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johnpaulca
10,094 posts
msg #67229
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9/12/2008 11:46:12 AM

Jaydhruv: LDK...nice entry, yesterday would have been better (BOOYA buy)...good luck. What are you using for your entry?

TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #67232
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9/12/2008 2:41:20 PM

johnpaulca
- Ignore johnpaulca 9/11/2008 11:19:40 AM

TWM...covered@70.83...3.28%
BTW- I used Avery's fade the gap technique...I have been converted (-

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"FADE THE GAP" has been around a lot longer than I have.. It's NOT my technique. So I don't want to be accused of "stealing" or "plagiarism". Lord knows I get accused plenty enough as it is for things that are NOT true.

All I did was use statistics to find the stocks that like to FILL THE GAP.

Most people have ONE method and trade everything with that method.

IMHO, it is smarter to find stocks that STATISTICALLY work best for that method.




chetron
2,817 posts
msg #67233
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9/12/2008 2:59:00 PM


WELL THEN THANX FOR PROMOTING IT AND KEEPING IT FRESH.


johnpaulca
10,094 posts
msg #67234
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9/12/2008 3:49:03 PM

CVH...long@$36....(BOOYA BUY)

alf44
2,025 posts
msg #67235
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9/12/2008 4:13:45 PM

"FADE THE GAP" has been around a lot longer than I have..."

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I was curious to see when you (or, someone)...might actually say that !

Uhhh..."fade the gap" was around when Art Cashen was an alter boy !

johnpaulca
10,094 posts
msg #67364
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9/17/2008 12:14:53 PM

TWM...shorted@76.81....I will reverse this market...lol

johnpaulca
10,094 posts
msg #67365
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9/17/2008 12:36:16 PM

I need some help here guys....lets take this down ...shorted more TWM

- BTW...long AIG...hoping for a quick scalp...no problem getting shares for this bad boy.

johnpaulca
10,094 posts
msg #67372
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9/17/2008 2:53:18 PM

TWM...got out with +2.1%...still holding AIG

johnpaulca
10,094 posts
msg #67373
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modified
9/17/2008 3:00:19 PM

TWM...shorted again@76.82...I looking for more downside.

TrendSurfer
109 posts
msg #67374
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9/17/2008 3:02:00 PM

The difference between a pro and a amateur is mastery of the game, not excluding the dollars they earn. The tools may be higher tech today, but the game is still played the same way as the past. Not the least of which is greed and fear.

When I talk about trading with someone, I don't claim to have invented trading. I do claim to have mastered a particular technique to make it work for me. That is true of every successful trader, or any other game you may name.

It would be smart to pursue technique of interest with an open mind and courtesy. Instead of trying to prove someone wrong with a questionable point of view.

Don't we all have a desire to manipulate past techniques, methods and systems to our own best self-interest? Everyone is different and has different needs and desires with the things they desire and accomplish...

One always has a choice to listen up or leave a conversation with another. Most people wouldn't dare say or attack a person face-to-face the way they use the internet for. That says a lot about the person, doesn't it!

Here is to everyones success...

TS



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