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Here’s a list of best articles we’ve published. We hope you enjoy them and prosper from them!
This Week’s Top Lessons
Not Dead, Can’t Quit: No Limit Thinking with Navy Seal Vet Richard Machowicz For Memorial Day weekend, we at TradingMarkets would like to reintroduce you to former Navy SEAL and host of Discovery Channel’s Future Weapons, Richard Machowicz – an intense, hardcore American patriot.
How To Properly Execute Your Trading Strategies Larry Connors shows how to trust your trading strategies, and then how to properly execute them. The more impeccable you are in executing your trading strategy, the more successful you’ll be for many years to come.
Using the Baltic Dry Index As Predictive Tool for The U.S. Stock Market Many investors and traders see the Baltic Dry as a leading economic indicator. Here’s how this esoteric indicator works and how you can apply to improve your market timing.
How I Trade Using Both PowerRatings and Fundamentals Professional trader Richard Miller likes the increased probability of success that comes from buying stocks that meet both fundamental and technical criteria. In this article, he merges his fundamental approach with TradingMarkets PowerRatings to maximize the performance of his trading.
How to Trade Reversals With Fibonacci Retracements Fibonacci Retracements are a way that many traders use to anticipate possible reversals in different markets such as stocks, ETFs, futures and Forex. Here’s one trader’s unique approach to applying them.
Popular Past Articles
Trading and Hedging Risk with Steve Temes of Lincoln Capital, Part 1 and Part 2 Steve Temes has been trading stocks and options successfully for more than 20 years. In this interview, Steve talks about what traders need to do in terms of risk management to deal with the unprecedented levels volatility that has recently hit the markets.
Big Saturday Interview: Andrew Lo of MIT’s Laboratory for Financial Engineering Andrew Lo is the director of the Laboratory for Financial Engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. This weekend, he provides TradingMarkets with his insights on trading and technical analysis. Perhaps most fascinating is Andrew Lo’s discussion of what he calls the Adaptive Market Hypothesis (AMH). Lo calls his AMH “a new view of financial markets from a biological perspective…within an evolutionary framework,” and shows how this way of thinking about market behavior may help to “reconcile many of the apparent contradictions between efficient markets and behavioral expectations.”
Good luck and successful trading!
Eddie Kwong Executive Vice President TradingMarkets