Saturday, February 2, 2008

The Library Rules

So after work, Judy left immediately to go to a dance performance with a friend and I took our daughter out to dinner with some friends. We got home, played, and then I put her to bed.

This was at 8pm. I fell asleep until 10:30. (And thus, you get a 1am "special.")

I woke up, and started writing my daily blog post. Afterwards, I surfed my blogroll and stopped over at Wall Street Warrior. From there, I found Trader-X (his annotated charts are newly blogrolled).

Shortly after, I was on the verge of buying $125 Fibonacci stuff and self-help books.

Luckily, (remember, I'm still struggling here) I moved on and quelled my desire to purchase by visiting my public library's site and picking up some good books.

This is what taxes are for people...

I ordered Steve Nison's "Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques" from the inter-loan library system of my public library.

Anyway, I expect by this time next year I'll be a freaking millionaire. The market should just send me a check to make it easier for everyone involved.

However, I also ordered "The Great Crash of 1929" by John Kenneth Galbraith. Just to keep myself steady.

Hope your weekend started right.

NOTE: My weekend has started in grand fashion as I woke up this morning to a fresh attack from another stock blogger. Seriously though, I relish an attack from Ragin Cajun. It gives me another chance to embarrass him...