There is more good news for traders and investors interested in enrolling (and re-enrolling) in the Fall 2010 TradingMarkets Swing Trading College. For one, high probability leveraged ETF trading strategies will be an enhanced focus of this upcoming Swing Trading College class.
Here are a few stocks that The Machine has identified as potential trend following candidates. Traders and investors interested in trend trades should keep an eye on stocks like these.
What makes the trend following strategies in The Machine so powerful? Here’s a example of how The Machine helped traders and investors spot potential opportunities in quality stocks, like FISV. Plus save your place in our next free webinar on The Machine.
In this special webinar, Larry Connors shows how a growing community of traders and investors are managing their money with The Machine. Find out how to join Larry Connors at his next free webinar on The Machine, and learn how to manage your money using quantified, backtested trading strategies for stocks and ETFs.
Mixed, rangebound, backing and filling. Whichever you want to call it, the market remains in a wide range…and for the most part, squarely in the middle. Here’s Gary Kaltbaum’s break down of the market and what to keep an eye on.
Are protective stops helping you to make money? Or are you getting stopped out only to see the market then rise to higher levels? The truth is — stops hurt your stock trading performance. Check out this study, which sheds some light on the downside of using stops.
When the consumer confidence index is low, no doubt the markets will react. The only question is, how big will the reaction be? Larry Levin explains what the index is based on, what impacts the numbers and how the market is affected.
Walter Peters says he’s heard from hundreds of traders around the globe, and there is one problem that is extremely common: trading too often. Here he explains how avoiding this pitfall can drastically increase your profits and, quite often, the number of winning trades.
Charles Kirk, trader and publisher of The Kirk Report, is one of the lucky few who spend his days not toiling for a boss or haggling with co-workers, but instead by trading stocks. Here he gives us some insight into his work as a trader and his writing at The Kirk Report.
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