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Author:  boveele [ Fri Mar 27, 2009 2:30 am ]
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If you were in-charge and you needed something to get resolved, or working. Would you also, pick yourself for the task? Unless you had another person in mind...

redgatortrv wrote:
Dunno when we'll get back on The Adventure. My day job has gone positively toxic. I was just put in charge of the most important project the company is working on today. Which can only mean something is deperately wrong...

Author:  kocmodpom [ Sat Mar 28, 2009 2:08 am ]
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Boveele:

Q. What does anything you post have to do with RV?
A. Nothing.

Try to be more RV useful. Please.

9/94 posts contributing to RV development outside of a "me too" or "I agree with..." Seriously, you are capable. You have posted sessions or participated in projects with sessions. Get back on the horse.

Author:  boveele [ Sat Mar 28, 2009 3:11 am ]
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Good point.

And ... I agree.

Author:  Bescot [ Mon Jul 20, 2009 12:49 am ]
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kocmodpom wrote:
Don't feel bad, we missed twice today on some irrefutable sketches. Perhaps the matrix is having a bad hair day or couple of days because our sessions where run about the same time yours were for the Monday session....


What are the experts opinions of why these trades went wrong please?

Author:  redgatortrv [ Fri Mar 26, 2010 4:11 am ]
Post subject:  Re: The Great Red Gator Futures Trading Adventure

To all of you who've asked: yes, the adventure shall continue. But I've been under water for a long, long time, and must breathe more than a bit of the fresh before I am ready to resume...

Darling Wife has to stop asking me what my first name is first.

But a new bubble is forming, and the Plunge Protection Committee aka President's Working Group on Financial Markets is hard at work making things stable...

And leverage traders really, really hate stable...

Author:  kocmodpom [ Fri Mar 26, 2010 9:00 pm ]
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Quote:
And leverage traders really, really hate stable...


Agreed. The one particular area in life where I love chaos, fear, and tumult are the futures markets. Days like 3/24 make only the high frequency algorithmic traders money.

Author:  redgatortrv [ Sun Apr 29, 2012 7:15 pm ]
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I'm slowly coming up for air (only way a Gator operates), and I finally re-posted my images using a new Photobucket account to replace the webpage my ISP no longer supports.

I hope that some people will benefit from the posting, in spite of the age...

Author:  redgatortrv [ Sun May 25, 2014 8:22 pm ]
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Darn... I see that my pictures have disappeared again. I'll have to go find them and get them re-posted.

For the folks who've sent me some e-mail with regard to the mechanics of trading the financial markets, I posted my first article on the blog in the .signature. This is just a preview... much more stuff to come...

Update - pictures are posting again... looks like Photobucket gets bored with you if you don't fondle it regularly...

Author:  redgatortrv [ Sat May 12, 2018 1:54 pm ]
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redgatortrv wrote:
Dunno when we'll get back on The Adventure. My day job has gone positively toxic. I was just put in charge of the most important project the company is working on today. Which can only mean something is deperately wrong...


March 25, 2009? Really? Nine years ago?

The follow-up is that we are on the third instance of that project and the results have been quite good. No RV involved, just some really kuel technology. Customer only wants more. Still takes a lot of time and a whole lotta brain, and my clock only goes around twice like everybody else'.

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