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How To Trade Stocks Like A Market Wizard | Bruce Kovner Trading Style
about 1 month 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).

Everything StockCharts: Average True Range (ATR)
about 1 month ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Bill Shelby delves into what the ATR is, including Keltner Channels, Chandelier Exits and using Scans/Alerts with ATR.

Are the stock market’s internals sending bearish warnings?
about 2 months ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co

With the stock market at all-time highs, many market pundits have noted that relatively few stocks are making new highs. In their minds, this supports the bearish narrative that “relatively […]The post Are the stock market’s internals sending bearish warnings? appeared first on Bull Markets.

What I Wish I Knew Before I Started Trading (SMB Trader Jacob)
about 2 months 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!
2 months 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.

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Aerohive Networks Has A Sales Problem
about 3 hours ago by SA Editor's Picks

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Wall Street Breakfast: Key Moment In Crypto History
about 3 hours ago by SA Wall St. Breakfast

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Cars.com's Value Running Out Of Gas (Podcast)
about 3 hours ago by SA Editor's Picks

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How To Trade When An Analyst Flips A Stock: Deere & Company
about 8 hours ago by Dr. Duru @ Dr. Duru

Analyst action can quickly flip a stock and change its prospects. Such a move happened to Deere & Company (DE) as Baird moved from neutral to outperform and upped its price target from $129/share to $175/share on the stock. I previously flagged DE as a bearish stock given its week-long inability to break through overhead ... Read more

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The stock market has gone nowhere and volume is low. What’s next
about 14 hours ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co

The stock market has been trading within a very small range since last week, and volume has been notably low. Today’s headlines: Stock market’s small range Stock market’s low volume […] The post The stock market has gone nowhere and volume is low. What’s next appeared first on Bull Markets.

Expert Opinions On Cryptocurrency Compilation | Crypto Investing
about 15 hours ago by AK Fallible - Financial Entertainment @ Fallible YouTube Channel

In this video we'll talk about expert's opinions on cryptocurrency through the years. We will see what has changed and what has stayed the same. We hope these insights can help you navigate what's next to come in this volatile market. 👇👇Learn To Trade Stocks With The Advice Of Real Life Market Wizards Here:👇👇 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6MXb8nn3qU&list=PLZWbVSavQFXRStSfOUNvXwqe3ANBsfFfb 👇👇Is The Bear Market here? Are We Facing A Market Crash? Watch This!👇👇 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lmz6S0XqJKE&list=PLZWbVSavQFXQ7Am3GWUWrryIUBkKwaMxK **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.** ***All content, opinions, and commentary by Fallible is intended for general information and educational purposes only, NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE.

Small Gains Continue Market Consolidations
about 15 hours ago by Declan Fallon @ Fallond Picks

Not a whole lot offered by indices, but what was offered had more bullish overtones than negative.The Nasdaq continued with its shaping of a bullish handle. Volume climbed a little in registering an accumulation day. The index still has to put some distance from its 50-day MA but once it does and mounts a challenge on April highs it could really pick up momentum. On a more subtle note, there was an uptick in relative performance.The S&P traded a very narrow range but rela...

Corporate Profits Trading Model (NASDAQ version)
about 16 hours ago by Troy @ BullMarkets.co

This content is only available to those in the Bull Markets Membership Program. Login here if you are already a member. Click here to learn more about the Bull Markets Membership […] The post Corporate Profits Trading Model (NASDAQ version) appeared first on Bull Markets.

Gaps | Tom Bowley
about 16 hours ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Tom explains what he looks for in gaps. Gaps higher, Gaps lower and Gaps to fill. Price charts often have blank spaces known as gaps, which represent times when no shares were traded within a particular price range. Normally this occurs between the close of the market on one day and the next day's open. There are two primary kinds of gaps - up gaps and down gaps. For an up gap to form, the low price after the market closes must be higher than the high price of the previous day. Up gaps are generally considered bullish. A down gap is just the opposite of an up gap; the high price after the market closes must be lower than the low price of the previous day. Down gaps are usually considered bearish. 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 https://StockCharts.com/tv

Deconstructing Balenciaga’s Wacky Instagram
about 17 hours ago by Brett Finkelstein @ Gartner L2

The secret to Balenciaga's growth might be more than just the release of a trendy sneaker.

The New Shape of Activewear
about 17 hours ago by Alizah Asif Farooqi @ Gartner L2

Activewear isn't the niche it once was.

Top 10 FMCG Brands in Digital
about 18 hours ago by Alizah Asif Farooqi @ Gartner L2

E-commerce growth in the German FMCG market has been slower than anticipated, but the top ten brands in Gartner L2's Index are taking it in their stride.

Monday Setups & Sentiment Update | MarketWatchers Live
about 18 hours ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Erin and Tom presented their picks for the week and checked how last week’s setups worked out. John Hopkins from EarningsBeats.com discussed Consumer Discretionary v. Consumer Staples and Erin gave us this week’s outlook based on market sentiment. 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 StockCharts.com/tv

Swing Trading | Dave Landry
about 18 hours ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Author and frequent speaker at international and national conferences, Dave Landry shared his 2 rules for successfully trading fast moving IPOs. 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 https://StockCharts.com/tv

What The New High In The Advance-Decline Line Means For Stocks
about 19 hours ago by Urban Carmel @ Fat Pitch

Summary:  The cumulative advance-decline (A-D) line for both the NYSE and SPX made a new all-time high (ATH) last week. That's good news for stocks, as they most often move higher in the following weeks/months, also to new highs.This is probably the best way to use the A-D line in equity research. Other common uses of A-D line are fraught with issues.For example, while it's true that the A-D line has often weakened before stocks have encountered a major decline, you'll need hindsight to make use of this information. For every time a weakening A-D line has signaled a major fall it has signaled nothing special at least twice as often. "Negative divergences" happen all the time.  ...

Iridium Communications: An Undervalued Growth Company
about 21 hours ago by SA Editor's Picks

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