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Monday, December 31, 2007
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Saturday, December 29, 2007
I just don't understand when people ask, "What do you think the market will do on the last day?"
That's like asking, "What do you think the outcome of a coin toss will be?"
It's not what the market will do, it's how you take advantage of it.
For me, if there is a gap down on 12/31, then I am buying.
Simple as that!
Posted by Unknown at 10:59 PM
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Look at the professionals charging a nice amount of money.
But when put to the test, they performed miserably.
Remember, in a bull market, even a chimp can make you money.
It's the performance of a bear market that makes a huge difference.
If you want to pay somone to lose your money, then pay me.
I won't do a good job at it.
Posted by Unknown at 8:57 AM
Friday, December 28, 2007
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Posted by Unknown at 1:12 PM
Thursday, December 27, 2007
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It looks like the market will try to keep DRYS under 70 so that CALL options expire worthless.
It is holding 72 today, but hang on to your seat.
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Unless DRYS breaks 72 on the closed, I am looking for at leat 80.
If it bteaks 80, then 85, then 90.
Not sure why it is selling off today.
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
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Posted by Unknown at 11:37 AM
Friday, December 14, 2007
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Sunday, December 9, 2007
I came across a derivative of Einstein's Riddle and thought it was fun to solve.
According to Einstein, 98% of the world cannot solve it.
The person who has fish has a neighbor who drinks water.
The person who plays golf has a neighbor who has birds.
The teacher has a neighbor who drinks coffee.
The owner of the red house is a salesman.
The green house is to the left of the blue house.
The lawyer drinks milk.
The person who plays badminton has a neighbor who drinks tea.
The accountant lives to the left of the person who has cats.
The fourth house is the white house.
The owner of the yellow house plays badminton.
The doctor has cats.
The person who has dogs lives to the left of the person who plays chess.
The owner of the blue house plays chess.
The third house owner plays tennis.
The person who plays bowling has hamsters.
Who is the beer drinker?
Posted by Unknown at 9:00 PM
My active trade trigger:
If IWM's bid increases to 80 then buy 100 shares of TWM at market on SmartEx and beep. This conditional order will remain active for up to 60 days and may trigger as a result of a stock split or other corporate actions.
Take a look at the chart.
IWM vs TWM
80 may be too early as IWM may hit 82. But it's close enough already.
12/10/2007 - Modified
If IWM's bid increases to 82 then buy 100 shares of TWM at market on SmartEx and beep. This conditional order will remain active for up to 60 days and may trigger as a result of a stock split or other corporate actions.
Posted by Unknown at 2:02 PM
Saturday, December 8, 2007
"Based upon historical market patterns, the current commodity bull run could last until 2014 - 2022, offsetting the bear market during the 1980s and 1990s."
- Commodity expert, Jim Rogers
London (Dow Jones) December 12, 2006
Dec. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Jim Rogers has three pearls of investment wisdom to pitch: ``Get out of the dollar, teach your children Chinese, and buy commodities.''
Posted by Unknown at 4:37 PM