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johnpaulca
10,080 posts
msg #68809
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10/26/2008 4:17:50 PM

TLAB....this stock had some good swings last week , did crappy on TRO stats.

13th_floor
724 posts
msg #68812
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10/26/2008 8:26:03 PM

Hi Slot...and thanks..

I'll be back full tilt after the 1st of the year.....As YOU know Muddy and company are ALWAYS looking for the "flash in the pan" to have their way with...the SCA TMA RDN etc. type have been around a long time and I don't doubt will be for a long time to come...
Those if a serious trader you REMEMBER!

It's about finding "fresh meat",ones that very few except big money players know about,until now...now,we know it...it's about education.


TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #68822
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10/27/2008 9:48:27 AM

For the record, this is NOT about right way/wrong way or which was is better.

All that matters is what works for YOU!

Some like to chase after the next flash in the pan.

Some like the same old, same old steady producers.

I would rather just milk the same 2 or 3 cows day after day until the milk runs dry. A lot less effort and stress. I would think it's easier to get up to speed this way, too.




TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #68829
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modified
10/27/2008 11:45:54 AM

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This is a SELECTION chart.

It is NOT a trading chart.







StJoe
91 posts
msg #68831
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modified
10/27/2008 1:28:39 PM

TRO,
Being VERY new, what is the differance between selection and trading chart?

Are there any great RUNNERS that are above $4.00? I just made a deposit and have been focused on sca, abk, and rdn.

TIA


Also it look as if DDR was a one hit wonder....

TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #68834
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10/27/2008 3:12:34 PM

Selection charts are to be used to SELECT something to trade.

You bring it up on the chart and by looking at the chart you determine if the instrument is ready to be traded.

Trading charts are to be used when you are actually trading.

Most people do NOT make the distinction and, as we all know, most fail at trading.



chetron
2,817 posts
msg #68840
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10/27/2008 6:25:16 PM

or maybe even, a 30 minute chart is used for trendsetting, so you can go to a lesser time frame to look for a most advantageous entry?

TheRumpledOne
6,358 posts
msg #68853
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10/28/2008 10:47:37 AM

PRICE IS THE SAME ON ALL CHARTS.

DO NOT BE FOOLED!!

13th_floor
724 posts
msg #68864
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10/28/2008 4:35:31 PM

Yup..

DDR a one hit wonder..only up 32% today with range from 8.50 to 11.50

Or how 'bout 2 hit wonder DIN .. over $6 range yesterday from 5.65 to 11.90 for a 54% gain
Today a little better....over $9 range from 9.21 to 18.30,closed right there for a 102% gain.

Called by Muddy right after the open yesterday,price at the time right around $8

(Oct 27-09:42) Muddy: big bounce DIN,been beat

GOTS playing it all day,both days
Right in the chat logs,read them,maybe you can pick up some fresh ideas

mdl060374
91 posts
msg #68865
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modified
10/28/2008 6:54:37 PM

13thfloor,

you said this: "The thing with ones like DDR you look at the ADR30 and see 19.50% range.
Then you look at the ADR10 and see 30.5% range!
This tells you it's a super "hot" play in the last few days,and should be in upcoming days,there are tons of high money players following this one now ( look at the volume the last 2 days compared to it's 90 day average )...that is a huge difference,11%, over a 20 day period.HUGE! "

Can you (or anyone else) elaborate on how to look for stocks with such ADR's.?.

I am not good creating screens inlvoing percents, etc...


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