back to 18%, by the way the market is reacting to
a "possible" quarter basis point hike by the fed.
This is definetely an over-reaction. I would expect a
3/4 basis point hike to even come close to this
How many of you interested in
starting a new home with interest rates @ 8.25%? Not
Talk about economic growth coming to a screaching
halt. I wouldn't be surprised to see the fed announce a
"no action" earlier than scheduled because of how
hard the brakes are on right now.(Always the first to
go- new car sales way down and new homes starts are
probally going to be way down.)
understood as having a slant. I have find both
kinds extremely for SCSI and others for FC.
Somewhere in the broadband arena are some companies which
can make us rich, but there are a lot to dig through.
It is hard to determine which technologies will
Try, try and try again. Perserverance and
When did you find these articles? The
FC v. SCSI article tops SCSI out at 40MB/sec (Ultra
SCSI). That's at least two years old. So in 1997 Sun
claimed FC was the interface of the future since "even at
40MB/sec, SCSI is just not fast enough to support modern,
multimedia-rich computing applications." No disagreement there,
but what about at 160MB/sec.
claimed for SCSI seemed stretched, while incompatibility
problems of FC are ignored. Does any else think Sun
slanted this article?
P.S.: I'm not
a techy, but I can read, add, multiply and divide.
In case you'll missed it last time, here are the links again.
Do not know anyone that cheap. Schwab is about
$35 per trade (whether vanilla or limit)... Olde is
about $40 per order. Need 4-5 contracts to help make it
worthwhile when speaking of 4-5 dollar calls.
I use the same for charts, but if you are looking
for option chains, try www.investor.com. You'll need
to get to a screen that lets you "Find" a stock, so
you'll need to enter one stock just to begin. Then click
the find button. Fairly easy from that point.
I'm using ameritrade, however they charge 25+1.75
per contract, they're a little slow in my opinion.
If your looking for option charting sites the only
place I've found is quote.com/live chartes, its a java
app so it takes a minute to load but its user
friendly and it will chart options ( don't look at
anythink shorter than days ). If any one has another site
for option charts please post it.