Free Live S&P Squawk Box

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by Free Thinker, Apr 24, 2003.

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  2. Thanks V

    I just loaded it...that guy is a bit too fast for me. Can barely understand half of what he's saying.

    I used a different service last year which was better IMO.
     
  3. Eh, I also tried getting sense out of a internet-squawk-box. It sure takes practice hearing the quotes.

    Is there anyone actually managing to trade from the quotes? Or is it just to get the gut-feel, noise-level of the pit etc?

    joe
     
  4. Hint, BIGGGGGG hint about using this. The quotes are NOT what is important.
     
  5. Only the noise..........and keep an ear out for the playas.....peace
     
  6. The latter for sure.
     
  7. shyhh

    shyhh

    If i speak like Ben Lichtenstein, i'll go breathless for sure... :eek:
     
  8. Imagine him in the sack, or ordering at a restrauant!
     
  9. I tried listening to one of these things once. I listened to it for about 2 minutes and then I said, "uhhhh NO."

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    #10     Apr 24, 2003