so this mjw id was created on Feb 3, 2014. What happened to the other one?
why did u delete all your posts? Don't want them traced to you for a job or something?
bingo. I did trade 5K blocks and made $1k. Not bad for a few mouse clicks.
The only positive this has going that this is not P&D is that it is a sector move.
can you keep it to a reasonable number? like 10/day
It's hard to find actual posts on SLW when you jerks who don't know anything about silver or SLW monopolize the board with your inane rants. there are plenty of day trade sites where you can attach charts with your useless TA can go to.
I'd also stop the quarterly earnings CC's. another waste of money. If you aren't going to give guidance, then let the numbers speak for themselves. Why waste all that time for the CC dialogue preparation? Just put up profits or shut up.
you guys might as well through some chicken bones and see what they come out as.
Seriously, aren't there some day trader sites you kids could chat at? Better yet, get your parents to get you a room. This site is for grown up conversations
he writes for the Street. this came out yesterday. you can find the link under headlines
My final idea that could be preparing for an explosive move to the upside is Clean Diesel Technologies (CDTI_), which engages in the manufacture and distribution of heavy duty diesel and light duty vehicle emissions control systems and products to automakers, integrators and retrofitters worldwide. This stock has been on fire so far in 2014, with shares up sharply by 71%.
If you consult the chart for Clean Diesel Technologies, you'll notice that this stock recently pulled back from its high of $3.48 a share to a low of $2.08 a share. Following that sharp pullback, shares of CDTI have started to rebound higher with the stock tagging its recent high of $2.90 a share. So far off that pull back, shares of CDTI have been making higher lows, which shows that the stock is in demand when it sells off. Shares of CDTI are now starting to trend within range of triggering a major breakout trade.
Traders should now look for long-biased trades in CDTI if it manages to break out above some near-term overhead resistance levels at $2.76 to $2.90 a share with high volume. Look for a sustained move or close above those levels with volume that hits near or above its three-month average action of 434,295 shares. If that breakout triggers soon, then CDTI will set up to potentially soar higher back towards its 52-week high at $3.48 a share, or even $4 to $4.50 a share.
Traders can look to buy CDTI off any weakness to anticipate that breakout and simply use a stop that sits right below some key near-term support levels at $2.32 or around its 50-day at $2.18 a share. One can also buy CDTI off strength once it starts to take out those breakout levels with volume and then simply use a stop that sits a comfortable percentage from your entry point.
got my Tax Form from Fidelity today. 34% of distributed dividends are not taxable, must be return of capital or something like that. Makes me like CLCT even better
If it wasn't for the ATM tax which effects me, my CLCT dividends would have effectively been taxed at 10%. In retirement, they would have been 10% for me
PCGS-Certified MS66+ 1888-O Morgan Becomes 50 Millionth Item Certified By Collectors Universe
- February 26, 2014
Don Willis places 50 millionth label
PCGS President Don Willis personally placed the 50,000,000 insert label into the holder for the coin that became the 50 millionth item certified by Collectors Universe. (Photo by Donn Pearlman.)
An important and historic milestone has been reached by Collectors Universe, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLCT), the parent company of Professional Coin Grading Service. On February 26, 2014, PCGS authenticated and graded a coin that became the 50 millionth item certified by Collectors Universe.
"We opened our doors for business in February 1986 and we received 18,000 coins for grading that very first month, a number far in excess of what we expected. The next month we received 35,000 coins, and we have been growing steadily since. Now just a few weeks after our 28th anniversary of being in business, we've reached the 50,000,000th milestone because collectors and dealers worldwide have put their trust in the assurance and market liquidity that Collectors Universe's expert, third-party grading and authentication provide," said David Hall, President and Founder of Collectors Universe.
"They've come to us year-after-year to certify the authenticity of some of the world's most valuable rare coins, trading cards, game-used baseballs, bats and other sports memorabilia, autographs and historical documents."
The landmark achievement of certifying the 50 millionth item occurred at the American Numismatic Association National Money Show in Atlanta, Georgia when a team led by PCGS President Don Willis certified the authenticity and grade, PCGS MS66+, of an 1888-O Morgan dollar. It was submitted by Mike Newman of Augusta, Georgia, a member of the PCGS Collectors Club.