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How Fisher Transformation Can Help You Anticipate Turning Points?

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

In any analysis related to the share prices, the basic assumption is that the prices follow Gaussian Normal Distribution in which the time series of prices are observed to form a bell shaped curve. In...

 
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Five Differences Between Intra Day and End of Day Trading Strategies

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Though trading had proven to be an efficient way of investing the hard-earned money to earn better profits, it had always been on the minds of common people that it would require longer hours in front...

 
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The Best Forex Trading System Doesn't Exist

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

The Foreign Exchange Trading market presents the investors with multiple opportunities to tap successful returns from their investments. However, before you start with the game, it is essential that y...

 
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What to Infer by Reading Stock Charts?

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Stock charts drawn on the movement of share prices or market indices are the basic tools of technical analysis. Investors look out to identify various trends and patterns, which share prices, would fo...

 
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Hedge Funds Predict Slow but Steady Recovery

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

The American economy is finally starting to show signs of life. This past October, American unemployment fell below 8% for the first time since early 2009. In addition, the housing and stock markets a...

 
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Introduction to CADF and Johansen statistical tests for Cointegration

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Cointegration in econometric time series modeling is defined as that property where two or more time series share a common stochastic drift. To put in more technical terms, if there are two non statio...

 
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Alternatives to the Elliott Wave Theory

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

There had always been continuous researches to get better understanding of the capital markets, so as to earn abnormal returns from investments. Elliott Wave Theory is one such attempt, where the mark...

 
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What Really Makes a Stock Go Up and Down

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Investors are always on the look out to make good returns from their investments into the capital markets. To provide for such returns, it is essential that they gain better understanding of what make...

 
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Four Techniques to Identify Up Trends in the Short Term

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Success in capital market investments is all about deciding the right stock and the right time to invest the funds. Investors generally rely on fundamental analysis and technical analysis tools to mak...

 
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Types of Coupon Swap Futures

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Risk hedging had been made much easier with the evolution of derivatives in the capital markets. Derivatives are financial instruments which derive their value from the underlying asset. With growing ...

 
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How to Manage Capital Effectively?

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Capital proves to be lifeblood of every business, which keeps various departments and functions of the organization moving and growing. Without capital, decision making and implementation becomes impo...

 
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How to Construct Market Neutral Statistical Arbitrage Strategies

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Market neutral statistical arbitrage trading strategies can be very profitable low-risk ways to trade no matter which direction the markets are moving. Start with searching the internet to obtain corr...

 
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Trading With E-Mini Index Futures

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Pioneered by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, the E-mini futures were launched during 1997 to 2002 to track the popular stock indices in the capital markets across the financial world. The four major ...

 
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Trading Webinars, are they worth it?

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Before discussing about Trading Webinars, I would love to share a few things with you, which I learnt out of my mistakes, losses & experiences. For me, making money by trading stocks has been a distan...

 
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Impact of Economy on Stock Market

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Stock markets are long believed to be reflections of the country’s economy. The movements in economic indicators in either direction are closely followed by rise and fall in the capital markets. Sound...

 
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Understanding Options Implied Volatility to Make Better Trading Decisions

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Implied volatility, in the simplest sense, is the forward looking estimate of a security price’s volatility. For the most part, traders have always looked at volatility as one of the indicators; howev...

 
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Insider Trading Rules – Treading the Fine Line between what’s Legal and Illegal

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Insider trading is a term thrown around with illegal connotations attached to it. And if anything, famous criminal cases have just served to reinforce that view. However, contrary to popular view, the...

 
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Index Day Trading: Market for the Pros

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Indices are basically an imaginary portfolio made up of many securities that are used to measure or track the movement of a stock market. While stock indices can be charted and tracked just like any i...

 
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Buying US Treasury Bonds: Weighing the Pros and Cons

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Buying US Treasury Bonds is often touted to be one of the safest investments in the world. Issued by the US Treasury, this type of bonds has a maturity date of more than 10 years and issued in denomin...

