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Curtis Crow
 Post subject: Cranking in '07
Posted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 4:10 pm 
 
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Hey Guys

I looks like we're in for another banner year. I know lots of you are stock market genuises so how about a few tips from the crowd?

I'm thinking about learing a little trading. Any suggestions?

\:D/ \:D/ \:D/


 
   
 
Charl
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Posted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 7:25 am 
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Hi Curtis,

I have a good stock tip, but unfortunately it only applies in The Netherlands as far as I know. The stocks of all the maritime engineers here have been going up for months now, and are predicted to keep doing so. I guess global warming, and the subsequent rise in water level, are paying off!

Kind regards,
Charl


 
   
 
Curtis Crow
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Posted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 9:14 am 
 
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Hey Charl thanks for the tip! So what are the maritime engineers working on new dikes and sea walls to stem the flow of rising ocean levels or something? Do you invest in these companies? Any company names you can think of to steer me in the right direction for research? Thanks bro.


 
   
 
FL Techie
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Posted: Thu Jan 25, 2007 8:58 am 
 
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Looks like this gravy train is just gonna keep roll'n along. At this rate we'll probably hit 13,000 on the DOW by July. Ye-ha!

Check out the price of oil too. One thing I was glad to hear Bush talk about in the SotU Address was weaning ourselves off of foreign oil. We need to wean ourselves off of Illegals here too.

Just like the PhDs that told us that last summer/fall would be the worst in history and we had none (thankfully - I'm in the Melbourne, FL area), the brainiac market pundits swore we'd have $100/barrel oil by now and $5/gal at the pumps. I'm paying $2.05.

So who REALLY knows what's going on? Nobody?

Don't think I'll be going to the beach today. With global warming and all, it'll hit about 55 today. Normal is 72. 'Nuf said.


 
   
 
nubbage
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Posted: Thu Jan 25, 2007 11:57 am 
 
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Whereas here in Yearp, there was supposed to be no-one left to buy gas anyways, since we were all supposed to be long dead from H5N1 bird flu.
I am a consultant paid to get my stuff right. So why are those doh-brains who came up with those way-out predictions paid even chewed dates?

Puzzled.






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