In John Nyaradi’s view, the best use of the VIX is to view it in concert with other indicators to confirm a suspected trend or change in direction. Here’s how he uses the VIX to stay on the right side of the markets.
The Dow Theory has been around for almost 100 years, so in today’s volatile market will its methodology still hold true? John Nyaradi puts the Dow Theory to the test.
Clearly greed and fear have been active players in this extreme market action and so it’s a good time to examine these two emotional factors and their role in trading today’s markets.
Many investors and traders see the Baltic Dry as a leading economic indicator. Here’s how this esoteric and unusual indicator works and what it might mean going forward.
As with any investment, it is important to educate yourself and have a sound plan before going into battle. John Nyaradi takes a look at a series of Direxion Shares exchange traded funds to show active traders the full menu of trading opportunities available.
TradingMarkets contributing writer John Nyaradi gives a lesson on how to use the stochastic oscillator to keep up with fast moving and volatile trading range markets
The sky is almost the limit when it comes to new alternatives for investors. With new flexibility offered by exchange traded funds, knowledgeable investors have more opportunities than ever to seek profits during market declines.
Professional traders like John Nyaradi have found the momentum indicator to be most valuable for determining the general direction of stock prices. Nyaradi’s strategies will show you how to refine your entries, exits and preserve profits.
In this article, John Nyaradi shares his 8 reasons for trading exchange traded funds and what they can do for your portfolio.
The bear market is here and it’s painful. Here are some ways you can reduce your market exposure with bear market ETFs.