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#241 jraabe


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Posted 03 February 2003 - 02:53 AM

SEH and others:

Here is a link to the latest Zoran S&P 500 chart (2/2/03)

S&P-500-index-Elliott-Wave-short-term-view-2 Feb-2003.pdf

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Posted 03 February 2003 - 05:50 AM

Don't laugh.  I've got a 415, a 420, a 425, a 440 and a 450.  Bought between 3 and 8 trading days ago.  I sold my 460 and 470 for a nice profit.   Before you chew my head off, I'm way up and playing with house money-Simple Guy and Doc and everyone here have been very very good to me  :lol: )

I just don't know where to put the stops.  The bid ask spread is massive on the options (sometimes $3-400), and I hate having to buy back in.  TE- where do YOU put the stops on your options?

hey skidd, i too trade out of the money index puts, and the stop question has always bothered me, since size of the spread and the illiquidity makes advantageous exit & reentry extremely difficult if not totally out of the question. because of that, and knowing that MMs have visibility into the orders, i use mental stops & targets. wave analysis of underlying, esp doc's anals, is extremely helpful. so is a heavy dose of intuition. general rule of thumb is that unless the larger trend seems about to be violated OR time decay is a looming issue, i stay put.....so to speak. :D less stress, less commissions.

prtzl, thanks on that info. damn, you can't NOT learn something here every day.
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Quite right. Interesting. That was quicker than the others.


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Posted 03 February 2003 - 09:00 AM

Having said that I just about chocked when I checked these guys out: http://www.thestockm...ell_signals.htm
they have an excellent track record and I'm VERY curious as to what they see that the team of Simple Guy, End, Piles, Brian 4, and Windy don't.

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