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Strategies & Market Trends : Candlestick Charting--The unknown indicator

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To: Geriq who wrote (1567)5/15/2002 4:05:41 PM
From: Geriq   of 1589
Well, perhaps I am the only contributor. That's OK. It keeps me accountable and academically honest.

I put in my limit order at 5.80. The stock opened at 5.59, and that was the price at which I bought it. Then watched it drop to 5.18. But then came up to $7. I put in a stop order to sell at 6.80 and was bought out there.

Hey. 20% return. Not bad for a day's work. Although, I must admit, I did not buy a huge amount. I think after commissions and taking into account capital gains taxes, I just about broke even.

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