Behold the Matrix 9 months in the life of a part time trader the Siren calls

Bought 36 WDC @ 28.16 -1023.75
Bought 21 BYI @ 48.12 -1020.51
Bought 538 BYI @ 42.75 -23009.49
Sold 538 BYI @ 43.25 23258.25
Bought 282 CBR @ 4.9399 -1403.04
Bought 672 WDC @ 29.72 -19981.83
Sold 672 WDC @ 30.21 20290.9
Bought 672 WDC @ 29.72 19981.83
Bought 672 WDC @ 29.72 -19981.83
Sold 672 WDC @ 30.21 -20290.9
Sold 672 WDC @ 30.21 20290.9
Bought 4148 F @ 6.07 -25188.35
Bought 300 F @ 6.07 -1830.99
Sold 4448 F @ 6 26677.71
Bought 895 WDC @ 30.15 -26994.24
Bought 1595 AEO @ 16.92 -26997.39
Sold 895 WDC @ 30.15 26973.96
Sold 1595 AEO @ 16.98 27072.81
Bought 900 WDC @ 30 -27009.99
Sold 900 WDC @ 31.09 27970.7
Bought 1098 CSCO @ 24.65 -27075.69
Sold 1098 CSCO @ 24.76 27176.19
Bought 1450 NVDA @ 18.6 -26979.99
Sold 1450 NVDA @ 18.7 27104.71
Bought 1436 NVDA @ 18.8 -27006.79
Bought 1436 NVDA @ 18.8 -27006.79
Sold 2872 NVDA @ 19 54557.4
Bought 967 YHOO @ 27.9 -26989.29
Sold 967 YHOO @ 28.03 27094.72
Bought 967 YHOO @ 27.9 -26989.29
Bought 976 YHOO @ 27.639 -26985.65
Sold 976 YHOO @ 27.64 26966.35
Sold 967 YHOO @ 27.5105 26592.36
Bought 2006 NVDA @ 17.94 -35997.63
Sold 2006 NVDA @ 18.06 36217.97
Bought 480 V @ 60.035 -28826.79
Sold 288 FDVLX @ 69.87 20072.57
Sold 54 DODFX @ 41.3 2180.21
Sold 115 UMVEX @ 18.69 2149.35
Sold 93 WWNPX @ 26.36 2401.49
Sold 109 TMVSX @ 17.84 1944.56
Sold 200 UVALX @ 13.16 2632
Sold 348 USCGX @ 8.05 2801.4
Sold 194 WTSVX @ 11.42 2215.48
Sold 88 TRREX @ 20.31 1737.29
Sold 480 V @ 64.04 30728.87
Bought 487 V @ 63.5 -30934.49
Bought 487 V @ 63.31 -30841.96
Sold 14 LETRX @ 62.11 869.54
Sold 288 FDVLX @ 69.87 -20072.57
Sold 288 FDVLX @ 69.87 20072.57
Sold 109 TMVSX @ 17.84 -1944.56
Sold 109 TMVSX @ 17.84 1944.56
Sold 115 UMVEX @ 18.69 -2149.35
Sold 115 UMVEX @ 18.69 2149.35
Sold 14 LETRX @ 62.11 -869.54
Sold 14 LETRX @ 62.11 869.54
Sold 194 WTSVX @ 11.42 -2215.48
Sold 194 WTSVX @ 11.42 2215.48
Sold 200 UVALX @ 13.16 -2632
Sold 200 UVALX @ 13.16 2632
Sold 348 USCGX @ 8.05 -2801.4
Sold 348 USCGX @ 8.05 2801.4
Sold 54 DODFX @ 41.3 -2180.21
Sold 54 DODFX @ 41.3 2180.21
Sold 88 TRREX @ 20.31 -1737.29
Sold 88 TRREX @ 20.31 1737.29
Sold 93 WWNPX @ 26.36 -2401.49
