RSI doesn't always always mean negative, it indicates strength from buyers and sells from sellers, if we start to see a sudden drop in the RSI this should have a neg affect on the sp. at present it is still looking very strong.
Apologies for the typos- bloody autocorrect! Here is the question again....
I wrote to investor relations with a simple question. In the trials that were done comparing Poly4 with MOP and SOP was an equal quantity of each used in each arm Of the trial. Got a really gobbledigook answer saying the information was in the footnotes.
Can anyone help at all here? Obviously if they used 10 times the amount of Poly4 to get the same result as MOP- that's not a fair trial at all. Or am I missing something?
I write to investor relations with a simple question. In the triass that were done comparing Poly4 with MOP and SOP was an equal quantity of each used in each arm Of the trial. Got a really gobbledigook answer saying the information was in the footnotes.
Can anyone help at all here? Obviously if they used 10 times the amount of Poly4 to get the same result as MOP- that's not a fair trial at all.
Page 56. Highlights the areas of the globe requiring soil improvement in terms of chemical makeup for the purpose of crop growth and yield.
The map shows (High Concentration High Value Crop Area) requiring soil quality improvement.
From the trials already carried out for me its clear that Poly 4 is going to be like a world wide cavalry for high value crop production as these companies rely on yield to continue churning out there big fat profits.
If a few years of Poly 4 can improve their soil and yield and leave a lasting effect on the crops for years to come it will be seen as a worthy product to customers looking to retain there right as top producers.....
I advise everyone to read the prospectus. It is a very good document. Well written and rounded.
The simple stuff tends to be the most robust and has stood the test of time. John Murphy's book is probably worth buying in that regard as a reference tool.
There's a lot of different ways to do things with charts and ultimately it depends on what your objectives are. It is worth spending some time thinking about what you want to use charts for. That way you can start to use the things that resonate with you whilst discarding others. Keep what works for you, ditch what doesn't. I found I came full circle back to some of the things I initially threw out.
I'd recommend finding a charting platform that you like early on but that is also too advanced for where you are currently, that way you won't outgrow it and need to move later.
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