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What I Wish I Knew Before I Started Trading (SMB Trader Jacob)
1 day ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital

In this video series, SMB Traders share what they wish they knew before starting to trade. Jacob discusses emotions, self awareness, risk management, and discipline while offering some advice for developing traders. * no relevant positionsThe post What I Wish I Knew Before I Started Trading (SMB Trader Jacob) appeared first on SMB Training Blog.

How To Become A Consistently Profitable Trader - Avoid This Mistake!
17 days ago by Fallible Financial Entertainment @ Fallible YouTube Channel

Learn more about the Fallible Trading Psychology Course here: https://macro-ops.com/psych/In this video we talk about how execution mistakes can have a negative impact in your trading returns. We also cover 3 key insights you should always remember in order to become a consistently profitable trader.***All content, opinions, and commentary by Fallible is intended for general information and educational purposes only, NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE.

How to trade the Lyft IPO $LYFT
14 days ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital

There are a ton of IPOs that are going to hit the market this year. It is a strategy that has edge and can bring significant and consistent profits. All of the top traders at the firm trade IPOs. In this video, Mike Bellafiore details the recent Lyft IPO with ideas on how to trade upcoming ones. * no relevant ... Read MoreThe post How to trade the Lyft IPO $LYFT appeared first on SMB Training Blog.

The stock market today is eerily similar to 1937
about 1 month ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co

As the stock market rallies, it never ceases to amaze me how popular crash-analogues can be. The 1937 analogue has been quite popular recently, constantly shared and reshared on social […]The post The stock market today is eerily similar to 1937 appeared first on Bull Markets.

TRADING COACH PODCAST 158 - Avoiding The Monster Loss
about 1 month ago by Akil Stokes @ Trading Coach Podcast

Being a great trader starts with being a great risk manager. Although many are under the impression that you have to win all of the time in order to be successful. True professional traders understand that it's not about how much you win, rather the size of your average win in comparison to your average loss.

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TRADING COACH PODCAST 174 - Bet On The Driver, Not The Care
about 2 hours ago by Akil Stokes @ Trading Coach Podcast

While a trader is more like a mercenary looking to be in and out of the market in a short period of time, in the direction that they seem fit. An investor is looking for long-term value in a company. When looking for value, one of the first places to look at is the leadership as they will give you a good idea of what the future holds. Please remember to LIKE & SHARE this episode on social media. Thank you! 

It’s been a quick recovery for the stock market to all-time highs
about 3 hours ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co

The S&P made an all-time high today on a daily CLOSE $ basis. On an intraday basis (daily HIGH $), the S&P is just 4 points from an all-time high. […] The post It’s been a quick recovery for the stock market to all-time highs appeared first on Bull Markets.

One of Warren Buffet’s Holy Grails
about 3 hours ago by Steve Burns @ New Trader U

This is a Guest Post by AK @Fallible. Learn why compound interest is so important with the help of Warren Buffet.  Check out lessons from the trading greats playlist here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppuaZlPqzM8&list=PLZWbVSavQFXRStSfOUNvXwqe3ANBsfFfb&index=2 ***All content, opinions, and commentary by Fallible is intended for general information and educational purposes only, NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE.

Milestone Pharmaceuticals: At Phase 3 Of Development
about 4 hours ago by SA IPO Analysis

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Michael Marcus Market Wizard | Trend Following Trading Strategies
about 5 hours ago by Fallible Financial Entertainment @ Fallible YouTube Channel

In this video we cover lessons from the market wizard Michael Marcus -- a trend following trading legend. 👇👇Learn more about the Nasdaq All Stars system here👇👇 https://youtu.be/-_xLL1b3rdY 👇👇Check out lessons from the trading greats playlist here👇👇 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q08dBQocyLw&list=PLZWbVSavQFXRStSfOUNvXwqe3ANBsfFfb&index=5 ***All content, opinions, and commentary by Fallible is intended for general information and educational purposes only, NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE.

