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  • Trading Books | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    to seize opportunities in the market when others fear it Knowledge is empowering so let this book give you some insights into the phenomenon of market panics and the possibility to recognise the warning signals that precede market crashes Buy this book online at the Educated Investor Bookshop Review by Janene Murdoch Educated Investor Bookshop Tags market panic opportunities in the stock market stephen vines Trader Dealer trading books Posted in Trading Books No Comments Book Review The Trading Book Friday August 12th 2011 The Trading Book Author Anne Marie Baiynd RRP 49 95 Free freight This latest book by the best selling author Anne Marie Baiynd is a breath of fresh air After all the turmoil in the markets over the past week or so Anne Marie has still been able to tap into the share trader psychology and instil a sense of calm The book is designed to appeal to both the novice and the more experienced trader It guides the novice through the maze of techniques available to focus on simplicity Regardless of the gyrations of the market there will always be breakouts Being prepared to recognise and maximise these opportunities when they arise is what this book is all about This book is sure to restore confidence in the traders abilities to successfully trade in these volatile markets For more information or to add this book to your shopping cart visit the Educated Investor Bookshop Tags anne marie baiynd educated investor market breadkouts Trader Dealer trading book Posted in Trading Books No Comments Trading Book Review Trade My Way Friday July 29th 2011 Trade My Way Author Alan Hull RRP 29 95 Trader Dealer Offer Free Freight Alan s new book Trade My Way has been written as a companion to his best selling book Active Trading Written in Alan s usual relaxed narrative style the book explains his two short term trading strategies active trading and breakout trading enabling the reader to trade no matter which way the market is trending Topics covered in the book are a simple introduction to share trading how to interpret price charts risk management and for the more experienced trader Metastock indicator formulas and detailed trading simulations As with Alan s previous books many of the strategies included in his new book are risk adverse and therefore will assist you to monitor your blue chip portfolio as well as maintain activity in the greater market This book is a must read for all traders or investors whatever their level of knowledge or experience Buy it here and get free freight Review by Janene Murdoch Educated Investor Bookshop www educatedinvestor com au info educatedinvestor com au Tags active trading trading strategies Alan Hull metastock Trade My Way trading books Posted in Stock Market Analysis Trading Books 1 Comment Trading Book Review Trading With Charts For Absolute Returns Friday July 22nd 2011 Trading With Charts For Absolute Returns Web Site Author Robert Fischer RRP 105 00 Trader Dealer Price 85 00

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  • Trading Software | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    The RSI is displayed in the chart above and fluctuates between 0 100 with reference lines at 30 and 70 on the chart The top reference line marks when the indicator is overbought and the bottom line when it is oversold You can select the timeframes you wish to use for the indicators and it is a good idea to align these with your trading timeframe If your average holding time is a few days then you will use a setting of between 3 5 days for your indicator If you wish to hold a trade for about a month then use a longer timeframe something nearer to 20 25 days The shorter timeframes will allow the indicator to fluctuate more rapidly back and forward between the extremes and will provide more signals of overbought or oversold The Stochastic indicator is usually plotted with a signal line similar to the MACD indicator along with the two reference levels at 80 and 20 The blue dotted line is a moving average of the red stochastic line and is referred to as the D in the chart properties As with the RSI this indicator is overbought when it crosses above the top signal line and oversold when it crosses below the lower signal line The crossover between the indicator K and its signal line D can be used as a buy or sell signal We can test how well trading overbought or oversold signals works using the Trading System tool located under the D2MX Trade Tools menu The following setup uses the Commodity Channel Index CCI oscillator which fluctuates between 100 and 100 The entry signal is to buy shares when the 21 day CCI indicator is below 70 and sell shares when the share hits a 3 trailing stop This strategy will be traded on the top 20 Australian companies ASX20 with 5000 placed on each trade The test will be run over the last 10 years from 2002 2012 The results below show how the strategy performed Overall it has been profitable with strong gains through the bull market from 2002 2007 It did lose money late in 2007 and into 2008 but remember the strategy trades long only and the markets did fall heavily during this time Recently the performance has improved with good results so far in 2012 You can test out the other indicators or alter the parameters of this indicator and view the results for yourself in the D2MX Trading System Get your FREE TRIAL here Now you know how you can identify overbought or oversold