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Filter Exchange · JoeGrossinger,
msg #30214
12/7/2003 10:01:01 PM

Yeah it's gone private.

General Discussion · New To This
msg #30090
12/1/2003 3:25:29 PM

Try looking at all the filters already posted in the filter exchange forum.
Tons and tons of good stuff.

Filter Exchange · Any suggestions on what I may be missing?
msg #30082
11/30/2003 9:41:50 AM

Personally, I have never liked Stochastics although there are some interesting filters that try to exploit it.
Try playing with the Aroon indicators that are documented in the Indicators forum.
I like it because it is one of the best tools for riding trend reversals.

General Discussion · PTRS - an orgasmic collapse?
msg #29987
11/21/2003 11:34:31 AM

This stock is easy to play because you can buy it when its grossly oversold and sell it when it's just a tad overbought for a 15% to 20% pop in a week.
It might go to hell in a handbasket but there is no reason it can't be traded in an orderly fashion all the way down.

General Discussion · PTRS - an orgasmic collapse?
msg #29968
11/20/2003 12:32:12 PM

Looks like it might finally have hit bottom at .16

General Discussion · Paper trading
msg #29805
11/11/2003 2:58:32 PM

Don, don't let folks around here know that you paper trade because they will ridicule you to know end. Weird but true.

Why do you need a site? I paper trade all the time, when I'm trading, when I'm not trading. I use my broker's streaming quotes and just trade on well, paper.

If you don't have a brokerage account it might be different.

General Discussion · A Stock With Room To Grow
msg #29781
11/10/2003 4:24:27 PM

Sold 50% of my DCUT at .095 and bought FAOO at 1.15 with it.
The idea is that DCUT is very close to seriously short term overbought and FAOO is definitely oversold, so I did the switch with the idea of selling FAOO this week for a tidy profit and then reinvesting that back into DCUT for perhaps .085 or so.
At least that's the plan.

General Discussion · A Stock With Room To Grow
msg #29778
11/10/2003 2:09:50 PM

Zuber, you and I seemingly take a totally different approach to TA.
Good job on NVDA, the patient investor would have cleaned up had he bought when you first posted on it.

DCUT is going a bit slower than I had expected but is still moving up and so I am still in it. The double bottom on this stock is really impressive and that is what I go by. Yes, there is a lot of resistance in the .10 area but once it gets above .14 it should be clear sailing. That is about 40% from now and could take at least two more weeks.

General Discussion · A Stock With Room To Grow
msg #29755
11/9/2003 11:27:10 AM

ccdanson, Avery and Zuber clearly illustrate why its a waste of time to try and discuss TA. Unless one clucks and coos approvingly to the posts, it turns into a insult contest.
I think ccdanson though is on the right track. I'm not going to waste anymore time either. Why should I?
I buy and sell my stocks without any of you and I'm sure you do the same without my advice, so why bother?

General Discussion · A Stock With Room To Grow
msg #29740
11/7/2003 11:35:00 PM

No, it's you that constantly has to either whine about one of my posts or brag about one of your trades.
I asked nice for you to stay out of my threads and I will do the same. I won't even refer to you and you can brag and do whatever on your threads.
I know perfectly well this is an open forum but you and I don't get along so it would seem logical we avoid each other.
I did not tell you to stay out of my threads, I asked with the promise to reciprocate.
If you can't do that, then fine, I can and will answer your posts at my chosing.

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