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YoungNGunnin2 (40.39)

PHO nyyyyy Drought?



April 03, 2015 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: PHO

I was in the beautiful hill country of California recently, not far from Lake McClure, which you may find photographed to be depicted as a near baron wasteland in recent articles concerning the drought.  Lake McClure apprears to be a pretty large body of water on google maps, as to why goggle maps has forgotten to remove the lake from their maps beats me.  Anyway back to my story, I spent several weeks not too far from the above referenced location not many weeks ago. I found myself surrounded by beautiful lucious green mountains that were a new color green to myself and many others, coveted with thick, wet, cold fog every morning and night.  I noticed the sun both rose late and fell early due to the mountains.  Seems it would make hard work for the sun to hastenly dry up such a place.  It truly is amazing how the mountains can manipulate their environment with their respected varying degrees of elevation/pressure. 

 This subject matter has me torn.  Part of myself notices the large volume hammer towards the end of an ascending triangle, my short self notices a declining 200 day MA collapsing on price.

My arrogant fools, I seek only input.  For if we can not converse accordingly and offer originally stolen insights, then this website is useless.  Dr. Richard Geist in the book, Investor Therapy mentions how an uneasy feeling before a trade usually turns to be profitable.  He rebuttals the arguement of keeping emotions out, yet learning to interpret your subconscious.....Very difficult entertaining/boring read lol.



Cool quote...

"Many ideas grow better when transplanted into another mind than in one where they sprung up"


                                                             -Oliver Wendell Holmes

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#1) On April 03, 2015 at 4:14 PM, EnigmaDude (58.47) wrote:

The sun does not dry up lakes, people do. Are you suggesting that the photos like the ones in yesterday's issue of USA Today, are phony? Not sure if you're just trying to be clever or if you're suggesting that some sort of conspiracy theory exists.

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#2) On April 03, 2015 at 5:59 PM, YoungNGunnin2 (40.39) wrote:

Lie! They both do!  I am not suggesting a conspiracy theory does or does not exist, I'm simply verbalizing my terrible dilemma, of not knowing which way to play the ETF.  As far as the ocean being near a mountainous region you would think there would be a way to properly distribute and regulate the waters input output ratio.  Is there legitimate reason for concern? If there is, then you would think there is about to be some easy plays on commodities and water recycling innovations.      

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