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TheRumpledOne
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msg #69215
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11/13/2008 9:36:39 AM

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SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO WAIT A FEW MINUTES...LOL!

TheRumpledOne
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msg #69221
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11/13/2008 3:22:44 PM

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TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #69227
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11/14/2008 9:34:46 AM

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If you do NOT TAKE IT, the market will TAKE IT BACK.

DO NOT BE GREEDY.

TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #69251
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11/17/2008 9:37:37 AM

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Gap Down.

Go Long.

Take Profit.


TheRumpledOne
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msg #69252
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11/17/2008 10:00:58 AM

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chetron
2,817 posts
msg #69253
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11/17/2008 11:09:42 AM

SOOOOOOO REDUNDANT. ; )


TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #69260
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11/17/2008 4:50:36 PM

TOP 20 COWS AS OF 11/17/2008

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BIDU
CME
ISRG
GOOG
FSLR
AAPL
ENER
SHLD
APOL
AMZN
ESRX
RIMM
SPWRA
AMGN
ZION
WYNN
GENZ
SOHU
EQIX
MYGN

Fetcher[

SYMLIST(BIDU,CME,ISRG,GOOG,FSLR,AAPL,ENER,SHLD,APOL,AMZN,ESRX,RIMM,SPWRA,AMGN,ZION,WYNN,GENZ,SOHU,EQIX,MYGN)

SORT COLUMN 4 DESCENDING

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TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #69261
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11/17/2008 4:53:36 PM

chetron
11/17/2008 11:09:42 AM

SOOOOOOO REDUNDANT. ; )
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I told you this was BORING!!

I know you're so tired of making money trading the same stocks, using the same method, day after day after day.

You're itching for some new and exciting, aren't you?





burns1971
16 posts
msg #69361
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11/25/2008 9:35:23 AM

Dear TRO,

For a few weeks now I have been studying your threads, as well as Chip's thread regarding your methods, and I am very impressed with the simplicity of your methods and profits that can be reaped. I began trading in July, but for the past few months my work schedule has not permitted me to consistently watch my day trades (I get only half hour here and there), so I'm soon going to begin using TDAmeritrade's Strategy Desk automated system. I realize automated is less than ideal, but for now it's my only option. I'm pretty good at logic, and I'll have some time off around Christmas to monitor the system during the day to see whether or not it is doing what I think I'm telling it to do.

My intention has been to begin focusing strickly on Cows (probably RIMM to start) and follow your Buy Zone / Fade-the-Gap / Milk-the-Cow method(s) to the best of my ability. Considering I will be relying on automation, would I be better off beginning with RFR stocks and your Blackbelt method rather than the Cows? I want to begin with either Cows or RFR's and learn the respective trading styles well before dealing with both kinds of stocks.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for all that you offer on this forum.

Respectfully,

Bill



TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #69362
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11/25/2008 9:51:06 AM

Black Belt and Run Forest, Run were not intended to be automated.

Milk the Cows was designed to be automated.

Be careful.

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