The Thrill Is Gone
Many things about trading have changed since the crash of 2008-09, but the one thing that bothers me most is how big moves like today's seem to generate so little excitement among individual traders. In the past, a big breakout move would have people bubbling with excitement about how they were buying this or taking big gains on that.
These days, these big moves seem to produce more grumpiness than excitement. Instead of hearing about which stocks are doing the best, I hear how the action is unjustified and can't possibly last. Why don't we seem to enjoy the euphoric bubble-like action as we did in the past?...217 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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