COMMODITY/ETF SWING TRADES

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014

COMMODITY/ETF SWING TRADES:   THIS SECTION IS DEDICATED  TO CURRENT COMMODITY/ETF TRADING OPPORTUNITIES!   What is Swing Trading? Swing trading is a speculative activity in financial markets where a tradable asset is held for between one to several days in an effort to profit from price changes or ‘swings’. A swing trading position is typically held longer than a day trading position, but shorter than buy and hold investment strategies that can be held for months or years. Profits can be sought by either buying an asset or short selling.     To sign up click: Click...

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STOCKS AND ETF'S ALONG WITH CURRENT INTERESTING STOCK PICKS!

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014

STOCKS AND ETF’S ALONG WITH CURRENT STOCK PICKS:   THIS SECTION IS DEDICATED  TO THE ABOVE CURRENT MARKETS! MARKET METHOD: Using a set of mathematically based objective rules for buying and selling is a common method for swing traders to eliminate the subjectivity, emotional aspects, and labor-intensive analysis of swing trading. The trading rules can be used to create a trading algorithm or “trading system” using technical analysis or fundamental analysis to give buy and sell signals and market direction.     To sign up click: Click...

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DOW, EMINI, BOND, GOLD, CRUDE, VIX MOVEMENT!

Posted by on Jun 30, 2014

DOW, EMINI, BOND, GOLD, CRUDE AND VIX DIRECTION:   THIS SECTION IS DEDICATED  TO THE ABOVE CURRENT MARKETS!   MARKET METHOD: Using a set of mathematically based objective rules for buying and selling is a common method for swing traders to eliminate the subjectivity, emotional aspects, and labor-intensive analysis of swing trading. The trading rules can be used to create a trading algorithm or “trading system” using technical analysis or fundamental analysis to give buy and sell signals and market direction.     To sign up click: Click...

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ANDREW'S SECTION AND CHARTS

Posted by on Jul 26, 2014

ANDREW’S SECTION:   IN THE SPIRIT OF ANDREW’S TRADING, CHARTS WILL BE SHOWN WITH CONFLUENCE!   What is the “Andrews” Method: A technical indicator that uses three parallel trendlines to identify possible levels of support and resistance. The trendlines are created by placing three points at the end of identified trends. This is usually achieved by placing the points in three consecutive peaks or troughs. Once the points have been placed, a straight line is drawn from the first point that intersects the midpoint of the other two.     To sign up click: Click Here!...

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