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  • agncgreat_tradersnope agncgreat_tradersnope Mar 16, 2013 3:44 PM Flag

    SO ALL CAN SEE, DOC, PHIL, RAY, AND THE BOILER ROOM OPTIONS SALES TEAM POST AT NLY...SELL BUY AGNC.!

    Meanwhile...posting here....sell agnc...buy arr....get it?? Dealers. Working days, nights, and yes weekends.! they are soooo successful and rich. They can't afford days off. these are parasites. Trying to gain new fresh meat. Into their thinly traded options...just a few really pumps their book. And they never invest in any company. Nope. Just ride others investments at the good times...and ditch ya when it's time to pay. users. manipulators selling their book. agnc is never even discussed. It's all about the gaming. Not investing. But history proves beyond any doubt. Real wealth is accumulated by investors. Most traders fail to make profits. Look up the facts. Most traders, like gamblers end up bk. Some many times. you don't see that owning ge. Or nly or agnc....nope. Sp. Up and down and div. Adjustments...but solid investments for serious investors. Like buffett. If you wish to gamble....be my guest. But don't lie to the goode people about how easy it is. Or how profitable. most of you will fail. Why? The number 1 reason for losing in the market is over-trading. Not poor picks...or market crashes. It selling at the wrong time. And selling too often. Look it up. Facts.

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    • Meanwhile...posting here....sell agnc...buy arr....get it?? Dealers. Working days, nights, and yes weekends.! they are soooo successful and rich. They can't afford days off. these are parasites. Trying to gain new fresh meat. Into their thinly traded options...just a few really pumps their book. And they never invest in any company. Nope. Just ride others investments at the good times...and ditch ya when it's time to pay. users. manipulators selling their book. agnc is never even discussed. It's all about the gaming. Not investing. But history proves beyond any doubt. Real wealth is accumulated by investors. Most traders fail to make profits. Look up the facts. Most traders, like gamblers end up bk. Some many times. you don't see that owning ge. Or nly or agnc....nope. Sp. Up and down and div. Adjustments...but solid investments for serious investors. Like buffett. If you wish to gamble....be my guest. But don't lie to the goode people about how easy it is. Or how profitable. most of you will fail. Why? The number 1 reason for losing in the market is over-trading. Not poor picks...or market crashes. It selling at the wrong time. And selling too often. Look it up. Facts.

    • Bozo !! "Money Don't Sleep".

      • 1 Reply to mr.phil2u
      • Oh cool. A hype example of pure greed and hype. buz words and salesmens jargon, coupled with your little pitch and catch game your gang plays. I'm quite amused. i'm sure others are on to your otions lure game you kidz play...trollin' for suckers. It's no wonder you have this as home base of your commercial operation to write options from the best company and huge cap and many investors. Giant lure. Broad net. You manipulators have taken over a public forum to pump your book. Night and day....24/7...include weekends. And greed never sleeps. Investors do. Gamblers fail by the sheer numbers game itself. The big boys have better software. They have acess and big computers. That's why gamblers always lose. Eventually. Ask vegas. Macao. And options trading is no different than the games the casinos are built on. Good luck to longs. Too bad about the parasites. Call your congressman.

 
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