conditions in a share and you can test how well different indicators work using the Trading System tool in the D2MX Trade Tools plugin Trading overbought or oversold signals can work very well as seen from the result of just one test we have run here The new d2mxIRESS platform gives you the tools to build your own trading strategy By Jeff Cartridge Education Manager Tags charting d2mx charts d2mxiress Iress Oscillators technical analysis technical indicators Trading Strategies trading systems Posted in Trading Software Trading Strategies No Comments Intro to Technical Analysis Webinar Playback Friday October 5th 2012 In this webinar we looked at fundamental concepts of technical analysis what it is and how you can use your charting software to monitor trends and make informed trading decisions For a free trial of the software used in this presentation visit www traderdealer com au d2mxIRESS aspx Thanks to everyone who attended More webinars Tags charting d2mx charts technical analysis technical indicators webinars Posted in Market Analyser 7 Trading Software No Comments Identifying Trends Using the D2MX Chart Tool Friday October 5th 2012 The basis of technical analysis is to identify a trend and then trade in that direction There are a number of different ways to identify a trend and today we will take a look at some of the tools in the D2MX Chart system that can assist you with this process D2MX Charts are part of the D2MX Trade Tools plugin available in the d2mxIRESS Bourse and Market Analyser platforms The simplest way to identify a trend is to take a look at the bars or candlesticks on a D2MX chart A series of green candles or bars show a rising trend while a series of red candles or bars show a falling trend Using this simple analysis allows you to quickly identify a trend It works particularly well in longer timeframes like weekly or monthly as some of the noise is filtered out Taking trend analysis one step further we can take a look at the definition of a trend which was created by Charles Dow who also created the Dow Jones Index This is known as Dow Theory and states an uptrend is defined as a series of higher lows and higher highs A downtrend is defined as a series of lower highs and lower lows At a transition between trends the share fails to make a higher high and forms a lower high This is not yet a downtrend until it breaks below the previous low blue line to form a lower low From this point on there is now a downtrend in place You can also use trend lines to define the direction of a trend A downtrend line is drawn above the share price joining up as many of the highs as possible This line is then monitored for a break to the upside signalling a change in trend An uptrend line can be drawn underneath the share price joining as many lows as possible A break in this line signals a change in trend A word of caution however a break in a steep downtrend line may just mean the share is no longer going down as fast as it was Take a look at the chart below for an example of a break in the downtrend in GRY The initial breakouts did not signal the start of a new uptrend instead the share is no longer falling as fast A break of a flat trend line close to horizontal is better as the share price has no choice but now to move higher Other than just looking at the chart and the candles you can use indicators to identify trends as well The most common of these is the moving average If the share price is above average it is rising and if it is below average it is falling While this simple definition can work it is more common for two moving averages to be combined to identify a trend When the faster moving average red line is above the slower moving average blue line then the share is in an uptrend and when the moving averages turn down and the faster crosses below the slower average the share is now in a down trend One more indicator that is widely used to define a trend is the MACD Before a moving average crosses over the two averages must come closer together The MACD is an indicator based on the distance between two moving averages The MACD was originally calculated as the difference between a 26 period and a 12 period moving average red line A signal line of 9 periods blue line is then used to provide a crossover signal similar to that which occurs in a moving average The indicator is also displayed in the chart below as a histogram with bars above and below the zero line We have looked at a number of different ways here to define a trend It is obviously not possible and certainly not recommended to use all of these approaches Choose one that you are comfortable with and then stick with it Jeff Cartridge Education Manager Tags charting d2mx chart moving averages technical analysis technical indicators Trading Software Trading Strategies Posted in Trading Software Trading Strategies No Comments Candlestick Charting With D2MX Charts Friday September 21st 2012 There are a number of different ways you can view price data in the new D2MX charts You can look at lines bars point and figure swing charts or candlesticks These are all accessible from the buttons at the top of the chart window Today we will take a look at the candlesticks and how to interpret a chart when it is displayed in this way The Basics A candle is made up of two parts a body and a line on the top or the bottom of the candle known as a shadow Candles display the data for the time period that is being viewed If you are looking at a daily chart there will be one candle per day if you are looking at a 5 minute intraday chart there will be one candle every 5 minutes The body of the candle shows the price movement from the open to close for the time period The body of the candle can either be open as in the green candles in the chart above or shaded in shown by the red candles An open candle means the price was higher at the close than it was at the open A solid candle means the price was lower at the close than the open In the charts here the candles are coloured green for up and red for down Candles can however be black and white and still provide the same information You can alter the colours of the candlesticks in the D2MX charts if you choose with a right click on the chart click Chart Properties and scroll down to the Colour Settings The shadow on the top of the candle marks the highest price the share reached during the time period If this is the same as the open or closing price then there will be no shadow The shadow on the bottom of the candle marks the lowest price the share reached during the time period Interpreting Candlesticks The shape of the candlestick provides information on what happened for the time period you are looking at A candle that opened at the bottom and climbed to the top of the candle shows the market moved strongly in that direction for the day highlighted yellow on the chart below A strong move will often see more of the same the next day On the other hand if the candle has a long shadow on the top this means the price climbed higher but then fell back during the day highlighted brown on the chart below It is likely that the price will continue lower the next day And the reverse of this is also true with a long shadow on the bottom of the candle indicating a sell off was reversed during the day highlighted green on the chart below and the price will be more likely to rise the next day Sometimes a candle has a shadow on the top and the bottom and no body to it This is known as a doji pronounced doh jee and shows that the share price moved higher and lower during the day but closed near where it opened This is a sign of indecision in the market and a move in either direction could unfold the next day Combining Candlesticks While individual candlesticks can be interpreted by the shape of the candle it is also possible to identify patterns in two or more candlesticks combined together When the first candle is green and the second candle is red with a range higher and lower than the previous candle this is called an engulfing pattern or an outside day in bar chart terminology This sharp change of direction in the share will often lead to more follow through in the direction of the large candle There are two bearish engulfing patterns shown in brown and two bullish engulfing patterns shown in green in the chart below If the highest price for the day is the same as the previous period s high then the pattern is known as a tweezer top Two lows the same is called a tweezer bottom This is like a mini resistance level that the share has been unable to break above and a reversal of direction is possible This is an introductory look at using candlesticks in the D2MX charts to assist interpreting the market movements and assist you to form trading ideas For more information on Candlesticks see Louise Bedford s book The Secrets Of Candlestick Charting or the reference book for candlesticks by Steve Nison Japanese Candlestick Charting Techniques Jeff Cartridge Education Manager To see the D2MX Charts in action download a free trial from the Trader Dealer website Tags candlestick charts candlestick patterns charting charting basics charting techniques d2mx charts Posted in Trading Software No Comments Webinar Playback A Bottom Up Approach to Trading Friday September 7th 2012 In a bottom up approach to you look for the shares that are doing well regardless of the current state of the market or bigger picture of the economic environment In this webinar we used the Market Analyser 7 to demonstrate how to find trade ideas using this bottom up approach And if you like this check out the top down approach as well What s up next in the webinar program Tags Iress iress trader Market Analyser trading education Trading Strategies trading webinar Posted in Market Analyser 7 Trading Software Trading Strategies No Comments Bottom Up Trading Using D2MX Trade Tools Friday September 7th 2012 There are over 2000 shares listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and it can be difficult to find the diamonds amongst the rocks that are scattered through the market Fortunately the D2MX Trade Tools make it easier to find the opportunities by allowing you to quickly filter out shares that you are interested in This approach to the market is known as bottom up trading identifying the shares that are doing well regardless of the current state of the market or bigger picture of the economic environment The main tool you can use to quickly scan the markets is the D2MX Analyser This allows you to identify shares that meet your criteria whatever they may be However with a wide range of indicators and criteria to choose from how do you know which is the best to use To make money in shares you buy at a lower price and sell at a higher price It sounds easy but is it Here we are going to use a filter that identifies shares that have gone up 20 in the last month because rising share prices is how you make money From the indicator drop down list select the indicator Price Change Above Below Set the parameters to Close Price Increase 20 30 These parameters