Lessons from the Pros

Apr 3, 2012 Issue

Featured Article

Long Term Levels

When using supply and demand to identify turning points in a market, a question that comes up often is, “How far back should I look for a supply and demand level?” Sam explains that the proper answer is this: Look back as far as you need to in order to find “fresh” demand and supply. Read More »

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Volatility Play

With March being the end of the fiscal year in India, people will be looking for ways to offset gains they will have to pay taxes on with losses they had. This increased selling can cause the markets to stall in bullish moves like we have recently seen in the Nifty, or simply increase volatility in the market. Brandon explains how trading options can help traders capture profits during this volatile period. Read More »

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How Hot is the Glass?

Understanding how to tell if a supply or demand zone is likely to hold or break is critical for trading, for if we buy or sell at the wrong time, we give up the opportunity to make greater profits, or worse, we lose money. This week Brandon uses the analogy of a hot glass to teach about the strength at which price left the origin of the supply or demand zone. Read More »

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What is the Forex Market?

Rick gives us a brief history of the foreign currency market, and a couple of the reasons it is his favorite market to trade: leverage and 24 hour trading. Read More »

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To Fix or Not to Fix?

To fix or not to fix? That is the question. Josip addresses some of the thought processes an option trader should go through when deciding whether to fix a losing trade or just to take the losses and close it. Read More »

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Who Are You Trading Against?

In this week’s article, Gabe reminds us that trading is a profession that requires training and acquired skills, not just reading a few books and attending a free workshop here and there. If you want to step into the trading arena you had better be competent, because if you’re not, surely somebody that is will take your money. Read More »

Real Estate Article

Is Spending $300 to $500 on a Property Inspection Really Worth It?

This week, Diana urges real estate investors to always request a property inspection. With such a large investment, and to downsize risk, it’s important to know all the variables. After the inspection, you’ll have a better understanding of the property’s needs and its issues. This allows you to make decisions with confidence. Read More »

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Essentials of Trading

What does it take to become a consistently successful trader? Dr. Woody covers several essentials that you must consider in order to ensure that you are not gambling. Read More »