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2008/10/24-28 [Finance/Investment] UID:51668 Activity:nil
10/24   Week trade guy, what brokerage do you use? I'm curious about how
        you are trading indexes.
        \_ I'm using Etrade. It's very expensive, at $10 a trade. But
           since my volume is super low, it's not a big deal. Also I
           have Etrade bank at 3.3% interest rate and that's where my
           paycheck goes. I only trade 2 things right now: DIA and QQQQ.
           I make it VERY SIMPLE and only use limit orders. If it goes down
           10-15% more, limit trigger buys more. If it go up 10-15%,
           trigger sell and I simply wait till the next market panic. At one
           time
           I only have 4 limit orders to worry about: sell DIA/QQQQ if high,
           buy more DIA/QQQQ if low. My life is very carefree. I don't run
           all that number crunching bullshit. It's meaningless in a recession
           where anything goes. KEEP IT SIMPLE and your life will be
           carefree... My typical day is just 5 min research, adjust limit,
           then go to sleep. I go to work without having to stare at the stock
           market ticker. It's been carefree and profitable. I like week
           trading.
           \_ Is it possible to trade VIX?
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