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    Ramsey!!!!!

    What are you doing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramsey View Post
    don't know if you Cool Cats posted this last weekend...

    Here's a song that's been on my mind a lot, as of late.

    Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHQ_aTjXObs

    Ramsey
    We got both kinds, Country and Western... lol
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xm2U5...x=0&playnext=1
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    Ahh... here's one for you ramsey... Hank Williams III's bass player singing a nice hillbilly song.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCAAR...eature=related


    In the meantime... this link is from one of the penny stock masters I dug up. Some sound advice on both fundamentals and technicals...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=edaJP3Lp0Gg&feature=fvst
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramsey View Post
    I know...I know...

    While the rest of the family is taking an afternoon snooze, I logged in to see that he hadn't responded...

    So, you know, feeling guilty and concerned that it came across in an un-funny way...yep...added the faces.

    ***

    Then again, maybe that's not such a bright idea --- I've never really considered having a *roommate* named "Bubba" to be a smart move.

    ***

    What's funny is that I had to get married to really know what *guilt* felt like. Man, the hoops that woman can get me to jump through...and by not saying a damned word!

    Why, I'd like to bottle *that* up, open a 'store' in Mississippi, and go public with it

    I'd start with a "Nevada Corporation"...

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    nothing gets by you, does it Bill ;>)
    Did I spell Republican wrong?

    Hey Ramsey,

    "Simple Man" ..... Classic

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    Nothin' more fun than being trapped at work at 11:59 pm on a sat nite.... lol
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    Ok, it's a couple mins to 5 am... time for me to quit working, go home... you guys have a good day, need some sleep.
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    You guys still have EVFL sells in the queue? after MGLG, I'm thinking it's time to set one up at 0.0002 and let it go.
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    Any of you use portfolio trading record keeping software? either online or for the mac? I could spend a lot of time programming the crap... but easier to buy... looking for something that tracks performance, like the output of backtesting...

    ie. win/loss ratio, sharpe ratio, cumulative returns, etc. something to keep me on track. I think I found one standalone.. will give it a shot.. amazing how there is tons of stuff to look at the stock perfomance of your portfolio, but not your performance. I found one online, but it's too mickey mouse, and looks like its for stocks long only.

    I'm starting to get serious, lol.
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    Should be in bed... was looking to see if we had straight across the board candlestick sell signals over at the bulls...

    Pretty ugly... http://www.americanbulls.com/weekly/Indices.asp

    I found something pretty interesting while doing it... I was looking at a SIRI chart, not too deeply, but I wasn't liking it... so I decided to see what the call on the candles were on that...

    http://www.americanbulls.com/weekly/...ker=NASD&TYP=S

    Check the 2 year record on the right... not too shabby for using candlesticks only... lol. Max drawdown of 16% on the original investment. Up 500%. Not bad at all.
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    Dave--
    If you like looking at the two-year records on American Bulls...then check out SRSR sometime (Sarissa Resources). Insane what flipping that stock has produced in two years.

    Ramsey--

    Simple Man is a great song that has been pecking at my brain lately, too. I'd love to simplify it all down. I see *so* many people (tenants in our apartment buildings we own) who are happy as clams, working low-paying jobs and living within their means these days.
    We have one tenant who has lived in our building for 30 years. Since 1979. He is a meter-maid, makes about $8 per hour, rides his bike to work every day. Always happy.

    My family does live below their means...but our means are very complicated and full of "stuff".

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