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dodgesparks

Member Since Dec 09, 2010  217 posts edward (dodgesparks) Jan 17 2011 at 03:33
my algo looks so fine.

i rock.



dodgesparks

Member Since Dec 09, 2010  217 posts edward (dodgesparks) Jan 17 2011 at 03:49
it looks like the coding part of this stupd project is finished.

finally, after only seven years.

yay.

i guess i could just become a disc jockey now.

nah, i dont even like music.




dodgesparks

Member Since Dec 09, 2010  217 posts edward (dodgesparks) Jan 17 2011 at 05:06
OK NOW.

NO MORE MESSING AROUND.

LETS ROCK.



dodgesparks

Member Since Dec 09, 2010  217 posts edward (dodgesparks) Jan 17 2011 at 07:42
i just margin called.

equity: $32.67

darn.

but lets rock anyways.

winning is really way over rated.

that is my opinion.



Tradingcompany

Member Since Jan 06, 2011  245 posts Ben smirt (Tradingcompany) Jan 17 2011 at 08:11

dodgesparks posted:
    i just margin called.

equity: $32.67

darn.

but lets rock anyways.

winning is really way over rated.

that is my opinion.




Man you are damn funnylol

Knowledge Is Power
dodgesparks

Member Since Dec 09, 2010  217 posts edward (dodgesparks) Jan 17 2011 at 08:34 (edited Jan 17 2011 at 09:05 )
ben,

i was only kidding.

no margin call.

i love to play about that.

things are looking beyond spectacular.

i am going to be phkng rich.

not today i am not rich in my pockets, not yet, but i am rich in spirit however.

thank you for saying that i am funny.

i like doing comedy.

i dont know if i am any good at it, but i do try.

i do realize that you will think me mad when i tell you that i am probably going to turn somewhere in the ballpark of 50% per week, at a minimum.

i am a very astute computer engineer.

i am a very demanding engineer.

btw, regarding the three columns of numbers that i referred to above and all of that divide by two nonsense...

that was totally made up.

i was asking if anybody could see a pattern forming.

i wanted to see if anybody would come back and say that it is impossible to find a pattern in only three or four rows of data.

and you definitely cant do it in two rows.

now that is comedy at it's best.

oh, sorry, my bad, i almost forgot one small issue.

ben, i have blocked you.

good day sir.

zero/.



dodgesparks

Member Since Dec 09, 2010  217 posts edward (dodgesparks) Jan 18 2011 at 03:10 (edited Jan 18 2011 at 03:23 )
and we now have:

N1 - N2 - N3
-----------------
+25,-50,+40
+50,-33,+50
+65,-33,+65
+72,-26,+70
+68,-31,+77

when i grow up, i wanna be a digital rock star.

zero/.



dodgesparks

Member Since Dec 09, 2010  217 posts edward (dodgesparks) Jan 18 2011 at 05:25 (edited Jan 18 2011 at 05:28 )
when i found that my project management was not going to live up to my expectations, i decided to study management for myself.

did i go to the library and read books about management?

no, i did not.

to begin, i read a few of mr bill gates's books and a few of donald trump's books.

mr gates taught me that if i expect to be a leader in my field that there is no need to get permission from any person for almost any thing that i need to do. just do it and then get permission later. i am sure that he is probably more tactful in carrying out some things than am i, but nevertheless.

the donald always emphasized the importance of having one's ducks in a row. i remember how he commented about other persons that when they were trying to get into the casino business that they would buy the land and build the building and hire their staff and they did not even have their permits to run a casino yet. mr trump is quite simply a wonderfully focused man.

and then i studied some of this world's most evil dictators in order that i might learn their management techniques and that hopefully i might also learn from their mistakes in order that i might properly run my trading group in a harmonious fashion.

not exactly your standard university management course.

i studied peter the great and ivan the terrible and adolph hitler and that dear boy caligula.





dodgesparks

Member Since Dec 09, 2010  217 posts edward (dodgesparks) Jan 18 2011 at 21:14
and now:

N1 - N2 - N3
-----------------
+25,-50,+40
+50,-33,+50
+65,-33,+65
+72,-26,+70
+68,-31,+77
+71,-24,+74



dodgesparks

Member Since Dec 09, 2010  217 posts edward (dodgesparks) Jan 19 2011 at 03:30 (edited Jan 19 2011 at 03:33 )
and now:

N1 - N2 - N3
-----------------
+25,-50,+40
+50,-33,+50
+65,-33,+65
+72,-26,+70
+68,-31,+77
+71,-24,+74
+72,-23,+73

of course, the above numbers are really carried out about six digits past the decimal, but i trim them for posting here.

i think that i finally nailed down this thing.

if i have, this is an entirely original form of arbitrage that probably none of you have ever even considered.

i will win every last time.

and, no, i am not talking about that punk azz arbitrage that might make three pips if you dont get slipped on your azz.




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