If you want to read a book available on Kindle, such as my Truth About ETF Rotation e-book, you have several choices. Of course you can just buy the top-of-the-line Kindle Fire HD. Or, if you’re looking for a zero dollar option, because maybe you just want to check out an e-book that’s being offered • Read More »
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OptionsHouse gave me this Dell Monitor for opening an account with them. Its very sweet! I got so excited that I arranged for my company to become an affiliate and offer these monitors too.
Last week I wrote an article about a situation that often stymies traders who are serious about learning a discretionary strategy. During forward-testing, many tools inadvertantly give clues as to what the next bar will do, rendering the effort useless. One tool, however, presents a clean view of the chart at all times. That tool • Read More »
Many of the tools I’ve tried subtly spoil the surprise when used for forward-testing. What I mean by forward-testing is taking a chart, scrolling back in time – without peeking! – and then stepping forward one bar at a time. The purpose of the exercise is to try out a discretionary trading strategy in a safe environment. • Read More »
Catching up on guidance from a master trader in four quick minutes. Click the links to watch the one-minute videos and get grounded with a solid approach to trading. Lesson 5 encourages focus. Lesson 6 is my favorite. Click here to follow up with more information on how to get this step done right! Lesson 7 is a • Read More »
Watching the football teams psych up for the playoffs today, I’m reminded how big a factor emotion can be! In sports and many other competitve endeavors we strive to pump ourselves up emotionally to win. Check out this video by Adam Hewison to see how dangerous those same emotions can be to your trading.
Adam Hewison’s Minute 3 video (click here to watch) suggests traders choose between technical and fundamental information for their trading decisions. I have to ask: How about using what works? We have the technology now to check out how well each of the different types of data performed in the past. You can look at the • Read More »
In the 2nd Market Club Minute, Adam Hewison talks about a key decision you need to make as a trader – choosing a time frame. Click here to watch his 1-minute video. One way to facilitate that decision is to list the types of traders and their time frames: Buy and Hold Investor – forever Active • Read More »
I just watched a video lecture by Jack Swager, author of trading classics Market Wizards and The New Market Wizards. If you haven’t heard of them, in each book Schwager interviews top traders and picks their brains about trading, the markets, and what made them successful. The reasons these works are revered as classics is not because he gets • Read More »