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I can now understand why you feel compelled to bash our trading because we had a loss. It is understandable, considering that for us to be any good, we should have no losses…ever. How can I deny that we take small losses? I cannot. You got me there. We hope to someday have 100% wins like you and Ray Auxiliary. But right now, we have to settle with a few small losses within our many, many wins. While we are on this discussion, would you be so kind as to share with this newsgroup how you manage to trade without any losses whatsoever?
We wait with baited breath. Then why did your system tell your members to go long. It is all very well for you to blow smoke here, but you are causing your members to lose money. It also seems like you are providing trading advice, you lack the qualifications and the registrations to do this.I have question regarding to feeder cattle. to go long at this market should we place buy in at the close of Thursday hi which is 7117? Also this morning i place to buy at 7090 did not get hit is it too late to try to get on board? thanks The high was 7117, so the buy stop would be placed at 7120 or 7122. Since you did not choose the route of using the stop in technique, you will now have to chase the market if you want in. Is it too late?
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Ignoring a homeless person asking for money.
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Trying to peek at breast-feeding womens nipple.
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Burning ants with magnifying glass.
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