Because the trend is up not down so I know buying the dips is safe and if it drops more I will buy more, shorting is very risky, this is my 3rd time trying the other 2 times I covered for a small loss , and Glad I did other wise it would have been a huge loss......cheers
LOL and I still make easy money Pudy, do you ...sold my bad ny of IBM and still made $450 in this market if you buy the dips it is tough to be wrong even with TYPO's can you say the same...cheers
once again Pudy is predicting the future...lol and wrong
103.5 lets see what happens this is a bit over done I must say and I have to seize the opportunity
not luck I know that Central Banks are in control, actually I would say unlucky I bought IBM and onl made $500....LOL either way I am all in cash now....cheers
IBM at 161.50 my average price was 161.05...drinks on me....lol
Good I sold at 161.5 , average price at 161.05, even when I made a bad buy I still profit, you can't lose in this market
HSI reversed its losses on news that they are infusing 9 Billion in short term loans, basically musical chairs,, Japan, then ECB now China, you can't lose being long
If Pudy goes long then I go all in short...LOL I have not known a person to be so WRONG.... he is the guy with the BAD LUCK . I would never want to be in the same plane with him
can stop this bull market ...are there any shorts left? I Pudy is.....OUCH
I did post, look below:
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160.15 noting magical, it's there as I post, you can buy it to watch and learn...cheers
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