SMC Update Week Ending 9-9-22 Recorded 9-10-22

09/10/2022


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RichB
RichB

You are cherry picking unfavorable stocks(NVDA). Try a price projection on a strong semiconductor stock: MRVL.

brian1469
brian1469

Thanks for the info packed update

arcon00224
arcon00224

Thanks for another great update Peter. Although I don't comment after every video you make, I definitely watch every video you make. And thanks for the special intraday update a few days ago as well. Thanks for the oil & wheat updates, I was the one (or one of the ones) asking you to take a look at those. Thanks!

henrik
henrik

Thanks for the all the information Peter. Impressive historical data regarding nVidia. Exciting times!

alexfalet513
alexfalet513

Peter, thank you so much for adding the US Dollar Index to the web app.

alschoo22024
alschoo22024

Hi Peter! Just a note to let you know that your work is so so so very interesting and at times (LOL) very exciting ! I love following your work ... Thank You and take care..

minglei982
minglei982

Peter, in the YouTube video, I think you mentioned 1-8 days. How are those dates calculated? Thanks

carrleon20002206
carrleon20002206

Thanks Peter for the long update. Can take a look at natural gas?

spencerdavis2000
spencerdavis2000

thanks for the info Peter. Larry Williams did say according to his trade statistics the best trade of Sept is to be short on the 12th trading day of Sept and hold it short for 2 days and it is profitable like 97% of the time over a lot of years maybe 30 ish. So this seems to align with next week starting on the 19th which is the 12th trading day to be moving lower

vincent.chan2007
vincent.chan2007

RichB said:

You are cherry picking unfavorable stocks(NVDA). Try a price projection on a strong semiconductor stock: MRVL.

the MRVL 39/40 weekly projection is pointing to 18. the 100/110 weekly continuum is at 33 once it cut through that we need to use log chart to look at how low it will be.

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