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MetalWorx
30th November 2010, 20:33
The Sim is reset. Join if ya like.

Use the information and directions below to join the game.

Game ID: SLVTRADESIM
Game Password: pm me, thanks

■Open this link and read the competition summary:
http://vse.marketwatch.com/Game/StartViewGame.aspx?id=SLVTRADESIM
■Click on the 'Join Game' link.
■If you are an existing Virtual Stock Exchange member, enter your Email address and Password in the login panel and get set to trade. If you are a new user, follow the link to register - it's easy!
■Follow the instructions and start trading!
Join now, and see if you can win my Monthly SLV Trade Simulation competition! The more participants the higher the level of competition. Can you master the market?

silverheartbone
1st December 2010, 13:17
Mega manufactured bankster induced volatility.

If I were psychic and limited to only two trades a day,
I could have made 150% last month.

Of course, certain banksters probably did.

Good luck.

silverheartbone
22nd December 2010, 08:50
http://forums.silverseek.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1673&d=1293025641

Good trading Metalworx, it has been a tough month so far.

http://forums.silverseek.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1674&d=1293025743

Market is darn near flat line.

Not much opportunity to daytrade lately.

orlando_wrx
22nd December 2010, 12:31
The Sim is reset. Join if ya like.

Use the information and directions below to join the game.

Game ID: SLVTRADESIM
Game Password: pm me, thanks

■Open this link and read the competition summary:
http://vse.marketwatch.com/Game/StartViewGame.aspx?id=SLVTRADESIM
■Click on the 'Join Game' link.
■If you are an existing Virtual Stock Exchange member, enter your Email address and Password in the login panel and get set to trade. If you are a new user, follow the link to register - it's easy!
■Follow the instructions and start trading!
Join now, and see if you can win my Monthly SLV Trade Simulation competition! The more participants the higher the level of competition. Can you master the market?

I've found where Rogers very large stash is being held!

silverheartbone
31st December 2010, 09:28
I look forward to the competition next month.
It should be interesting.
May your intuition guide you well.
You should practice using the simulator as much as you can today.
Thanks for joining.

silverheartbone
31st December 2010, 09:35
I'm thinking there is a possibility of a down day today on light volume
(Up only $4,700 it's my only chance to catch the leaders).

orlando_wrx
31st December 2010, 10:40
Don't like the 20 min delay on orders. Oh well, I'll give it a go for jan and see how i like it.

silverheartbone
31st December 2010, 11:41
Don't like the 20 min delay on orders. Oh well, I'll give it a go for jan and see how i like it.

Heck I don't like it either, but it seems that real time price based stock simulations cost real money or must be sponsored.

Anyhow think back to last generation's depending on newspaper, magazine, and TV business reporting for price information before that stockbroker telephone interaction which was then completed with U.S. mail paper confirmation.

Now does that 20 minutes back to your desktop confirmation really seem so bad?
It's worth the money. http://forums.silverseek.com/images/icons/icon7.png

hekura
31st December 2010, 15:22
I'm thinking there is a possibility of a down day today on light volume
(Up only $4,700 it's my only chance to catch the leaders).

...and there were a few really good flip-flops, early-on this month. Overall, though, a definite buy-and-hold situation. I think I only made 2 or 3 transactions for the whole month.

I look forward to another round, I'm buyin'.

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MetalWorx
1st January 2011, 12:02
Here is the final standing for December, I have reset the sim. Also welcome to orlando_wrx.

http://forums.silverseek.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=1676&d=1293901314

silverheartbone
1st January 2011, 12:28
Thank you MetalWorx.

BTW it seems as if hekura is making us look like the bad traders that we were.

SLV is a stock traders dream, or is that nightmare?

My resolution is to win the contest at least one more time before the possible "default".

Although if it is true that all the contracts can optionally be settled in FRNs at the COMEX's discretion, then the whole thing is a farce and there can be no "default".