Greece is 11 million people and just 2% of Euro Zone GDP. Bail it out already or Let It Go. We’ve all had enough.
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) February 6, 2015
On this day in 1911 the invisible hand of the free market lowered baby Ronald Reagan into a red, white and blue manger in Tampico, IL.
— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) February 6, 2015
7 Deadly Social Media Sins: Wrath = Yelp Greed = LinkedIn Sloth = Uber Pride = Twitter Lust = Tinder Envy = Facebook Gluttony = Instagram
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) February 5, 2015
“The market is better at predicting the news than the news is at predicting the market” – Gerald Loeb
— ivanhoff (@ivanhoff) February 6, 2015
My stop is where the trend is invalidated for my timeframe. Where's yours?
— Jon Boorman, CMT (@JBoorman) February 4, 2015
If this Radio Shack news caught you off guard, you clearly have no regard for Elliot Wave analysis.
— Irrelevant Investor (@michaelbatnick) February 5, 2015
Most of Twitter is Captain Ambiguous or Captain Obvious, the 5% thats left actually make trades and 1% of those post entries and exits
— UPBOptionMil (@UPBOptionMil) February 5, 2015
Greece not intimidated by EU when you have a situation as bad as they do u have nothing to lose..So threat is meaningless grandstanding
— DK1 (@canuck2usa) February 4, 2015
Coach Belicheck: "The score is not important, focus on the process." Half time speech to players at Superbowl. True for trading.
— Peter Brandt (@PeterLBrandt) February 4, 2015
Averaging Down is buying more simply to reduce your overall cost basis. Scaling is knowing you won't get the best price the first time.
— Mike Valletutti, CTA (@marketmodel) February 3, 2015
The only people who say trades can't be timed are those who want to make an excuse for their own lack of timing prowess.
— Mark Minervini (@markminervini) February 3, 2015
SHAK getting dangerously undervalued at under 100x EBITDA
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) February 2, 2015
Keeping it real…. pic.twitter.com/xVT7kneSTi
— Northy (@NorthmanTrader) February 1, 2015