 
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A Primer on the Norwegian Stock Exchange

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Oslo Stock Exchange, or Oslo Børs, is the main stock market for Norwegian companies. Aside from being widely regarded as an oil-related market, the Norwegian stock exchange has a wide range of domesti...

 
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A Primer on the Italian Stock Market

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

The Italian Stock Exchange, otherwise known as Borsa Italiana, is based in Milan and became a part of the London Stock Exchange Group in 2007. Two of Borsa Italiana’s main indices are FTSE MIB, which ...

 
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Trading Courses: Finding One that Pays for Itself Many Times Over

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

The advent of technological advancement has paved the way for easy to access trading platforms. There’s a legion of aspiring traders who are willing to pay the hefty price of trading courses to become...

 
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Free Trading Systems, are They Worth it?

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

The use of a solid and proven trading system cannot be overemphasized. However, we’ve seen too often how many of those free trading systems are being touted as the “turn-key” formula for instant profi...

 
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Price Action Trading: Understanding Basic Concepts

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Trading, at its very basic, is all about buying and selling assets for a profit – albeit, not necessarily in that order. Though the definition is very rudimentary, it’s best to keep in mind that tradi...

 
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A Primer on Day Trading Strategies

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

The success – or downfall of a trader has a lot to do with the day trading strategy that he uses. Of course, there’s no one strategy that works for all. Often, the perfect trading set-up is one that i...

 
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Trading System Development: Components of a Strategy that Works

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Most traders, especially those who are new to the game, seem to be on a lookout for the most ideal trading system – the so-called “holy grail” of trading. Sorry to be the one bursting anyone’s bubble,...

 
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Stock Market Corrections: Savvy Investors' Most Awaited Event

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Not all downturns spell bad news for investors. In fact, what separates savvy investors from mediocre ones is their ability to spot opportunities when others are seeing blood. That’s what mostly happe...

 
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How to Overcome Limitations of Trading System Backtesting

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Backtesting has always been one of the popular means of testing if a trading system works. Traders spent countless hours to subject their devised system of trading to historical set of data to check i...

 
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Day Trading Options Rules: Understanding the Basics

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

These days, the choice of investment vehicles and underlying assets in trading are varied and diverse. There was a time when trading and investing was limited to vehicles such as bonds, securities and...

 
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Understanding the Different Types of Insider Trading

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

With the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) serious crusade against insider trading, it’s important to be clear on the types of insider trading. Contrary to popular notion, not all of insider tr...

 
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Forex Trading Strategies that Maximizes Your Profits

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

It is no secret that solid Forex trading strategies are one ingredient of success in trading currencies. However, with all the strategies being touted as the next big thing, how do you find a strategy...

 
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10 Reasons Why the Stock Market is Down Today

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

If you’re a trader or an investor, you’ve probably seen the stock market dip many times. If you happen to have substantial holdings on the growth side, a downtrend may leave you reeling and hoping for...

 
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A Closer Look at Insider Trading

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Insider trading refers to the trading activity of an individual who is privy to non-public information of the company whose stock he’s trading. There are trading rules, which insiders of a company hav...

 
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Best Forex Indicators for Maximum Profits

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

If you have spent considerable amount of time trading the Forex market, you would soon learn that there is not one “best” forex indicator. Mastery of technical analysis requires the trader to become m...

 
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Mean-reversion vs. Momentum Strategies

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Ever since the dawn of stock market trading, traders have been hot on the heels of trading strategies that guarantees big returns. Much discussion and debate has been made for and against two trading ...

 
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4 Warning Signs That You Should Stop Trading

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Often, traders can get too focused on making profits from each and every trade that they abandon logic. All better judgment sometimes go down the drain in the face of desiring more profits. Furthermor...

 
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The Risks and Dangers of Overtrading

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Traders can get so engrossed in trading that they begin to have a world of their own. This is well and good. However, the common pitfalls can emerge when in they hope to maximize profits at all cost a...

 
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Which Trading Order is the Most Used by Traders: Limit or Market Order?

