Apparently this is such a famous meme that a movie is coming out about it this summer (incredibly…..) I call this fellow the country's second angriest man, since there are some days that my own ranting around probably outdoes him. In any case, this is quite NSFW (and NSFH, for that matter), but hilarious to the right audience. You have been warned. (By the way, I think the comments section is really light tonight since Disqus seems to be having – surprise! – problems.)
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This here happens to be one of my favorite stock screens that I run, that's because the stocks below, represent some of the most technically sound companies being traded today.
All of the charts for the companies below are quite impressive, and have been hardly affected by any market turmoil (the rare times when it occurs). There is an additional 11 stocks that have been added to the list, and none that were on the previous list that are no longer there. I am also in the process of creating a screen that does the exact opposite, showing those stocks that are consistently trending downward which will really be interesting to see the returns of considering the bull run we have been on over the past year.
Originally posted by Ryan Mallory on SharePlanner.com
It's been an odd day, to say the least. For myself, I've got a few longs (but only one really big long – DIA – strictly as a hedge), a ton of little shorts, and one "ultra" ETF, which is SCO, the ultra-bearish-on-crude instrument. I had good success with SCO last week, and I re-entered today at 12.85 with a stop at 12.56.