Monthly Archives: November 2022

Much ado about the markets

Happy Thanksgiving! I actually have two celebrations this week – one with my younger brother’s family including small children, the other with my older sister’s family including her adult children and some of their spouses. Its always good to get … Continue reading

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End of year drop?

Last week I mentioned that I was waiting for the S&P 500 to hit the 200 DMA before buying another SPY put. It never hit, so I never ended up buying one. Bear markets are incredibly tough to play because … Continue reading

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Still waiting for the 200 DMA

I had a fun but busy weekend, going out for motorhome camping and ATV’s riding with an array of family friends. One of them brought a telescope, showing us Jupiter, then the fuzzy Andromeda galaxy, then Saturn. After returning home … Continue reading

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Tactical Trading and a Bear Bottom Signal to Watch For

I tried my hand at some 1-month SPY puts last week, getting 1 Thursday and a second Friday. I remember being a bit nervous about pressing these with margin when my mining stocks were struggling, but then reconsidered thinking that … Continue reading

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