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<B>Sure Insiders know well in advance but all these positions are irrelevant
without the volume traded and the impact on the floating stock of the respective
companies.For any hard decision to be made on insider selling the volume
would play an important part. If there are 11 seller in Microsoft each
selling 100 shares would that make a difference to floating stock
and what impact would that ultimately have on the price? None.</B><B></B>
<P>Jozef G Ron de wrote:
<BLOCKQUOTE TYPE=CITE>There is alot of Insiders selling going on lately
in the Computer sectors.
Hewlett Packard 0
<P>>From the data i have and the companies i know that are in this sector
i have drawn the conclusion that in general there is more selling in this
<BR>Insiders most of the time know good and bad news many months before
the news breakouts to the public.
<BR>For me this a very clear sign to watch out when trading stocks in this
<BR>Anyone agrees or dissagrees with this thought.
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Harley Meyer wrote:
> Hello Rick,
> Not harsh at all.
> Comments are interspursed below.
> Rick Mortellra wrote:
> As far as a $260 loss I couldn't stomach it. A few loses like that and I
> would have no money to trade with. Granted cutting your losses and
> moving on is good for some. But right now I can't aford it. Although I
> am losing time by not making as much money. I am gradually gettting my
> bearings straight and I am starting to make some money trading. We will
> see as the rest of the week goes along.
I have appreciated your many post on this list. Because of your obvious
sincerity and honesty, I would ask that you reflect on the above
statement: "...Cutting your losses and moving on...but right now I
can't afford it." If you cannot afford to cut your losses, you are
saying that you no longer are in control of the trade and you must now
depend on HOPE that the market will come to your aid and salvation.
Hope is the one emotion that the trader surely does not want...and the
market does not even know you are a participant.
I still use MSW ver 5.11. I re-checked the indicator list and do not
find the indicator "HOPE", "PRAYER", "WISH".
This post is an effort to share with you because you have shared with
all of us. At some point in your investment career, overstaying a
position will inflict serious pain. Better to learn to absorb the small