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  • plp_47 plp_47 Oct 3, 2007 7:35 PM Flag

    October Reminder

    I enjoy the posting on this site made by ChartNY. He is very insightful and apparently does a lot of chart tracking.

    A few weeks ago he posted a reply that basically charted- out the past (3 to 4 years) results of GLW during the month of October.

    I wish I could find that post because it's worth reminding everyone that reads this board that October is the month to own (and hang on to) GLW stock. The %age increases were interesting.

    ChartNY---could you share that info with us again??

    BTW---I also read the Message Board for DOW. Several people there are big into charting. ChartNY, how can I get you to purchase some DOW and begin charting that out?? :)

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    • GLW historical price movement.

      10-27-97, 5 days +8.7%
      10-28-98, 5 days +16.6%,
      10-25-99, 4 days, +16.9%
      10-26-00, 2 days,+ 28.6%
      10-24-01, 24 days, +25.0%
      10-31-02, 15 days +142.0%
      10-24-03, 9 days +15.6%,
      10-25-04, 18 days +19.4%
      10-26-05, 19 days +17.0%
      11-2-06, 10 days +6.4%

      • 1 Reply to domicebos
      • now i know why i connected october and glw to pure fall bliss.

        GLW historical price movement.

        10-27-97, 5 days +8.7%
        10-28-98, 5 days +16.6%,
        10-25-99, 4 days, +16.9%
        10-26-00, 2 days,+ 28.6%
        10-24-01, 24 days, +25.0%
        10-31-02, 15 days +142.0%
        10-24-03, 9 days +15.6%,
        10-25-04, 18 days +19.4%
        10-26-05, 19 days +17.0%
        11-2-06, 10 days +6.4%

    • Re to:plp
      "ChartNY---could you share that info with us again??"

      Do not remember about GLW specifically but:

      Little Seasonality Example


      If you bought into the market, using S&P500 on Sept 25 or the next
      closest day if that is on a weekend, for the last 6 years:
      To the end of year, average +7.3%, worst year +2.6%, this year so far,+1.9%.
      GLW +5.5%
      In just 5 days.

      Of course history does not repeat and seasonality is a pipe dream.
      RIGHT!!!!

      Happy trading.

      This was yesterday.

      You can take all the years from 1990 to present, and 16 of 17 had gains from Oct 12 to the end of the year. One year 2000 was less than 1% down. Average of 17 years was 7.5% per year.

      There are three historic bottoms at the end of the Summer Slump. Sept 20-27, Oct 9-12, and oct 25-26.

      Oh yes remember the start of the historic Summer Slump, July 19 Dow first hit 14K.

      7/23/2003 , 8/6/2003 , -16.4%
      7/20/2004 , 8/13/2004 , -24.7%
      7/20/2005 , 7/25/2005 , -2.2%
      7/20/2006 , 8/2/2006 , -20.6%
      7/19/2007 , 8/16/2007 , -16.5%

      GLW from this date to the next date for the last 5 years.
      Might remember this for next year. Best sell on the 18th this time.

      I do post some historic data here:
      http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/Poor2Rich/

      sign up group. Moderated.

      I only own one stock and never intend to buy another one.
      Got 2 funds in GLW 401-K and 6 MLP's.

      -chart-



      -chart-

      • 1 Reply to c_h_a_r_t_n_y
      • Update to my post
        "If you bought into the market, using S&P500 on Sept 25 or the next
        closest day if that is on a weekend, for the last 6 years:
        To the end of year, average +7.3%, worst year +2.6%, this year so far,+1.9%.
        GLW +5.5%
        In just 5 days."

        My post quote.
        -------------------------
        Today, 8 days after that historic low date on the calendar.

        GLW +8.0%
        Dow +2.1%
        NASDAQ +3.6%
        S&P500 +2.7%
        RUT +5.2%

        How about 7 years in a row?

        -chart-

 
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