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Simple guy, that's me that writes those snippets for borking.com.

It's easy, here's how we close a day like today.

 

A little bit of profit-taking today and who could blame the Bulls who have made fantastic profits over the last few weeks. All signs are that the economy is getting better and that the improvement is accelerating to the upside. The vast majority of well-respected economists tend to agree that the worst is now over. With the Federal Reserve backing up the markets and our legislators working hard to provide tax relief and investment incentives, the future of the stock market looks very bright indeed. There is still some lingering concern about the possibility of a war. However, we have been assured that war costing somewhere between $100 billion and $200 billion will be easily absorbed by our robust economy. With inflation well in check and Alan Greenspan at the helm Americans are beginning to restore their faith in Wall Street.

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a team that's gone through alot of Preparation H and will eventually be rewarded, hopefully soon.

 

Let us not forget not to get too cocky next time, especially around

 

March 13, 2003

March 13, 2003

March 13, 2003

March 13, 2003

March 13, 2003

 

http://www.amanita.at/e/faq/e-bradley.htm

That would go concur with doc.

The leader of the pack says since a long time that in feb/march 2003 a major low and tradeable upmove is very likely. :)

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fxfox, I forgot about that, that Doc called that 2003 low too based on Hurst.

 

My philosophy is it's OK to make a mistake as long as afterwards you sit your silly ass down and review your mistakes (lessons learned) before rushing off and making the same damn one over again. GF, you listening :lol:

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Got this note from Grot re Graphics. Thaks grot!

 

Doc,I'm not sure if someone already answered this question but if individuals are saving the files with 32 or 24 bit color, the files will be larger than needed. Most graphic files will look fine with only 256 colors - the charts would probably be ok with just 16 colors. Just a suggestion to pass on.Later, Grot

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