Monday, January 14, 2008

Virtual Office, -$3637. Dow, +171.85, 12,778.15.

Me, $149 on 4800 shares traded.
Dehtrader, $102 on 1100 shares traded.
Wincity, $56 on 650 shares traded.
OBAT, $32 on 16,800 shares traded.
Retardo, vacationing
Akalawoo, no trades.
Denarii, -$25 on 600 shares traded.
Sanglucci, -$492 on 4000 shares traded.
Misstrade, -$640 on 1600 shares traded.
Evolution, -$2819 on 92,600 shares traded.

It was a slow, low volume, low volatility day in the market. We traded just over 1.4 billion shares on the NYSE and the VIX dropped .78 to 22.90.

It's like, over the weekend, people forgot that the market is going to zero, and decided to come in and buy stocks today with very little conviction. This created a very wishy-washy type of day.

But despite the overall trading malaise, there were some ridiculous moves made in the Agricultural and Fertilizer sectors. These sectors just keep on giving volatility to stock traders.

Meanwhile, the VO basically got smoked. You'll find that in this type of trading environment that the cream really does rise to the top.

More on my "huge" day later...


Sanglucci said...

My attention should have been given to the ag stocks today man I was too busy fucking with Harman HE SUCKED all day long man I kept going back... Overall one shitty ass day. Did you see that rip in MOS at the close??!

KC Equity Trader said...

Looks like Evolution over traded today.

You know, for fun, you should track the VO overall daily earnings/loss to see how it does.

Food for thought.

You can call it the VO Hedge Fund.

Dinosaur Trader said...


That's a great idea, really, however, I'm just not organized enough.

I think Moom keeps a spreadsheet. Perhaps if he's reading, he can post it sometime.