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How To Stop Taking “Boredom Trades”

by Gary Dayton Traders sit in front of the screen all day watching the markets, and if they don’t see a trade, they may force one just out of boredom. Traders sometimes feel they must be in the market, and it can force them to take trades they shouldn’t be taking. These are boredom trades…
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The 20 Methods of Highly Successful Traders

Wealthy traders are obviously doing something differently. Now, the research proves it. The best traders are using methods that ensure their success. Funny thing is, what they do isn't hard to understand or some "secret code". Anyone can do the same things if they follow the steps. In the course of interviewing (and examining the…
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An XOP Trading Strategy

Many traders are tempted to pick bottoms or tops without clear evidence that a market has turned or a well defined entry as well as exit strategy. Clearly the stocks in the energy sector have had a rough couple of years so there is much anticipation of an eventual turnaround in this sector. The SPDR…
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The Week Ahead: With Weak Data Are Stocks Still The Best Bet?

The spate of weak economic data appears to have shortened the market's pullback as the major averages, including the beaten down financial stocks posted strong gains last Thursday. It looks like some of the hedge funds were scrambling to covered their short positions. The higher weekly close provides additional evidence that the October 2nd low…
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Should You Be Buying The Dip?

After the Dow closed higher for seven days in a row a pullback not surprising. The declining volume also suggested the rally was losing upside momentum. The market's corrections hit the Dow Transports the hardest as it was down 2.22% while the Russell 2000 fell 1.42%. The S&P 500 was down just 0.68% as it…
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What I Tell Traders Who Are Always Losing Money

I remember it like it was yesterday. Why? Because it was yesterday. The frustrated trader was about at his wit's end. He had been trading for less than a year and was the typical story - make some, lose some, make a lot, lose a lot, then lose a lot again. He emailed me to…
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