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Going Long at the Bottom of the Market Email
Emails are in chronological order - Newest to Oldest

Introduction
This series of email started with Stan Moore's 10/26/2008 prediction that the market has temporarily bottomed and provided eight reason why the market should rally to the 20-day moving average. One day later the market rallied 900 points. All the while other market pundits predicted more market declining.

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Student Response
From: greg@
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Sent: 11/6/2008 9:42:27 P.M. Eastern Standard Time
Subj: RE: Great setup, Great opportunity-Become more proactive. I can help. see below SM

Dear Stan,

Thank you for your timely email Sunday October 26, 2008 advising your students of the high probability “trade of the year” setup on the S&P. Based upon the logic of your “eight indications to go long” I aggressively bought SSO and related options on Monday and patiently waited for the blast off. In what otherwise would have been a terrifying, gut wrenching time to go long, I experienced the excitement of knowing that I was poised to take advantage of an opportunity of a lifetime. Thanks to your timely and incredibly accurate assessment of the market, my accounts grew by over $60,000 in a matter of a few days. I shall be forever indebted.

Thanks again.

Sincerely,

Greg


Student Response
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Sent: 10/30/2008 6:13:39 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time
Subj: Re: EOM Thoughts

Hi Ed,

Thanks for your reply. I was able to buy some SSO 28 calls Monday for around 2, and I had a standing order to sell them for 3X at 6 and just missed getting filled Wednesday. I was a bit worried after the huge selloff Wednesday at EOD after the Fed Rate Cut and I managed to unload half the calls for about 2.5X today (Thursday).

The calls don't expire till the 3rd Friday in Nov and the market had a strong close today (Thursday). Would you blow them out Friday at the next RT/F of recent highs, or wait and see if the market can rally a bit further-- possibly to the recent high around 989?

Thanks in advance for your thoughts,

Best regards,

-Patrick

Stan's Prognostication
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We are nearing a time that may offer one of the greatest profit-making opportunities in a generation!

Reader Note: Some of the concepts presented below are extracted from The Definitive Trading Bible Advanced Edition - only an overview is provided below.

Dear Friends, Traders and Prospective Students,

This week on the Money Chart we take a bit of a deviation. Normally we highlight great setups and trades taken during the week. For this Money Chart we prognosticate. Hopefully, you can greatly benefit financially.

Looking at the attached weekly Daily chart with NET Oscillator shown, technically, fundamentally and from market intelligence, I am the most bullish I have been in the last two years for a short-term, high-probability rally. I expect a short-term rally as signaled with other confirming long indicators.

Indications for the coming rally include:

1) An triple bottom at the 2003 lows

2) Oscillator indicating a tradable reversal

3) Anticipating a rate cut of at least 50 basis point by Wednesday, 10/29

4) October has turned out to be one of the weakest months in sometime

5) Portfolio managers are significantly under performing as I write this

6) Intensive margin and tax loss selling on the part of mutual funds and hedge funds should be nearing a climax

7) Entering the seasonally the strongest time of the year for stock performance

8) Look to enhanced portfolio manager markups into the month’s end, Thursday and Friday.


For New Era Trader subscribers, optimal entry timing will be indicated in either the Chat Room, the Intraday Charts (published 4-times intraday) or via our Alert Emails.

For non-futures index traders, I suggest purchasing the SSO, an S&P-leveraged ETF (stock) offering 2X beta. For individual stock recommendations, call me.

A good exit would be the 20 DMA, followed by a sell-off then higher prices after the correction. Of course, fundamentals may change this longer-term prognosis.

In my professional opinion there are no longer effective buy and hold strategies looking out two or more years. Long-term investing is dead as evidenced by the lack of investment returns over the last ten years for buy and hold investors.

Traders and investors should be proactive. This means whether you trade 5- or 30-minute technical charts or longer time frames, you can benefit from a consultation with me regarding your financial goals. Please call me if you’d like to review your portfolio or trading needs for the future. It’s your money, it’s your decision. I can help – I’ve been a successful Wall Street professional and mentor for almost 47 years.

Good trading and regards,

Stan Moore
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