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vrbuck
Advisor

Re: MT vs Buck - who won?

Soy Roy auto fill on a smart phonestinks.
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kraft-t
Senior Advisor

Re: MT vs Buck - who won?

now That is funny!

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kraft-t
Senior Advisor

Re: MT vs Buck - who won?

la la la la LA LA la la! She's tuning up as we speak.

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chipster22
Veteran Contributor

Re: MT vs Buck - who won?

VR, I'm trying to understand the 52 vs 53 weeks argument.

 

I think I know what you are saying though and I'll put it in my own words.  Correct me if I have it wrong.

 

There are typically 365 days in a year except for leap years with 366.

 

52 weeks of 7 days each comes to 364 days.

 

The leftover day or two creates an extra week every few years on the report.

 

Am I on to something, or do I have no idea what I'm talking about.

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idalivered
Advisor

Re: MT vs Buck - who won?

Chipster, that's my understanding, but i was just being a wise guy when I replied about this. The bad part for buck is that he may be or have been right for 7 months and all of a sudden the national weather gets worse or we have a middle eastern disruption in oil supply, or the EU pulls a financial prize outta their @#$ , is he then wrong? not a black and white issue. I have been selling corn and soys on rallies for months. (and consequently think he has had the best predictions, too date)  

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vrbuck
Advisor

Re: MT vs Buck - who won?

Historicaly bear trends last anywhere between 2 to 4 times the length of time of the previous bull trend.  History repeats itself.  The bigger the bull the bigger the bear.  Save yourself the mind power and just count the weeks on a calender.  It doesn't matter if it is a leap year.  It just matters how the days lay out on the calender.

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giolucas
Veteran Advisor

Re: MT vs Buck - who won?

I like buying but love selling more. It drops faster!!!!!
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