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General Discussion · Cheniere Energy
marine2
msg #148489
7/13/2019 12:08:55 AM

Mac, thank you.

General Discussion · Cheniere Energy
marine2
msg #148487
7/12/2019 11:25:54 PM

Does anyone know what happened to Cheniere Energy, with symbol CQH? The stock price for CQH shows 0. Did they get bought up by another company or what?


General Discussion · President Trump speaks in code ...
marine2
msg #147766
5/10/2019 3:30:37 PM

In the end game, expect a nice positive bounce in our markets. This gamesmanship will work to our favor for our nations future. Just be patient.

General Discussion · Outrage as Sears cancels life insurance benefits for up to 90,000 retirees
marine2
msg #147152
3/30/2019 12:17:37 PM

GM did that to their salary employees as well. They reduced it from 2X’s then 1X’s our pay then cut it to $10,000. And changed the salary employees healthcare insurance significantly (anyone less than 65 years of age). After a salary person retired and was over 65, once you went on Medicare Insurance, they would pay our secondary insurance. They took that away.

When a company goes into financial distress lots of things you were getting is then subject to change. They put this in fine writing that many times most either ignore or don’t catch.

GM’s hourly force however was protected by their unions while the salary force was very vulnerable.

General Discussion · Spike
marine2
msg #147053
3/23/2019 2:27:01 PM

That’s what day trading is all about finding a filter to catch the spike then sell thereafter within that day. Lots of day trading filters have been written in here and in books, etc. This person needs to research what’s been created, use one of them or tweek it a little bit to get them in the game of catching the pop upward. Research, research, research, test, test, test. Then let us know how successful you are. We love positive stories.

General Discussion · ATTENTION EVERYONE!!
marine2
msg #145810
1/1/2019 2:37:40 AM

Sarcasm aside, we are all screwed trying to find a decent filter to use when robotic programs are currently controlling the stock markets. Until the leaders of our exchanges find ways to subdue these unleashed programs built to respond to sudden changes to the market created by who and whatever we as individual investors and traders are screwed. If it continues like it has recently, we all might as well play the momentum changes and cross our fingers or put our income in a cash account and be happy.

General Discussion · ATTENTION EVERYONE!!
marine2
msg #145686
12/24/2018 12:38:50 AM

Ahhh yeeaaah, if we had such a filter we would be on our yacht sailing the world and enjoying the breathtaking sights. But unfortunately, that perfect filter just keeps dodging us all. Maybe next year.

General Discussion · Is this a crash or a correction?
marine2
msg #145569
12/14/2018 2:59:46 AM

What’s your plan then? Will you go all cash and sit it out until “the computers” turn positive again?

General Discussion · Is this a crash or a correction?
marine2
msg #145560
12/12/2018 8:31:51 PM

We the one’s that have been in the market actively for 40 years like myself know when you have a market that has went up as high as we see it today starting in 2010 to now, we know eventually we will slide back either into a recession or a bear market.

That old saying, what goes up must come down eventually. So, you have to get ready for the downturn and be more conservative and not so aggressive.

I think, day trading people are having a field day seeing the whipsawing actions happening. For long term investors they better safeguard themselves until the market washes itself down to a bottom that makes sense then, resume its track upward again.

Myself, I’m at 50/50 in my investments and maybe that’s too aggressive? If things keep deterioting I may peel back to a 30/70 stance (30% Equities and 70% Bonds and Fixed Income). I know one thing, the Fed Rate Chief better be on HOLD for awhile. He alone could put us into recession. Also, on a positive note, what with China finally blinking and making good changes to its trading rules that will help our country and others get a better foothold into China’s market.

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marine2
msg #145557
12/12/2018 4:11:06 PM

It would be great to add an option of having a longer time line scenario when looking at your program you are using in revealing stocks to consider buying.

Meaning when one of your programs you have written or from a canned program written for you and it shows for example two symbols that came up. You then select one of those symbols charts and you go into it’s “historical” section to where you find it’s chart and below it you find the results it (the buy arrows on its chart) shows. In the summary section, It shows only a very short term results, 1 day, 1 week, 2 weeks, and 1 month.

I would like to see where you can alter those results (an added option) under the Summary section to be of longer results to be: 2 weeks, 1 month, 2 months, and 4 months as an example. That would give us a simple, quick and clean view of our results from one of our selected filters we are using for a longer investing view.

StockFetcher support personnel, please get back to us on it’s possibility of happening. Thank you.

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