i don't think the markets are random, i think they're like this...

Discussion in 'Trading' started by Gordon Gekko, Sep 12, 2002.

  1. nitro


    Larry Williams is an idiot...unless that was your point?

    #51     Sep 12, 2002
  2. commisso,

    please don't be like this. i will appreciate your opinion even if aphie doesn't. BUT I'M SURE HE WILL ALSO.

    it is only natural for people to have a kneejerk reaction when criticized...we're all human.

    if aphie wants to learn, as i do, he will appreciate anyone's response and take it for what it's worth. i find your insights to be helpful on this board.

    please don't stop responding because of something as minor as this.

    #52     Sep 12, 2002
  3. lol -- then I guess I'll just have to get my ass ripped along with everyone else -- since you seem to think that trading spoos is a losing proposition.
    #53     Sep 12, 2002
  4. Seriously! I set a stop watch on Aphie after his first post...

    I have seen her eat the lunch of sooooo many traders over the years that I can spot them from a mile away...
    #54     Sep 12, 2002
  5. Nitro dosent have the balls to trade spoos, so his opinion means nothing. If he was a shooter on the Merc he wouldnr be a scrub like he is, so obviously he was a runner and his sad ass opinion means silch.
    #55     Sep 12, 2002
  6. :D nice phrase choice.
    #56     Sep 12, 2002
  7. J_Commisso,

    Shouldn't you be meditating -- man of many aliases?

    Seriously, you guys are really starting to sound like a broken record. If you do so good trading, then why can I not? Or is it, you haven't done so well lately and feel the need to vent on me?

    Screw that.
    #57     Sep 12, 2002
  8. NITRO you have a fan!:D
    #58     Sep 12, 2002
  9. Quah


    Geez. Enough already. Be humble.

    Posting a chart that claims to show a system that is like an ATM machine is like begging for comments.
    #59     Sep 12, 2002
  10. The chart was for Gordon because I wanted to help him. F*** everyone else's opinion about my comments.
    #60     Sep 12, 2002