Thursday, February 25, 2010
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
I have often commented that it's worthless unless you can mine the data.
Here is a good example.
I subscribe to many feeds and often don't have the time to read them all
Even if I don't read them, the data are still there.
I have been shorting BIDU and wanted to know if there are any news out there as to why this pig flies.
Searching the news feed provided limited information, but nice to know.
If they show up at your door and you don't know how to entertain them, isn't it worthless?
You get the picture?
Posted by Unknown at 4:53 AM
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Sunday, February 14, 2010
I was looking at the following charts, not knowing bullish or bearish.
Took out my crystal ball and asked, "Is this is a reversal to the upside?"
Got a response, "MAYBE"
Asked another question, "Can the lows be tested again?"
Got another response, "MAYBE"
At this point, I am thinking the crystal ball must be broken because all the responses were "MAYBE".
Then I asked, "I think she is thinking about me, can you give me her number so that I can call her?"
The response was, "Definitely not, you're married and would be in a lot of trouble."
Crystal ball is not broken.
FYI: All those charts are from my bullish screen.
Posted by Unknown at 1:30 PM
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Sunday, February 7, 2010
Friday, February 5, 2010
Read, Learn, Apply are important processes.
Which I why I don't like writing five paragraphs blog.
The shorter and simpler I make it the easier for you to Read, Learn and Apply.
Sometimes I don't learn what I read; other times, I don't apply what I learn.
Here are some options Greek for you to read-learn-apply.
How Well Do You Know Your Vega?
Delta and Gamma: How Options Move with Stock - Part 1
Delta and Gamma: How Options Move with Stock - Part 2
Delta and Gamma: How Options Move with Stock - Part 3
After you are done, scroll down to take a break.
UPDATED: Here's something that you can apply.
Sign up for SunTrust Checking and get $150.
I did. Disclosure: I do not receive any compensation what so ever for this.
Posted by Unknown at 6:02 PM