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Why you have to take every entry signal
4 days ago by Michael Martin @ MartinKronicle

Subscribe to the show So let’s say you get five signals. You don’t know which one to take. Will you take all of them with the requisite amount of risk that you’re willing to take, then you let the market activity unfold. The market will tell you which one’s going to be the best one. […]The post Why you have to take every entry signal appeared first on MartinKronicle.

Sell Patterns That Lead To Buying Opportunity | Leslie Jouflas | Your Daily Five (07.07.2020)
3 days ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Leslie walks us through sell patterns using $SPX and Emini charts to illustrate said patterns. Included is the "Butterfly Pattern" which includes the Fibonacci Ratio. She finishes up with the "Fear and Greed" index which gauges "What emotion is driving the market now." Connect with Leslie at www.tradingliveonline.com–––––Enjoy this video? Subscribe to StockCharts on YouTube to watch more great content from top financial experts, with new content posted daily: https://tinyurl.com/wvet7qj See what better financial charting can do for you!Start your FREE 1-month trial today at https://stockcharts.comFOLLOW USTwitter: https://tinyurl.com/tt7429eFacebook: https://tinyurl.com/w2fsb42LinkedIn: https://tinyurl.com/t7u9568ABOUT STOCKCHARTSStockCharts.com is the web's leading technical analysis and financial charting platform. Trusted by millions of online investors around the world, the company has been an industry leader in the financial technology space for more than two d...

Why Is Process So Important To Trading?
4 days ago by Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. @ TraderFeed

When I wrote my book Trading Psychology 2.0, I chose the subtitle:  From Best Practices To Best Processes.As traders, ...

How new traders can improve their odds of success (dramatically)
5 days ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital

In this video, learn how new traders can improve their odds of success (dramatically). If you are a new trader listen to two veteran traders, trading coaches and trading authors share what is essential to succeed as a trader. Let’s get to work on sharing this game-changing wisdom to help you improve your trading. * no relevant positionsThe post How new traders can improve their odds of success (dramatically) appeared first on SMB Training Blog.

Master The McClellan Oscillator | Tom McClellan | Your Daily Five (06.18.20)
22 days ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

We are happy to welcome back Tom McClellan as your host on the "Your Daily Five" today. In this episode, he breaks down how the McClellan Oscillator developed, and what it is telling us. How the indicator was developed: 0:35Overbought or oversold readings: 1:36 Simple and Complex structures 3:11 McClellan Summation Index 6:43Connect with Tom at www.mcoscillator.com Twitter @mcclellanosc–––––Enjoy this video? Subscribe to StockCharts on YouTube to watch more great content from top financial experts, with new content posted daily: https://tinyurl.com/wvet7qj See what better financial charting can do for you!Start your FREE 1-month trial today at https://stockcharts.comFOLLOW USTwitter: https://tinyurl.com/tt7429eFacebook: https://tinyurl.com/w2fsb42LinkedIn: https://tinyurl.com/t7u9568ABOUT STOCKCHARTSStockCharts.com is the web's leading technical analysis and financial charting platform. Trusted by millions of online investors around the world, the company has...

It’s Your Fault
25 days ago by Michael Martin @ MartinKronicle

Nothing happens randomly. You decide that you want to trade voluntarily. Whatever happens after that is your responsibility regardless of the outcome. The best traders I have known over the years are the ones who live in a paradigm of personal responsibility. Let go of judgment of yourself and others and […]

Frothy trading in bankrupt companies, penny stocks sent red flags that a pullback was due
30 days ago by

Bubbly price moves in the stocks of bankrupt companies, a jump in the number of bullish investors and surging activity by small investors in stock options are all signs that the stock market may have run too far, too quickly. There’s even been a big rally in stocks trading under $1 per share, which racked up an average gain of nearly 80% in the past week.

Robinhood and Its Merry Traders Lean In
about 1 month ago by

New retail investors have been trading heavily in some risky stocks.

Key Overbought Signal Hit Historic Highs - A Bullish Sign For Stocks
about 1 month ago by Dr. Duru

The percentage of stocks trading above their respective 40-day moving averages has only been this high three other periods since 1986. Each period was a bullish rebound from a market sell-off, crash, and/or recession. The S&P 500 followed each period with more gains and ended the year in even stronger position - this time should rhyme even if not exactly repeat.

Money Management, Perfectionism and Sleeping Well | Price Headley | Behind The Charts (06.08.20)
about 1 month ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

David sat down with Price Headley, President of BigTrends.com, at the MoneyShow in Orlando. David and Price talk about a number of interesting topics, including; massive perfectionism as a weakness in investors and how to deal with being "wrong", they also discuss how to think of options trading related to time and how position sizing can help options traders sleep well at night.

Lean Into The Silliness…$JETS and $BETZ
about 1 month ago by Howard Lindzon @ Howard Lindzon

It feels like ‘do the opposite’ at this point in the rally.Matt Levine at Bloomberg had a great riff on the markets yesterday, specifically on $JETS:The US Global Jets exchange-traded fund, known by its ticker symbol “JETS,” had $33 million of assets in early March; now it has over $1 billion. To what does JETS’s CEO attribute his fund’s runaway success? Boredom:Much of that explosive growth in assets can be credited to day traders looking to “catch the bottom” in airline stocks, according to Frank Holmes, chief executive officer of JETS issuer U.S.Continue rea...

Long-term Breadth Signals Fall Short | Arthur Hill, CMT | Next Level Charting (06.04.20)
about 1 month ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

There is plenty of short-term, and even medium-term, strength in the stock market, but the current advance has yet to turn the longer term breadth indicators bullish. Today we will look at individual breadth signals in the %Above 50-day SMA, %Above 150-day SMA and %Above 200-day SMA. I will then combine these to form a composite indicator and quantify results with a 17+ year back-test.

Why defense is more important that offense
about 1 month ago by Michael Martin @ MartinKronicle

Subscribe to the show Amateurs and the uninitiated come to the market with dollar signs in their eyes and quickly find out that they lose more than then win. In my experience they are initially drawn to the markets for the excitement and the promise of making money. They think in terms of dollar signs, […]The post Why defense is more important that offense appeared first on MartinKronicle.

Why entry prices matter to make quality stock trades ($MRNA)
about 1 month ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital

In this video learn why entry prices matter to make quality stock trades. See how a junior trader creates an AntiPlayBook Trade, in this case with a poor entry price, to help eliminate his bad trading and bad trades that are holding him back as a trader. * no relevant positionsThe post Why entry prices matter to make quality stock trades ($MRNA) appeared first on SMB Training Blog.

How to be in the right place at the right time
about 1 month ago by Michael Martin @ MartinKronicle

Subscribe to the show. Stop orders put you in the right place at the right time with the appropriate amount of risk. Put your Buy Stops in above the market and let the market come to you. This will help you stop chasing markets that might eventually stall. And if you don’t get filled, come […]The post How to be in the right place at the right time appeared first on MartinKronicle.

All the Stocks Are the Same Now
about 1 month ago by Matt Levine @ Bloomberg View

Also insider trading and virtual roadshows.


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