By Derek Frey Stopped out again! That was number 13 in a row and I thought 13 was my lucky number! It was the last straw. I was right to think I hated trading. I couldn’t see how I’d be able to go on in this business for one more day. I wanted to pick … Read more
Trading Persistent PullbacksBy Dave Landry “One should not increase, beyond what is necessary, the number of entities required to explain anything.” – Occam’s Razor “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Leonardo Davinci In Was Right In Front Of Me All Along I spent many years searching for the perfect methodology. I would wake up early … Read more
“How to buy bottoms and sell tops with confidence.”By Jason Alan Jankovsky, FOREX Analyst & Trader Almost any trader with some experience has heard the trading maxim (or rule) “Don’t try to catch a falling knife…” It usually refers to buying a market falling in price and alludes to how dangerous it can be to … Read more
We’ve all spent time pouring over various indicators, trading systems, and other gizmos, trying them in various combinations, and often to our eventual frustration and disappointment.
When trading in the forex market, traders who wish to maximize their probability of success should pay close heed to several key principles and practices. This article discusses some of these principles and then provides a specific, step-by-step strategic method for putting them into effective practice.
Factor models are not just for long-term investors. They can help traders find out why their strategies are suffering.
Two terms you hear a lot about are support and resistance. Basically, they are points on a chart where the probabilities favor at least a temporary halt in the prevailing trend.
One of the most popular ways to trade forex is to trade economic data and news releases. Most people may have heard of the saying News Moves Markets.
The yields on long dated U.S. Treasury paper rose substantially this week. But the real story is that the two-year Treasury note known as US2YT=RR went up to a level it hasn’t seen since November 2007. The reason for the rise in US Treasury bonds was that following guidance from the Bank of England and … Read more