Start Date: 03/06/08Start Price: $3.37Call: OutperformTime Frame: 3MGain/Loss: +10.68%S&P Gain/Loss: +0.52%Score: +10.16End Date: 3/31/08 @ $3.73Start Date: 11/28/07Start Price: $3.64Call: OutperformTime Frame: 1YGain/Loss: -2.75%S&P Gain/Loss: -11.01%Score: +8.26End Date: 1/22/08 @ $3.54Start Date: 03/05/07Start Price: $3.63Call: OutperformTime Frame: 1YGain/Loss: +12.95%S&P Gain/Loss: +11.84%Score: +1.11End Date: Mine were all done with real money, all posted in CAPS.The one I jsut bought was on a standing limit order and the price only lasted a couple trade before it went up 3% from 3.26 to 3.37. By the time I found out about it, it was too late to post in CAPS. I have also had a few other trades that did not make it into CAPS, all based on chicken entrails, all profitable, but we shall ignore those since I have no evidence.Not saying that fundies don't work in the long term, but if you find a stock with good fundies or a cash position that sets a downside limit, why not play the technicals for multiple round trip gains. Especially in a tax protected account with no short term gain issues.PuddinHead.
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