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General Discussion · 10 trading rules
msg #57943
12/11/2007 8:38:47 AM

I think that most of us follow the rule of Not "Listening to Opinion" since such important rules as "always use stops" are ignored.

General Discussion · NAVI - Thoughts On This Stock - Looking for a 2% Gain Tomorrow
msg #57933
12/11/2007 1:47:14 AM

Have you looked at TELOZ?

General Discussion · POLITICS GOES HERE
msg #57927
12/10/2007 10:58:39 PM

You better watch out are going to get put on the list!

General Discussion · 10 trading rules
msg #57906
12/10/2007 7:01:30 PM

Anything can happen, you are right.

I am holding BIDZ at 40% less than I bought it for a coupla weeks ago. That isn't because I didn't set a stop, it is because I got greedy and intentionally skipped my sell signal to see if it would go higher. Oops.

In that case I can see why it would be good to have a stop. But half the time I would have locked in my losses had I used one.

General Discussion · 10 trading rules
msg #57902
12/10/2007 6:04:45 PM

Hey TRO, what is your opinion on the stop loss?

More often than not, I have found that a stop merely locks in my loss than saves me from the bottom falling out. But at the same time I find everyone shouting from the top of the mountiain about the importance of setting stops.

To be honest, I have lost more $$ than saved with a stop loss.

Anyone else find that to be true?

General Discussion · Hiya kids! Taking another poll...
msg #57900
12/10/2007 5:59:20 PM

You guys are no fun.

General Discussion · Picks
msg #57899
12/10/2007 5:56:09 PM

Niko, you are absolutely correct. Not just a rising wedge, but a nearly textbook example.

Much better to have learned that here from friends than in the field on my own! I will be more careful when making predictions in the future, lest I end up with my foot in my mouth!

Yall ready for manana?

General Discussion · Picks
msg #57867
12/9/2007 11:27:43 PM

Wow...this is what I like to see!! I didn't check the fundamentals, but with a chart like this and with Tuesday nearly guaranteed to be a bull day, I think you have picked a winner!

msg #57859
12/9/2007 7:28:26 PM

Hardly a pain at all, Dilbert.

The best I can explain is that the lines follow the top close of the highs and the bottom close of the lows (with a couple of obvious exceptions). The kicker is that my lines touch three or more of the candles. It takes a careful eye to be on the lookout for such trends (and to be honest, I don't know that I would have caught the first trade in real time). I have posted a few swing trade setups based on triangles forming...namely FSTR and ININ, both of which popped nicely. Take a look at BCSI and tell me if you can see the triangle that has formed.

And that BBand is pretty squiggly.

msg #57855
12/9/2007 5:55:19 PM

"People with Messianic Complexes tend to see themselves as saviours to a specific group of people or a specific field, making claims of their own glory, or claiming a self awareness of their own gift and how that gift can affect a group of people or a field of life."


C'mon now fellahs! This isn't a Yahoo! message board!

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