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Last Post: 10/22/2008 6:28:14 AM - Followers: 8 - Board type: Premium - Posts Today: 0

This board is for the discussion of cost averaging up or down on any stocks,and access to tools to simplify the act of cost averaging. For your free version of the cost averaging calculator see the following link, (you need microsoft excel) Simple to operate just follow instructions on the following webpage to download, then open it in excel and follow the onscreen instructions. http://putstuff.putfile.com/51730/5622937 Cost averaging is a topic of much controversy, some say averaging down is good, some say bad, and vice versa. Regardless of who is right, it is a necessary evil, and can save a trader from unexpected stock moves in PPS. How many of you have been in the throws of a busy trading day, and needed to quickly calculate for an up or down averaging move, only to miss your mark while punching data into a calculator. Even worse calculating improperly and botching the whole deal. Well we have the answer, and it is free, enjoy!! In addition feel free to discuss your ideas and stocks you are looking to average up or down on, and why! A healthy exchange of information on all stocks is allowed regardless of the stocks status! Afterall when a trader is stuck in a stock that goes bad, sometimes averaging out is the only way to protect capital. Also when a stock is going up, it is nice to easily explore the potential of averaging up, feel free to discuss anything to do with any stock, post your picks and/or reccomendations!! However please try not to pump or bash any stock excessively that you see in here, in a traders world, they are all equal. Other cool stock boards: Gredy Fox Stocks http://www.investorshub.com/boards/board.asp?board_id=6442
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#26   ? righty 10/22/08 06:28:14 AM
#25   u back yet? righty 02/07/08 03:21:22 AM
#24   Yep, it was a pretty sick blast off. WALL STREET KID 08/21/07 09:22:02 AM
#23   027?,.last week?..i just noticed you got a bag righty 08/21/07 03:49:37 AM
#22   Grabbed some ONMC at .027 WALL STREET KID 08/20/07 07:18:46 AM
#21   Heres the fresh skinny on some potential targets righty 08/20/07 02:18:18 AM
#20   img186.imageshack.us/img186/3899/savanapg18vs3.jpg Rhubarb 06/06/07 01:47:41 AM
#19   Cool board, I channel flip almost every stock CSykes 05/13/07 11:23:28 PM
#18   Nice Board, I dont think most traders really MBoomer17 05/02/07 02:06:35 PM
#17   Nice. WALL STREET KID 03/26/07 09:43:28 AM
#16   nothing on the week but for april my righty 03/26/07 09:37:20 AM
#15   Yes. WALL STREET KID 03/26/07 09:21:07 AM
#14   not sure i follow the question, you mean righty 03/26/07 12:44:40 AM
#13   righty, what are you looking at for the week/month? WALL STREET KID 03/25/07 11:47:49 PM
#12   your very welcome, i have been playing with righty 02/25/07 01:53:23 PM
#11   Ok, looks like a very useful tool. Thanks righty Buqqq 02/25/07 01:39:05 PM
#10   ditto's all the way around, check out the righty 02/24/07 08:57:55 PM
#9   Howdy righty... Loofman 02/24/07 08:54:11 PM
#8   Me too righty. makesumgravy 02/24/07 08:15:19 PM
#7   RSDS is my latest insanity experiment with averaging righty 02/24/07 01:54:29 PM
#6   Some interesting technical perspectives from bigdogs, thanks bigdogs, righty 02/24/07 01:40:47 PM
#5   My NEXA is a perfect example from last rjbluesky 02/24/07 12:36:24 PM
#4   Great idea!!! I have saved the link to wildworks 02/24/07 11:57:23 AM
#3   Yes indeed, I find the calculator to be righty 02/24/07 10:27:34 AM
#2   I like it, I'll put your link on WALL STREET KID 02/24/07 09:35:17 AM
#1   Post your favorite targets for averaging down or righty 02/24/07 05:47:33 AM
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