" No doubt in my mind ..."
Better to Remain Silent and Be Thought a Fool than to Speak and Remove All Doubt
Is he ever? Still waiting for the EuroZone to break up or for the 15% correction in stock prices that the author of the world renowned gartman report said was inevitable. This guy is still skating on some past glory, the illumination from which is growing dimmer by the day ... just like Denny.
"Weather By the Hour ..." Snow, rain, wind??
"or from granted Options." Sort of like Ken Lay from Enron?? or #$%$ Fuld from Lehman Bros??
I like PRLB and own some, but your comment about pay is essentially nonsense.
Morningstar still had a 4 star rating when I checked this morning. That will suddenly vanish and re-emerge as an "rating under review," which is their usual tactic when they've been asleep at the switch.
Oh, oh. Sounds like it's that time of the month again. I imagine your life is a succession of "quick typos," eh Princess? Or maybe it's the cascade of drool making the keyboard slippery.
Devastating retort.I suppose next you'll be calling me Mr. Poopy or whatever cutting comment is going around the playground.
Why not open your eyes?
Maybe he's one of the thousands of illiterate Americans who were disruptive in schools denying others the chance to learn and who received meaningless social promotions just to end the misery for everyone.
One of the reasons this country will go down the tube is because we apologize for laziness & stupidity and encourage morons to think they're entitled to special treatment to spare them from making any effort.
So why not post on a Slovakian website? I know I wouldn't try to post there and make a dumb-a_s out of myself.
"ll be plenty anothers"
Probably a good idea to post your comments before the Happy Hour, which probably kicks off with breakfast in your case.
"u just loose"
Why is it that losers can't spell "lose?"
His discount junior brokerage account won't allow him to trade options and Mom & Dad have hidden their credit cards after the Hello Kitty collectibles debacle.
And good luck with this week's spelling test.
When you finish your homework tonight, Google "the dangers of stop loss orders." Mom or Dad can read some of the entries for you.
"...crashing markets tend to feed on stop-losses. Reversals are common after big declines, and can be a better time for traders to get out. In the case of the Flash Crash, traders could have gotten much better prices for sells entered at the market price later that day or the next day."
What's a "bonce" other than a sure sign of illiteracy?
"if fallen" ?? Sprechen Sie Englisch? ¿Hablas Inglés?
And if you had set stop losses yesterday below $60 you would have been taken out, left to watch it climb up to $64 or scrambling to buy in again above your sale-price. If you want to trade this volatile stock you need to watch it and make decisions. If anyone is trying to accumulate this stock now or in the near future, they'll get the price run down to scoop up all the stop-loss geniuses.
You understand that Brad Pitt doesn't work in the factory that produces Chanel No 5, even though his name and face are used to sell the stuff, right?? And Aunt Jemima doesn't actually come to your house to make those pancakes. In your case due diligence looks more like fatuous flatulence.