Sold 93 WWNPX @ 26.36 2401.49
Bought 128 V @ 62.55 -8016.39
Sold 281 CBR @ 5.05 1409.04
Sold 974 V @ 63.5 61838.66
Bought 2405 WDC @ 28.6696 -68960.35
Sold 2405 WDC @ 28.75 69133.37
Bought 2418 WDC @ 28.55 -69043.89
Sold 2418 WDC @ 28.65 69265.32
Bought 2400 WDC @ 28.51 -68433.99
Bought 1060 WDC @ 28.25 -29954.99
Bought 886 WDC @ 28.22 -25012.91
Sold 2400 WDC @ 28.62 68677.62
Sold 1946 WDC @ 28.6092 55663.29
Bought 2408 MSFT @ 28.65 -68999.19
Sold 2408 MSFT @ 28.72 69147.38
Bought 2942 CSCO @ 23.449 -68996.95
Sold 2942 CSCO @ 23.84 70126.89
Bought 3500 WDC @ 27.87 -97554.99
Sold 127 V @ 66.4879 8433.92
Bought 592 WDC @ 26.97 -15976.23
Sold 592 WDC @ 27.14 16056.8
Bought 1336 NVTL @ 7.4799 -10003.14
Sold 1336 NVTL @ 7.66 10223.71
Sold 3500 WDC @ 27.87 97534.46
Bought 1960 AXVC @ 0.51 -1009.59
Bought 3500 WDC @ 27.669 -96851.49
Sold 3500 WDC @ 27.87 97534.46
Bought 2920 CSCO @ 23.6299 -69009.3
Sold 2920 CSCO @ 23.72 69252.02
Bought 1111 SPWR @ 90 -99999.99
Sold 555 SPWR @ 89.63 49734.38
Sold 555 SPWR @ 93.06 51638.02
Bought 1000 TOMO @ 9.57 -9579.99
Bought 290 DCP @ 18.01 -5232.89
Bought 322 DCP @ 18.05 -5812.1
Bought 211 DCP @ 18.05 -3818.54
Bought 1947 DCP @ 18.05 -35153.34
Bought 2300 DCP @ 18.15 -41745
Bought 300 DCP @ 18.0967 -5438.99
Bought 1100 DCP @ 18.05 -19864.99
Sold 999 TOMO @ 9.111 9091.84
Sold 35 WDC @ 30.06 1042.1
Sold 20 BYI @ 34.2206 674.41
Sold 280 DCP @ 17.8701 4993.61
Sold 1959 AXVC @ 0.46 891.14
Bought 700 DCP @ 17.79 -12462.99
Sold 1182 DCP @ 16.9501 20024.91
Bought 730 DCP @ 16.41 -11989.29
Sold 730 DCP @ 16.99 12392.64
Bought 2484 CFC @ 4.83 -12007.71
Bought 2136 CFC @ 4.7199 -10091.7
Bought 1587 CFC @ 4.409 -7007.07
Sold 1587 CFC @ 4.5 7131.47
Bought 481 DCP @ 16.599 -7994.11
Sold 340 BAC @ 26.8412 9125.97
Sold 500 BAC @ 26.84 13419.92
Sold 6188 DCP @ 15.5902 96461.37
Bought 100 KBR @ 15.1 -1519.99
Bought 64 KBR @ 15.13 -968.32
Bought 6400 KBR @ 15.0527 -96337.02
Bought 666 KBR @ 15.029 -10019.3
Bought 350 KBR @ 14.319 -5021.64
Bought 350 KBR @ 14.3499 -5032.46
Sold 200 KBR @ 16.25 3239.99
Sold 3386 KBR @ 16 54175.69
Bought 1331 WDC @ 15.0999 -20107.96
Sold 500 WDC @ 15.29 7634.96
Sold 831 WDC @ 15.28 12697.6
Bought 4100 CBR @ 4.889 -20054.89
