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Market Analysis and Trading Strategies

Welcome! We'll talk stocks, OPTIONS, current market conditions and share member strategies and trades. Our goal is to improve our trading and overall market understanding. The venue is now the Walnut Creek Public Library on Broadway, downtown. The starting time is 6pm until 8pm. Parking update:  in the library garage is no longer free after 6pm, but free after 8pm.

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  • paul

    Oh! And how could leave out

    April 25, 2014

  • paul

    A follow up to our talk about URL's to learn options:, , and most brokers web site such as,,, which you should be able to join for free and use their educational features, fyi.

    April 25, 2014

  • Jerome "Jerry" N.

    More about parking: The Walnut Creek Public Library is on a plot of land designated as Civic Park. If you continue north on Broadway beyond the library the first intersection is Civic Drive. Make a right turn on Civic Drive, drive about a block-length to the first driveway opening on the right-hand side (across the street from a Fire Station) into Civic Park. Here you will find an unmetered parking lot only a short walk from the library.

    April 23, 2014

  • Jerome "Jerry" N.

    PLEASE NOTE: "Parking in the library garage is free after 6pm. " That was yesterday but is no longer true today. Effective 4/7/14, street parking meters in WC are required to be fed until 8:00 PM and the same is true for the underground parking lot at the WCPL. A librarian tells me that the signage may not yet reflect this change (nor is she sure that 8:00 PM is yet being enforced but sooner or later it will be and you are advised to pay for parking or bear the consequences). My experience is that it's cheaper to pay the meter than the parking ticket!

    April 21, 2014

    • paul

      Thanks for the update, Jerome!

      April 22, 2014

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