Never knew this series was out,
Although some of the people are corny,
It does give a lot of different perspectives from "wallstreeters",
I think a lot of their opinions contradict one another because their jobs are different,
but altogether it's an entertaining watch
Last edited by Itchymoku; September 1st, 2012 at 10:47 PM.
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I just did and it was an amazing read! It also reinforced my believe in my trading method. I did not know I had some sort of floor trader mentality. Not the one where you know where the stops are but in a way of always thinking what is behind each and every market move, who is buying, who is selling, why are they doing this.
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both a blessing and a curse. Especially true for the guys that can not adopt a trading personality and a rest of life personality. I evaluate everything from a cba perspective and look at risk reward...I also count my steps and look for fib patterns in everything from ceiling tiles to flower beds.
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comparing the intraday price movement of the T-Bonds before electronic trading came with today, how would you say it changed?
Did it change at all?
Also, can someone explain me the limit down/up thing. If the market reached that point, the trading would stop completely for the day or could you still buy/sell for that price? T-bond dont have limits today as far as i know right?