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GreenFanatic   Friday, 09/03/10 03:20:03 AM
Re: cintrix post# 1906
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Yes vert is a nasty one to watch for and on the flip side shorting can seem the same but nite normally carries out those and more on smaller volume.

Everyone must decide if they buy or sell no matter who is telling you, educate yourself, do the math and make the plays.
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