Category Archives: Battlefield Preparations

STOCK TRADING…IN THE CROSSHAIRS: EXPECTATIONS VS REALITY

In our latest LIVE WEBINAR we discussed how our expectations can cause any number of negative effects on our trading, including ultimate disaster (or the inability to trade another day).

TRADE WHAT IS NOT WHAT YOU THINK SHOULD BE

Trade what is…not what you think should be.

SAME AS IT EVER WAS: RICHARD D. WYCKOFF ON SUCCESSFUL SPECULATING

In 1932 (!) Richard D. Wyckoff wrote the following in a book entitled The Richard D. Wyckoff Method of Trading in Stocks   Key Takeaways:  Do not ask for advice. Let the market provide ideas.  Self Reliance is developed by doing your own thinking, refining your own judgments, and forming your own conclusions.  The tape…

THE STOCK MARKET…IN THE CROSSHAIRS: IT IS ALL A MATTER OF INTERPRETATION

The stock market cannot be predicted, only managed by accepting and embracing its inherent uncertainty riddled with various interpretations.

KEEP TRADING SIMPLE

Keep your trading edge simple is the advice from Marcel Link, in his book High Probability Trading.   So simple, in fact, that your trading edge “should fit on the back of an envelope”.       Just a thought for those who believe in predicting and who believe that the more complicated a system the…

STOCKS…IN THE CROSSHAIRS

Each weekend we review our watchlist stocks for potential opportunities for the week ahead.

DO YOU WANT TO BECOME AN EXPERT? SNEAK A PEAK AT THE NEW SCIENCE OF EXPERTISE

When the principles of deliberate practice are applied to technical analysis and risk taking anyone can succeed at trading.

STRATEGY AND TACTICS FOR THE STOCK TRADER

Without a plan, trading becomes nothing more than an addictive gambling cycle sure to end in misery, despair, and unpaid bills.

TRIGGERED TRADES REVIEW…IN THE CROSSHAIRS

Unfortunately, the stock market is not in the life saving business.

MANAGING THE TRADING PROCESS

One of the reasons so few traders succeed is because they try to fit a one size fits all trading system into varying market conditions.