-knife home. He was wearing the blue canvas breeches when he walked out on the shingle. The suspenders were left behind, you see, to tie the grating with; and that is the end of that tale.
I never indicated that the stock would get as high as $16.97 on this move. Not with an RSI closing yesterday of 71.1. The reading would have had to be 75 or more to see $16.97 and there hasn't been a single close that high in the four years I've been following this oscillator.
You claimed that the line that counted was the unadjusted dma, not the adjusted used by Stockcharts.com.
Wrong, as always.
According to you, the RSI has been too high for days, at least.
You are always wrong, whether PFE is gaining or more usually losing.
Stockcharts adjusts for dividends; I prefer not to. On an unadjusted basis, the 200-day comes in at $16.97 - not $16.60.
It's $16.97 that you get if you actually add up the closes of the last 200 sessions and then divide by 200.
$16.60 has little meaning as far as I'm concerned despite what Stockcharts may show.
Contrary to popular belief, I have a functioning brain and that brain simply doesn't just blithely accept what certain chart services may show. I do things my way - my way or the highway.
As always, with nothing whatsoever to back up the absurd claim, Alan alleged that the adjusted moving average line didn't count.
Clint taught me otherwise, & I've benefited greatly over the years.
PFE would have sold off today regardless of the market, unless up as strongly as it is down today, IMO.