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    daytrading can be much more lucrative then that. Whatever your goal is whether its 200 or 2000 dollars it can be hit if you have a proper plan. Also if you add a few 2-5 day swings to your daytrades you will have a few stocks that give the bigger 10-30% gains that can boost your account
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    digging up some trade review videos from my site for my man go getter!

    these really go into the mechaNICS of how i trade.

    im trying to show a few different type of setups

    Trade Review EEE 2/2/2011 | BullsOnWallStreet
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    Here is a trade review on our trade in JRJC which we entered at 5.46 on thursday. the stock rocketed to a high of 6.40 today before closing at 6.10. Overall a huge winner for the bullson.ws team. Here is a video of how we came about the entry, exit, and the managment of the trade
    http://bullsonwallstreet.com/bulls/2...-jrjc-4252011/
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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    Here is a trade review on our trade in JRJC which we entered at 5.46 on thursday. the stock rocketed to a high of 6.40 today before closing at 6.10. Overall a huge winner for the bullson.ws team. Here is a video of how we came about the entry, exit, and the managment of the trade
    http://bullsonwallstreet.com/bulls/2...-jrjc-4252011/
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    Anyone see 60 Minutes yesterday on High Frequency Trading? Thought it was a pretty informative segment worth checking out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ADV.1 Matt View Post
    Anyone see 60 Minutes yesterday on High Frequency Trading? Thought it was a pretty informative segment worth checking out.
    Just saw that. Very interesting and eye opening.

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    Damn, that's so messed up. Here is the video if anyone missed it. Wall Street: The Speed Traders - 60 Minutes - CBS News

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    I don't trust complexity
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    I remember reading something I liked in a copy of FORBES a couple years ago. It was great, that I tore the page out. Mainly for the 2nd paragraph in this quote, but I couldn't for the life of me find it right now but I was lucky enough to remember enough of it to Google it.

    The lesson we must learn from the 2008--09 crisis is the vital importance in business, not least in banking, of simplicity. Next to honesty it is the most important virtue, and the two are usually connected. Unfortunately, many people--whose brains and ingenuity are not matched by judgment--have a passion for complexity, and electronic technology makes it easy for them to indulge that passion. The clouds of almost impenetrable complexity they create conceal bad judgment, incompetence, unconscionable risk-taking and sheer dishonesty...

    ...Here are some pointers: Trust what is simple and can be understood at a glance. Anything more elaborate, investigate carefully and thoroughly; if it's too convoluted for you to grasp, pull back. Remember, in financial matters the object of complexity is all too often to conceal the truth, to deceive.

    All this is obvious. Odd that we should have to reiterate it. Meanwhile, the wealth of the world has been halved.
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