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Putting the Puzzle Together

In this article, Sam continues to beat the drum for supply and demand analysis. This time, he takes it to the next level, helping you to add some key concepts about identifying institution/bank supply and demand levels to your trading tool kit. Read More »

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Measuring the Gap Fill

There are a lot of gaps on stocks listed in the Indian markets. This week Brandon explains that knowledge of how to trade the gaps can be extremely beneficial for traders willing to take on certain risks to increase their potential profit. Read More »

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No One Cares More Than You Do

Last week the web was abuzz about a Goldman Sachs executive who posted his resignation in the New York Times, due to his dissatisfaction with how that brokerage was treating their customers. Brandon reminds us that even if you are happy with your brokerage firm, that no one cares as much about your success as you yourself do, and getting a trading education is the way to secure your future. Read More »

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Filtering Through the Indicator Pipeline

It can be hazardous to take too many trades without the correct level of planning and discipline. Passing on trades, as well as actually taking trades, is all part of the process in attaining and maintaining consistency in the markets. This week Sam gives us a couple ways to use technical indicators as decision support tools, as opposed to decision making tools, in order that we don’t overtrade. Read More »

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A Lesson from a Losing Trade

Awe, the perfect trade. Or so you thought. Josip analyzes one such trade. He reminds us that even if you do lose money on a trade, do not lose the valuable lesson that a losing trade can hold. Read More »

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Want to Improve your Trading Results? Think Like a Sleuth

Like a sleuth following the clues of the market, the strong trader relies on facts, not hearsay, rumor or innuendo. The market always leaves clues, but most traders are too busy looking for confirmatory information thus losing their objectivity. Gabe reminds us this week that any good detective will tell you that they only rely on the facts, and never on what people tell them, and so it is with trading. Read More »

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Real Estate Agent, Broker, Realtor or Commercial Broker

The general public tends to often use the titles of real estate professionals interchangeably. But these titles indicate important differences in education, professional affiliation, and specialty. This week Diana sheds light on the differences between these titles. Read More »

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Improving Trading Follow-through Means Downloading New Habits

Effective trading requires that you are consistent in “how” you execute your strategies. Doing the same “effective” behavior over and over in order to have a “how” (perhaps a checklist) that is matched to high probability strategies will create a positive pattern. This week Dr. Woody outlines a trading day checklist that will help you develop successful trading habits. Read More »

March 27, 2012