Dividend Growth Investing, Retirement Income, Stock Market Investing, Stock Market Timing

Blood Moon!

Alright, the Blood Moon eclipse is on… it’s 10:30 pm EST. The futures overseas are trading down by little more than 1/3 of 1%.

I said last time, that it’s time to begin to watch. If 11 hours from now, we open lower, and commence to get any kind of a serious slide on… the opportunity to be a buyer again will begin to present itself to us.

My indicators could use a couple more downside days, and this week may give us what I’m looking for.

I need to run my full search, and line up a list of the very finest looking stock candidates, as well as determine which of my safest-dividend growers have been behaving the most poorly, that I might add to my positions, and grow some more income.

Before another week passes, we should have our latest statements for the month of September to review… and then it will be my ‘Christmas in October’!


Monday morning update: The market opens in less than 1 hour from now, and the futures are trading down overseas by more than 2/3rds of 1% as I write… and I could not be happier about it! May it go on to sink hard and fast, on big fear and volume… but, may the lows of August and October hold! I believe they will, but it won’t be because of my buying!!! LOL


12:30 pm Monday afternoon EST and the market has just hit a new low for the day only a bit ago. I sure am liking what I see. As long as this can keep up, and put those indicators I watch into a good low-risk market entry signaling place, I am going to be a buyer soon! I’ll tell of it, and you decide what you’re going to do… and, yes, I know I said I’d list those that look best to me, and also, what I would be a buyer of among those most beat up among my holdings…..

Stay tuned… Here’s to your successful investing!
Harold F Crowell


2 thoughts on “Blood Moon!

  1. Neil Cawley says:

    Harold, what Software and /or Website do you sue for your indicators? (Besides VectorVest that is)? Would it be Stockcharts.com? or other

  2. Neil, I use a 23 year-old market-timing program called OEXpert 7. It’s an antique DOS-based thing, but it sure has served me well over the years. I have to run it in an XP environment, as MS hasn’t supported it since they switched to Vista.

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