A Good Finish For Bulls
about 5 hours ago by Declan Fallon @ Fallond Picks

Nothing spectacular but after day's of tight intraday action, today's action belonged firmly in the bull column. In percentage terms there wasn't a whole lot to today's gain but relatively, the gain was key.For the S&P we now have a new closing high on slightly higher volume accumulation. While the MACD has flatlined there is still bullish accumulation trends in On-Balance-Volume and relative performance, alongside strongly overbought stochastics; what is bullish stays bullish until proven otherwise.</di...

Free Stuff; Loan Forgiveness
about 6 hours ago by Jeff Carter @ Points and Figures

Lately, if you listen to Democratic candidates for President, you hear the word “free” a lot.  Free health care.  Free tuition.  Everyone has a job at full employment.  If you have college debt, debt forgiveness. None of the candidates are …

Hope for Chipotle
about 6 hours ago by Alizah Asif Farooqi @ Gartner L2

Nearly four years after an E.coli outbreak felt around the world, things might finally be looking better for Chipotle.

April 23, 2019: fundamental outlook for stocks
about 7 hours ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co

The economy and stock market move in the same direction in the long term. Hence, leading economic indicators are also leading indicators for the stock market. Thoughts *We’re seeing mixed readings in […] The post April 23, 2019: fundamental outlook for stocks appeared first on Bull Markets.

Sephora’s Homegrown Influencer
about 7 hours ago by Alizah Asif Farooqi @ Gartner L2

It's not too late to salvage influencer marketing.

On Trend: Big Sectors Lead as Small-caps Lag (04.23.19)
about 7 hours ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Five Big Sectors Lead in 2019 IWM Hits Moment-of-truth for Breakout FAANG Stocks are Not Dead ETF Breakouts (PPA, TAN, XES) Bond ETFs Reaches Potential Reversal Zone Stocks to Watch (CRON, AMAT, SCWX...)

IPO Update: So-Young International Readies U.S. IPO
about 7 hours ago by SA IPO Analysis

Everything StockCharts: MarketCarpets
about 7 hours ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Bill Shelby shows us all about using MarketCarpets on StockCharts.com. Inlcuding, how to find them, public vs. ChartLists, takes us on a features tour and what metrics are available.

The Sustainable Sneaker Drop
about 7 hours ago by Aadvik Jetley @ Gartner L2

Everlane is treading into sneaker territory.

What I Wish I Knew Before I Started Trading (SMB Trader Scott)
about 8 hours ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital

In this video series, SMB Traders share what they wish they knew before starting to trade. Scott discusses trading full time vs trading part time, the learning curve required for trading, the one reason why you shouldn’t trade, and accepting the ebb and flow of the markets while offering some advice for developing traders. * no relevant positions The post What I Wish I Knew Before I Started Trading (SMB Trader Scott) appeared first on SMB Training Blog.

MWL: Breaking Down Financials - SCTR Report (04.23.19)
about 8 hours ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Tom’s workshop this week reviewed how to break down a sector (today was XLF) and review industry groups for promising investment selections. He also looked at the $TNX’s effect on certain industries. Erin concluded the show spotlighting the Industrials sector using the StockCharts Technical Rank (SCTR) Report.

Financial Exchange Stock Talk: Ranjit Thomas On Disney
about 8 hours ago by SA Editor's Picks

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Uber: A Better Business Than Lyft
about 8 hours ago by SA IPO Analysis

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Earlier Richmond Fed: "Fifth District Manufacturing Activity Moderated in April"
about 8 hours ago by Calculated Risk @ Calculated Risk

From the Richmond Fed: Fifth District Manufacturing Activity Moderated in AprilFifth District manufacturing activity moderated in April, according to the latest survey from the Richmond Fed. The composite index fell from 10 in March to 3 in April, weighed down by slightly negative readings in the indexes for both shipments and new orders but buoyed by a positive reading for the third component index, employment. Firms were optimistic, expecting conditions to improve in the next six months.Survey results suggested continued positive growth in both employment and wages, although these indexes dropped slightly in April. However, firms reported a decline in the average workweek as they continued to struggle to find workers with the necessary skills. Firms expected this difficulty to continue in the coming months.<b...