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karennma
6,831 posts
msg #88047
Ignore karennma
2/10/2010 9:34:35 AM

JPM and Gs = huge gap UP.
Maybe we are "out of the woods".

Venice
76 posts
msg #88146
Ignore Venice
2/11/2010 5:00:36 PM

You gotta trade the current market man. Even if you find something that works now, it will most likely (read: definitely) not work a year later. Being a good trader is one who can continually adapt to the constantly changing environment.

As stated the trend is your friend. When bull, trade bull, when bear trade bear or stay out, when the market is reversing... hit it big!!! haha....

Yes, we would all love a magic button that tells us what the markets are going to do tomarrow... but alas, staying on top of the current game is a much better strategy...

mesayah
658 posts
msg #88148
Ignore mesayah
2/11/2010 5:19:16 PM

i disagree. it's not possible to follow a trend because trends change faster then people do.
i want a magic button.

Venice
76 posts
msg #88151
Ignore Venice
2/11/2010 8:01:01 PM

haha. I do too.

show stocks where p/s increase 500% tomarrow.

:/

four
4,012 posts
msg #88162
Ignore four
2/11/2010 11:16:22 PM

mesayah,

Please define "trend".
Not text book... the definition you use.

Thanks.

mesayah
658 posts
msg #88166
Ignore mesayah
modified
2/11/2010 11:32:57 PM

I was not the one that suggested i follow some sort of trend. But in my mind any theoretical or one that follows any indicator, is not so ez. Tell me the perfect entrance and exit based on THE TREND, since this will magically tell me when to act.

BarTune1
406 posts
msg #88167
Ignore BarTune1
2/11/2010 11:34:02 PM

I'm not so sure about a "magic" button. However, you can get and "EASY" button at Staples. Try putting that on the side of your PC and hitting it after every trade.

Kevin_in_GA
4,553 posts
msg #88175
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
modified
2/12/2010 8:23:15 AM

LOL!

Honestly, there have been presented here a number of good trading systems (VIX-Based, MTC, Crock Pot) that will work and generate returns if followed properly and consistently.

To master Kung Fu, you must first master yourself. Look at your trading behaviors first - are you actually trading the way you think you should be, or are you jumping in "ahead of the curve" only to get burned when you guessed wrong? Are you patient and analytical, or are your trades driven by emotion?

If you are looking for a gun that will always hit its target, make sure you know how to shoot it first.

karennma
6,831 posts
msg #88181
Ignore karennma
2/12/2010 9:30:38 AM

BarTune1
- BarTune1 2/11/2010 11:34:02 PM
I'm not so sure about a "magic" button. However, you can get and "EASY" button at Staples.
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I HAVE one of those EZ buttons from Staples.
When you press it, it does make you "feel" better.
:>)


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