10/01/2009

Crude Oil Moves

You tell me how I did.

2 Minute Crude Oil Charts

9 comments:

daytrader233 said...

Oooh! I love these brain-teasers.

No clue. B/E?

Solfest said...

No Clue!! Come on.

I mean each idividual trade, target, be, or stop out.

Fine here it is, target, full stop, target, full stop, (switch to sim) full stop.

The second target trade hit my stop in the DOM but didn't fill (sometimes things do go our way), it then took forever to get to target, but it did.

daytrader233 said...

Oooooh! +4R
Nice job Sol, you old banker you!
:-)

Solfest said...

This will be it for posting for a while. I am going to take a break from the blog, probably for the rest of October.

I want to focus hard on my trading this month and try not to think of anything else during the day.

I will monitor for comments and continue my "daily read".

I'm sure I will get back to posting again in November.

Peace.

Solfest said...

Thanks DT, I'm no longer a banker but I'm still old.

I guess that can't be fixed.

Although I hear 40 is the new 30, and 50 is the new 40.

I think Oprah said that so it must be true.

longandwrong said...

"Forty is the old age of youth, fifty is the youth of old age" - Victor Hugo

Enjoy the blogging break, at this rate you should be +80R by the end of the month!

Solfest said...

Thanks LW, however there is always that rather unfortunate return to mean.

longandwrong said...

If you've reverted to mean then at least you have your PM to cheer you up...

http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/damianthompson/100012405/canadian-prime-minister-stephen-harper-sings-the-beatles/

... and I thought the UK was in trouble :-)

Solfest said...

Hey I thought he was pretty good. For a politician that is. His party’s approval rating sky rocketed after that performance. It was very much out of his public persona to do something like that and I think people were shocked, but really liked it.