talk is cheap
he left drys board and now here following me like a .....
lets see what other IDs he has
glog is down again
good thing this i/d/i/o/t kid recommended it at 52 week high
what kind of loser he is with gnk egle and now glog picks
I!d!I!o!t gekCogodon read the filings and news
Today it hit $22 GLOG from $28 to $22 audiophulles spectacular call
Market participants were mixed on where the market was headed, with some believing owners could start holding onto higher numbers, buoyed by higher east coast South America grain freight deals, where a Kamsarmax was heard fixed at $15,500 plus $500,000.
"If there is more east coast South America business, owners could get more optimistic and stick to their rates," another broker said, but added that he has yet to see the effects of that in the Pacific.
Others, however, seemed to think higher activity in the Pacific in recent weeks meant that rates have hit a ceiling, and could start trending down.
"Indonesia/China and India has been a bit active, with a bit more cargo, as is Australia/India," a charterer-operator said. "After these are covered, the market might go down again, but for now it's still quite firm."
You paid $28 for GLOG and pumped it here
He claims he Lao predicted spy coul breakout which is a total #$%$
He makes up stories like audio
here enjoy it Audiophulle
Most likely he's your mentor
By Avi Gilburt
As the S&P 500 continues to chop around and the Russell makes new lows, there is nothing that is indicating that this correction has run its course. But oddly enough, it still does not preclude new highs being seen in the S&P 500 in the weeks to come, even though it is still setting up to likely see a 17 handle within the next few months.
While the recent "technical" top to the overall market has likely occurred back in March, and I have been expecting a bigger drop in the S&P 500 ever since, it still has not cracked as its brethren — the Nasdaq 100 (NDX) and Russell 2000 (IWM) — have, and it has truly taken its time in a high-level consolidation ... but its time is soon coming.
Even so, I have noted several times in the past that the S&P 500 can even make a higher high before beginning a bigger cascade down, and that higher high can still be part of the corrective pattern under Elliott Wave principles. In fact, we see this quite often in strong trending markets.
We still have two different charts possibly telling us two different things about the immediate future. When we look at the IWM, it has the potential for having bottomed already, while exhibiting positive divergences on the daily chart at the last lows. I must warn you that if these divergences get taken out, which would occur on a break of support of 106.50/107, then we could see a similar cascade effect as was seen in the summer of 2011, and have the IWM target the 95-98 region. But as long as we maintain support over 107, I would prefer to see a rally take us back toward the 115 region in a b-wave, before we see further downside extensions toward our lower-region targets.
You bought GLOG at $12 but not $28
I will sell all my drys holdings
Why are you trying soo hard to convince us to sell it's very simple just prove it Nd I promise I will sel
An most folks here will sell if you can show us one of your posts says "buying GLOG at 12"
Iron Ore Trade at Risk as Port Hedland Walkouts Approved
By Phoebe Sedgman and Jasmine Ng
May 12, 2014 7:46 AM EDT
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Tugboat workers at Australia’s Port Hedland approved work stoppages amid a dispute over wages and annual leave, risking disruption to iron ore shipments to China from the world’s largest bulk-export terminal.