AmenRa's Corner

Creditcane™: I will not be broken. I have been trained by the best.

Spinning top day (evening star forming?). Midpoint above EMA(10). Held SMA(144). Tested and failed the 61.8% minor retrace (1286.32). New high on daily 3LB (reversal is 1238.25). QE2infinity. Had a weekly reversal up.

Bullish harami day. Midpoint below EMA(10). Tested and held the 61.8% minor retrace (74.94). Failing SMA(144). No daily 3LB changes (reversal is 76.62). Not confirming the monthly 3LB reversal up.

Bearish long day. Midpoint below EMA(10). Tested and failed SMA(144). Failing its 61.8% retrace (26.16). Daily 3LB reversal down (reversal is 48.00). Still running from the "fear" zone.

Bearish harami day. Midpoint above EMA(10). Held its 38.2% retrace (1714.40). Tested and held SMA(55). No daily 3LB changes (reversal is 1757.30). Still above daily 3LB mid. Must have the precious.

Bearish harami day. Midpoint above EMA(10). Tested and failed SMA(144). Held above its 50.0% retrace (1.4056). No daily 3LB changes (reversal is 1.3779).

Spinning top day. Midpoint above EMA(10). Tested and held SMA(144). Failing its 38.2% minor retrace (39.62). No daily 3LB changes (reversal is 37.74).

Bearish harami day. Tested and failed SMA(89). Midpoint above EMA(10). Tested and held its 61.8% minor retrace (22.85). No daily 3LB changes (reversal is 21.28).

Hanging man day. Held above SMA(89). Midpoint above EMA(10). Tested and held its 38.2% retrace (92.96). No dally 3LB changes (reversal is 88.53). Not confirming the monthly 3LB reversal down.

Doji day (evening star forming?). Tested and failed SMA(233). Midpoint above EMA(10). Tested and matched its 61.8% retrace (35.25). No daily 3LB changes (reversal is 36.58).

Bearish harami day. Midpoint above EMA(10). Held above SMA(89). Tested and held its 38.2% retrace (41.37). No daily 3LB changes (reversal is 36.51).

Bearish short day. Failing SMA(144). Midpoint above EMA(10). Failing its 50.0% retrace (0.7942). No daily 3LB changes (reversal is 0.7730).

Bearish short day. Midpoint below EMA(10). Failing all SMA's. Tested and failed its 50.0% retrace (75.805). New low on daily 3LB (reversal is 76.05). BOJ losing sleep again.



AmenRa said...

Cardinals. Nuff said.

AmenRa said...

Weekly 3LB Update 10/28/11

Too many damn weekly 3LB reversals up. Just sayin'

Andy T said...

What a fun world series

Really happy to see berkman win a ws ring....

What a run....

AmenRa said...

Andy T

That series reminded me of the Boston Red Sox coming back from down three games to defeating the Yankees.

Anonymous said...

Really happy to see berkman win a ws ring....


it's many 'Sports' POVs, we share..

also, is General News, We've, now, ~3" of the White Stuff on the ground..and accumulating..

Wet, Heavy, stuff..Great for Snowballs, bad for Tree Branches..


ben22 said...


whoa, 3 inches......thats a lot already wow

we've got the gross slush down here, it's cold though.

thought the world series was pretty awesome this year, game 6....will remember that for a long time

Anonymous said...

28-Oct-11 09:38PM MF Global aims for sale by Monday: source Reuters -16.08%
07:30PM Wall Street, finishing flat, posts 4 weeks of gains Reuters
07:21PM J.C. Flowers, MF Global in Talks at The Wall Street Journal
07:20PM MF Global aims for sale by Monday: source Reuters
06:32PM MF Bonds Dive as Broker Is Cut to Junk at Bloomberg
06:32PM Corzines MF Global Draws Down on Credit Lines at Bloomberg
06:30PM Minyanville's World in Review at Minyanville
06:24PM NYSE stocks posting largest volume increases AP
06:23PM Most active New York Stock Exchange-traded stocks AP
06:22PM MF Global's future hangs in balance at Financial Times
05:26PM [$$] Stocks in the Spotlight Friday at
05:19PM Financials and materials groups power S&P 500 at Financial Times
05:19PM MF Global's Distressed Asset Sales Show A Brokerage In Hot Water at Seeking Alpha
05:15PM MF Global Fights for Survival at TheStreet
04:54PM [$$] MF Global Draws Interest as Tumultuous Week Ends at The Wall Street Journal
04:35PM Wall Street, finishing flat, posts 4 weeks of gains Reuters
04:31PM US STOCKS-Wall St, finishing flat, posts 4 weeks of gains at Reuters
04:30PM Financials and materials groups power S&P 500 at Financial Times
04:27PM MF Bonds Dive as Broker Is Cut to Junk at Bloomberg
04:25PM Vultures Circle MF Global: Financial Loser at TheStreet
04:13PM Smart Money Was Short European Sovereigns- But Not Corzine's MF Global at Forbes


and, it kept coming...

'Official Reports' tallied it at 6.8" (at the Airport)

LSS: this Nor'Easter should be a major + for Chainsaw Sales..

many, many, downed Trees..

even, We were w/o Electricity Service for ~7 hours..

in an area where ~10 minutes is, historically, "Long"..

re: WS

I could see how the Rangers won, after Game 3, though, after Game 6...

have never been a big LaRussa 'fan', but it was good to see the Redbirds win..

also, is Laura Bush looking, more and more, like 'The Joker' (of 'Batman' fame)..