Sold 1900 CBR @ 4.9721 9436.96
Sold 2200 CBR @ 4.95 10889.93
Sold 4343 KBR @ 17.4 75557.78
Bought 400 XL @ 10.4399 -4185.95
Bought 600 XL @ 10.47 -6282
Sold 999 XL @ 10.52 10499.43
Bought 40000 F @ 2.4639 -98567.59
Sold 39999 F @ 2.49 99586.96
Bought 6250 KBR @ 15.747 -98428.49
Bought 100 KBR @ 15.42 -1542
Bought 1400 KBR @ 15.4021 -21563
Bought 200 KBR @ 15.37 -3083.99
Bought 200 KBR @ 15.43 -3086
Sold 3227 KBR @ 15.6205 50397.2
Sold 2400 KBR @ 15.6617 37587.79
Sold 50 KBR @ 15.66 773
Bought 2116 GE @ 18.9 -40002.39
Sold 2115 GE @ 18.94 40047.88
Bought 2645 KBR @ 15.2 -40213.99
Sold 2645 KBR @ 15.6 41251.77
Bought 2600 KBR @ 15.15 -39399.99
Sold 2600 KBR @ 15.25 39639.78
Bought 1769 MSFT @ 22.5999 -39989.21
Sold 1768 MSFT @ 22.66 40052.66
Sold 2473 KBR @ 15.74 38914.81
Sold Short 100 KBR @ 16.7701 1667.01
Bought to Cover 100 KBR @ 16.5299 -1662.98
Sold Short 100 KBR @ 16.4001 1630.01
Sold Short 100 HAL @ 21.3301 2123
Sold Short 20 COP @ 53.9006 1068.01
Sold Short 100 KBR @ 16.9301 1683.01
Bought to Cover 100 HAL @ 20.0399 -2013.98
Bought 672 WDC @ 15.1299 -10177.28
Bought 431 MSFT @ 23.119 -9974.28
Bought 509 GE @ 19.509 -9940.07
Bought 512 HAL @ 19.5299 -10009.3
Bought 4065 F @ 2.4699 -10050.05
Bought to Cover 20 COP @ 53.2994 -1075.98
Sold Short 2985 KBR @ 16.751 49991.48
Sold Short 129 KBR @ 17.32 2234.26
Sold Short 1600 KBR @ 17.3531 27754.86
Sold 4065 F @ 2.48 10071.15
Bought to Cover 1729 KBR @ 17.2 -29748.79
Sold 509 GE @ 19.9701 10154.73
Bought to Cover 2985 KBR @ 17.3 -51650.49
Bought 1890 F @ 2.2299 -4214.51
Bought 2600 F @ 2.23 -5807.99
Bought to Cover 200 KBR @ 16.865 -3382.99
Bought 453 BYI @ 22.0499 -9998.59
Bought 190 COP @ 53.8699 -10245.27
Bought 9302 F @ 2.1699 -20194.4
Bought 1176 KBR @ 16.6499 -19590.27
Sold 5030 F @ 2.25 11307.44
Sold 3350 F @ 1.92 6421.97
Sold 5412 F @ 1.921 10396.39
Bought 1491 KBR @ 13.3698 -19944.36
Bought 450 KBR @ 13.4397 -6057.86
Bought 4250 AXVC @ 0.2 -859.99
Bought 1672 KBR @ 11.9564 -20001.11
Sold 432 MSFT @ 21.9001 9450.79
Sold 672 WDC @ 13.6701 9176.26
Sold 189 COP @ 46.6001 8797.38
Sold 511 HAL @ 16.5401 8441.95
Sold 453 BYI @ 15.9301 7206.3
Bought 2954 KBR @ 12.32 -36393.28
Bought 700 KBR @ 12.31 -8626.99
