Within the rules, I have nothing to analyze today, as has been the case for much of the week.
I've spent my time instead looking at the guidelines I use in narrowing down the list of potential trades. I shall write about what I found and post it later today, and follow with a practical applicaton of my findings: An analysis of one prospect that didn't make the list: TLT.
The post will be titled, "Finding the best trades". Not a flashy click-bait sort of title, but it gets the point across.
-- Tim Bovee, Portland, Oregon, June 4, 2015References
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