MILKING THE COWS

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Postby TheRumpledOne » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:14 am

As far as GOOG goes, it is still the BEST COW IN THE HERD!

The high price of GOOG has not changed it's volatility.
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Postby Niagara » Sat Mar 24, 2007 5:16 pm

TRO,

Where does one learn to day trade? Where did you learn to trade, if I might ask. Is there some school somewhere, or is it done through mentoring. If so, where would one find a mentor. Any sugggestions.

In Stockfetcher, your screens were not daytrade screens, they were clever screens for catching the next nitri for instance, among others. Has your trading style changed over time.

I find the skill of trading facinating. The trick is learning how.

I am sorry about what happened in the other forums. I would hope that you might return to Stockfetcher. I enjoyed your interaction with the other posters, such as Riggs. Sometimes one needs a break.

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Postby TheRumpledOne » Sun Mar 25, 2007 1:19 am

You learn to day trade by EXPERIENCE.

You can visit my www.paltalk.com chatroom, the TWO PERCENT CLUB. There are other free daytrading chatrooms.

You can read books.

You can search the net and find plenty of articles and blogs.

You can visit this and other forums.

You can find a mentor. Some charge. Some don't.

I have posted the "ALL YOU NEED TO MAKE MONEY" on this forum. I know it works.

Find what works for you.

What do you mean "return to StockFetcher", I have never left!!
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Postby Niagara » Sun Mar 25, 2007 5:03 am

TheRumpledOne wrote:You learn to day trade by EXPERIENCE.

What do you mean "return to StockFetcher", I have never left!!


Thank you for your reply. I have studied different web sites, forums, and technical screening sites through this past year. I have read several books, and have participated through one practice account with Stocktrak.com and have now opened an online trading account with Scottrade just this past week. I have looked at a number of softwares, and do enjoy the end of day, free data through yahoo software called Stockshare. It is nonprogrammable, but I do have a subscription to Stockfetcher which gives lists of stocks which I can import into Stockshare. In the end you seem to have to go through them one by one, and choose one that you think has merit. Enough swing, try to enter at the beginning of a cycle. I would like to try shorting, but the account is not funded at a high enough value yet. The mentor I have not found. I tried to google for trading clubs around the area, but have not found anything. Just the idea of opening an online brokerage account with real money was a big mental deal for me. The first time for anything is the hardest. The idea of scalping the first half hour, or forex trading seems like race car driving at this point, but maybe someday.
I went to your yahoo site from a link I saw, and it looked like you had closed it out. I had not seen any recent posts on Stockfetcher, so I assumed you had left it also. Obviously, I assumed wrong, sorry.

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Postby Patch » Sun Mar 25, 2007 10:33 am

Hi Niagara

Don't worry about first things, once you had to take your first step, you look like you are doing ok, continue to do so again. Consider the alternative.

Do a seach here on "two percent club" and read every post on it, and log on it around 8 to 8.30 am EST. The forum is usually not available until TRO opens it so keep checking back Mon - Fri mornings. I think this is an excellent forum.

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Postby TheRumpledOne » Sun Mar 25, 2007 4:35 pm

Scalping the first 30 minutes is the easiest.. it's when they hand out FREE MONEY!

Just ask the guys making AAPL juice everyday.
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Postby TheRumpledOne » Thu May 10, 2007 11:40 pm

TOP 20 COWS

GOOG
BIDU
RIMM
SHLD
WYNN
FSLR
FWLT
NIHD
AAPL
ESRX
CROX
SPWR
GROW
CTSH
VSEA
UAUA
PCAR
FMCN
JOYG
AKAM
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aapl today

Postby bh4313003 » Tue May 15, 2007 11:27 pm

just to see if i have aapl and mild the cow understood, here is what i saw today

initial long got stopped out but short hit target

is this correct


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Hard to Believe

Postby Randolermo » Tue Jun 05, 2007 3:53 pm

I've done some historical pricing and I find it hard to believe that these stocks don't have negative numbers regardless if you go long or short...unbelievable :shock: :shock: :shock:

TRO or anyone, I know day-trading has requirements such as at least $25,000 which I have. Do you mind telling me what are the other requirements? I'll look around but was hoping for a short reply.

Thanks...Rando
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Postby TheRumpledOne » Tue Jun 05, 2007 5:07 pm

I don't know of any other "requirement" for day trading stocks.

Forex doesn't have that requirement. You can start with $500 at www.efxgroup.com
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