Securities that rise or fall multiple days in a row tend to reverse a high percentage of the time (oftentimes over 80% of the time).
Recently we’ve been working on a strategy for shorting stocks using ConnorsRSI as one of the primary indicators. You can find complete details in one of our quantified Strategy Guidebook: Short Selling Stocks with ConnorsRSI, but the basic idea is to use a limit order to short stocks that have achieved both an oversold ConnorsRSI… [Read More]
Learn how to successfully trade options from veteran trader Michael Kopera in our new in-depth options trading series. Join us as we explore the fundamentals of trading options in this first installment.
Join Michael Kopera in the final installment of our options trading series as he examines the last set of comparative trades and provides insights from his personal experience with the options market.
For the 5th part to our options trading series, Michael Kopera expands upon the strategy comparisons by looking at a winning trade and analyzing how it fared against trading the underlying security.
Michael Kopera dives down into the trading results between using the options trading strategies weÆve previously covered and trading the underlying security in this latest installment of our options trading series.
In part 3 of our Options Trading series, Michael Kopera lays out the fundamental trading strategies and comprehensively explores their individual traits.
Join Michael Kopera in this latest installment of our options trading series as he covers the vital indicators for measuring the sensitivity of an optionÆs price – The Greeks.
Now that we’ve covered the initial basics of what swing trading is, and covered why buying above the 200-day moving average is so important, we can move forward to another core rule of successful swing trading: buying on pullbacks. To briefly summarize – a pullback refers to a market closing lower than it did the… [Read More]
One of the fundamental ideas we base our research around is the relatively static nature of the ‘human factor’, or more simply that human behavior rarely changes. What changes are the markets, and we are buying and selling at extreme moments of either fear (we’re buying) or greed (we’re selling). There are two extremes on… [Read More]