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Charles R.


Portland, OR

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December 18, 2010


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What Charles R. is saying about this Meetup Group

Information overload!!!! (at least for me : )). I like Michal's idea of having a written plan. I create spread sheets with my results but . . . no plan. I like Michal showing on a screen a possible trade that she thought about but didn't make, why, and what the stock did over the next several minutes. That was helpful. It would be interesting to have each participant detail what they did since the last meetup; what worked and didn't. Was a % gained in the portfolio? Was there alpha gained? Best trade? Worst trade? Rational for making a trade? There was both a wide range of skill levels at this meeting (beginning stock market investors all the way up to very experienced, sophisticated traders) and investment vehicles (currencies, commodities, bonds, stocks.) That makes it very difficult to find a common language/experience that would result in better trading. My thoughts. C

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