Discussion in 'Trading' started by MrDODGE, Sep 29, 2008.
Why do we need a bell on a market that isn't freely open for trading?
You know what they should have....machine guns going off
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thats got to be a bad omen.
500 down today
The least they could have done was IMMEDIATELY say "The market is open; we are looking into why the bell did not ring."
But no, they leave us hanging 5 minutes ...
Of all days for that shit to happen.
Never underestimate the PPT. They now have a 700 Billion cash infusion to fuck around with. Plus for every dollar borrowed, it gives the fed the ability to make money against it.
Nobody gives a shit!
Anybody with a nutsac has been trading S&P's since 7AM or earlier and/or trading stocks on ARCA.
How much business do you think is actually conducted @ 11 Wall Street other than lunch?
Knew it was going to be an interesting day
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