identify shares where the closing price is more than 20 above the price 30 days ago A nice simple filter but very effective One challenge with this scan is you will pick up a lot of illiquid shares A share that trades very low volume and is below 10 cents can easily add 20 in a month It only has to move 2 cents to achieve this You can filter out these shares using the Filter Settings in the D2MX Analyser Wizard Click on Filter Settings and you can filter by price volume or both In the screenshot above the price has been set to 0 10 10 cents in Analyser which is different to what is displayed elsewhere in the program The volume has been set to 500 000 and this volume applies to the last trading day only it is not an average A word of caution is necessary when setting this volume filter volumes are very low at the start of the trading day in all shares If you were to run a scan at 10 30am you will find more shares filtered out than if you ran the same scan at 3 30pm Select the watchlist from Analyse Lists and you can now run a scan on your chosen watchlist In a future release you will be able to scan the whole market but for now you can scan up to the Top 300 shares or any of your User Watchlists In the Quote screen you can use the Navigator and then click Industry You can save the list of shares in an industry sector as a User Watchlist and then run a scan on that watchlist By creating a watchlist for each sector you can then scan the whole market The results of the scan are displayed in the list You can then quickly flick through these shares using the black buttons at the top of the D2MX chart Keep flicking through until you find a share that looks interesting from a technical analysis point of view Typically this means a share that is rising steadily from bottom left to the top right of the chart You can quickly add it to a watchlist with a right click on the chart then Add to Watchlist and select the watchlist you want to add to Once the shares are in the watchlist you can analyse them further Set up your screen with different charts and data windows and use the D2MX charts to view the shares You can also take a look at the fundamental info by opening the Security Info tab located under the Security menu Once you have your screen configured the way you want it use the Broadcast function to analyse the shares in more detail Right click on the share in the watchlist and click Broadcast to update all the open windows While the timing may not necessarily be right for immediate entry into these trades you have quickly identified potential opportunities Even though you are effectively ignoring the bigger picture of what is happening in the markets this approach will highlight more shares in the stronger sectors and also more shares when the markets are strong as well Using

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  • Upcoming Dividends | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    current dividend payment is 0 6 cents and it is 100 franked The record date is 16 11 2012 and the dividend will be paid on 30 11 2012 Based on the full year payment the dividend yield is 1 0 Current Yield 1 0 Franking 100 DRP Discount Not Available Yield has been calculated on the closing price on the 24 10 2012 Current yield is based on the current dividend payment only Tags Dividend Ex Dividend Ontehhouse OTH Posted in Upcoming Dividends No Comments Dividends Tamawood Ex Dividend On 9 11 2012 Wednesday October 31st 2012 Tamawood Limited TWD will go ex dividend on 9 11 2012 The current dividend payment is 13 cents and it is 100 franked The record date is 15 11 2012 and the dividend will be paid on 5 12 2012 Based on the full year payment the dividend yield is 8 6 Current Yield 5 3 Franking 100 DRP Discount Not Available Yield has been calculated on the closing price on the 24 10 2012 Current yield is based on the current dividend payment only Tags Dividend Ex Dividend Tamawood TWD Posted in Upcoming Dividends No Comments Dividends Desane Group Holdings Ex Dividend On 8 11 2012 Wednesday October 31st 2012 Desane Group Hldings DGH will go ex dividend on 8 11 2012 The current dividend payment is 1 cents and it is 0 franked The record date is 14 11 2012 and the dividend will be paid on 26 11 2012 Based on the full year payment the dividend yield is 2 5 Current Yield 2 5 Franking 0 DRP Discount Not Available Yield has been calculated on the closing price on the 24 10 2012 Current yield is based on the current dividend payment only Tags Desane Group Holdings DGH Dividend Ex Dividend Posted in Upcoming Dividends No Comments Dividends ANZ Banking Group Ex Dividend On 8 11 2012 Wednesday October 31st 2012 ANZ Banking Grp Ltd ANZ will go ex dividend on 8 11 2012 The current dividend payment is 0 cents and it is 0 franked The record date is 14 11 2012 and the dividend will be paid on 19 12 2012 Based on the full year payment the dividend yield is 5 5 Current Yield 0 0 Franking 0 DRP Discount 1 5 Yield has been calculated on the closing price on the 24 10 2012 Current yield is based on the current dividend payment only Tags ANZ ANZ Banking Group Dividend Ex Dividend Posted in Upcoming Dividends No Comments Dividends Shenhua Ex Dividend On 5 11 2012 Wednesday October 31st 2012 Shenhua Ltd SHU will go ex dividend on 5 11 2012 The current dividend payment is 2 5 cents and it is 0 franked The record date is 12 11 2012 and the dividend will be paid on 30 11 2012 Based on the full year payment the dividend yield is 7 1 Current Yield 7 1 Franking 0 DRP Discount Not Available Yield

