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What are Big Numbers?

6000 in the ASX / SPI
\$5.00 for Telstra etc
\$1.00 for any Stock.

Any more?

2. ## Re: Trading Big Numbers

here's a big number-

197 456 897 234 000 000.

Not quite sure how I'd trade it, but it looks like a good short to me.

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Originally Posted by professor_frink
here's a big number-
197 456 897 234 000 000.
Not quite sure how I'd trade it, but it looks like a good short to me.
Let us be serious professor_frink ...please

Any more Big Numbers??

4. ## Re: Trading Big Numbers

Originally Posted by professor_frink
here's a big number-

197 456 897 234 000 000.

Not quite sure how I'd trade it, but it looks like a good short to me.
IIIEEE!!! the hurting and the Breaking and the selling and the buying and the braining and the draining. Hey i think thats my bank account number WHAT THE!!! LOL

5. ## Re: Trading Big Numbers

Originally Posted by Bronte
Let us be serious professor_frink ...please

Any more Big Numbers??
you wanted big numbers I gave you one.

Maybe you should clarify exactly what the point of this thread is.
If you want a big stockmarket number, here's one-
46 452

6. ## Re: Trading Big Numbers

This could turn out to be a lot of fun
as well as very educational.

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10c is an interesting number. 0.1c to 0.5c increments.

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Have you ever noticed how 'Big Numbers' often become:
Very Strong Resistance and then Support?

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This is a joke thread is it

Shouldn't it be merged to the one that already exists?

10. ## Re: Trading Big Numbers

Originally Posted by Bronte

What are Big Numbers?

6000 in the ASX / SPI
\$5.00 for Telstra etc
\$1.00 for any Stock.
Just have a look at \$5.00 for Telstra

6000 on the ASX200 / SPI

Majority of Stock charts.

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Why would we have called 4180 as a BIG Number?

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Originally Posted by Bronte

What are Big Numbers?

6000 in the ASX / SPI
\$5.00 for Telstra etc
\$1.00 for any Stock.

Any more?

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Originally Posted by Basilisk
Yes Basilisk, well done
Round numbers are in the group of what we call 'Big Numbers'

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This morning's BIG NUMBER for the nikkei has been 18150.

Holy hole in the donut Batman, Bronte is on to something!

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Why was 18150 a 'Big Number' prof ?

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no reason Bronte. It's been the high for the day and sounds impressive when you put BIG NUMBERS in bold before it. Isn't that what this thread is about, BIG NUMBERS.

To take it even further, I predict that every single turning point today on the nikkei will be at a round number ending in zero. Today's low has been 18050 and it's high 18150. On track so far!

Carry on people

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I can understand 18000 or 18144 or 18500 or 19000

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Originally Posted by Bronte
I can understand 18000 or 18144 or 18500 or 19000
What about 90210 i hear thats a BiG number and a GGGGGREAT show (yeah right lol) So what is the point of these numbers and their significance as i am not a mind reader and am not sure where this is heading (Except maybe to ZERO) Bye now

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Many of the 'Great Masters' knew of and traded these 'Big Numbers'
For example: Edwin Lef'evre wrote about Jesse Lauriston Livermore's
use of them for trading the ticker tape in the 1923 book:
'Reminiscences of a Stock Operator'
One of the greatest traders of all time and a really good read.

20. ## Re: Trading Big Numbers

Originally Posted by Bronte
Have you ever noticed how 'Big Numbers' often become:
Very Strong Resistance and then Support?

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