Slope initially began as a blog, so this is where most of the website’s content resides. Here we have tens of thousands of posts dating back over a decade. These are listed in reverse chronological order. Click on any category icon below to see posts tagged with that particular subject, or click on a word in the category cloud on the right side of the screen for more specific choices.
Once again, I’ve got a post that should cleave the community. One portion will shrug their shoulders and say, “who cares?” And another will leap to their desks and start tap-dancing with delight. Honestly, some people have been pleading with me for months to fix this, and it’s finally fixed.
I refer specifically to the Prior and Next buttons at the bottom of every single post.
Once again, I awake to a world so uninspiring for content that I struggle to imagine what to write. In this desperate situation, I’ll resort to something I hate doing, which is telling you in advance of some of the things we’re working on in the background of Slope. I normally like to surprise you with such new goodies, but I’ll spoil it somewhat out of a sad need for something – – anything – – to say:
On March 29th of next year, Slope will celebrate its 15th year of existence. This website has an extraordinary history over those many years, making it one of the most longstanding communities of traders on the Internet, and countless characters have made their way through these halls as both contributors and participants.
There isn’t a day of the week that I don’t think about Slope and how it can be made better and more useful. As we near the end of the year, I’d like to solicit your help so I can prioritize our efforts. Please take a few moments to tell me what matters to you among these choices. Thank you! (If for any reason you don’t see the survey below, here is a direct link).
Yesterday I ran this post which included a one-answer poll about who Slopers thought would be elected next year President. I tried to stress they should vote for who they thought would win, but I’ve got a hunch most folks were “talking their book” and voted for who they wanted to win. Anyway, here are the results. Let’s see how it turns out 365 days from now!
It’s been pretty quiet in the realm of broker integration here on Slope, thanks to all the options obsession, but we’ve made another small step forward: the viewing of closed positions. Regardez vous s’il vous plait: