Michael Covel Interv...

Today we bring you our Michael Covel Interview the President of Trend Following.  At the very beginning of your book you differentiate between traders and investors. Why is trading better than investing? Thinking like a trader is the only way to profit in today’s markets. Investors buy and...

Getting Your Mental Game Together

Carl looked at the chart with interest and some trepidation. He had been here many times before. He was playing the NQ E-mini. The 60-minute chart showed what to him was a strong demand zone and he had placed his limit order to buy just below the top of the zone, and placed his OSO order to put a stop just below the bottom of the bottom of the zone. Subsequently, he was filled as the price action dipped into the demand zone that he had drawn. The trepidation that he felt had now become full-blown anxiety, especially as the price took a turn to the downside and was coming perilously close to his stop. Just then, Carl remembered to squeeze the...

Fed Lost Their Mojo Apr23

Fed Lost Their Mojo

Has the Fed Lost Their Mojo? by Brandon Wendell A popular question when I was being interviewed by the Indian media was, “Do you think the Quantitative Easing Part 2 will work?” My immediate response is usually, “If the QE program by the Fed is so effective for getting the US...

Butterfly Spreads St...

Butterfly spreads are one of the most well known and popular option strategies out there today, mainly because they are often referred to in option trading books. They work best when a stock is identified as trading within a clearly defined range over a period of time. There are two main...

Trading Techniques – The Elliott Wave

The Elliott wave principle is primarily a trend-following school of technical analysis that describes market movements as waves. In Elliot wave theory each market movement, or wave pattern, is designated with a numeric label and a behavioral designation-impulsive (trending) or reactive (corrective). It is named after the market analyst R. N. Elliott, who published his ideas in two books: The Wave Principle (1938) and Nature’s Laws-The Secret of the Universe (1946). Elliott wrote that a market movement, whether a bull move or a bear move, always could be broken down into five separate waves, with three being impulsive, or trending,...

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