Discussion in 'Financial Futures' started by stock777, Sep 12, 2006.
Calling them what I'm not sure.
Wondered about that, all the day traders looking to buy against the last few days action.
I would simply call them 'cash-deprived' or 'asset poor'.
who knew that the fed's targeting of assets was specifically aimed against them!?!?!?!?!
That story however is still being written... its a "War and Peace" type tome, however.
You cant disagree, it looke'd a decent long spec.
For mine, it still is, but i only look at eod.
Burn that midnight oil, folks.
ahh shucks, JP Morgan was there to catch a falling knife, what a bunch of good guys......hedge funds that get nuked are bad press for the rest of them...everyone please remain seated...there is no cause for alarm
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Amaranth Advisors LLC told investors on Wednesday that it has sold its entire energy-trading portfolio after losing more than $3 billion earlier this month in the natural-gas market. Amaranth didn't say who bought the portfolio, but a source familiar with the situation said J.P. Morgan Chase (JPM :and Citadel Investment Group, a big, Chicago-based hedge fund firm run by Ken Griffin, have acquired the positions.
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