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Chuck Hughes

Chuck Hughes

ChuckHughes.com

A Simple Low-Risk, High Probability Options Strategy

Stocks in a price up trend do not advance in a straight line. There are always price corrections or retrenchments along the way. Like the tide there is an ebb and flow in the price movements in stocks. This is the natural order of the markets . . . stocks advance and then the price declines inevitably as profit taking occurs.

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Geoff Smith

Geoff Smith

DTItrader.com

A Simple Way to Generate Consistent Income

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 stock.  It is kind of interesting that it is 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 options 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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Stephen Bigalow

Stephen Bigalow

CandlestickForum.com

How Candlestick Signals Can Keep You on the Right Side of a Trend

In this short video, I am going to demonstrate that if you if you properly identify trend analysis with candlestick signals, you are essentially stacking all of the probabilities in your favor.

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Steven Place

Steven Place

InvestingWithOptions.com

How to Gain an Edge with the Moon Setup

Tired of Being Chopped Up To Death?

Tell me if you’ve heard of this. You’ve put in the work. You found your favorite stock, double-checked the fundamentals, triple-checked your favorite technical indicator…

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Ron Haydt

Ron Haydt

FinanChill.com

See Which Stocks are Set to Soar & Crash Next

Knowing which stocks are set to soar or crash can be the difference between having another so-so year or an amazing year.  In this short video, we'll show you the best performing stocks based on three words... Proven Track Records.

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Roger Scott

Roger Scott

WealthPress.com

Experience Explosive Growth with 16-Hour Jump Trades

What would you do with an extra $8,830per month...EVERY month?

How would that affect your life? Would you pay off your mortgage faster? Pay for your child's college education? Buy that exotic car you always wanted?

 

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Larry Gaines

Larry Gaines

PowerCycleTrading.com

A High Powered Trade Setup that Works in Any Market Condition

After decades of trading, most all major markets, I've learned that the key to trading success, in any type of market environment, usually starts out with  market direction but there is one trading strategy that is equally likely to profit whether the market you're trading goes up, down or sideways.

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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.

My favorite method for predicting a market turn is to watch for divergence on the weekly and monthly charts.

Let's look at an example from the currency market, and then the stock market.

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Vince Vora

Vince Vora

TradingWins.com

An Easy Strategy for Trading Volatile Markets

In this video, I am going to show you how to deploy an easy to use strategy that works in any market, and in any time frame. In fact, it also works quite well with Options. It is purely based on technical analysis, and not on fundamentals.

This strategy is based on the Guppy Multiple Moving Average (GMMA), which identifies changing trends by combining two groups of moving averages with differng time periods. The term gets its name from Daryl Guppy, an Australian trader who is credited with the indicator's development.

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