Dr. Barry Burns
Why Technical Analysis Indicators are Never Wrong
This brief tutorial demonstrates why charting indicators are always right, which has the tremendous benefit of allowing you to use them to create an objective, rule-based trading method. Why is this? Because indicators are not subjective, they are based on mathematical formulas. Math doesn't fudge outcomes - the same formulas will always generate the same results.Read More
How to Spot the 10 Warning Signs of an Impending Market Crash
Miles of flat dry terrain cover the landscape from east to west and north to south; the grassy plain extends for miles and it is all that the naked eye can see. With keen hearing and close attention to detail, one discerns the muted swishing of the wind as it meanders through the tall vegetation. The scene appears lifeless. Suddenly, a slight movement of the earth is felt; a tiny shake as though a distant rock has fallen or perhaps a tree (but there are no trees). A small cloud appears on the horizon.Read More
A Buffett Secret: Leverage Outside Funds
Everyone knows that “it takes money to make money.”
But not everyone has the money to leverage and, potentially even more significantly, if it is your money you stand to harm yourself and your family by risking it.Read More
4 Steps to Profit from Reversal Trades
Catching a falling knife, standing in front of a speeding train, buy low and sell high, these are just a few of the terms used (some flattering, others not) to describe the art of trading reversals. If successfully identified and executed, it can be one of the most lucrative trades that exist. But the key is how to identify, with consistency, those areas where price action is likely to change course.
I am going to share with you the process I go through to identify those trades that have the best chances for success.Read More
A Closer Look at Gold as a Monthly Income-Producing Investment
2017 has ushered in a new administration, along with a rapid spike of growth in the stock markets. The Dow broke through the 21,000 mark. That’s a 325% increase since the low of 6460 in February 2009. It has been a wild eight-year run-up in all of the equity indices.
But how long can it last?Read More
How to Retire in 5 Years or Less on $13,000 per Month, Tax Free
Is 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.Read More
Deal Yourself Into Profits With Value Areas And Order Flow Sequence Tracking
For $50,000 you can buy into an exclusive game in the VIP room at the Viper. You’ll find yourself seated with Tobey Maguire, Ben Affleck and Leonardo DiCaprio… for starters.
The stakes are high, the company is rarified and they’re always looking for fresh meat to fleece.
Like institutional investors, they’re not interested in hanging out or being friends. They’ve come for your money. How you fork it over is entirely up to you.Read More
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. Others try to time the market, and buy when the market is at its peak, while selling when the markets are low.Read More
Using Missed Pivot Points to Ride the Biggest Trends
Amost every day, the markets will hit or cross the daily pivot point. But what happens if the market misses the pivot?
It can signal the start of a trend that is about to happen.
In this video, we will take a closer look at multiple examples of missed pivot points across many markets.