LukeKramer

Kramer Joined Dec 18, 2011

Get your relationship on solid ground w/ the 5 F's & you'll live a fulfilled life: Faith, Family, Friends, Fitness, and Finances. And in that order.

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    gamblina11
    jack luna
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    TheRealDude
    The Dude
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    DancesWithMantas
    bassem Jamour
    Don't rush whatever goes up must come back down, and vice versa.
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    rickyt1986
    ricardo t
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    jagr03
    Jason
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    SamMitchell_Soberstocks
    Sam Mitchell
    I invest in companies with strong fundamentals which are also significantly undervalued, presenting a good margin of safety. I write extensively about my ideas and investment strategies on my blog at Soberstocks.com
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    arifrommiami
    Ari From Miami
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    uxMarketFlow
    uxMarketFlow
    uxMarketFlow™s uxColor turns matrices of numbers into fields of color. Patterns appear as flows in the color field. Trends are obvious and outliers easy to spot. It is combined with price and volume data across asset types and nations.
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    Balli Hoooo
    Investing and Consulting
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    John F Crete
    New swing trader learning
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    Dylan Brown
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    AtTheLast
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    Scarredtradernocry
    Scott Cameron
    Trading is a hobby for me right now PERIOD. I took up part time trading to learn it, so I am no one to follow or take advice from. Humility and failure are my biggest successes...
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    BIG_BEN89
    Binchen89
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    5daytrader
    Alan Gabel
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    IT
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    cmostox
    CO
    "The inability to sell when one should, often when one "knows" one should, repeated time and again by amateur and Wall Streeters alike, has all the earmarks of neurotic behavior." Justin Mamis