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    tonythetiger Joined Jan 13, 2011

    Why don't tigers have nine lives and cats do? @tonythetigerp


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      sue young
      trade only wkly credit spreads, $2-2.50 between short/long options AMZN,BIDU,NFLX,TSLA. Start with min. $.65 credit bull put side then leg in w/ bear call if momentum slows. Will email educational spread trading musings on request to followers.
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      Jean-Pierre Desloges
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      Tim Haddock
      Author of ebooks published on Day Trading with Heikin Ashi Charts, available also in German language Dynamic Trading with Weekly Options
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      Charlie Taylor
      I am a 21 year old with over a years worth of trading experience and great results. I specialize in day trading but also swing trade. If you have any questions or are interested in learning more about trading please email me
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      Keep it Simple
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      The Japan Equity Fund
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      The Mexico Fund
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      The Asia Pacific Fund
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      Charles Rankin
      Bernankenomics and the Obamanation of the US. Kudos to Kudlow, Don't blamer Cramer, Kass kicks some...Oh yeah and my 5 year old son watches CNBC daily.