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Thread: SIRI Weekly Thread 9/2/2013 - 9/8/2013, Dawn of the Dead

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    SIRI Weekly Thread 9/2/2013 - 9/8/2013, Dawn of the Dead

    So is the market go to die a slow death by a millions pricks, or will it revive from it's Zombie state it's been in the last few weeks? Let's get some fresh perspectives on the market…..

    For any of those that are interested, I finally got my first article published on Seeking Alpha! The article is for DDD, check it out!

    My first SA article

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    I think we'd go down before we go up, but probably some more waffling along the way. We've got the debt ceiling talks heating up again, Fed slowing their buying, interest rates creeping up, among other issues. Syria will probably cause some jitters but probably not as big of an impact as the other three.

    Congrats on the SA article. Exciting times ahead for 3D printing.

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    Microsoft to Buy Nokia’s Devices Unit for $7.2 Billion

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-09-03/microsoft-to-buy-nokia-s-devices-business-for-5-44-billion-euros.html
    Stock Chat Room ---> http://us12.chatzy.com/66899682019021 :money:

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    The first thing catching my eye as I reviewed my watch list this morning was the huge spike in NOK......... thanks to Midas, I now know why............ and I think I'll cry at the recent memory of dumping NOK as it was dipping to my point of last entry.

    Next, to Bassman let me add to the KUDOs regarding your first article published at SA. Nice article, (and clever linkage to your own web site )Most of all however, I'll say again that I am real happy to have listened to your many recent comments and analysis on DDD, and proud to be invested at this time when it appears on it's way to new highs.

    I decided after our family cookout yesterday to delve back into the Elliott Wave book, starting again at the earliest discussion n the wave formations in hopes of grasping and retaining that all-important initial stepping stone of understanding. Unfortunately, the holiday celebrations and grub put a quick end to my attention span and visibility........ will have to give it a go again at another time. Good luck to all today. Looks like futures are up in pre market. Hope that is a positive omen.

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    Anybody know when car numbers come out?
    Suck Eggs Shorty!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redcloud View Post
    Anybody know when car numbers come out?
    Morning All

    Auto #s are out tomorrow RC. Hope THEDOG reacts positively.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/markets/economic-calendar/

    Congrats on the article BassMan....hopefully the first of many on SA


    GLTA

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    Well, at what I considered a critical point in a lot of the indices charts, the market seems to have tipped its hand at the next move. Remember my analysis of the Nasdaq? Watch to make sure the market is not throwing us a head fake though with today's positive action. Volume should hopefully be increasing in the indices as they begin moving up their respective charts. Your stock, whatever it may be, should be following suit. This next leg up won't be bringing all stocks, so you want to make sure yours has some good fundamentals…..or just gets bought up for a premium….congrats NOK holders! (that includes myself)

    Switchflare, while we do have an up day today, I also expect more volatility over the short term. The market does not make it easy to make money as they play with your emotions….
    Last edited by Limit5Bass; 09-03-2013 at 12:52 PM.

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    siriusly_invested is online now
    I sure wish I could play with a little reckless abandon (i.e. willingness to have stayed in NOK until now), but according to the life expectancy tables, I don't feel comfy with what time remains for me to make up for any significant takedowns in my portfolio. I envy and respect you youngsters who can afford to take that risk. KUDOs on your gains.

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    SLY, I do not consider relying on my technical analysis for an entry into this stock "playing with reckless abandon"…..just sayin….

    EDIT: And kudos to USA, who brought this fabulous trade to the table in our daily chat several weeks ago! This beer is for you USA!!
    Quote Originally Posted by siriusly_invested View Post
    I sure wish I could play with a little reckless abandon (i.e. willingness to have stayed in NOK until now), but according to the life expectancy tables, I don't feel comfy with what time remains for me to make up for any significant takedowns in my portfolio. I envy and respect you youngsters who can afford to take that risk. KUDOs on your gains.
    Last edited by Limit5Bass; 09-03-2013 at 03:23 PM.

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    siriusly_invested is online now
    Oh Geez, that didn't come out right. Bass, my apologies if you took it wrong. I got in NOK at 3.25 and out at 4.25, so I played it safe and took what I could. From that point I didn't look for a re-entry, thinking it just didn't feel right and for me to jump in with visions of hitting a good profit above the $5 mark was simply not a risk I wanted to take. So, in spite of all the guidance, and my own ability to read the tea leaves, my feeble explanation was that such a move to me was a gesture of reckless abandon...........Put in perspective with my earlier post, I chose to take conservative profits when presented to me, feeling that to reach out at a higher level put me in a risk position I'd rather not be in.

    Again, I certainly meant no offense to your TA analysis, Bass. This was intended strictly as a reflection on my fear of being able to recover if something went wrong.



    Quote Originally Posted by Limit5Bass View Post
    SLY, I do not consider relying on my technical analysis for an entry into this stock "playing with reckless abandon"…..just sayin….

    EDIT: And kudos to USA, who brought this fabulous trade to the table in our daily chat several weeks ago! This beer is for you USA!!

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