August 4th, 2009

Stock Chartist on Facebook

I’m always interested in trying something new so, as you see to the right, I’ve created a Facebook page for Stock Chartist. I’m not sure how others use this social networking resource but I’m willing to experiment and find out. We may make some mistakes, may find that it’s truly not appropriate for individual investors like us but will never know unless and until we try it.

For example, I’m going to notify friends when a new blog post is added. There’s also a discussion page and friends are free to communicate with other friends of the blog there. Hopefully, discussions will stick to the topic (the market, individual stocks and the technical analysis approach) and promotions and scams will be kept to a minimum.

So why don’t you give it a try. Add yourself as a friend and contribute your ideas, opinions and comments. It it doesn’t work or there’s no interest, we’ll kill it.

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  • Guru

    Ken, please register again. I needed to reinstall the Facebook link and lost you as a Friend.

  • Anonymous

    Now that stocks and real estate and bonds and the Dollar and everything but GOLD is worthless,dont you stock jockeys just have to do a set down and really decide if you REALLY WANT TO BUY BUY BUY MORE STOCKS NOW ???

  • Anonymous

    GURU–PLEASE HOPE AND PRAY YOUR OBAMA RECOVERY COMES TRUE !!!

  • Anonymous

    GURU–EVERYBODY NEEDS TO SIGN IN ON YOUR WEBSITE AGAIN..GOD BLESS AMERICA ??

  • Z

    Wow, is someone angry about being short the market and loosing money?

    I tried to make a post on facebook but I guess it didn't work.. thought I'd share this blog where one the of the blog contributors posted this after being wrong about most of the run from March to now (and I suspect loosing at lot of money) and now is adding a huge position to bearish bets. It seems like a gambling mentality rather than that of a trader or investor:

    http://xtrends.blogspot.com/2009/08/lightening-doesnt-strike-more-than-once.html

    The way I see it some of the least liked sectors like the REITs or certain financials are breaking out and confirming inverse head and shoulder reversal patterns. I have no investments in these sectors but why some people so vehemently negative and against a rally?:

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Bullish-Trade-Sets-Up-In-Real-ibd-3545099020.html?x=0&.v=1

    Z