BinT said...

...Put an eyeball on the second link....

BinT said...

"It's really trying to re-establish itself as a low-price leader, and the only way to be a low-price leader is to be a low-overhead leader," said Beemer. "I think Wal-Mart is looking at all of their costs. They are trying to figure it out."

Wal-Mart, being the mammoth retailer it is, likely won't have to worry about losing money to competitors. The money it will save in overhead from closing stores during the night will far outweigh the losses in overnight sales.

And you better believe Wal-Mart researched all of that before making the decision to roll back some hours, Beemer said.

"Wal-Mart probably figured out the sales from midnight to 6 a.m. just weren't worth the effort," he said.

...More jobs in the bucket....

BinT said...

Why the latest eurozone bail-out is destined to fail within weeks

"The eurozone must be consolidated. World leaders should similarly force European banks to disclose their losses, we all take the hit and then we move on. Instead, we are served-up, in ever more complex variants, the same "extend and pretend" non-solutions. It gives me no pleasure to write this, but I give this deal two weeks."

If all traders are as morose as this poor schmuck, I hope there is a no guns in the workplace rule...

cv said...

6.5 inches of snow out at the farm...

Plus, to add to that, the whole area got blacked out by some kind of electric transformer which went kablooey...

Not me tho (as I'm basically 'off grid' & have several redundancies)... The snow put a hex on the solar & the wind turbines aren't spinning... So I'm down to the propane generators...

Just enough power to hook up the internet & watch NFL Red Zone & watch Ottoman's Empire beat the Grandmas with two hands tied behind my back...

Hank Hill said...

"I sell propane and propane accessories..."

Andy T said...

Peter Schiff takes it Zucotti park...

Andy T said...

Anyone else see the Stanford/USC game last night?

I I'm a USC Alumnus....

The officiating crew was either "on the take" or incompetent....

CV...file that crew away for future reference.

They didn't call a few blantant Pass intereference calls in the first quarter. At the end of the game, they outright blew the call. USC should have a shot at a 49 yard field goal to win it.


Andy T said...

There's about six good weekends per year in Houston...where the weather is perfect. this has been one of those weekends....funny how the weather changes the "mood"....

I will get some technical work up "some time" today....I've got a "cheer competition" to attend right in the middle of the not sure when the work will go up tonight.

cv said...


The PAC-12 Conference...

In various names... "Fixing" college football games since 1915...

Anonymous said...

@Andy, Woods was definitely in bounds on that last play, and if you believe that a coach can call timeout and get it acknowledged in less than 0.5 seconds, then good luck with that ;-)

I agree with you on the lack of calls on the PI in the first quarter -- one of those was particularly bad. But, did you notice the blatant hold that they didn't call on USC on that last drive in regulation? That was ridiculous -- it was out in the open and you could see that from the ISS. So that tends to make the whole last-second thing moot.

I would go with incompetent, it would be hard to argue they were good refs. I think USC got jobbed on some stuff, and Stanford got jobbed on some stuff.

Full disclosure -- I'm a Stanford alum ;-)

- Whammer

Anonymous said...

(AP:MONTPELIER, Vt.) A Vermont couple thought they were getting a sweet deal on real Vermont maple syrup when they found a good price for it on the Internet.

The man who was selling it told them he was a trucker from Rhode Island who passed through Vermont and that he would meet them in Brattleboro to give them their syrup, said Henry Marckres, a maple specialist with the Vermont Agency of Agriculture.

Turns out the syrup they bought in 2009 wasn't real at all, officials say. Tests show it was pure cane sugar.

It didn't take long for the couple from Vermont _ the largest producer of maple syrup in the country_ to discern a phony.

The taste wasn't quite right, Marckres said. It looked like syrup, but was too light in color to be labeled as Grade B syrup, which is dark, said Marckres.

"It was sweet, but it had no maple flavor at all," he said.

To protect the purity of Vermont's signature crop and to dissuade others from passing off fake maple syrup for the real thing _ which sells for about $50 a gallon _ Vermont's two U.S. senators have co-sponsored a bill that would make it a felony to sell fake maple syrup as the real thing. It would also increase the penalties in existing law from one year to five years in prison.

"Vermonters take pride in the natural products our state produces," said Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt. He says the growing number of individuals and businesses selling fake maple syrup alarms him.

"This is fraud, plain and simple, and it undermines a key part of Vermont's economy," he added.

Co-sponsoring the bill _ the Maple Agriculture Protection and Law Enforcement (MAPLE) Act with Leahy are Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Maine Sens. Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins, and New York Sens. Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand.

Bernard Coleman of West Warwick, R.I., was indicted last month on charges that he brought adulterated maple syrup into interstate commerce, which carries a one-year penalty. A federal public defender did not return a phone call seeking comment.

Other foods like coffee, catfish and certain onions have their own special protections. At least six states have labeling requirements for the sale of catfish, according to a report from National Agricultural Law Center.

The name Vidalia Onions is trademarked and reserved for onions grown in a certain region of southeast Georgia. Washington State is very protective of Walla Walla Sweet Onions and prohibits use of the name unless onions are grown in that area. Hawaii also requires labels to specify the percentage of Hawaii-grown coffee in coffee blends...."


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Anonymous said...

"I know no safe depository of the ultimate powers of society but the people themselves; and if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it from them, but to inform their discretion by education." --Thomas Jefferson on popular sovereignty, letter to W.C. Jarvis, 1820.


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