Question for Silly Sally or other Long-Time Traders
I saw in one of your posts that by the late 60's, earely 70's, you were working for a NYSE member firm. That you're now retired and living in Naples?
Me, I'm a mangement consultant (marketer by trade) who's been both actively investing and day trading for years. Sure I've learned to win in this game, but that was after years of "learning losses" and I still trade by the seat of my pants. Evidence yesterday. I captured 4+ percent on that trade so i'm not complaining. But then I left a lot of dough on the table as the pps shot to 21.80 (my last sell was at 21.075). I wasn't looking at the order book, and wonder, had I been, would I have seen all of the support developing, and not bailed so early.
There's that, and I don't play with options, which for this stock especially, as you have pointed out could be profitable.
I guess what I'm trying to say is, you seem passionate about this, a long-time pro, and highly knowledgeable technically, about lighting, at least (some of your CREE posts have been very educational).
I for one would welcome your sharing some of that knowledge on this board, if you want to. I learned a lot over the years from posters with your apparent background.