this is my last response to you..thats a technical point of view on fcx not pumping..if it breaks 7.50 I'm out. I may have one or two posts on that board or any other...and I don't hang out there day and night ready to fight with everyone..its Thanksgiving weekend go have a beer or something ..take a break...thats what I'm about to do. Cheers!
i dont support anyone..i just like a contrarian view instead of relentless pumping and price predictions which are equally misleading....most of the pumpers are rather nasty and pompous individuals. This company is an early stage bio and therefore very risky. i will say the technicals look good. But so did Clovis...you saw what happened to them.
relative strength on this thing is pretty good. it has changed its character a bit as far as how it trades. Its not backing off at all and it looks like these little mini pops are some shorts throwing in the towel.
they're even taking down their own posts..what a bunch of loonies tunes..thank you krill and georgebushky for pointing out the cool aid drinkers who pump and hype 24/7.. too funny. cut and paste cut and paste regurgitate and regurgitate all expert analysis I'm sure lmao....guess i need to go to med school?
fcx looks like it might be ready for a nice move..it rallied to near 9 bucks after Icahn news then sold off back to 8. as cle said lot of tax loss selling coming in. Brzu also rallied to 23 area then settled back to 20. These are two of my favorites into the new year.
and by the way its all regurgitated stuff..they'd like you to think they're biochemists...cut and paste cut and paste.
not really..some of these start up bios can have huge news based moves....i never short bios sometimes i trade labd a short bios etf. but better as a hedge. Had a huge move when bios tanked.
agreed.."personality' works. Technicals observation and instinct and i'll throw in a sense of the fundamental of a company. A great trader during the the 80s i think his name was "Frankie" Barrons did an interview with him as i recall. He said he made most of his money on a few great trades every year. Over trading and becoming compulsive was his enemy.