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Archive for December, 2007

Leading and Lagging Indicators, Achieving a Balance

Saturday, December 22nd, 2007

by Joe DiNapoli  How would you like a trading methodology that gives you predefined entry levels, reasonably tight stops, and precalculated profit objectives as soon as you enter the move? We’re not through. Add to that a very high percentage of winning trades. This is not only the promise but it can also be the [...]

Trading Tips

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007

by Joe Ross THE TRADE DECISION 1. Never add to a losing position. 2. Always determine a stop and a profit objective before entering a trade. Place stops based on market information, not your account balance. If a “proper” stop is too expensive, don’t do the trade. 3. Remember the “power of a position.” Never [...]

The Best Way to Trade with Limited Capital

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007

by Bruce Babcock One of the biggest swindles unscrupulous commodity vendors are pulling is to suggest that you can be a successful commodity trader with minimum capital. In order to sell their trading courses, they claim you can make a fortune starting with whatever amount you currently have available. Most thoughtful experts agree that there [...]

Stop Placement

Tuesday, December 11th, 2007

by Joe Ross  Stop placement is where we separate the kids from the adults. Stop placement is the sole responsibility of you as the manager of your trading business. It is one buck that you cannot pass. You are the end of the line when it comes to placing stops. Let me show you why [...]

Evaluating a Money Manager

Saturday, December 1st, 2007

by Tom Koziol Scams and frauds are designed to take your money through false promises and phony claims. Money management is supposedly designed to increase your net worth. Sometimes these two worlds meet and the results are not in your favor, i.e., you have a considerable decrease in net worth. The information in this article [...]