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Running Your Trading As A Business
21 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 @ StockCharts.com 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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Books That Are Trading Strategy Guides
about 2 hours ago by Steve Burns @ New Trader U

Most trading books explain the principles and philosophy of trading, and I have read hundreds of them. Very few give examples of trading systems that have an edge and show the equity curve of the system as it is traded through different market environments. Here are eight trading books that discuss several systematic ways to […]

Wall Street Breakfast: Pumping Continues Amid Repo Panic
about 2 hours ago by SA Wall St. Breakfast

Why People Are Now Selling Their Silver
about 6 hours ago by SA Most Popular

Crude Traders... Remember The Middle East?
about 7 hours ago by SA Most Popular

General Mills: Definitely Not At These Levels
about 8 hours ago by SA Most Popular

BDCL And Its 16.7% Yield Might Warrant Your Consideration
about 8 hours ago by SA Most Popular

Medallia: Follow The Smart Money To 60% Potential Upside
about 9 hours ago by SA Most Popular

Ep. 799: Paul Gulino Interview with Michael Covel on Trend Following Radio
about 11 hours ago by Trend Following Radio

Paul Gulino believes in Hitchcock’s adage that “films are made on paper.” Although students may obsess about a film’s look, all of the visual elements, he says, function to enhance the story. And that, ultimately, comes from the mind of the screenwriter. In spite of the fact that there seems to be a screenwriter behind every corner (in California, at least), screenwriting is something of a lost art, Gulino maintains, having seen hundreds of flat screenplays as a story analyst for Showtime Entertainment. Honing his own skills through writing for the theater and practicing the craft as taught by Frank Daniel and Milos Forman, Gulino secured an agent with William Morris on the basis of his thesis script. With that “real world” confirmation in hand, Gulino went on to write and see produced features, plays and comedy sketches. Screenwriting, he says, isn’t a cra...

TRADING COACH PODCAST 235 - Removing The Pressure of Time
about 13 hours ago by Akil Stokes @ Trading Coach Podcast

Can you imagine how you would go about achieving your goals if you had zero time restrictions? 

Telemynd Readies Plan For Mini IPO
about 14 hours ago by SA IPO Analysis

Friday: Q2 Flow of Funds
about 14 hours ago by Calculated Risk @ Calculated Risk

Friday:• At 10:00 AM ET, State Employment and Unemployment (Monthly) for August 2019• At 12:00 PM, Financial Accounts of the United States (aka Q2 Flow of Funds) from the Federal Reserve.

Markets Tease Follow Through But Are Not There Yet
about 15 hours ago by Declan Fallon @ Fallond Picks

It's looking ever more likely that current consolidations experienced by markets will resolve to the upside with new breakouts. However, markets are taking their time before doing so.The S&P closed with a 'gravestone' doji just below 3,025 resistance. Typically, this is a bearish candlestick but given volume was significantly lighter then it's more likely to become part of a consolidation; one, which leads to an eventual breakout.The Nasdaq flashed an 'inverse hammer'...

[Chart(s) of The Week] The Sun Is Setting On Pharma
about 16 hours ago by Tom Bruni @ All Star Charts

The mean reversion we outlined a few weeks ago has been playing out, but now the major indices are running into sellers at very logical levels. With that said, one area looks particularly vulnerable at current levels, Pharma. Here’s the Nifty Free Float Small-Cap 100 running into overhead supply at 5,670 and reversing lower, leaving […] The post [Chart(s) of The Week] The Sun Is Setting On Pharma appeared first on All Star Charts.

As the Market Turns…So Do the Days of Our Investments | WealthWise Women
about 16 hours ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Today in the WealthWise Women living room, we sat down and discussed the rotation of sectors in the market and how it is important to be in the sectors that are leading the pack. To finish the show, Gretchen our producer talked about Mileage Hopping. Erin and Mary Ellen hopped on that “flight” and looked at Southwest and Delta Airline stocks.

Sector Spotlight Preview | Julius de Kempenaer
about 17 hours ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

RRG creator, Julius de Kempenaer, visits to talk about his upcoming SCTV show, Sector Spotlight. Sector Spotlight premieres Tuesday, October 1st at 10:30 am ET.

Looking For Some Mean Reversion
about 17 hours ago by Tom Bruni @ All Star Charts

Tuesday’s Mystery Chart received similar responses, with most people looking to get long if prices were able to hold above support. Now, let’s look at the chart and levels. The first step in the bottoming process in any bottoming process is to stop going down…and today’s stock, Deepak Fertilisers & Petrochemicals, is exhibiting signs that it […] The post Looking For Some Mean Reversion appeared first on All Star Charts.