Discussion in 'Trading' started by makloda, Jan 27, 2007.
Yawn, just woke up. All futures ticking up as always. Is there any risk yet? $$$
After your first cup of coffee, you might wonder if there's any reward yet. Better question is, "Can the ES tack on a +20pt gain since 12/15/2006?"
There's no risk in CDs... but more reward there in the past three months than long ES from 12/15/06.
Remember... you cannot buy the high tick anywhere, according to <b>eqt</b>. Now all ya need are some higher ticks than that :>)
Alright, I am watching for the dip today....
noticed that too, futures up again this morning.
Last time the NDX 100 touched new highs for the year at around 1847 they came back down pretty hard. Wonder if today we break through this level.
Also cnbc is not hyping up the mexico stock market, its been running up for a few years now, nearing 30,000 and now cnbc says its time to buy, they have to be kidding right.
good luck, by the look at tech today the semis will be only going one way..UP.
Might be lucky to see red today, for some reason I think the dow closes above 12775 and nasdaq 2530.
Those are my targets today.
GO TEAM NQ!!!!!!!!!!! 100% UP ROOM TO GO!!!! $$$$$$
is there risk yet?
Just like it's time to refinance to a LIBOR ARM... only 1%!!
Will be keeping a close eye..
I don't necessarily want in on the money, I just want to understand what exactly is going on..
Knowledge is power but applied knowledge is financial freedom.
This is going down in the history books, you know how we had to read about the great depression of 1929, well all they are going to read is how the streets during the greatest bull run were filled with no risk free money opportunites, where no matter what sector etf you bought it was going to make you alot of money. That buying the dips was the good thing to do.
And that the streets of America were really paved with GOLD!!!!!!!!
<i>"where no matter what sector etf you bought it was going to make you alot of money."</i>
Really? What did you buy, and specifically when?
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