But you also sold the rallies, which leaves your performance trailing the averages and makes you a failed trader.
I guess. But so far you're the face of failure for top picking. At some point you need to show contrition. Then you can move on.
The current pattern has repeated over and over for 3 years. A scary drop, a V bottom, a rally to new highs. Everything you thought you knew about what should be has failed. Own it, and find your next path, cause this one ain't working. I've had to adapt. I hate it. But the book about this era is not yet written and if you think you're gonna nail the top and be king of the world, well, you're not.
We're at all time highs, so re-test ain't a thing at this stage. Seriously, does this seem like an imminent crash situation?
There's a hyena who started posting back then, declaring it a top and that the end of days was nigh. And is still unrepentant!
So true. This is the era of V bottom rocket rallies, that leave a trail of daily gaps and never test support or back and fill the way we've been taught to expect.
Move, we all know that when you get crazy shrill with insults any attempt at rational discussion is lost. Adios.
Stay on topic? You're all over the map! Minors smoking? Oh dear god is THAT what keeps you up at night? Never knew your were such a humanist. We have video of the incident, and you're posing what if scenarios that don't fit what we can plainly see. And yes, the sergeant's lack of intervention makes her culpable too, further demonstrating that this incident is not about race, as I've said from the outset.
Was the comparison too figurative for you? Were you also a proponent of excessive jail sentences for personal drug use? Many laws have punishments that far exceed the severity of the offense. None of which is to the point that you so willfully ignore. The cops handling of Garner was needlessly violent and inhumane.
I share your frustration. If anything, the media is guilty of racial bias in their disregard for covering epidemic black on black violence. Out of sight out of mind, it doesn't attract eyeballs. Or the guilt reflex makes it too uncomfortable to speak that ugly truth. Denial assures its continuation.
Garner was no saint but at no time during the confrontation did he pose any threat to the cops. They knew the guy, the crime was no more serious than jaywalking, and the arrest was politically motivated. The use of force was excessive and the lack of humanity was appaling. I don't equate the two circumstances at all.