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Take me back to where I was.
  • Date: 1/26/15 11:24 AM
  • Number: 80
  • Recommendations: 0
FYI, I find this article from the Economist is an all-time classic

OK, between
  • Date: 1/24/15 4:39 PM
  • Number: 6850
  • Recommendations: 3
I'm a believer and will commit to always using limit orders from now on.

Ahhh . . . another impressionable young mind swayed by peer pressure; a reed swayed by each passing zephyr . . . .

I am made of sterner
  • Date: 1/21/15 10:39 PM
  • Number: 7992
  • Recommendations: 19
An interesting article, one ADrumlinDaisy could riff on, perhaps...

I fear that I am really wasting my time with this post – that no one in his or her right mind will actually read it. But I feel that it is my duty -- sort of a
  • Date: 1/19/15 5:00 PM
  • Number: 6571
  • Recommendations: 2
Is it time to put on long-term bullish trades on oil/energy?

  • Date: 1/15/15 4:18 PM
  • Number: 6749
  • Recommendations: 23
. . . thinking that the stock will recover to at least $48 in 2 years . . . I feel dumb that I bought based on historic stock price, not valuation (I have yet to develop skills there). I don't know what the real value is . . . . What would you
  • Date: 1/15/15 12:27 PM
  • Number: 3298
  • Recommendations: 2
broccoli, celery, button mushroom, and onion stir fry accompanied by a shitake, tofu, and garlic miso soup, with kelp

Hi Lon,

Since you provide so much helpful input on these boards, I thought I would pass on something that
  • Date: 1/13/15 7:27 PM
  • Number: 17906
  • Recommendations: 19
Which of our Pro stocks are the safest / riskiest?

Billy gave you a thoughtful, careful, intelligent answer assessing risk in the context of a portfolio that mirrors the Pro portfolio (and it is hard to evaluate risk without (i) a
  • Date: 1/12/15 11:54 AM
  • Number: 1911
  • Recommendations: 11
If I wanted to read useless blather I would go to Yahoo's board.....but now I can do it here.

“Useless blather” is a bit harsh – I would prefer “pointless drivel” or even “meaningless tripe,” but in any case you are probably right.
  • Date: 1/12/15 8:35 AM
  • Number: 17883
  • Recommendations: 0
oops, I see it now -- Torlon! Never mind!
  • Date: 1/12/15 8:32 AM
  • Number: 17882
  • Recommendations: 0
In case anyone else was wondering...

I am a true admirer of non-linear thinking and also enjoy off topic posts a great
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