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General Discussion · Taking a poll: your occupation
msg #55450
10/1/2007 4:46:56 PM

Thanks for the link Biely and thanks betyerbottomdollar for your comment.
i am not that bad, i was trying to say not suuceesful by looking at other users comments about making 2% to 10% . steenbarger may be right ,my time frame is not right or my trading style does not fit my time frame.after looking at my past trades if i am in front of charts i have more success.

General Discussion · Taking a poll: your occupation
msg #55414
9/30/2007 3:33:51 PM

Systems engineer, from Los angeles, CA.
Trading for long time without any success. can not concentrate because of job, thinking to try full time trading.

General Discussion · Please do me a small favor
msg #51541
5/12/2007 2:26:11 AM

Done, Thanks for all your help.

General Discussion · Behind Wall Street’s trading profits
msg #50735
3/29/2007 11:27:48 PM

In 2006 Goldman made more than $100m on 49 days,
Merrill Lynch’s top band is “more than $80m”, instead of $100m. It made a trading profit of more than $50m on 49 days, compared with 126 days at Goldman –approximately every other day.

StockFetcher 2.0 Beta · Beta Feature Requests
msg #49632
1/27/2007 4:50:15 PM

you can click company name and then use down arrow and enter key, one step more but it works.

General Discussion · Using DMI, ADX and Parabolic Stop & Reverse
msg #45340
6/27/2006 11:59:55 PM

Thanks mgazda.
I Browse your blog everyday.

General Discussion · Using DMI, ADX and Parabolic Stop & Reverse
msg #45175
6/21/2006 11:07:44 PM

check this website.

General Discussion · FREE GIFTS
msg #43253
4/28/2006 12:25:00 AM

Elliott wave trading techniques

General Discussion · FREE GIFTS
msg #43250
4/28/2006 12:03:25 AM

Option webcast and seminars
1,An Introduction to Options
2,Trading Spreads
3,Trading Credit Spreads and The Iron Condor
4, Covered Call Writing for Options Investors
5, Volatility for Options Investors
6, Straddles and Strangles
7, Comparing and Contrasting These Two Volatility Strategies

Filter Exchange · Who really wants to find the next NTRI?
msg #42702
4/2/2006 1:53:26 AM

Insider Sale:
CAMH: 48,000 , 3/15/06 , 3.69
FSRT: 200.000 , 3/28/06 , 0.50
FSRT: 105,000 , 3/23/06, 0.48
FSRT: 95,000, 3/21/06, 0.46

Insider BUY:
GNBT: 26,000 3/27/06 , 3.22
MHGC: 11,500, 3/1/06 , 19.90

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