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  • Market Analyser 7 Video Tutorial #1: Introduction | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    Chinese Offer To Support Eurozone ASX Company News Viterra Sells US Livestock Feed Operations This entry was posted on Thursday February 16th 2012 at 5 22 pm and is filed under Market Analyser 7 You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory Stock Market Analysis US Markets Ease Near All Time Highs Markets Higher As Investors Play Catch Up Weekly Market Wrap Investing in 2013 continued Part 9 Stock Trading Tips for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Higher As Investors Play Catchup Stock Market Analysis Markets Cautious Ahead Of Chinese Data Archives February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009

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  • Market Analyser 7 Video: Getting Started | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    Limited Enters Bauxite Farm In Agreement This entry was posted on Thursday March 8th 2012 at 2 37 pm and is filed under Market Analyser 7 You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory Stock Market Analysis US Markets Ease Near All Time Highs Markets Higher As Investors Play Catch Up Weekly Market Wrap Investing in 2013 continued Part 9 Stock Trading Tips for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Higher As Investors Play Catchup Stock Market Analysis Markets Cautious Ahead Of Chinese Data Archives February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008

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  • Market Analyser 7 Video Tutorial: Watchlists | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    Once you ve installed Market Analyser 7 go to your Windows Start menu select All Programs find the D2MX folder and select Upgrade Tool This will run a program which finds your old watchlists and imports them into Market Analyser 7 There s a reference guide here http blog traderdealer com au market analyser 7 news for help with this process If you have any problems give the support desk a call 1300 363 766 Cheers Lucy Adrian says July 9 2012 at 5 38 pm Could you tell me more about the Import and Export tabs under the Quote Clipboard heading Many thanks Lucy says July 11 2012 at 11 04 am Hi Adrian The Import Export is a handy feature if you use other software for managing your watchlist info You can move watchlist data from Market Analyser into other Windows based applications like Excel and vice versa Instructions on using this function are available here Cheers Lucy Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory Stock Market Analysis US Markets Ease Near All Time Highs Markets Higher As Investors Play Catch Up Weekly Market Wrap Investing in 2013 continued Part 9 Stock Trading Tips for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Higher As Investors Play Catchup Stock Market Analysis Markets Cautious Ahead Of

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  • Market Analyser 7 Video Tutorial: Company Data | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    software stocks Trading Software Dividends WDS Limited Ex Dividend On 9 3 2012 Stock Market Analysis Markets Hover Around Key Levels As Oil Prices Surges This entry was posted on Friday March 2nd 2012 at 9 15 am and is filed under Market Analyser 7 You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory Stock Market Analysis US Markets Ease Near All Time Highs Markets Higher As Investors Play Catch Up Weekly Market Wrap Investing in 2013 continued Part 9 Stock Trading Tips for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Higher As Investors Play Catchup Stock Market Analysis Markets Cautious Ahead Of Chinese Data Archives February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 August 2009 July

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  • Market Analyser 7 Video Tutorial: Derivatives | Online Stockmarket Trading Update
    March 21st 2012 at 11 01 am and is filed under Market Analyser 7 You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed You can leave a response or trackback from your own site Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website RSS Feed Twitter Follow Us Sign up to our free weekly e newsletter Feel inspired Start trading Recent Post Markets Cap Best January Performance for Over a Decade Weekly Market Wrap The Covered Call Collar Part 3 1 of Options Trading for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Cap Best January for Over a Decade Stock Market Analysis Traders Take Profits Stock Market Analysis Markets Reach Bull Market Territory Stock Market Analysis US Markets Ease Near All Time Highs Markets Higher As Investors Play Catch Up Weekly Market Wrap Investing in 2013 continued Part 9 Stock Trading Tips for All Types of Market Environments Stock Market Analysis Markets Higher As Investors Play Catchup Stock Market Analysis Markets Cautious Ahead Of Chinese Data Archives February 2013 January 2013 December 2012 November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 May 2011 April 2011 March 2011 February 2011 January 2011 December 2010 November 2010 October 2010 September 2010 August 2010 July 2010 June 2010 May 2010 April 2010 March 2010 February 2010 January 2010 December 2009 November 2009 October 2009 September 2009 August 2009 July 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 September 2008 August 2008 July 2008 June 2008 May 2008 April 2008

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