Trading psychology is not an area I usually venture into, but today is an exception. I’m a big believer in mental performance and even recommend three sources to enhance overall performance in my book, Buy The Fear, Sell The Greed. I’ve been fortunate over the years to have gotten to know a number of professional athletes,… [Read More]
Today is Part 6 of our 10-Part Series on Smarter Trading. The topic is “Sell Greed”. The following is an excerpt from one of the chapters in Buy the Fear, Sell the Greed – 7 Behavioral Quant Strategies for Traders. The actual strategy it refers to at the beginning is called “CRASH”, a strategy that was… [Read More]
In this issue of the Connors Research Traders Journal we’re going to cover Part 4 of our 10 Part Series on 10 Smart Ways To Improve Your Trading. Before we do, I’d like to let you know that I just completed a new book which will be released on Wednesday, June 20. The title is Buy The Fear, Sell… [Read More]
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From the Fed’s QE2 to the crisis in Europe, volatility in the U.S. dollar has been a boon for traders. Kevin Haggerty explains why in today’s commentary.
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Sellers moved into the energy patch, while buyers continued to pour into retail stocks like Aeropostale and Abercrombie and Fitch. Check out our 7 Stocks You Need to Know for more stocks making big moves ahead of trading on Wednesday.
Sellers were most aggressive in the financial sector, with some of the biggest pullbacks in some of the biggest banks. A late intraday rally – and continued strength in retail – helped trim the market’s overall losses ahead of Tuesday’s open.
What is more important to a long term investor: a company’s earnings or a company’s revenues? In Part 2, Harry Domash discusses his own criteria for picking the kind of stocks that are ready to move higher over the long term.
Experts say that 90% of traders consistently lose money in the markets. Nazy Massoud explains how to lead and run your trading business so you don’t become part of these statistics.