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So how are the Bears doing ??



July 02, 2011 – Comments (8)

Man its so kewl to be a bear ?  you never have to defend yourself and making it sound like everything is messed up seems so  now  a days.

What with 90% employment,  rising profits and sales, all the while controlling expenses and utilizing  fewer and fewer employees.

Look at my buddy Alstry,  he's claiming soon everyone will  be like me,  unemployable  lol  ... guess what there is more to life than doing or going to some JOB

Jobs are for people who are Just over broke....

So theres no good news ya say ???  every day you wake up is some freaking good news...

 And the day you don't you'll not have to worry about it or anything else.


Live long and prosper my friends

and Have a safe and happy  4 th of July


and damn the British...   we won  you lost....   ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

Luckily we saved their butts from German overlords.


8 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On July 02, 2011 at 1:09 PM, VExplorer (29.11) wrote:

Most strange thing for myself about this topic: I'm shorting market from June 2009 and I'm doing well at the moment (it were few tides in the way). It isn't what I've expected in bull market. So,I've still wait for real one

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#2) On July 03, 2011 at 1:08 AM, awallejr (38.34) wrote:

Somehow I find it hard to believe that a person who claims to be short the market since June of 2009 is doing well at the moment since then the market was in the low 900s and now is in the 1300s.  I also find it amusing that the same person has negative points.  But since this is all anonymous anthing goes I guess.

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#3) On July 03, 2011 at 8:17 AM, DaveMarcus82 (32.76) wrote:

Unless by shorting the market you mean shorting Research in Motion, I find that hard to understand. Good luck.

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#4) On July 03, 2011 at 10:49 AM, VExplorer (29.11) wrote:


I found score unrealistic long time ago: 2007-2008 I was in 90+, but lost 75% of my capital in real life. I had only long positions in bonds from 1998 and in stocks from 2004. I not traded options and not shorted stocks before 2008. Last two years I traded spreads. It is working pretty well for me, as I've not had good control of my losses as you can see in my Fool portfolio. In addition, "going well" it is always relative for each situation: I just +20% for last two years. IMO: it is "well" for somebody who has had bear bias.

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#5) On July 03, 2011 at 11:00 AM, VExplorer (29.11) wrote:


I don't want tell what I'm shorting as it is very really simple and I cannot explain to myself why ALL around not doing it. But looks like they are not doing.

I don't believe if somebody will tell you or me how to do money on the market. I  believe in some strategy, I just put my money, I just doing it. Fool portfolio is good only for watching stocks and analysing of your own trading style. For example, I found good accuracy of myself in two sectors I've worked in. I found I enter to position earlier than I should in most cases. I've not stop losses and so on. So, thanks to The Money Fool anyway.

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#6) On July 04, 2011 at 8:38 PM, L0RDZ (91.88) wrote:

Bulls make money...

Bears make money....

Pigs and idiots get slaughtered...

 How ya gonna blow up my post and not reccooo  ????

Next time ya should  look to click on the timber  option...




and why no love ??


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#7) On July 08, 2011 at 12:38 AM, awallejr (38.34) wrote:


I wish you no ill will in real life, but perhaps start thinking dividend plays and using that income to invest further?

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#8) On July 08, 2011 at 9:51 AM, VExplorer (29.11) wrote:


I've doing that for small part of my portfolio: I'm selling covered calls on under valuated divident stocks. It is working well, but slow. When I lost my capital I relocated to US for fresh restart. It isn't worst place to restart at all. So, now I'm just middle age and middle income engineer with small capital. Only God knows how long it will take to rebuild myself.

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