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    Quote Originally Posted by RL
    Hey Webs how about a dart contest.

    A dart contest would be cool...It would be interesting to see what would happen. January would be a good time to start something like this. That way we could get the holidays out of the way.

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    If it weren't for the high seas and the cold air, I'd be out in the Gulf catching a monster grouper, but instead I'm here on my computer contemplating my next big stock purchase.

    Here's my possible buy list for Monday so far - NFLX, GES, DPZ, OFG, SIRI, XMSR, LOJN, NUTR
    More may added by tomorrow.


    Something is happening with FONR. I've kept an eye on them for a while. They produce stand up MRI units. could end up being a good one.


    I'll be ice skating this afternoon, so if y'all don't hear from me for a few days it means I broke my leg.

    Webs...

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    Webs, I have to warn you about getting into a dart throwing contest with RL. Did you ever see the movie "The Hustler" with Jackie Gleason and Paul Newman? RL's dart hit TASR in late February which won him the first annual March Madness stock picking tournament. I think it was about Oct. 1st of this year he hit JOBS which has gone up about 25 points since . I'm monitoring his picks so watch out when he pops in and says "Hey fellas, How about a freindly game of darts?" I have a secret weapon since he in a lapse of judgement sent me one of his dull darts which honed to surgical sharpness has served me well these last 60 days or so.
    billyjoe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Websman
    I'll be ice skating this afternoon, so if y'all don't hear from me for a few days it means I broke my leg.

    Webs...
    My leg is fine and I skated well...

    I'm now thinking real hard about joining the Sirian nation again...Go SIRI

    Webs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Websman
    My leg is fine and I skated well...
    Glad to hear it! Being heathy is something too many people take for granted until it's too late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiesen
    Glad to hear it! Being heathy is something too many people take for granted until it's too late.
    You're absolutely right. I ripped about half the ligaments apart in my knee, when I was younger and I'm still paying the price for that one. My parents told me to take it easy on that dirt bike...lol

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    Hi Webs, I am trying to understand your reasoning and/or strategy on SIRI.
    First you say you will hold until $200/sh., then you sell all of your shares on the way down (my est. is @$7-7.05/sh.) and now you want to buy it back on the way up??? Are you on drugs?? LOL.

    Regards, Norm
    p.s. Did you hit your head when you fell off your dirt bike? LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thebign1
    Hi Webs, I am trying to understand your reasoning and/or strategy on SIRI.
    First you say you will hold until $200/sh., then you sell all of your shares on the way down (my est. is @$7-7.05/sh.) and now you want to buy it back on the way up??? Are you on drugs?? LOL.

    Regards, Norm
    p.s. Did you hit your head when you fell off your dirt bike? LOL.
    I got temporarly beat by a traders worst enemy...FEAR.
    Yet another learning lesson.

    Drugs are for losers.
    Last edited by Websman; 12-12-2004 at 05:14 PM.

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    Well, it's Monday morning and I'm ready to rock. I decided to bang into work today, so I can watch the markets and learn. Who knows, I may even make some money in the process.

    I have a lot of picks, but I may just get on the SIRI bandwagon again. I've had more fun with this stock trading thing than I ever have at any casino I've been in.

    Here's a thought for the day - Never trade with any money that you can't afford to lose.
    I say this, because I read an article that talked about people who have gotten a home equity loan to play the market. I don't know about you, but I spent quite a few years getting my home paid off and I'm not about to put it on the line. If I lost every penny off my trading account today, I'd still have a home and I'd still have a good job with retirement. I consider my stocks money as a bonus to retirement. Regardless, I'll be retired at age 53, with no problems.

    Webs...

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    I'm back on track with SIRI. I have learned some very valuable lesson with this stock. The biggest lesson being, stick to your game plan!

    One day when I become as huge as Mr Market, I'm going to hire someone to write a book about my successes...

    I feel like I'm taking to myself...Is anyone reading this crap??? Hello???

    I've got to start seeing my therapist again.

    Webs...

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