Candlesticks; used by many...truly understood by few. As a special treat to Trader's Blog readers, Gary Wagner is offering you an in-depth look into candlestick charting. Join the co-founder of Wagner Financial Group and acclaimed author as he walks you through set ups that can your take your candlestick charting to a new level.
In this video workshop you'll discover the crucial chart patterns that candlesticks reveal - how to interpret them and how to use them to pinpoint market turns. You'll also learn how to use candlesticks in combination with familiar technical indicators like Stochastics, %R, Relative Strength Index and Moving Averages to create a dynamic, synergistic and extremely successful trading system.
Today we've asked our friend John Seguin to discuss his groundbreaking trading strategy. John has been member of the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT) since 1986 and is a seasoned veteran of the trading floor. Working as a broker and analyst for dealer firms such as, DCNY, Greenwich Capital, Sanwa Bank and FIMAT. During his tenure in the trading pits, John began working on an enhanced trading system to address the key components needed to enter high probability trades with defined risk. When industry migration from floor to screen began to unfold, he also took the challenge of producing sound and timely trading strategies for off-the-floor traders to task seeking alternative methods to fill the void of real time information floor traders were able to collect from watching order flow in the trading pits. John has agreed to give our Trader's Blog readers free access to the macrograph charts for two weeks.Continue reading "Define Value and Determine Momentum"→
As a special treat to Trader’s Blog readers, Ron Ianieri is offering you an in-depth look into the Greeks and Options Trading.
No matter what the investment, an investor needs to know and fully understand the potential risks of the investment prior to committing capital to that investment.
In the options market, the Greeks define and quantify the risks of your position before you commit to the investment. Understanding the Greeks is a must for proper risk management. Further, the Greeks can also help you identify and select not only the proper strategy to fit the opportunity you selected, but also which specific options to use to create that specific strategy.
The SEVEN STEPS that every trader needs to know to succeed in trading.
Step 1: A move begins with the sponsors (smart traders) who have insider knowledge as it relates to a particular stock or market. This information will move a market up or down depending on the insiders' information. These buyers are smart, very smart, and recognize trading/investment opportunities very early in the markup cycle.