WEEKLY SPOTLIGHT

Minesh Bhindi

Minesh Bhindi

GoldAndSilverForLife.com

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?

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Richard Lepis

Richard Lepis

AheadOfTheChartsTrading.com

5 Things You Must Know to Day Trade Like a Market Maker

It is no surprise that we are in a time of financial uncertainty. The Fed has been kicking the can down the road with regards to interest rates, the stock market has been reaching all-time highs, and lest we forget, we have a major presidential election mere weeks away.  As a trader, we want to be able to take advantage of this uncertainty and its attendant volatility, trading the market long and short, adapting to the strategies used by smart money in the market. 

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Rob Booker

Rob Booker

RobBooker.com

My Favorite Ways for Predicting Market Turns

It's not easy to predict a market turn. But knowing how to do it is an important part of trading.

Being able to accurately predict a market turn can:

  • Create big trades, at the point where new trends start
  • Help you get out of trades that have gone bad
  • Make you look cool at cocktail parties (LOL)
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Mohan Wolfe

Mohan Wolfe

DayTradersAction.com

6 Essential Ingredients for Winning at Stock Index Trading

After trading the futures markets for 25 years, there are a few things that are certain. Trading futures is a high risk business, and like all trading it will require your full application of skill in the areas of research, practice and live “in the trenches” trading to gain experience and realize success. The rewards can be tremendous if you apply yourself fully to learning the key ingredients described in this article.

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Alan Knuckman

Alan Knuckman

BullsEyeOptions.com

Seven Stupid Mistakes that Smart Investors Make

Quantifying actual dollar risk is the primary, almost single-minded objective for professional investors. They understand the importance of putting probability in their favor while limiting downside exposure.

It is logical to evaluate the worst-case scenario first and determine whether to investigate the opportunity further. Think first about the effect of the investment loss on the account. (The negative mental impact may be great as well, and very difficult to overcome for future opportunities to make money.)

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J. Crawford

J. Crawford

LearnToTradeForProfit.com

Triple Fib Strategy

Today, I wanted to discuss a strategy that I like to use in sideways, churning markets. It's called the Triple Fib Strategy and it uses the power of Fibonacci combined with the power of adding to positions (if you do it right).

If you are a trend trader like me, you typically don't like to see sideways market conditions on the 4hr and Daily charts.

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J. Crawford

J. Crawford

LearnToTradeForProfit.com

The Trend Failure Signal

If you have been following my articles, you have probably realized that I am a KISS (Keep It Super Simple) investor in most scenarios and that includes following the trend in most of my trade decisions.

However, there are situations where a reversal opportunity has a high probability and certainly a positive Risk to Reward opportunity...

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Marc Nicolas

Marc Nicolas

DayTradingZones.com

Day Trading - 12 Key Trading Concepts to Survive and Crush it from a 20 year Trading Veteran

Trading is inherently risky. By following 12 fundamental money management rules you can keep your capital safe while building valuable trading experience.

Our 12 rules to keep you in the 10% winning club vs. 90% of traders who lose money:

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Pat Barham

Pat Barham

TradeTheSystem.com

Power Trading - Overcoming Market Intimidation

Trading.  What an interesting subject.   Almost everything is traded and at some time in your life you most likely have traded something. Even at early ages, did you ever trade your peanut butter and jelly sandwich for a ham sandwich in grade school?   How about your time for a new TV.   A product you made for money.  Your money for something that you live in, drive, sleep on, or eat.  It’s all trading.

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