Friday, February 13
Waited around for old ADIC to give me a spot, but it didn't, so I'm taking off. Have a good long weekend; I'll see you next week.
Posted at 5:03 PM, GMT
Even if you wanted to short TASR, you probably couldn't find shares to borrow.
Posted at 4:18 PM, GMT
There are a bunch of cheapies that are crumbling, but not many above $5 that are giving me a spot.
Posted at 3:46 PM, GMT
Clearly the short side is the right place, it's just a matter of finding an unusual suspect and a low risk spot.
Posted at 3:37 PM, GMT
I see sellers... looking short now.
Posted at 3:27 PM, GMT
Top 100 Speeches -- lots of them in mp3 format. Anyone know who wrote Reagan's "slipped the surly bonds of earth to touch the face of God" speech?
Posted at 3:25 PM, GMT
Tone looks a little mixed... not sure which side to play so looking at both.
Posted at 3:16 PM, GMT
Eyes on CHINA, DELL, IMCL, NVDA, RMBS, SIRI, TASR....
Posted at 1:59 PM, GMT
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Pepsico (PEP), Daily Chart
Posted at 9:23 AM, GMT
Day trading is a fun and (for a select few) very profitable diversion, but the really big money -- the obscene money -- is made by riding long-term trends.
British Pound futures (BP), Weekly Chart
Looking at the quarterly chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, I recall the words of the great televangelist Jimmy Swaggart: "God bless the New-nited States of America."
Dow Jones Industrial Average, Quarterly Chart
Posted at 9:15 AM, GMT
Jim Griffin explains Tarzan economics and the benefits of flat-fee access.
"We'll give a 41-year old pub-owner a license to play music for people drinking liquor, and he'll never have to negotiate for a song again. We deny that license to a 14 year old."
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Posted at 7:50 AM, GMT
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