DUFC, some have it as part of their jobs in the financial world. Doesn't make them traders. And ps. Surely the only thing abhorrent about trading is shorting a stock which is harmful. If I use level 2, which I don't, to help me see the best time to sell a stock high and to buy low and increase my holding, in my eyes that still makes me an investor. I just use the tools at my disposal to increase my holding that is all.
You are wrong again. No information was passed onto anyone that emailed me. Also no information from me or stu has ever been passed onto QS. Bearing that in mind i guess QS is getting the info from someone else in the GG . I refer you to ljc's discussion with QS on ADVN
DUFC did say he had information weeks ago (from Stu I presume) that he would only share with people who emailed him so I can only conclude that this info is what has seen him perform this public volta-face.
I can understand him not wanting to share it with me but others deserve better treatment - assuming that the info exists in the first place, of course
Maybe a couple of years ago you were just like any other investor here. investing hoping for a return. However you realised like others here that investing on AIM is a joke and in the main to make money on AIM you decided to go down the charting road just like your best chum romeo. I wish some of you would just be honest . Now we have many here who pay for level 2 each month a subscription. They will tell you they are investors. I say Level 2 is a traders tool a buy and sell tool. The problem is most on here post for selfish gain. They tell you they are the poor investor while the evidence tells me poor trader. Maybe one of the L2 boys will tell me why they have Level 2.
What Is Level II? Level II is essentially the order book for Nasdaq stocks. When orders are placed, they are placed through many different market makers and other market participants. Level II will show you a ranked list of the best bid and ask prices from each of these participants, giving you detailed insight into the price action. Knowing exactly who has an interest in a stock can be extremely useful, especially if you are day trading. (For further reading, see our Electronic Trading tutorial.)
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