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All in all out vs. scaling in and out
Started:July 20th, 2009 (07:01 AM) by caprica Views / Replies:22,319 / 130
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All in all out vs. scaling in and out

Old December 27th, 2015, 01:10 AM   #131 (permalink)
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I apologize about the lengthy rebuttals statement and about what people have to prove on this forum. I didn't want this debate to get out of sorts and am sorry it turned out that way. I understand there are people who are profitable with all in all out but it's probably on the range of 1.618% or less, those that were lucky. The thanking my own posts thread was just a joke and not of relevance here.

And by the way PeakGrowth Happy holidays, I still love ya my brotha

I apologise for making those remarks as well especially in regards to paper bags, it was out of line.

Anyhow, I think in regards to this topic whatever works for you is what's best for you.

Happy holiday to you too and love you too!

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