Thursday, October 2, 2008

You WILL LOSE RESPECT FROM ME:

IF you mention "Tradeable Bottom" again.

Those are meaningless.

Do you want to go LONG into Mad Max praying for a grinding up bull market that suddenly appears because people like bankrupt nation all of a sudden?

Do you say you know when to get off and on every 5% up and down perfectly for 20 years like in Japan? Assuming I was wrong about the riots and this becomes Japan because the Martians would like to carry trade with us?

This is the same bullshit that leads to other meaningless words such as "Ownership Society".

I will consider you a big fat GAY if you say that.

The only words that can be said here is "ALL IN SHORT". Don't be a pussy.

10 comments:

ARAK said...

Hey Spy,

I'll trade my worthless puts for a sexy Brazilian female bottom. Got any pointers on how to chase them down in the country rather than go all the way to Brazil?

MTGSPY said...

Just go to south Boston?

ARAK said...

The only pussy who is all in short is GA's VP candidate ;-)

ARAK said...

South Boston or Framingham? Seems hard to snare brazilians here unlike in Sao Paulo.

gtt said...

Tons of Brazilians here in San Diego my friend, just run around and scoop them up once you are one of the few remaining with money. Little Brazilian joint in Pt. Loma, you'll be swimming in hotties weekend nights.

ARAK said...

San Diego is one place I'd love to live in ... too bad it was so expensive. 2010 might be a good chance

stockfarmer said...

I'm ballz deep in shorts and puts. About 70% in...

JReality said...

We COULD see a waterfall ahead due to MANY traders expecting a bounce. Nevertheless, I prefer to get seriously short when the market is acting overBOUGHT, not oversold.

If I were to go long (which I have not done yet) it would only be with a small percentage of my trading account, and with a tight stop.

MTGSPY said...

The housing market has gone sooooo bad everytime some disastrous number shows up like Case shiller or whatever the market just simply could not react. Yet it still has 20-30% to go, but then again I do see the seeds of unrest being sown everywhere with these layoffs. Maybe hooverville is not that far out from here.

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