And the Winner Is…

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A rare stump of the readership in my latest Name That Chart post.

The correct answer is that the mystery chart was the quarterly of TI, Telecom Italia SpA, dating back to 1996.  Note the falling wedge, light blue lines I have drawn, on this Rome-based Italian telecom giant.

Italy has outperformed of late, and this may be a good long-term idea if you think it is emerging from a long downtrend. You also receive a 2.2% divvi.

What do you think about TI?

Thank you to everyone who played.

I will be back later with ideas for Monday.

But I already gave tight analysis in my latest Weekly Strategy Session published, earlier today. Check it out!

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TI

Name That Chart

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Hint this week: Pronto!

Try to guess:

  1. The ticker symbol of the chart;
  2. The sector in which the stock trades; and
  3. Whether or not you think the stock will move higher or lower throughout 2014 or will break lower.

Thank you to everyone who has been playing along.

Please click on chart to enlarge

[Members: My latest Weekly Strategy Session has been published]

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Happy Easter

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While I finish up my Weekly Strategy Session, enjoy one of my favorite photos from World War II, above.

What’s on the menu for Sunday/Easter brunch?

Back with Name That Chart later…

Saturday Night at Chess Cinemas

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The Last Good Time (1994) is an underrated gem of a film. Despite no major stars, or anything close to it, the cast features memorable character actors with decades of legitimate and seasoned performances, namely  Armin Mueller-Stahl, Maureen Stapleton, and Lionel Stander.

From imdb.com:

A reclusive aging widower struggling with tax problems has a complete change in his views of life as he has a chance encounter with a young woman who moves in with him briefly.

And the Winner Is…

benigni_e_loren

A rare stump of the readership in my latest Name That Chart post.

The correct answer is that the mystery chart was the quarterly of TI, Telecom Italia SpA, dating back to 1996.  Note the falling wedge, light blue lines I have drawn, on this Rome-based Italian telecom giant.

Italy has outperformed of late, and this may be a good long-term idea if you think it is emerging from a long downtrend. You also receive a 2.2% divvi.

What do you think about TI?

Thank you to everyone who played.

I will be back later with ideas for Monday.

But I already gave tight analysis in my latest Weekly Strategy Session published, earlier today. Check it out!

______________________________________________________________

TI

Name That Chart

4DKZynV

Hint this week: Pronto!

Try to guess:

  1. The ticker symbol of the chart;
  2. The sector in which the stock trades; and
  3. Whether or not you think the stock will move higher or lower throughout 2014 or will break lower.

Thank you to everyone who has been playing along.

Please click on chart to enlarge

[Members: My latest Weekly Strategy Session has been published]

________________________________________________________________

2014-04-20_1406

Happy Easter

tumblr_n3unjmZQ2c1tptz66o1_1280

While I finish up my Weekly Strategy Session, enjoy one of my favorite photos from World War II, above.

What’s on the menu for Sunday/Easter brunch?

Back with Name That Chart later…

Saturday Night at Chess Cinemas

large_fXm6Xer77aX7iqWqXwXqQzydxlB

The Last Good Time (1994) is an underrated gem of a film. Despite no major stars, or anything close to it, the cast features memorable character actors with decades of legitimate and seasoned performances, namely  Armin Mueller-Stahl, Maureen Stapleton, and Lionel Stander.

From imdb.com:

A reclusive aging widower struggling with tax problems has a complete change in his views of life as he has a chance encounter with a young woman who moves in with him briefly.