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Sunday, September 16, 2012 is getting a new name

Trading 3X ETFs' for maximum gains

details to follow better describes , what we do, and doesn't leaving folks wondering, "what is an Elliott Wave Hound?" How many folks have google searched, "3X ETF trades", yet it never occurred to anyone to buy the When I found the domain was free, I got so exited I bought as well.  

In 2012 I did what I felt I had to do - build - upon request of a handful of blog followers, but I went overboard. There were some who tried to tell me this at the time, but I'm not a web builder, excellent domains names take time to come up with, and time was of the essence. When starting from scratch, there are no mistakes, only learning experiences, and in only a little over 2 years I've learned a lot. I believe everything happens for a reason, and that we're right where we're supposed to be.

If our next project, becomes even more successful than the last, and I'm confident that it will, there's always room to grow, but that's up to the members, and a power greater than myself. 

Much has changed in the past 2 years; many traders have left this market, and many more simply can't afford $99 per month for charting. I have received many positive comments and emails from those who appreciate the quality of the charting, but simply can't afford it, and I have good news for you. 

For only $19.95 a month, you can gain access to my daily forecast each morning, and access the best charts on the internet. At that rate I would need 200 members just to pay the bills, so I've also created Silver, and Gold membership categories for those who are willing to pay a little more in order to access premium content. See details at signup. 

Update Wed 9/19/2012: To say I've been busy... would be an understatement. Upon returning from a long weekend taking care of my dying brother (who's in hospice with cancer), we had a major hardware malfunction first thing Monday morning, which corrupted the windows install on computer #1, leaving me with only one monitor. 

In case you've never had 3 monitors, I assure you that once you do you'll never go back. going from 3 monitors to 1 with the opening bell 30 minutes away, on a Monday morning, is kind of like your running late for work, and to your surprise and amazement the inside of the windows on your car have iced-up over night... so you end up pulling out of your driveway peering out the little spot on your windshield where you managed to scrape some of the ice off with your fingernails, praying for the defrost to kick before the moisture from your breath starts freezing, and praying that you don't run over the neighbors dog on way out of the driveway. Luckily we didn't hit any speed bumps... 

Fortunately I had the foresight to clone a fresh hard drive the last time I rebuilt computer #1, and I was able to access/save some of my valuable files from the drive that was corrupted. As it turned out my backup software was not configured as well as thought. 
The new video card arrived Tuesday evening, and today the new hardware was running tip top. If need be I can run 6 monitors off computer #1, or play Call of Duty Black Ops, or even Crysis 2, on max setting, when the market is consolidating sideways. 
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