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This Proposal Could End Active Trading

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#61 Entropy3.0



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Posted 16 January 2009 - 01:32 PM

I understand your getting all in a tizzy about something you have very little control over. And that most likely will never happen.

I'm not sure at what cost I would quit trading at, but I do know it would have to be pretty high.

Interesting that you frequently 'feel the need' to put passive agressive judgements about other people's comments.
Expressing viewpoints does not equate to 'getting in a tizzy', a tizzy meaning that others views are emotional, ill considered hyperbole.

The whole point of DISCUSSION boards is to discuss, argue with the content, argue about substance, or if you
think its a pointless subject don't get involved -

So what is your contribution to this thread, to tell other people they are 'in a tizzy', patronizing much?

Pick a system, follow the system, ignore everything else.

#62 Data



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Posted 18 January 2009 - 01:17 AM

India is now considering getting rid of the transaction tax. They also raised the capital gains tax in 2007 when the market was booming. It's dropped 75% since the peak. Other countries are looking at dropping the tax.