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Monday, March 5, 2012

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    1. I don't like this threading format as much as the linear.

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  2. How many times must one lose money shorting before they learn their lesson? Play the safer less volatile dollar long trade instead.

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  3. Hi!

    First time that Nasdaq is going below 2635 in weeks! Maybe we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, SF, what do you think?

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  4. Just sold the 5 GLD $165 Weekly Puts at $1.12 (I bought at $1.03 last Friday) with very little profits. Shorting is not easy for sure.

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  5. I have to say that the European markets are holding pretty well by comparison....

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  6. I called a top in apple 2 weeks ago at approx 520. My system isn't perfect and that call was clearly early (it happens a certain % of the time cause the metrics I use are somewhat subjective).

    The top was today, in my opinion, however.
    It is rare that a 2nd call is wrong, but to each their own. Just saying for what it is worth.

    (I'm not shorting cause I find it hard to make money shorting. But I'd sell 100% if I was long. Of course I would already be out from my earlier call.)

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  7. If apple peaked, then (as the market darling) the overall market might have also. Which would mean vix heading higher and, I guess, dollar. Which would also mean metal weakness as well.

    So I guess things have all lined up pretty well.

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  8. LOVE the new commenting blank on the same page as original (and once you comment the post shows up and you don't have to scroll.)

    Way to go gary/gurvir! See...I KNEW you could do it.
    :-)

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  9. I'd rather stand aside than short. The broad equity trend is still up, and even the swing trend is still intact for now. Pullbacks are normal in trends. If we make a "lower low" on the $SPX, then I'll consider a short hedge, but until then I'll look at the dips as potential swing long entries.

    =^.^=

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