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karennma
6,386 posts
msg #53873
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8/6/2007 8:46:41 AM

nikoschopen
8/5/2007 7:44:58 PM
I think this one is better than Google Talk since it doesn't require you to register. What do you think?
In hindsight, even the casual lurkers of Stockfetcher.com could now join in the action. Is that cool, or isn't that cool?
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Why don't you just start another thread called "chat".
It'll be an open room where people can just "drop in" .. or have a specified "drop-in time".
(I'm gonna need another computer. It's getting to the point where I CAN'T do this with only one screen)
:>)






nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #53874
Ignore nikoschopen
8/6/2007 9:06:48 AM

Karen,

Ahem, had you bothered to look, you would have noticed that I did just that. You can find the new thread, "Instant Messaging Now Available", here

karennma
6,386 posts
msg #53877
Ignore karennma
8/6/2007 9:35:11 AM

Ha!
I didn't even SEE it!
But I miss a lot of things ... not uncommon for an "ol' lady"!
lol!
thanks!
:>)


yahuar22
9 posts
msg #53882
Ignore yahuar22
8/6/2007 7:21:02 PM

Hello nikoschopen
can you help me with a filter. Im trying to create a filter with the 5ma and bollinger band (price crossed up the 20ma on the bollinger band today)and Im trying to make this filter search for nasdaq and amex stocks only not pinks
price from $1.00 to $10.00
thank you for the help.

nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #53887
Ignore nikoschopen
8/6/2007 9:45:06 PM

Sorry, but I don't understand. You vaguely alluded to the stock crossing above its 20-period simple moving average, but I can't help you out until you specify where the 5-period MA and the Bollinger Band fit in. Also I would need to know if it's the upper or the lower Bollinger band in case there is a crossover.

nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #53939
Ignore nikoschopen
8/9/2007 4:28:36 PM

In an environment like today, you can't help wonder how foolish human beings are. For the last three days, the bulls pushed the market up in their erroneous belief that just because the Fed didn't place its main emphasis on the credit crunch, the whole subprime thing is nothing but a minor nuissance. Today, they were proven wrong (yet again!). The Fed never stated that the subprime fallout was a nonissue, nor did they minimize its potential spillover into the rest of the economy. Going forward, the market will very likely take another blow. I think it's apt to say (to borrow the phrase of others who came before me), "it's time for an in-ure-face whack-the-mole time!"

nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #53951
Ignore nikoschopen
8/9/2007 11:32:46 PM

For those who missed the real action during the 2000-02 bear market, here's a brief refresher that neatly sums up the current environment. Check it out!



petrolpeter
439 posts
msg #53954
Ignore petrolpeter
8/10/2007 4:10:26 AM

OK Niko but i'm keeping my bottle of Jekyll and Hyde solution near-by in case I happen to need it.

karennma
6,386 posts
msg #53958
Ignore karennma
8/10/2007 8:42:23 AM

Excellent video!
And ... they mentioned the ETFs I posted here back in July ...
QID
TWM
SDS
I personally also like SRS.


nikoschopen
2,824 posts
msg #53975
Ignore nikoschopen
8/10/2007 11:02:38 PM

Enter at your own risk because this dude is straight outta schizopolis.



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