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Saw this on twitter about the recent winter storm off the east coast...

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Believe.

https://futures.io/attachments/199823

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That's probably the best fib application I have ever seen.

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Well, hi guys! I just have developed a distaste for the stock market as well. There are people who demonstrate how the stock market is really rigged. For example - Eric Hunsader is one of them: he keeps publishing data on Twitter on how HFT firms can frontrun pretty much anything they want and their advantage compared to retail traders.

Finding an alibi for one's losses is the easiest thing in the world.

What would happen if we reversed it:

Find alibi for one's success and take responsibility for failure?

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@srgtroy

Saw this on twitter about the recent winter storm off the east coast...

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If you are into that stuff...

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Well, hi guys! I just have developed a distaste for the stock market as well. There are people who demonstrate how the stock market is really rigged. For example - Eric Hunsader is one of them: he keeps publishing data on Twitter on how HFT firms can frontrun pretty much anything they want and their advantage compared to retail traders.

This is a thread about fibonacci relationships. How does this post have something to do with fibs?

Just asking.

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This is a thread about fibonacci relationships. How does this post have something to do with fibs?

Just asking.

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It's a good question bob. That is actually a post of mine that Marc has copied and pasted in this thread. I've just asked him in another thread why he apparently copies excerpts from people's posts? (unless it's a robot)

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It's a good question bob. That is actually a post of mine that Marc has copied and pasted in this thread. I've just asked him in another thread why he apparently copies excerpts from people's posts? (unless it's a robot)

This is highly weird.

I just saw where you confronted him on this in the other thread: https://futures.io/psychology-money-management/38168-definitive-guide-mastering-...ouglas-5.html#post554905

This is definitely a new form of junk posting, and not helpful to anyone.

If the posts someone makes are not their own, but are copies of someone else's, the forum is just being abused, and pointlessly, too.

Bob.

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Hi guys,

Make sure to report these posts (I will too). I'm sure Mike or Sam will be able to track down and eliminate this vile scum.

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Hi guys,

Make sure to report these posts (I will too). I'm sure Mike or Sam will be able to track down and eliminate this vile scum.

I did in fact just report them. It's a good idea for others to do so too.

This kind of stuff is no good at all, and just trashes up the environment.

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Hi guys,

Make sure to report these posts (I will too). I'm sure Mike or Sam will be able to track down and eliminate this vile scum.


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I did in fact just report them. It's a good idea for others to do so too.

This kind of stuff is no good at all, and just trashes up the environment.

Bob.

Sure, but the reason I asked him the question is I wanted to give him an opportunity to explain. There may be a reason we're not aware of. Valid or not, regardless.

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