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All Star Interviews Season 2, Episode 13: Brett Steenbarger, Trading Psychologist
5 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

When Will This Crash End?
5 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.

Are We Going To Crash?
5 months ago by Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. @ TraderFeed

That is the question I've been hearing a lot lately.  I don't hear anyone talking about stocks running to new all-time highs.  I do hear about all the market woes, from tariffs and trade wars to discord in Europe to political turmoil in the U.S.  My job, as a trader and as an investor, is to entertain a variety of scenarios based upon the data in front of me.  As much as possible, I want to stay open minded to ...

The stock market fails to rally each day. What’s next for stocks
5 months ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co

The U.S. stock market has been been gapping up on the open and selling off later in the day recently. Go here to understand our fundamentals-driven long term outlook. Let’s determine […]The post The stock market fails to rally each day. What’s next for stocks appeared first on Bull Markets.

The stock market has retested its October 2018 bottom. What’s next
6 months ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co

As per our recent market studies, we said that the stock market would probably bounce and then pullback. Sometimes that pullback leads to a marginal high (vs. the initial low), […]The post The stock market has retested its October 2018 bottom. What’s next appeared first on Bull Markets.

TRADING COACH PODCAST 107 - This Trader Was So Wrong It's Scary
6 months ago by Akil Stokes @ Trading Coach Podcast

There are many misconceptions about trading, from the get rich quickness part of things to the magic system/strategy side. Today's podcast shares with you a recent conversation I had with a closed-minded trader who was locked into a singular way of thinking.

How To Avoid A Runaway Freight Train
6 months ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital

In this video Steve discusses a technique he uses to avoid unnecessary large losses and at the same time stays involved in the best risk/reward trades. * no relevant positionsThe post How To Avoid A Runaway Freight Train appeared first on SMB Training Blog.

The Best Way To Trade Better Is To Trade Better Ideas
6 months ago by Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. @ TraderFeed

Margie and I visited the Aros art museum in Aarhus, Denmark earlier today, where we circled the Rainbow Panorama and viewed the town landscape through a variety of colored glass walls.  The idea is to be inside a rainbow and see what the world looks like.  Indeed, the same scene gives a different ...

Jim Cramer’s Confusing Calls on Nvidia Corporation
6 months ago by Dr. Duru @ Dr. Duru

The business of stock prognostication is a tough one: a lot of uncertainty abounds, markets swing through surprisingly long bouts of herd-following and counter-trend sentiments, bots and market makers can rampage through the best technical setups, and companies sometimes only disclose the minimally required information. I dare to prognosticate only with risk management as a ... Read more

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Improving the odds of trading success: A conversation with Dr. Brett Steenbarger and Mike Bellafiore
6 months ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital

In this podcast from Caylum Trading Institute, Mike Bellafiore and Dr. Brett Steenbarger discuss improving the odds of trading success. You don’t want to miss it!The post Improving the odds of trading success: A conversation with Dr. Brett Steenbarger and Mike Bellafiore appeared first on SMB Training Blog.

Video of the 2018 Trade-Ideas Summit
7 months ago by

USE THE TIMECODE LINKS BELOW TO JUMP TO A SEGMENT 43:24 – Dan Mirkin - Innovation Pipeline 49:00 - Don Hensley - Speedtrader 52:00 – David Aferiat - State of the Company 1:00:55 – Dr. Brett Steenbarger - Boosting Your Cognitive Development 2:19:30 – Brian Shannon - Do you VWAP? 4:14:47 – Dan Mirkin - Trade Ideas IPO 4:19:03 – JC Parets - All Star Charts 5:04:55 – Kunal Desai - Bulls on Wall Street 5:51:35 – Trade Ideas Podcast Live – Dan Mirkin & Max Madaz 6:52:15 – Dr. Brett Steenbarger - Group Mentorship Session 7:44:14 – Panel: Industry Market Outlook for 2019 8:19:21 – Panel: Active Trader Outlook for 2019

The stock market crashed (again). What’s next
7 months ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co

In yesterday’s “Is the stock market’s bottom in“, I wrote The stock market’s medium term is decisively bullish, while the short term is a 50-50 bet. Focus on risk reward […]The post The stock market crashed (again). What’s next appeared first on Bull Markets.

The Second Derivative Is Here for the Stock Market (New Oversold Extremes)
7 months ago by Dr. Duru @ Dr. Duru

AT40 = 11.0% of stocks are trading above their respective 40-day moving averages (DMAs) – 6th day of oversold period following 4-day oversold period (as low as 10.6%) AT200 = 25.5% of stocks are trading above their respective 200DMAs (as low as 26.7%) VIX = 25.2 Short-term Trading Call: bullish Commentary Time to take a ... Read more

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Stock Prices Falling Is Perfectly Normal
7 months ago by JC @ All Star Charts

When the stock market is not going up, the blame game gets played. It’s a combination of shareholders losing money and media types needing something to say. It’s always someone or something’s fault and rarely described as a normal occurrence. The truth, however, is that yes, stocks falling in price is part of the regular […]The post Stock Prices Falling Is Perfectly Normal appeared first on All Star Charts.

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A Classic Oversold Bounce Leaves Behind Critical Breakdowns
7 months ago by Dr. Duru @ Dr. Duru

AT40 = 13.7% of stocks are trading above their respective 40-day moving averages (DMAs) – 5th day of oversold period following 4-day oversold period (as low as 10.6%) AT200 = 30.0% of stocks are trading above their respective 200DMAs (as low as 26.7%) VIX = 20.7 (as high as 24.7) Short-term Trading Call: bullish Commentary ... Read more

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Is the stock market’s bottom in?
7 months ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co

Over the past 2 weeks, our quantitative market studies have suggested that the U.S. stock market will probably retest its crash lows. That has happened. Here’s our latest update: The […]The post Is the stock market’s bottom in? appeared first on Bull Markets.

Even in a worst case scenario, the stock market will probably rally soon
7 months ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co

Our U.S. stock market outlook is simple: This is still a bull market, which probably has almost less than 1 year left. Fundamentals continue to favor the bull market and the […]The post Even in a worst case scenario, the stock market will probably rally soon appeared first on Bull Markets.

'Bear Flags' Take Shape in Indices
7 months ago by Declan Fallon @ Fallond Picks

Since the last update indices got their bounce but the last couple of days have seen these gains gradually erased. Over the course of the week, the entire bounce has the look 'bear flags' as part of larger measured moves lower.  Should this emerge then indices will be close to offering the long term 'buy' signals I track in the tables below every blog post I make (available on markets.fallondpicks.com for syndicated content). Last of which for all three indices was February 2016For the S&P, the measured move target is 2,585. This comes on a day of higher volume distribution with an acceleration of On-Balance-Volume lower and other technicals net bearish. However, relative performance is accelerating higher (vs Small Caps) and the index is clinging on to its 200-day MA<a href="https://1.bp.blogspot.com/-og0vJbDMY7w/W8jz8Ajsp8I/AAAAAAAAp5w/Z0K187CxdGQd...

The Final Bar: Major Market Top? (10.18.18)
7 months ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

We analyze some intermarket charts to find a group of charts that are telling us the conditions are setting up for a major market top.


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