I'm trading fx right now. Using the gator oscillator and awesome oscillator together and ordering manually. It's been free money so far, maybe it's time to try them on some levered etfs too
This is not an uncommon issue. I've had that happen, I've also had it show hundreds of thousands of dollars until just before premarket. This has happened with etrade and tradeking. Relax and enjoy the volatility
My comment was directed towards anv123. It would do more harm than good if I were present.
I have already suggested that you set up a paypal account that could help reimburse your expenses. Christ the least we can do is pay your airfare
I just switched to FXCM from another broker. Saving over 50% of the commission/spread costs. I wish I would have done it months ago, however I didn't know how much better of a platform and inexpensive it was. They need a new marketing team so they can attract new clients while the fx market is hot.
I have done multiple buys, few hundred dollars here and there on dips. It's not probable that I realize any profit from ANV, but the plan was to hold no matter what. Only reason I would sell is if we got shares in the new co and management stays in place... I'll be the first out the door. I'm not selling Hycroft for pennies otherwise.
Student loan debt is starting to hinder first time home buyer purchases AND parents that cosigned, purchases and refinance. I'm seeing this in rural USA.
I lost the funds I intended to use on a down payment for a house. How silly was that??? Certainly not as silly as averaging down at 2.5c, in my mind anyway.
Still bought a house, only difference is the mortgage insurance :D
I bought more today, down to .25.....Ive bought a number since the post BK pop to get it to that point.
I will be held in contempt if I appear at any hearing, not the road I want to go down right now. I would submit to the EC before anything, this is a game of chess and I do not know where their pieces are located and I'd hate to impede on anything they have prepared. I would love to see employee comments about their instruction to dump waste of the leach pads be seen on PM, is this already in the cards?
Google search "Allied Nevada property sale attacked as a possible sweetheart deal". Brian Tuttle has done this already, reach out to him for more details.
Judge Walrath in the Wamu case. Transcripts of it were included in doc 793. They were asking for her to disband the EC too.
Money in the mattress? You're more brave than I, I have been buying physical since ANV filed, haven't really touched the stock market since - just FX
Any hint of fraud, which HAS to be likely with all things considered, should slow this down enough to get us a better deal regardless. They could file Chp 7 instead, fine by me.
August 20th isn't enough time for POG I'm afraid, I think once September goes by and there is no rate hike, that is when it will have a decent pop. Unless upcoming job reports are bad, that should help a lot too.
He goes on to accuse the US Trustee of "acting irrationally, capriciously, or arbitrarily" as a reason to revoke the appointment of the EC. How does a gold mine lose 1B so quickly and when did you last issue a round of equity at below market price? Thats probably all the Trustees needed to see to make that determination.....throw some trash on the pads, unearned incentive requests, misleading statements on conf calls, disgruntled employees that can confirm the actions leading up to the shut down.....C'MON MAN!
"I think the evidence that the debt and equity in this case are still trading, *at any number*, establishes that at least the market thinks that the debtor is not hopelessly insolvent.....While the debtor clearly is representing all constituents in this case and fulfilling its fiduciary duty (EC will run a train on ANV proving this hasnt been the case), I think that the fact we have 1102 in the code makes it clear that there are instances where other parties have a right to have a place at the table. And the US Trustee has made a determination that the equity should be present, and I don't think they're wrong."