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Thanks for the mention and keep up the good work.....

2007-11-24T21:07:00.000-06:00

Thanks for the mention and keep up the good work...I just added your blog as a link on my blog for others interested in your analyses.



Hi Always Fair,I appreciate the note and your blog...

2007-11-22T08:07:00.000-06:00

Hi Always Fair,

I appreciate the note and your blog URL. I encourage readers to check out the blog and offer feedback. Thanks--

Brett



Hi Gaius Marius,Very, very good point; examining t...

2007-11-22T08:06:00.000-06:00

Hi Gaius Marius,

Very, very good point; examining those drawdowns is key to assessing risk-reward balance. Whenever buying weakness, there tends to be volatility and possibility of drawdown on the way to gains, which is why I like to scale into positions.

Brett



Your blog is one of the few I read because it give...

2007-11-20T12:52:00.000-06:00

Your blog is one of the few I read because it gives me a good swath of across-the-board information. Initially I found it while perusing Instant Bull and have been a frequent visitor ever since. I am also trying to do a similar blog - some ideas, some technical education, and some general information - and would appreciate a mention on your blog in hopes of getting more followers/readers. Please check it out first when you get a chance and let me know what you think as well as how I may be able to improve it.
Thanks, http://technicalinsights.blogspot.com



dr steenbarger, i've found your examination of mon...

2007-11-20T11:13:00.000-06:00

dr steenbarger, i've found your examination of monthly and quarterly new lows to be really useful -- thank you.

a question: have you examined the drawdowns associated with these new low explosions? that is, do they normally signal the onset of a possible buying opportunity, or the opportunity itself?