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1. Busari wrote:
He could say such sweet things in beeewtn the coughs and as much as I wanted to ease him, still the wind grew colder around us. The dying of the season, ran its' claws over us while raking him far more menacingly. Snow fell at first white and fluffy, to which he dropped something of his own, red and wet. Fluttering slowly, dripping heavily. I can't seem to remember what came first, but now it was his blood staining my clothes, my hands. They shook so hard too, dabbling at his lips.

Thu, September 20, 2012 @ 6:20 PM

2. Asutosh wrote:
Hi Stuart,First of all great website, I am a snuedtt of Trading in a Nutshell and I think that the market update videos complement your theory extremely well. They have also given me a certain amount of confidence to execute on some of the opportunities you identify so keep up the great work, it is certainly appreciated.I have been following Acrux limited (ACR) after you included it a couple of weeks ago in your market update. However I noticed that the chart pattern is not the same on the Commsec website as your Metastock chart. So I investigated a few other sites and I seem to be getting two different stories for the same stock. Do you know why this might be the only thing I could think of was that ACR had a stock split or something and not all the market data is up to date on some sites.Best regards,Alex

Fri, September 21, 2012 @ 10:10 AM

3. Salman wrote:
Stuart, Good to hear you enjoyed a break with the filmay over school holidays. I am following the Altitude report with enthusiasm and have entered and exited all recommendations. I joined up after ILU and ACR came up as buys, they have been very good performers. It has been a tough market for about six weeks anyway to be going long but I can see the risk management does preserve the cash for when there will be a decent run up. It is interesting to notice that the recommendations do buck the quite bearish sentiment, which bodes well for when things turn more positive.You did say somewhere that you do trade a shorting system,are you willing to share some more about that, if you in fact do?Have you had opportunity to read Dr Bruce Vanstones book on trading that I sent across,particularly his views or research on stop losses? I would be interested in any comment.CheersLindsay Timms.

Fri, September 21, 2012 @ 3:15 PM

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Sat, September 22, 2012 @ 4:09 PM

5. Yeen wrote:
Dear Stuart,Thank you for your excellent wekley reports.I have noticed that in a falling market or subindex, results are poor and even the best charting patterns frequently fail.Admittedly most of my trades are momentum based. My query is whether trending based trades have a better outcome.All the best, Peter Valentine

Sat, September 22, 2012 @ 11:14 PM

6. Renato wrote:
Hi Carl, nice comparison. I too feel that SPP is doing a bteter job if the parameters are right. On some images SPP just totally messes up, still not sure what it is though. To get bteter looking results from ACR try the following. Set everything to zero (also brightness & contrast) then set your white point and black point. using exposure and blacks. Then adjust the rest to your liking. Oopss, first set WB of course. Open the file without (!) sharpening. Use NIK's RAW presharpener to sharpen (or if you don't have smart sharpen will give bteter results too). Part of ACR's problem is the sharpening IMHO. The problem with all the tools is that they all score points on different areas. None of the tools is a do it all, definitely best solution. Same goes for the Nikons At the momenty I am most happy with the results from Aperture but Lightroom is more creative, Capture one gives more bang and Capture NX is great with all the lens corrections but slow It is a constant search and fight :)

Sun, September 23, 2012 @ 1:23 AM

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