Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Virtual Office, $1188. SPX, -11.80, 1359.00.

Sanglucci, $820 on 16,600 shares traded.
$378 on 1000 shares traded.

Timmay, $330 on 3000 shares traded.
$167 on 6216 shares traded.
Retardo, no trades.

-$13 on 2800 shares traded.
-$58 on 300 shares traded.
-$436 on 61,600 shares traded.

Well, I didn't trade much today since my focus was elsewhere, so I can't give much color. However, reading over my office's chat room, it seemed like almost everyone was frustrated by the low volume and choppy trade.

Low volume, that is, until LEH dropped like a rock on huge volume at the close... that doesn't portend well for tomorrow, I'll say that much.

We just got over 1.2 billion today on the NYSE. We're stuck in this tight range. Perhaps the earnings reports next week will spice things up again.

I'll post some graphs later with my trades. Since I only made 3 today, it'll be easy.

Meanwhile, Sanglucci will be sipping fancy drinks in "cake city" tonight. Way to break your bad streak, you herb.


ainkurn said...

I would like to visit Cake City sometime. HAHAHA

Sanglucci said...

I ain't neva been to cake city either ben but we gonna make it soon. DT I'm sure has had his glimpses but ain't like he actually moved in... All in all I think Evo gonna b the first one to make it to tell you the truth. Not tryna gas you up either evo but you aite man... you aite

Dinosaur Trader said...

I lived in cake city for a couple of years... then, I decided to move out to be with the "real people" again.

That was a mistake. So I'm trying to get back to cake city, ASAP.


Anonymous said...

One day Obama calls for "negotiations" with Iran, and the next he calls for Bush to boycott Beijing...a little inconsistent dontcha think???

Dinosaur Trader said...


I mean, I'm out of the news loop right now, so I'll have to read the stories, but they're two completely different situations.

Also, "negotiating" with Iran doesn't mean we don't negotiate with China still. Boycotting the Olympics is a gesture, and a part of a larger negotiation.