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  • h_grant_h h_grant_h Oct 4, 2013 2:01 PM Flag

    "They" always have the stock sell at such and such, but

    You never see them buy the stock at such and such.

    Typical losers/liars. What else is new?

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    • Go back to my posts, you'll see every trade I did was laid out clearly before I did them. The only ones I omitted were a few sales of my trading positions b/c I didn't want to cause confusion.

      Like I said, the reality of the stock market is a FAR more difficult game than most of the posters boasted with such ease. The truth is so ugly, if you look at how many posters have stayed on this board since the turn of 90's, when the stock was traded in $100-500 apiece! And it crashed the life out of those truly long suffering heavy losers. Now, all of sudden, you see "everyone" is an expert in trading.

      You know, the only thing those few ugly losers good at is to remain nasty - the common nature of real losers. They have that incurable disease of nastiness towards everyone else who is better than them.

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      • Only when you have a truly reliable methodology/system, which are so few in this world, you're not going to beat the big money players. Not a chance! You're born to be a loser in the stock market, and that is a truth nobody will admit, until you finally find that true help you need to succeed on a consistent basis. Until you find that reliable aid, Everyone is a loser in the stock market.

        One might have a few lucky trades now and then, but at the end of the year, the majority are always losers.

 
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