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Stephen Bigalow

Stephen Bigalow

CandlestickForum.com

How to Eliminate Emotions in Trading

The psychology of investing not only affects individual investors but also affects the market as a whole. Many investors often underestimate or are unaware of the affects that our emotions have on our return on investment. Many well educated and competent traders lose money due to trading anxiety and trading emotions. In today’s article we will discuss various emotions felt everyday by online stock investors and how each emotion affects trading decisions and trading performance.

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Geoffrey A. Smith

Geoffrey A. Smith

DTItrader.com

How to Trade the Opening Bell

When it comes down to it, all traders are trying to answer a question; Long, short, or out? All these tools and techniques are trying to derive the answer to this question.  But with so much information, we may come to the right conclusion, but it may be too late. 

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Larry Gaines

Larry Gaines

PowerCycleTrading.com

A Powerful Winning Breakout Pattern - The Volatility Squeeze

After decades of trading, I saw that there were just a handful of chart patterns that had the highest probability of producing winning trades.

Now, as a trader, it can seem overwhelming when you feel like you have to be an expert at recognizing dozens of chart patterns, along with the best security or EFTs, learning your broker’s platform, accounting for your trades, staying on top of the markets, possibly learning about options, and the list just goes on and on.

For this reason, I like to simply things by focusing on the "Highest Probability Winning Chart Patterns".

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Stephen Bigalow

Stephen Bigalow

CandlestickForum.com

Eliminating Emotions in Trading

The psychology of investing not only affects individual investors but also affects the market as a whole. Many investors often underestimate or are unaware of the affects that our emotions have on our return on investment. Many well educated and competent traders lose money due to trading anxiety and trading emotions. In today’s article we will discuss various emotions felt everyday by online stock investors and how each emotion affects trading decisions and trading performance.

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Roger Scott

Roger Scott

WealthPress.com

Hunting for Short-Term Pullbacks

One of my all-time favorite indicators is the RSI Oscillator, which stands for relative strength index. The RSI is classified as a momentum oscillator, measuring the velocity and magnitude of directional price movements.  

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Rob Booker

Rob Booker

Robcoin.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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Peter Schultz

Peter Schultz

CashflowHeavenPublishing.com

How to Turn Every Friday into a $1,000 Payday by Risking Just $1,500

When it comes to stacking the probabilities, there is no strategy in existence that gives you a better chance of winning than credit spreads; that's why I love them so much. That's why you're going to probably come to love them if you give this strategy any kind of a chance at all, but what we're going to do here is really explain to you why this works so well and how it works. By the end of this article, I think you're going to have a really good understanding.

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Vince Vora

Vince Vora

TradingWins.com

Price Action Trading Strategies

It's always amazing to learn about the habits of successful traders. From the thousands of traders that I've coached over the years, some of these common habits are risk-avoidance, sound money management and the ability to keep emotions in check. But more importantly than having these habits is having the discipline to apply them consistently.

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Geoffrey A. Smith

Geoffrey A. 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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