Human beings generally are 1. impatient and 2. think they know more than they really do. Both of those ‘qualities’ are of great danger in the markets unless one learns how to cope with them. There is one book every trader who wishes success must read on this topic…
Working and trading from home can be challenging as distractions are everywhere and the lack of a structure can lead to an unorganized setting. Here are my three tips for success trading from home.
Italy election uncertainties this morning are reverberating through global markets as the threat of Italy pulling out of the EU is once again on the table. What does this mean for risk assets for the time being?
Is Netflix stock toast now that we closed our bullish trade for profits? That was a question I received from a subscriber yesterday. The answer to this question lies in understanding the time frames within which one is placing trades.
Bearish and bullish reversals are some of the most important concepts to understand for traders. In this video I discuss the bearish reversal and how I find these opportunities.
Stubbornness is a major reason why people lose money in the stock market. In this video I discuss ways to overcome this bad habit.
Moving averages are only as good as the time frame within which you use them. In this video I show you one of my favorite moving averages for gaining important big picture perspective.
Becoming a steadily profitable trader starts by being organized. A clean and organized desk is in first order.
Even in choppy markets one can find good probability buying opportunities if a repeatable top down process is applied.
Entering a trade at the right point in time is important. However, how one exits trades is a crucial aspect of how one’s profitability looks like over time. Watch this video for a profitability trick you can start using immediately….