Lessons from the Pros

Dec 12, 2017 Issue

Featured Article

Are Moving Averages Slowing Down Your Trading Performance?

If moving averages are hurting your trading or investing performance and getting you below average results, it’s because that’s exactly what they are designed to do. They are a very popular tool for novice retail traders and investors yet hardly used or thought about by the professional trader/investor. Helping you understand this is the… Read More »


Is Low Risk Trading Possible?

A common perception among the general retail investing and trading public is that in order to garner large profits, you must take on big risk. So where does this view come from? Who perpetuates it? And is it necessarily true that low risk trading isn’t possible? Can Low Risk Trading Result in High Profit? This Read More »


Using Options to Lock In Stock Market Profits – Part 3

In the last two options articles we discussed two different ways to preserve most of the profits from the current bull market, while retaining some upside potential. Those alternatives were: 1. Keep the stock and buy puts as insurance 2. Sell the stock and use a fraction of the money realized for buying call options… Read More »

Education Resource

Managing Medical Expenses Saves Time and Money

Even as responsible adults, we still have a tendency to neglect things. Procrastination is second nature for many of us. Various things take up our time and attention, like raising a family and going to work, and if we’re lucky, we have a little free time to spare. Though we all buy health insurance… Read More »