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Re: Getting Started in the Stock Market

Postby Metroid » Wed May 12, 2010 12:35 pm

Jimboozie wrote:Was just gonna say how it's ironic what ur dad taught u, cuz ur mom taught me how to stick her good. :-D

Any chance ur learning about the stock market in school? :-b

Good one, you haven't changed much. You still into doods? :-D

Nah not learning about the stock market. I'm taking statistics this summer, maybe there will be something in there.
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Re: Getting Started in the Stock Market

Postby Jimboozie » Wed May 12, 2010 12:49 pm

Metroid wrote:
Jimboozie wrote:Was just gonna say how it's ironic what ur dad taught u, cuz ur mom taught me how to stick her good. :-D

Any chance ur learning about the stock market in school? :-b

Good one, you haven't changed much. You still into doods? :-D

Nah not learning about the stock market. I'm taking statistics this summer, maybe there will be something in there.


Nah man, no more doods for now, my gag reflex is acting up. %-6

You should implement some statistical analysis on your posts - i'm thinking at least 90% of them are goofy as hell. :-b
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Re: Getting Started in the Stock Market

Postby Metroid » Wed May 12, 2010 1:03 pm

Jimboozie wrote:
Metroid wrote:
Jimboozie wrote:Was just gonna say how it's ironic what ur dad taught u, cuz ur mom taught me how to stick her good. :-D

Any chance ur learning about the stock market in school? :-b

Good one, you haven't changed much. You still into doods? :-D

Nah not learning about the stock market. I'm taking statistics this summer, maybe there will be something in there.


Nah man, no more doods for now, my gag reflex is acting up. %-6

You should implement some statistical analysis on your posts - i'm thinking at least 90% of them are goofy as hell. :-b

Statistically speaking, I'm thinking you are 100% correct. :-b
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Re: Getting Started in the Stock Market

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Re: Getting Started in the Stock Market

Postby Curtis Pride » Wed May 12, 2010 1:41 pm

if you really want to play, BP is looking like a good trade right now. It's lost about $35 billion in the last couple weeks. Yet the price of the cleanup (which won't cost them $35 billion) is already baked into the price. It's just some negative headline risk you need to worry about - and even that will be mitigated when they rebrand and change their names, like companies always do when this type of thing happens.

Was over $60 two weeks ago, now as of 12:41 PM, it's at 48.29.
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Re: Getting Started in the Stock Market

Postby Jimboozie » Wed May 12, 2010 8:37 pm

Snakes Gould wrote:
Jimboozie wrote:Try poker staking, snakes gould. It's pretty profitable (I'm lazy with it, yet still netted 15% return last year), has way less variance than sports betting, and doesn't require the long-term commitment that stock trading does. There is a bit of a learning curve, but it's not that hard. Pm me for more info.


i actually play quite a bit of poker myself. i know all about staking. ;-D


Nice. There's a few online staking sites around, I stake and play backed at parttimepoker.com

Worth checking out if you interested in staking more and/or playing backed, they're by far the biggest and best one around.
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