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    Ever notice that when it comes to politicians, when it comes to committing other people's children, many of the biggest war hawks are those who never served in the military?





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    Looking forward to "Gator Day" this year with Tebow playing for the Pats and all.



    Dumbest idea EVER




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    Quote Originally Posted by fishfanmiami View Post
    Mad respect for the cow doing the humping. He chased after his conquest after the accident. Perseverance.

    Well played bovine, well played.
    "I'm not here to be a distraction," Pouncey said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spesh View Post
    Mad respect for the cow doing the humping. He chased after his conquest after the accident. Perseverance.

    Well played bovine, well played.
    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally" ~ W.C. Fields

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    Hmmm, wonder why Bloomberg TV is pimping Chipolte all day something's up! No doubt all the props will result in a Kramer-like retail goose-up so long as the market continues in that direction....before the institutional money takes profit and it retraces. It's an expensive stock right now at a 50 wk high.... At that point, it's worth monitoring me thinks maybe to grab some calls




    In other news, another nail in the coffin of brick and mortar book shops: The Barnes & Noble CEO brught in to lead them into the electronic marketplace (beyond the Nook) has just resigned. Yet the stock is up over 5% with about 60% more volume than average, so go know
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    i used to watch Cramer religiously but the only people that make money on his picks were a few after hours traders who jumped in and rode the next days follow up bounce to bail with a profit by midday.
    i did well after the Bush 2008 crash but it was easy pickings back then. Now it's tough and better left to the professionals like yourself

    I do still love looking at charts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fishfanmiami View Post
    i used to watch Cramer religiously but the only people that make money on his picks were a few after hours traders who jumped in and rode the next days follow up bounce to bail with a profit by midday.
    i did well after the Bush 2008 crash but it was easy pickings back then. Now it's tough and better left to the professionals like yourself

    I do still love looking at charts.
    I'm far from a professional (just try to jump on their big bloc trend actions)..There's a whole universe of traders who "fade" Cramer picks... If he recommends "buy" it's usually the last retail segment who jump in in a temporary zeal while the insiders and large block traders are putting in short orders a few ticks below the nearest confirmed support level (espec if it was a recently breached Resistance level that held up for awhile) Of course there are many extenuating circumstances like overall market sentiment,.. but I LOL'd at this (yeah, this isn't my only forum).. and although there are also a lot of PITAs, there are some heavy duty professionals at ET and you can sometimes pick up some good ideas. If you're interested I subscribe to a bunch of daily alerts and nwsletters, I can share with you too. .. although I don't do too much in stocks.. mostly trade the algorithmic signals of index and currency futures for various reasons including liquidity, minimiz of risk (well not always) and absense of manipulative market makers who love to take out common stop levels.

    ]Did Jim Cramer actually just totally nail a market direction prediction????
    This makes no sense at all. Today must be bizzaro day.

    http://elitetrader.com/vb/showthread...er#post3828065
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