no, make that two eggrolls
Don't feed the trolls, Daniel. The market often is very inefficient as it is here; that's where we make the big money. Let this silliness pass and don't worry about it.
On days like with news and big volume, you can count on two or three of these shakedown moves. One is usually about 30-45 minutes after the open. The second one is over the noon hour. Those are the best times to bid and the idea is 1-2 cents under the prior low, at the gap + one cent, etc. Logical places. I make my living off this kind of garbage and it happens over and over.
You just exhibited your ignorance. Further, nobody here gives a rat's #$%$ what you do or has any interest in convincing you do to do anything. Go jump off a building.
Dude, do you think if you repeat this tired BS enough times, it will come true for you? Get real. Whatever your problem is with the company or George, it's going up with or without you.
Not looking too good if you want to cover
This correction following the announcement of an ATM running roughly parallel with a similar set of circumstances in Oct. 2010. A huge rally followed from early November through early December. IIRC, it was something along the lines of 3.50 or so to 6.40. The rally was derailed in Dec. of 2010 by GE's getting into the tanker business.
There was a perfected Holy Grail setup on the WEEKLY chart. It fired and is working like a charm. A minimum target would be a double top at 4.
There is a "magic line" on DRYS. Some readers might know what I mean by that. I had an idea where it was but someone confirmed for me that it is the 18 WMA. And where was that? Why 2.66! How convenient! And that where I bid the other day and told ya'll ahead of time.
So, I'd say the table is set for a very nice up move from here. If you want to listen to trolls like that Yabbadabba idiot, Grayoldtroll or the rest of them, be my guest, but that would be really stupid.
and they're STILL hitting the bid with size (such as size is this late). Don't chase a gap. My opinion.
you mean like your "short" from the past few days? LOL, I've scraped higher quality #$%$ from my shoe than you. Go crawl back under your rock.
Really? How many times now have you "sold?" Hahahah. PnF charts are not predictive. You might as well use a Ouija board
wrikkelz • Sep 10, 2013 3:16 PM Flag
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wringing shares from weak longs. I sold at 3.10 will buy back when charts give signal