Sold 8443 KBR @ 15.4 130011.48
Bought 3881 MDR @ 16.81 -65249.6
Bought 3513 MDR @ 16.846 -59190.09
Bought 368 MDR @ 16.9 -6219.2
Sold 259 MDR @ 16.87 4369.3
Sold 3622 MDR @ 16.88 61129.02
Sold Short 3081 MDR @ 16.85 51914.55
Sold Short 800 MDR @ 16.86 13477.93
Bought to Cover 3881 MDR @ 16.659 -64663.57
Bought 100 FLR @ 40.0875 -4008.75
Bought 1322 FLR @ 40.09 -52998.98
Bought 200 FLR @ 40.0775 -8025.49
Sold 1300 FLR @ 41.6746 54166.71
Sold 321 FLR @ 41.62 13359.94
Bought 6000 MDR @ 9.6492 -57905.01
Bought 1000 MDR @ 10.005 -10014.99
Sold Short 1000 MDR @ 9.89 9879.95
Bought to Cover 1000 MDR @ 9.9884 -9998.39
Bought 1000 MDR @ 10.0599 -10069.89
Bought 719 DRYS @ 13.89 -9996.9
Sold 719 DRYS @ 9.1 6532.87
Sold 4251 AXVC @ 0.11 457.61
Sold 1200 MDR @ 7.21 8651.95
Sold 800 MDR @ 7.22 5765.97
Sold 2000 MDR @ 8 15989.92
Bought 600 MDR @ 7.095 -4266.99
Bought 814 MDR @ 7.11 -5787.54
Sold 1000 MDR @ 6.45 6439.97
Sold 300 MDR @ 6.4025 1910.74
Sold 700 MDR @ 6.4001 4480.04
Sold 100 MDR @ 6.42 632
Sold 2594 MDR @ 6.3966 16592.55
Sold 4600 MDR @ 6.4174 29519.82
Sold Short 103 DCP @ 11.05 1138.14
Sold Short 200 DCP @ 11.09 2217.98
Sold Short 200 DCP @ 11.11 2221.98
Sold Short 200 DCP @ 11.12 2223.98
Sold Short 200 DCP @ 11.15 2219.99
Sold Short 500 DCP @ 11.08 5539.96
Sold Short 700 DCP @ 11.07 7748.95
Sold Short 269 DCP @ 11.4101 3069.3
Sold Short 600 DCP @ 11.4117 6836.97
Bought 1200 DRYS @ 4.52 -5433.99
Sold 1200 DRYS @ 4.522 5416.37
Bought 1100 DRYS @ 4.65 -5124.99
Sold 399 DRYS @ 4.78 1907.2
Sold 700 DRYS @ 4.79 3342.99
Bought to Cover 1400 DCP @ 13.1207 -18378.98
Bought to Cover 1572 DCP @ 13.17 -20703.24
Bought 5200 DRYS @ 4.8799 -25385.47
Sold 5200 DRYS @ 5.1301 26666.38
Bought 29101 SIRI @ 0.15 -4365.15
Bought 70899 SIRI @ 0.1498 -10632.08
Sold 601 SIRI @ 0.16 96.15
Sold 99399 SIRI @ 0.1499 14889.83
Bought 5000 DRYS @ 4.5999 -23009.49
Bought 5000 DRYS @ 4.5399 -22709.49
Sold 10000 DRYS @ 4.55 45489.75
Bought 6666 C @ 6 -40005.99
Sold 6665 C @ 6.1 40646.28
Bought 8888 DRYS @ 4.54 -40361.51
Sold 3985 DRYS @ 4.55 18121.65
Sold 4815 DRYS @ 4.55 21898.13
Sold 88 DRYS @ 5.55 478.4
Bought 20000 FNM @ 1.17 -23409.99
Sold 19999 FNM @ 1.19 23788.68

