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10 days ago by Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. @ TraderFeed
Recently, I have received an unusually large number of emails and messages from new traders who have been encountering problems--and losses--in their trading. The majority have opened up their own accounts and are trying to learn on their own and eventually make a living from their trading.
11 days ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital
In this webinar, you will learn the good and bad habits that impacted trader performance this past year for our traders. Learn what is working and what is not on our trading desk, from professional traders, to help you grow your trading account.The post How to improve your trading in 2019 appeared first on SMB Training Blog.
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14 days ago by MartinKronicle
14 days ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital
In this video we share the bad habits we see holding traders back. For those who want to learn how to improve your trading by eliminating the bad habits holding you back as a trader, we hope this video helps.The post Bad trader habits that you must fix appeared first on SMB Training Blog.
13 days ago by MartinKronicle
14 days ago by Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. @ TraderFeed
In this new year, I'm working with Mike Bellafiore and a group of newer traders to hasten their learning curves. An important part of that process is the keeping of monthly statistics on trading results. These stats, compiled in TraderVue, allow a trader to break down performance into many categories. For e...
16 days ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co
The S&P is now almost at its 200 day moving average. After a very rapid decline in December 2018, the stock market is making an equally rapid rally right now. […]The post “This rally is crazy, it can’t keep going on!” appeared first on Bull Markets.
24 days ago by Andrew Swanscott @ Better System Trader
I just want to start by saying happy new year! I know it was a few weeks back, but I hope you’ve had a good start to the year and I wish you all the best for 2019. Now I’m really excited to be sharing this episode with you for a number of reasons. I...The post 160 – How to achieve long-term trading success – Linda Raschke appeared first on Better System Trader.
25 days ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital
During earnings season companies will have a negative catalyst that may create a buying opportunity in a competitor. In this video we discuss how this setup played out with INTC and AMD. This lesson can be applied to similar setups every earnings season.The post How Bad News Created A Buying Opportunity appeared first on SMB Training Blog.
27 days ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co
The S&P is still hovering around its 50% fibonacci retracement, which is a very important resistance. Meanwhile, the macro data is mixed. Some long term leading indicators are starting to […]The post In a most optimistic scenario, the bull market has 1 year left appeared first on Bull Markets.
30 days ago by Fallible Financial Entertainment @ Fallible YouTube Channel
Get rid of your trading FOMO with our free guide: https://macro-ops.com/fomo/**This video is sponsored by Real Vision. Market views and opinions expressed by Real Vision and its guests do not necessarily reflect the market views and opinions of AK, Fallible, & Macro Ops.**In this video, Victor Sperandeo "Trader Vic" explains some of the best ways to to trade a 2019 bear market crash. What type of investments would be “defensive”? Which we should define as outperforming the market in times of economic slowdown?One favorite type of investment here in the U.S especially amongst the high tax bracket crowd are municipal bonds: in 2018 when 93% of all asset classes had negative returns the S&P Muni Bond Index was up 1.35%.Muni Bonds of course provide a tax free stream of income. And at the same time, they provide a level of safety above dividend-paying stocks, which is what playing great defense is all about…..Another area which outperforms in turbulent times and recessions is...
about 1 month ago by Akil Stokes @ Trading Coach Podcast
An accountability session with one of our Tier One members sharing his story of how he made all of the mistakes of a "newbie" trader before finally finding the right path. This trader was in so much debt & had wasted money trying so many quick fixes that he had to make a deal with his partner in order to pursue his trading education.If you like the show please let me know by leaving me a review!
29 days ago by Andreesen Horowitz
Every year, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) puts the latest and greatest developments in consumer technology on display in Vegas. But beyond the excitement and the hype, what’s really here — or not here — to stay? Will televisions roll up into tiny boxes? Will Alexa find her way into electric carving knives? Which of these new gadgets will stand the test of time? In this episode of the a16z podcast, Benedict Evans and Steven Sinofsky share their take not only on what this year’s show had to offer, but the broader trends at play. From the evolution of the smart home and voice interfaces to the cycle of bundling and unbundling and the future of TV and entertainment, the discussion is a pulse check on where we’re at.
about 1 month ago by Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. @ TraderFeed
December was pretty much straight down in the stock market, with accompanying weakness in other assets, such as oil and high yield bonds. January has been pretty much straight up, with reversals in all those asset classes. How can we make sense of this "schizophrenic" market behavior?<span style="font-family: Georgia, Times New Roman, serif; font-size: larg...
about 1 month ago by Dr. Duru @ Dr. Duru
AT40 = 76.3% of stocks are trading above their respective 40-day moving averages (DMAs) (1st day overbought)AT200 = 27.4% of stocks are trading above their respective 200DMAs (6-week high)VIX = 17.8Short-term Trading Call: cautiously bullish Commentary I noted in my last post that the signs of exhaustion in the major indices gave way to more ... Read more
about 1 month ago by Trend Following Radio
John Lin is founder and CEO of Grasshopper, a high frequency trading firm providing liquidity in global markets. Grasshopper was founded in 2006 and is heavily driven by technology and innovation. After graduating with an Engineering degree from Cornell University, John worked his way up from a clerk position in the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. Since then, he’s lived and traded internationally in London and Tokyo, and currently lives in Singapore. John is one of the last traders fortunate enough to have floor experience on the CME. He got a job as a runner on the CME floor in the early 1990’s and from there he learned invaluable lessons on trading, discipline and respecting the market. What made John so interested in trading in the pits? He saw the pits as capitalism ground zero. Over the years, with technology changing, John has had to adapt his trading style accordingly. John has gone through a gradual transformation in his trading – starting with his 15 year care...
about 1 month ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital
In this video, Mike Bellafiore goes into detail and teaches how to make a short trade in MBOT without getting your "head ripped off".The post How to short a stock that has run up too much: a trade example with MBOT appeared first on SMB Training Blog.
2 months ago by Technical Analysis Radio
Having Trading Psychologist Dr. Brett Steenbarger on the podcast was a huge treat for me. He works with the best traders on planet earth on a daily basis. Needless to say, when Dr. Brett is telling me something, I want to listen. In this episode, he let me ask him all the questions I was curious about and he happily answered them all with solid advice and relevant anecdotes. We make a lot of mistakes as investors because of our many flaws as humans. When our stress levels are elevated we start acting emotionally, instead of rationally. Taking losses is a difficult task for us, even though we all know that losses are part of the deal. I really enjoyed this conversation and it could have gone on forever if I didn't end it. I hope you get as much value from this chat as I did. Click here to return to the episode page
2 months ago by Howard Lindzon @ Howard Lindzon
I wish I knew how this slow motion crash was going to end. Right now, it is fascinating to watch the price action, feel the emotion and see the behavior. The ridiculous ‘oversold’ readings continue with the highest put to call ratio since the flash crash in 2011:The high Put/Call ratio means simply that a ton of puts were bought versus calls. The premium that people are paying for protection sure looks like panic:Even with all this I am just probing with some buys and nibbling because oversold can become more oversold.Continue reading When Will This Crash End? at Howard Lindzon.
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