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724 posts
msg #71257
Ignore 13th_floor
2/7/2009 3:08:36 PM

Here's a nice post using SF to trade volatility.

133 posts
msg #71266
Ignore decipherlinda
2/9/2009 8:53:45 AM

Wow! Great resource! Thanks for your post.

7 posts
msg #78740
Ignore tradewiz
9/7/2009 1:55:08 AM

anybody know where this blog is relocated? Looked everywhere but couldn't find it. thanks.

446 posts
msg #78743
Ignore klynn55
9/7/2009 9:39:52 AM

there were about 7/8 guys who began momentum blogs about the same time, none continued with the beginning excitement,
i wonder did the methodology fade or the need to write/blog..... the blog you want is gone.

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