I love my iPhone and my new iPad, but one of my big frustrations with both Apple devices was not being able to look at our very own Trade Triangles and MarketClub charts.
Now for the good news! That problem has been solved for me with two apps that all work with MarketClub.
Puffin Web Browser: It is a cute name, it's free or for a small charge, and easily downloadable from the App Store. The Puffin app works just like the Safari browser that is already installed on your iPad and iPhone, but it displays Flash content. Its creators, CloudMosa Inc., claim it "is a wicked fast web browser and renders the full versions of web pages quickly and reliably. It also supports Flash with excellent performance on iPads and iPhones."
Personally, I stick with Safari when surfing the web until I see something that is interesting and requires Flash, then I switch to one of the two browsers we are reviewing here today.
Photon Flash Player Browser for iPad: According to USA Today, who gives this browser five stars, "Photon browser is a powerful and versatile Safari alternative that excels in its flash support..." This browser can be used instead of Safari to look at MarketClub charts. Created by Appsverse Inc., the app is available for free or a small charge.
I love my iPhone and iPad, but one of my frustrations was not being able to look at our very own MarketClub charts.
Now for the good news! That problem has been solved for me with this amazing new app called Puffin. It is only $0.99 and easily downloadable from the App Store. The Puffin App works like your Safari browser. It doesn't replace Safari, it is just another browser choice you have for surfing the web.
For just $0.99 this app is a steal and can change the way you surf the web and how you view our charts. Now you can have MarketClub and MarketClub TV on your iPhone or your iPad wherever you are 24/7.
Every success in using this new app and MarketClub,
The more things change, the more they stay the same
Last month, on February 10th to be exact, I shared with you the "52-week Friday rule". This was a rule that I learned over 3 decades ago in the markets.
In case you missed this video, which you can watch here, I show you that when a market is closing at a 52-week high on a Friday, you should go long. The rest of the rules are in this video that you should watch as it has been working with amazing regularity.
On Wednesday, after much hype and drama, Steve Jobs walked onstage and unveiled Apple's latest creation - the iPad. Having watched almost every key address for Apple for many years I, like many others, were disappointed that the product didn't live up to the hype. Nonetheless, Apple will sell a boatload of these products, but not as many as the iPhone.
Upon reflection, it occurred to me that Steve Jobs is changing the whole business model of Apple and I don't believe anyone has caught on to this yet.
In all the reports I've read after the launch of the iPad, I think every writer/analyst missed this key point: Steve Jobs wants to be like King Gillette.
If you don't know who King Gillette was, you may not old enough to shave. King Gillette started his business at the beginning of the century. His business model is what I believe Apple's business model will be in the future.