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milkman92714 75 posts  |  Last Activity: 9 hours ago Member since: Mar 11, 2013
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  • Reply to

    Back to back black candles

    by milkman92714 Jun 24, 2014 1:25 PM
    milkman92714 milkman92714 9 hours ago Flag

    Please refrain from the technical analysis and leave that to those of us who do it for a living and have done so for many years. I still am of the belief you are a disgruntled bag holder. No better than Wilderguide in your incessant postings. Both of you need to get a life outside of EXEL. It has annihilated you both. Let it go.

    Be thankful I am here. Hopefully a few lurkers have benefited.

  • Reply to

    Back to back black candles

    by milkman92714 Jun 24, 2014 1:25 PM
    milkman92714 milkman92714 11 hours ago Flag

    Hope you were able to take advantage of the black rejection candles at the 3.80 level when I posted the alert. Chart. Remains very bearish and exel is a short the bounces play. I have a hunch there is not so good news looming which could send the market cap to under 500mm. Stay tuned.

  • Reply to

    Back to back black candles

    by milkman92714 Jun 24, 2014 1:25 PM
    milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 10, 2014 3:27 PM Flag

    $3.80 to $3.25. Show of hands from those who have made a handsome profit thus far?

    Stay tuned, there's more to come :-)

  • milkman92714 by milkman92714 Jul 10, 2014 10:46 AM Flag

    EXEL doing precisely what it's supposed to. Fantastic movement continues in the written options :-)

  • Reply to

    Don't let the market shake you out!

    by enabeler Jul 10, 2014 10:30 AM
    milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 10, 2014 10:43 AM Flag

    LOL...thanks Wilderguide! You remain.....well, clueless. Keep up the great work!

  • Reply to

    3.70 to 3.30 in a week.

    by milkman92714 Jul 9, 2014 1:57 PM
    milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 9, 2014 2:04 PM Flag

    For those who weren't "believers" in those back to back big 'ol nasty black rejection candles under the 50 ema around 3.78 recently and we're too busy taping their Pom poms to their stubs to see what the charts were screaming are believers today. Some simply refuse to be educated and that is one of the reasons they keep blowing hands off (for some, it's been four years now) .

    Enjoy your day, folks. EXEL is enjoying a breather today as the markets put in a little bounce amidst a looming , deeper correction.

  • milkman92714 by milkman92714 Jul 9, 2014 1:57 PM Flag

    ...not too shabby thus far folks. The astute trader who wrote a few near term calls/bought a few near term puts is up very nicely the past five days. Chart remains extremely bearish for EXEL and it remains a short the bounces play.

  • Reply to

    anyone follow snta

    by mj525252 Jul 9, 2014 10:47 AM
    milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 9, 2014 1:54 PM Flag

    But of course he does...that's why he posts 24/7 on the EXEL message board!!
    Wilderguide, you seriously need to seek professional help. Even with blown off hands alarm EXEL, there is still hope for even you.

  • milkman92714 by milkman92714 Jul 8, 2014 1:22 PM Flag

    Do you need a bandage change for those hands? EXEl down 16% from the back to back black candles at the 50 ema.

    ...not liked you weren't warned (again). Talk about a glutton for punishment. Hehehe

    Keep up the great work!

  • milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 7, 2014 12:34 PM Flag

    EXEL doing precisely what it should be doing here after the back to back rejection candles under the 50 ema recently, EXEL is not in a bullish pattern setup. EXEL remains a short the bounces stock and that is what smart $ continues to do. When you see a stock that fails to get up off the mat in the face of a fierce multi month market rally, that is a large red flag if you are bullish. FYI
    Good luck to you. Charts foretell of the company holding on to some "not so great" news IMO and smart $ was privy to that and is playing accordingly. Jmo.

  • milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 7, 2014 9:54 AM Flag

    Dang nabbit, EXEL already back in the red. Guess we'll never know about how you attach 'em!

    Have a great day, folks. ;-)

  • milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 7, 2014 9:50 AM Flag

    You are nothing short of amazing. Your hands remained blown off and your wife has surely left you by now over your four year love affair with EXEL (the blown off hands didn't help, either) It's no wonder you get giddy each and every time EXEL has a temporary nickel am bounce. Keep up the fantastic work and raise those Pom poms high in the air!

    You certainly don't need to answer this question...but how to you attach the Pom poms to the stubs? Been wondering that for years but didn't feel right asking. Figured I'd give it a shot while you're in a giddy mood over a nickel bounce while PPS is still green.

  • milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 7, 2014 9:30 AM Flag

    Now what makes you say that? ;-)

    EXEL should fall nicely this week as the markets begin to finally correct. The charts were yet again a stellar guide as everything has played out in textbook fashion thus far with respect to ma"s and resistance levels. Those who wrote a few calls/bought a few puts at major resistance will get their reward soon. All it took was a bit of patience. EXEL remains a very fine short term trading vehicle with very little risk.

    Hoping everyone had a wonderful holiday weekend. Not surprised to see that the regulars were busy on the message board over the holiday. What an exciting life they surely must lead. ;-)

    Anyone in the game long enough loves nothing more than a published fluff article authored by a 19 year old such as the one released over the weekend. The same kids write for Motley Fool. That should tell you everything you need to know! Another great predictor of further weakness. Great stuff, folks.

  • Strong case for further weakness in the near future for EXEL remains unable too get up off the mat (read: no buyers) in the face of an extremely strong continued climb in the. Nasdaq as well as the biotech index in general. EXEL remains near 52 week lows and. Sees selling weakness despite strong market. That trait in a stock always has, and always will be, a strong indicator for future weakness when the market finically corrects in earnest. The markets remain severely overbought and and are long overdue for a healthy correction back to strong support levels. When that happens, stocks like EXEL should fall hard. The weakest of the bunch almost always fall nicely correcting markets. (Path of least resistance). The smart money remains very short EXEL down here for good reason. Charts simply don't get much more bearish than EXEL's. Makes one wonder what "bad news" the company is sitting on and has been in recent months. Holders should find out soon enough and I suspect such news will be released on a Friday after the close.

    Enjoy your 4th of July folks. It's time for barbecued chicken and tasty ales. Enjoy the time with your families and stay safe!

  • Reply to

    On an up day like today....

    by urabt2 Jul 1, 2014 10:33 AM
    milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 1, 2014 12:42 PM Flag

    Remember the "sweet spot" mentioned a little ever a week ago to write a few near term out of the money (read: 3.50) calls/buy a few puts as EXEL kissed that $3.80 50 EMA resistance zone and had back to back rejections (read: "Big ol' nasty black candles")? Either of those choice plays would have returned one roughly a 40% profit today. Not too shabby for a weeks work ladies and gentlemen.

    EXEL looks like it very well have some "news" to share here soon and my bet would be it will be on a Friday, after the bell sort of news. Those usually aren't bullish and the charts have once again predicted such. TA is a wonderful thing folks...and the reason smart money pays top dollar for their technicians.

    Looking forward to some popped corn and a cream soda in a few hours...Go USA. While I enjoy a good Belgian beer once in a while, I would love nothing more than to see a USA upset over the heavily favored Belgium.

  • milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 1, 2014 11:23 AM Flag

    LOL. You folks give "glutton for punishment" a whole new meaning! Yikes.

  • Reply to

    On an up day like today....

    by urabt2 Jul 1, 2014 10:33 AM
    milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 1, 2014 11:16 AM Flag

    Today is called a "red flag" day if you are long EXEL. We'll leave it at that.

  • Reply to

    wow! 1.1 M sold at 3.35

    by metropath Jul 1, 2014 10:31 AM
    milkman92714 milkman92714 Jul 1, 2014 11:14 AM Flag

    The "unthinkable" to most here on this board? Not so good news on the horizon? The charts say that scenario is very much in play.

  • milkman92714 by milkman92714 Jun 24, 2014 1:25 PM Flag

    Textbook action this far after yesterday's nasty rejection from the 3.80 level. EXEL putting in a lower high today on shrinking volume. The 50 MA once again doing it's job wonderfully. Another great opportunity for a student training. Doesn't get much better.

  • Reply to

    Another day, another nasty black candle...

    by wilderguide Jun 24, 2014 12:02 PM
    milkman92714 milkman92714 Jun 24, 2014 1:21 PM Flag

    Yesterday's nasty black candle at 3.80 is still very much in play, genius. That is why EXEL is struggling at 3.75 despite a strong rally in the NDX. But keep those arms high and wave those Pom Poms, Wilderguide. You continue to do an epic job and nobody will ever unseat you from head cheerleader! We are all very proud of you here. Keep up the great work.

    In all my years in this game, I have yet to see anyone go on a four year losing streak with a stock and get beaten to a bloody pulp like you have. Nothing short of amazing! Maybe you should stick to fighting with your neighbors instead of playing the'll save a ton of money and not be so stressed out every groundhog Day! Just a thought.

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