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@Leon@tommy@ylr - I explained several times the post was ment as humour, and I quoted from the humorously "GodEmperorTrump" facebook profile and choose as a hashtag #healthCare. So everyone with a sense of humour should have seen it was not seriously ment as an offense against the American women in general or any woman in the world! If the quote would have been "slim" one could argue its offensive as bulimic, and Madonna was not drunken by alcohol or drugs but by her love for all this beautiful women marching around in Washington DC on a sunny cold day in January :-) IN MY OPINION some people are overdoing it with this political correctness thing, taking the fun out of life for themself and others as well ;-) Btw, how offensive is it to call me a special one? Did you ever go through my various posts and commments to come to such a nasty statement?
@HighROI@Ylr the PE chart does look enticing. Hard to think it doesn't break to upside given other lithium play moves. Bought a small position in this one. The metallurgy is pretty ugly on Bolivian salars and Bolivia not a great jurisdiction - not that you care.
@EvenPrime@ylr I didnt see your name in the #swingforthefences channel though? Shorts and Options maybe next year :p right now, Im keeping things are basic as I can so I can tally the millions of users :)
@ylr@EvenPrime I am actually looking into making an easy to read dashboard for 1 stock. 15m,1H,Daily, Weekly, Monthly chart all on the same page. Pulling all the info with annotation from stockcharts.
Thus really giving a good overview when it's time to get in,out. Leading to better optimizing. Because depending on the chart you read you get different information. It might be time to sell and buy the dip tomorrow. Too bad Stockcharts does not have an API.
@EvenPrime@ylr you should! The more I get into this, the easier I see it is. I was never good with programming such as html/css/java and whatnot, as Im pretty old school, my programming background is for modelling system of equations. But the more I get into this, Im like woah, its pretty good stuff