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Running Your Trading As A Business
20 days ago by Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. @ TraderFeed

I had an interesting situation recently in which a trader wrote to me about a start-up situation.  I interpreted the email as a request for advice regarding starting up a hedge fund or other similar money management vehicle.  I responded that the initial steps were:  1) set up a viable business plan that ...

TRADING COACH PODCAST - Knowing When It's Time To Change Your Trading Style
3 months ago by Akil Stokes @ Trading Coach Podcast

Successful trading is a lot like successful coaching. Although, the plan that you come in with is important, what's more important is how you go about making adjustments. Today's episode takes a look at some adjustments I've made in my trading & the process in which I go through before deciding to do so.  

Logic and Imagination
3 months ago by Howard Lindzon @ Howard Lindzon

Koyfin posted this chart comparing Target and Shopify the other day that was ‘lit’:I took one look at it and commented sarcastically that ‘Investing is so easy‘.Jeff Farley had my favorite comment saying ‘More imagination, less logic‘.Bingo!My friends (and great investors) Alex Bard and Villi Itchev both got me out of my logic box back when Shopify was in the 20’s to see the growth potential of the platform.Continue reading Logic and Imagination at Howard Lindzon.

Island Reversals | Tom Bowley
3 months ago by StockCharts @ YouTube Channel

Tom talks about Island Reversals. According to John Murphy:"An exhaustion gap occurs right at the end of the market move and represents a last gasp in the trend. Sometimes an exhaustion gap is followed within a few days by a breakaway gap in the other direction, leaving several days of price action isolation by two gaps. This market phenomenon is called the island reversal and usually signals an important market turn."

How To Trade Stocks Like A Market Wizard | Bruce Kovner Trading Style
5 months ago by Fallible Financial Entertainment @ Fallible YouTube Channel

Bruce Kovner retired in 2011 from Caxton Associates, the hedge fund he founded and ran for 28 years.Over that time the fund returned an average of 21 percent a year since its inception. In comparison, the SPX averaged just 11%. Kovner had only one losing year (in 94’). Before Caxton, while trading at the famous Commodities Corp, he averaged close to 90% over 10 years. Impressive numbers by any measure.Many traders know of this cab driver turned trading legend from his interview with Jack Schwager in the original Market Wizards — one of the best interviews in the book (and there are many).

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The Podcast Is Back – Patrick O’Shaughnessy On Lindzanity
about 2 hours ago by Howard Lindzon @ Howard Lindzon

I took the summer off from the podcast but have been back in the awesome Renzler Media Phoenix Studio banging out some interviews with my favorite people in the financial world. First up is Patrick O’Shaughnessy who/m I have been hesitant to have on my show because I would have to spell his name over and over. Patrick is the CEO of O’Shaughnessy Asset Management, which manages multiple billions of dollars, and an all around great guy. Continue reading The Podcast Is Back – Patrick O’Shaughnessy On Lindzanity at Howard Lindzon.

Heavy Insider Selling Muddles the Message In Toll Brothers
about 3 hours ago by Dr. Duru @ Dr. Duru

While the market was going wild buying call options in Toll Brothers (TOL), insiders were selling large quantities of shares. SEC filings reveal almost $2.8M in share sales. Here is a summary with... [[ This is a content summary. Visit my site for better formatting and full content. Your visits also help support the site and keep it running! ]]


Thursday: Existing Home Sales, Unemployment Claims, Philly Fed Mfg
about 9 hours ago by Calculated Risk @ Calculated Risk

Thursday:• At 8:30 AM, The initial weekly unemployment claims report will be released. The consensus is for 214 thousand initial claims, up from 204 thousand the previous week.• At 8:30 AM, the Philly Fed manufacturing survey for September. The consensus is for a reading of 11.3, down from 16.8.• At 10:00 AM, Existing Home Sales for August from the National Association of Realtors (NAR). The consensus is for 5.38 million SAAR, down from 5.42 million in July. Housing economist Tom Lawler expects the NAR to report 5.42 million SAAR for August.

Why Hedge Funds Are Dropping Their Fees | How Are Hedge Funds Making Money in 2019?
about 11 hours ago by AK Fallible - Financial Entertainment @ Fallible YouTube Channel

Today, AK is going to talk about how hedge funds are dealing with passive investment, keeping their fees, and still staying profitable. Get rid of your trading FOMO with our free guide here: Watch More Of Our Videos: 👇💰Check Out Our Analysis & Breakdowns of Billions Episodes Here:👇 👇💰Learn To Trade Stocks With The Advice Of Real Life Market Wizards Here:📈👇 💰What Is Fallible? Fallible is where you can hang out and talk stocks, business, money, finance and whatever else you want. Just don’t be boring. That’s the one rule. Jokes are very welcome. We publish new videos almost every day on our Youtube channel. Our videos include stock market analysis, business model dissections, trade examples, psychology tips, and of course, breakdowns of our favourite finance movies and T...

Trading Simplified with Dave Landry | Market Watchers LIVE
about 13 hours ago by StockCharts @ YouTube Channel

Guest host David Keller breaks down the Fed meeting from a technical perspective and also catches up with special guest Dave Landry. Don’t miss Dave’s new show “Trading Simplified” on StockCharts TV every Wednesday 12:00pm ET starting October 2nd! This video originally aired on StockCharts TV, the only 24/7 video streaming channel devoted exclusively to financial charting and market analysis from the web’s top technical experts. Watch live shows and see our complete content schedule at

Datadog: One Of The Fastest Dogs In The Kennel
about 13 hours ago by SA Editor's Picks

Wednesday links: remaining disciplined
about 15 hours ago by abnormalreturns @ Abnormal Returns

Did you know you can stay up-to-date with all of our posts via our daily e-mail newsletter? Sign up today! Quote of...

Will John Menzies Put Itself Up For Sale?
about 16 hours ago by SA Editor's Picks

AIA: "Substantial Decline in Architecture Billings"
about 16 hours ago by Calculated Risk @ Calculated Risk

Note: This index is a leading indicator primarily for new Commercial Real Estate (CRE) investment. From the AIA: Substantial Decline in Architecture BillingsDemand for design services in August took a markedly downward swing compared to July’s already soft score, according to a new report released today from The American Institute of Architects (AIA).AIA’s Architecture Billings Index (ABI) score of 47.2 in August showed a significant drop in architecture firm billings compared to the July score of 50.1. Any score below 50 indicates a decrease in billings. The design contracts score also declined to 47.9 in August, representing a rare dip for this indicator. Billings in the West stayed modestly positive while all other regions remained in negative territory.“The sizeable drop in both design billings and new project activity, ...

Interest Rates Shouldn’t Be Interesting
about 17 hours ago by Matt Levine @ Bloomberg View

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Is It Value's Time?
about 17 hours ago by SA Editor's Picks


Down to a Tea
about 17 hours ago by Cymone Thomas @ Gartner L2

Brands that neglect this brand's simple step open the door to attrition.

Beyond the Basics
about 18 hours ago by Kyle Rees @ Gartner L2

Product landing pages from leader John Deere show digital elements working in concert with one another.

The Recipe for Success on Facebook
about 18 hours ago by Sruthi Vasudevan @ Gartner L2

In direct contrast to Instagram, the frozen food and baking categories together represent 66% of the share of Facebook interactions.

Personal finance links: choosing risks
about 18 hours ago by abnormalreturns @ Abnormal Returns

Wednesdays are all about personal finance here at Abnormal Returns. You can check out last week’s links including a look at how...

Intuit: Multi-Year Double-Digit Compounder
about 19 hours ago by SA Editor's Picks