Discussion in 'Trading' started by makloda, Jan 27, 2007.
You`re right. I whipped that up in 2 minutes.
You do when I bend you over and drive you home :0
Now thats good
Hey SWScapital... is this the kind of composure, discipline and restraint you exhibit in your trading? you know, you cant seem to ignore me like someone that was actually trading and successful would do
I know. You got me all worked up.
Good trading to you.
Oh another bite from the little fishy, no self control, cant help himself
MarketBeat has noted previously that this is the longest stretch (more than 900 days) without a one-day decline of 2% or more in the S&P 500 since 1928. Michael Panzner offers a related point, noting that since the last single-day 2% decline in May 2003, there have been four 2% rallies â the most recent a 2.16% increase on June 29, 2006.
Ahhh yes, the "experts"... remind me where they were in March 2000?
Seems like the average intraday range since late June has been 0.2% up or down. This is mind-numbing. Can we replay 2000 ~ 2003 one more time, please?
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