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Old 03-23-2008, 08:14 AM   #21
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Old 03-23-2008, 08:57 AM   #22
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This is usually how I find out that it's a holiday. I take a look at the market daily graph, and when it shows a full day instead of a few hours, I check my watch to see if it's Saturday or Sunday. If not, I ask DW "Hey, is it some kind of a holiday today?"
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This is usually how I find out that it's a holiday. I take a look at the market daily graph, and when it shows a full day instead of a few hours, I check my watch to see if it's Saturday or Sunday. If not, I ask DW "Hey, is it some kind of a holiday today?"
Then you have to figure out what kind of holiday it is:

NYSE closed?
Schools closed?
Local government offices closed?
Trash pick up?
Mail delivery?
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Jeepers, I just misread the thread title as "NYSE Closed For Good.....Friday".
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Jeepers, I just misread the thread title as "NYSE Closed For Good.....Friday".
I'll bet THAT opened your eyes pretty widely this morning!!
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I've been wondering why the NYSE is closed, too. It's not a federal holiday, and they don't seem like a particularly religious bunch.
Well, without them, your investments aren't worth much.....kind of a necessary evil.........
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