Reflection: Trading Secret is All about ...

Discussion in 'Trading' started by OddTrader, Dec 24, 2011.

  1. alliteration trading systems work fine, until one onomatopeia occurs and totally fucks you up. That's why all I trade is hyperbole and metaphors. True, the profit potential is not as great, but if you can endure all the sarcasim, the results tend to be a lot less ironic.
    #11     Dec 25, 2011
  2. Cut your big loser
    Add more to your big winner
    Add to your loser

    (that's a haiku system I'm working on)
    #12     Dec 25, 2011
  3. I would add palaeoanthropology, palaetiology, pallasethesia, and parousiamania to the list.
    #13     Dec 25, 2011
  4. A particularly provocative piece of pretentiousness.
    #14     Dec 25, 2011
  5. Lornz


    Awesome alliteration! Admirably accommodating acquaintances (with) attained apprehension and alleviating (their) anxiety, as apotropaic alchemy attunes all arbitrageurs.

    Absolutely an appreciable act, and an augury!
    #15     Dec 25, 2011
  6. Pick a platform to professionally prepare perfect pivots with parameters, possibilities and percentages, then put positive personality, proprietary perspective and proportional pattern into physical process.
    #16     Dec 25, 2011
  7. Primitive programming or pathetic prevalence/ persistence produces poor performance.
    #17     Dec 25, 2011
  8. Postao


    U again... Lol
    Now I'm certain you work for the markets...
    Enticing new money into a dying regime...

    Listen here boys n girls
    The stock market is more crooked then odd's nose

    If its secrets your after it won't be found..
    And can never be deciphered...

    All it takes is one check of a box
    And you will lose

    Im sure the odd one can
    #18     Dec 26, 2011
  9. I would have to accept your Prejudgement above, which fortunately is Perceptively correct.

    Alternatively, you may Provocatively say the markets work for me ... :D

    Just a joke!!!
    #19     Dec 26, 2011
  10. Buy low sell high.
    #20     Dec 26, 2011