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Serge Berger

Serge Berger

TheSteadyTrader.com

The 6 Keys for Successful Trading and Active Investing

You may want to trade or actively invest your money because of your interest in the financial markets and strong aspirations of becoming a trader and investor and living a life of financial freedom. Or you may want to trade because you’ve earned enough money and now want to be free of a boss, enjoy life, and yet still earn an income. Whatever the reason for being interested in this lifestyle, this profession if approached the right way will allow you to actively manage money in all market situations while having the freedom to work for yourself. You will want to be a student of the markets and gain an appreciation for some of the things that are critical for success.  Proper mindset, strict money management, and trading/investing with a clear plan are a few of the more important aspects to focus on when actively participating in the markets.

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Geoffrey Smith

Geoffrey Smith

DTItrader.com

A Trading Strategy that Covers Your Living Expenses

The cost of living is expensive.  Think back 20 or so years and see if you can remember what you thought it would cost to send your kids to college, or what the price of groceries would be.  Are your utilities higher?  Between currency devaluation and inflation, things cost much more now than what we expected.

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Stephen Bigalow

Stephen Bigalow

CandlestickForum.com

Moving Averages with Candlestick Analysis

Combining Moving Averages and Candlestick Analysis is “Profit-Making Magic.”

I recently added quite a few “new and improved” innovations to the so-called “classic” Japanese Candlestick methodology. Through more than three decades of intense study and analysis of candlestick patterns, I discovered a set of entirely new candlestick trading techniques which make the basic methodology even more powerful.

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Ron Jaenisch

Ron Jaenisch

AndrewsCourse.com

Using Andrews Divergence to Find Reversal Points

Times were very different a hundred years ago. If one had the inclination and the intelligence, it was possible to attend and graduate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University at the same time.

This is what Alan Hall Andrews did. He received his education in what was “high tech” back then, aeronautical engineering.  

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Geoff Bysshe

Geoff Bysshe

MarketGauge.com

How To Buy Low for Bigger Profits, Less Stress, and More Enjoyable Trading

You’re about to discover a focused approach to anticipating the markets’ next move, along with trading tactics that lead to immediate profits and trade entries you can be confident in trading whether you are a new trader or have years of experience.

Think about how you feel, and how you tend to trade, when a new trade is substantially profitable immediately after you enter it. Now contrast that feeling with how you feel, and tend to trade, when the market is about to close and you’ve been in a trade for a few hours that is trading at a loss.

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Jody Samuels

Jody Samuels

FXTradersEdge.com

1-2-3 Method for Trading

Today we are going to talk about the transactions of the foreign exchange market known as the spot market. This market involves a worldwide electronic network of banks, brokers and other financial intermediaries.

Unlike the stock exchange markets, Forex has no physical location – it’s completely electronic. This ensures that transactions happen in seconds directly with the market makers. All profits are settled immediately in cash.

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Steve Primo

Steve Primo

SpecialistTrading.com

The Right Way to Trade Tops and Bottoms

Have you ever wondered why most traders consistently lose money? There are several reasons why this happens, but it’s usually because traders follow some outside system they picked up somewhere, and followed it blindly.

It may work for a while, until it ultimately fails. Some traders can make five or six successful trades, and give all of their money back on the seventh trade.

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Geoffrey A. Smith

Geoffrey A. Smith

DTItrader.com

Minimize Risk and Maximize Gains with Options

There are many ways to trade options or use options in trading.  Many people trade options for the sole reason that they are much cheaper than trading stocks.  It is interesting that it’s rare to find an options trader that would ever buy a stock, or a stock trader that would ever buy an option.  I believe that both camps are wrong.  You need to be able to trade both, or at least take advantage of both.  The reason for this is that if you trade stock, you can minimize risk and maximize gain using options.  If you trade options, you do not get the full benefit of the stock’s move if you are right, and you “run the risk” of being assigned the stock, which scares option traders, and it shouldn’t.  I’m not going to get into the fundamentals of options, but let’s digress for a paragraph or two to get some understanding before we talk about the strategy I want you to learn.

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Peter Schultz

Peter Schultz

CashFlowHeavenPublishing.com

How to Retire in 5 Years or Less on $13,000 per Month, Tax Free

s it really possible to retire in five years or less on $13,000 per month, tax-free? At Cashflow Heaven, that’s exactly what we teach. What we do is teach people how to safely and effectively generate cash flow from the stock market, tax-free. Once you learn how to do that, you can literally create an income—and perhaps even financial independence—from anywhere in the world you can find an Internet connection.

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