ESG4 1695 puts.....now on sale for $16......down from your purchase price around $69
"Volume expandin bigtime right here. Could lead to a ten cent sell off (OH NO!) in the next half hour."
quack just ate a very large lunch. Now he's got to take a big dump.
"Go get a life dude. Do you thint that you are impressing anyone? Nobody cares what you know or don't know. So what if you are right? Nobody cares what you say.
And just for the sake of arguement, let's say that you are wrong and the share price goes where we think it will. Are you going to be here, all along the way, nay saying and telling us how smart you are as the price continues to rise?
There is something wrong with you. "
you are a pretty sick guy.
i feel sorry for the people who have to be around you.
those "few mins" lows wipe out the stop loss orders...they just clear the decks!
it's just pure reckless volatility imo.
i tend to agree with you. i don't think it will happen this month or next month. but beyond that the risk really grows.
did you guys see how the bigz did it this morning?
right after the jobs number:
minute #1 (8:30-8:31) 23,900 es contracts
minute #2 (8:31-8:32) 23,400 es contracts
that immediately chopped 10 points off the S&P futures
just a total power gorilla move.
Europe and Japan are doing
exactly the same thing.
you're only targeting the U.S.....
appears to be self-hate at worst,
self-centered at best!
thursday: high 1774 on Euro rate cut, 1741 low
today: 1736 low on jobs number, 1760 current rebound
the gorillas orchestrating these moves are making MAJOR BUCKS!
all he had was an Ace-King....with no match to community cards
opponent tried to bluff with a Queen-Five....also no match to community cards
$8 million bucks for him.... his investors make many many multiples of the cash they fronted to him
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Who is denying them? Isn't this misleading? There are only 16,500 MD grads of US schools trying to fill 25,500 spots. With odds like that, job scarcity is not what is causing the 971 go unmatched.
I believe the real story is the primary care dead zone. The match is for the other specialties. Of the 5,100 internal medicine and 3,400 family medicine slots, less than 40 percent are filled by US MD grads. Those who apply to family medicine or internal medicine are very competitive for slots with both US IMGs and foreign-born IMGs.
So one reasonable conclusion is that the 971 unmatched graduates applied only in the most competitive specialties and had no "Plan B" or safety applications to primary care. In a sense, we must respect these choices. Students do not want to go on interviews and pretend to be interested in family medicine or internal medicine when that is not the case.
I think the market has delivered the result that is expected in light of the very low interest in internal medicine and family medicine by US MD grads.
This recruitment season we had only 13 applications from students at US MD schools. Three withdrew, two were very high risk academically and two had really troubling interpersonal skills. So of the 55 students we interviewed, only six were US MD students who I would have wanted to work with.
1. Looks like they have a ton of openings in their IT operation
2. Have a second account at another broker for backup in case of emergency
3. Always have stop loss order.
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"Haha, how does it feel to be a laughing stock on this board."
You are the laughing stock with your short now approaching a 60% loss!
Too bad you're not a trader. You are just a poseur. You don't belong on this board.
i made 17 trades today: 2 loss, 4 wash, 11 wins.
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Instead of applying for jobs endlessly,
create your own job,
cz...time to change gears...
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