I’ve been busier than a long-tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs, so I’ll just toss out this actually kind of cool comment cleaner for now.
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Thank you kindly to those of you who tried to help me out with the last post (I’m in good shape with Excel now; clearly my brain has turned to mush). I’m having a good day and a good week – – the best week in ages, actually! Part of it is that retail is rolling over. I think this is the start of something bigger. As for the seasonality and the Santa Claus Rally. The rules have changed.
Nietzsche was wrong. God lives. Santa is dead.
I’m going to be a lazy bum and take advantage of my pulpit here and ask a selfish question: where can I get a application or a web page that lets you track options positions in real time?
You may find it bizarre that I am asking this, but I discovered to my horror this morning that my Merrill Edge portfolio is delayed data, and they can’t provide real time (I know, right??) So I want to be able to manually type in my positions somewhere so I can see – – ya know – – ACTUAL DATA!. Any suggestions out there, folks?
While I normally get up at precisely 5:30 each morning (no alarm clock; thank you, circadian rhythm!) I had to wake up at 5 this morning for a phone call. Before heading downstairs, I glanced at the futures, and I was delighted to see that in spite of them being all in disgusting lifetime record high territory when I went to bed, they were almost all red. In particular, crude oil – – which has been an obsession for weeks, as you know – – was getting completely smushed.(more…)