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11 Responses to “Behold the Matrix 9 months in the life of a part time trader the Siren calls”

  1. Cannon's Canon Says:

    glad to see you didn’t take too big a bath with CFC. on the down-low, that’s my old firm. i closed my eyes during the sale, but it could have always been worse.

    i got into jim cramer’s show on cnbc when the market legitimately began to pique my interest – can’t remember exactly when, but after his part with kudlow. the reviews are true: like all of CNBC: too smart for joe public, too dumb for a real player. i am proud to have graduated, and that was with his influence – not from his predictions, but by his enthusiasm.

    cramer got skull-fucked for the hipster audience on the daily show earlier this year. he works for GE Capital and brings nothing useful to the table on his nightly show. that being established, he advertises much fruitful base instinct through his books, which should be government-mandated reading. cramer made more money during his many industrious years than he has figured he needs to support a beta male-idealized family (apparently he also started banging one of his cute “correspondents”… caution into the wind!!). that he has been made a pop-culture villain disgusts me and inspires me to such regard!

  2. gunslingergregi Says:

    Think I made money on them actually when they got absorbed by bac. Mua Mua hahahahaahah

    lol dude guys who choose market to get rich are doing it to pit themselves against the game.

    There are a million easier ways to get rich lol

    My theory is that people that want to get rich do not just want to go through the motions. They have an inner checklist sometimes of how they want to do it. I have hamstrung myself in almost every way. Don’t know if really intentional but I do know that I should be feeling worthy after the life I have lived. Hopefully enough. Sick thing is when you get on top you forget a lot of what it was like to be on bottom. Still have more empathy than someone who never was though I would think. Kind of like I always wanted to know what it would be like to work in a warhouse. Well I did. Excelled at that too. I was loading 1600 boxes and 58 pallets or so a day. I was filling entire semi trucks in 7 and a half hours. I am proud of that shit. I had 127 percent average over qouta of 80 percent. Yea I got paid shit. I was able to excel at it though. I became a trainer and retrained all the guys on how to properly load a truck. I had the second highest average. The other dude never loaded his shit solid though he started half way. My trucks went out from back to front fully loaded. No air pockets. Somtims it is nice to be able to try the shit and pick up experiences and excel at some different things. Gives that back up to inner game. All I got to do is treat market like loading cash into a truck think be ok.

  3. Pupu Says:

    Gunny,

    Without the purchase price of a bunch of stocks you sold and the future sell price of CFC, Pupu couldn’t tell how well you are doing. But cash flow wise, you are doing well, about $70 grand ahead.

  4. gunslingergregi Says:

    That is why the siren calls. Future post will be on what happened when it exploded and what I learned from it. he he he

    CFC got absorbed and turned into BAC

  5. Pupu Says:

    For the trades you cleared in the period, you are at a near $50 grand loss 😦

  6. gunslingergregi Says:

    yea it was ochie turned into more like 90 grand loss. I always thought it would take 80k to get my masters degree in stock market but so far has cost around 125k. he he he

  7. gunslingergregi Says:

    4 months day trading made 33 percent in each 2 month period. Then had the jump long on kbr. Had the long on dcp crazyness. Then went long mdr. These where all times I went margin as well. Which I used to make fun of people for going margin like how the fuck can you do that isn’t having the original money enough. I wondered how they could be so greedy. That is why I try my best not to make fun of people. Since yea it can happen to you.

  8. Pupu Says:

    yea, bad luck happens. Pupu knows it well. But there is no reason not considering that master degree. It’ll qualify you for a well paid job with lower risks while financing your higher risk hobbies. Who knows, you may even decide to write a novel in your spare time, something like Bringing down the House.

  9. gunslingergregi Says:

    The part I am trying to figure out about my life is that in november again for the third time I had a 100k which is enough for me to retire on. Yet I went for 200k. Obviously it is not about money as I originally thought. Since 100k gets me about 40k per year if I get 20 rice fields. And I could save off of that. Why I am trying to figure out why I need to do it in market. Is it a challenge I just need to beat just because I have invested so much time. Or do I need to beat it because it is on my checklist in life.

  10. gunslingergregi Says:

    well pupu it would not be a paper masters from a school he he he
    A masters degree to my own eyes in my own soul.

  11. gunslingergregi Says:

    I am thinking Lois Lamore walking drum type novel but non fiction. he he he

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