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

When you’re starting out to trade stocks, one of the first few things you learn is the different trading executions. We’re given a choice on whether we execute a buy or sell order; with one order to ...

 
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Ingredients of Trading Systems That Work

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

A solid trading system is one of the basic elements needed for a successful trade. It makes you plan ahead before entering a trade with its clearly defined rules so that you don’t let emotions get the...

 
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You Should Know These Day Trading Rules

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Day trading has its own inherent potential for risk and reward; thus, it is subject to specific restrictions and requirements. Here, in this article, we cover the day trading rules all aspiring day tr...

 
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What Successuful Forex Traders have in Common

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

The Forex market is laden with success stories as well as gut-wrenching, mind-numbing losses. And although people from different backgrounds can try their hand at this market, there’s a certain type o...

 
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Trade with Confidence Using Qualitative Trading Systems

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

A quantitative trading system determines buy or sell decisions to minimize risks or to enhance your portfolio based on pure mathematics and statistics. Some trading systems are even designed to the ex...

 
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How to Become More Profitable by Trading With Multiple Time Frames

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Traders must know that the trend is your friend. There are three types of trends – primary, intermediate and short term. With different time frames, a certain stock can have trends at odds with each o...

 
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Seasonality in the Stock Market

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

There has been a lot of historical data that has suggested the existence of seasonality in the stock market. There are times in the year when the market does well and then there are other times when i...

 
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Behavioral Finance in Fund Management

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

In theory, investors are supposed to be free of emotion. Economists have historically pictured the stock market as a group of perfectly calm, rational investors that always make the best possible dec...

 
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Introduction to the January Effect in the Stock Market

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Much has been said of the January effect on stock market. Some traders would stake their fortune on the validity of such observed pattern in the movement of stocks. While some would attribute such eff...

 
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An Introduction to Paper Trading

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Trading financial instruments can be a very lucrative venture – or a potential slaughterhouse for people who don’t know what they’re doing. The market is a place where you can get wiped out in one go;...

 
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What are the most profitable stock patterns?

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Value investors often base their recommendations by examining the fundamentals of a company. This is called fundamental analysis and it is the preferred technique for the long term. In the short term ...

 
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Which U.S. economy measures should you monitor when trading Gold futures

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Gold futures offer an easy way to trade the commodity without actually buying and holding gold. The leading gold futures are highly liquid. The motive behind purchasing gold is to preserve and protect...

 
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Why backtesting and optimizing a trading system is so important

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Before I get started, I need to explain what a trading system is. It is basically a set of certain parameters (rules) that establish points of entry and exit for a particular equity. These points are ...

 
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How to profit from Trading an ETF against a basket of its component stocks

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

The number one thing that Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) have going for them is that they have lower costs and a lot of flexibility in buying and selling them. An ETF is often thought of as a mutual fun...

 
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A Primer on ETF Trading

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

There are many investing and trading innovations flooding the market these days. A concrete example of this is ETFs or exchange traded funds. When done right, ETF trading could be the right vehicle fo...

 
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Should You Invest in the Russian Stock Market?

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Russia is considered as one of the popular emerging markets. And despite the controversies and dispute surrounding President Vladimir Putin’s reelection to office, Russia still pose as a strong emergi...

 
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Should You Invest in the French Stock Market?

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

France has a reputation of being a beautiful and romantic country. When you think about France, you probably imagine great food, impressive historic buildings, and peaceful sceneries. Basically, Franc...

 
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Is it too late to buy AAPL?

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Who doesn't know AAPL? From late of July, it was valued just at $570 and on 19 September 2011 AAPL was valued at $701.91 per shares or up $131.91 (23.14%). After moving that much, you might question, ...

 
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Best Online Brokers for Penny Stock Trading

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Technology has been doing wonders lately; and online trading is gaining traction simply because of it. With the onslaught of many online brokers these days, the challenge is to wade through the lis...

 
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United States versus International Exchange Traded Funds

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

One of the newest and fastest growing investment products today is exchange-traded funds, or ETFs. They are easy to use, trade like stocks on major exchanges throughout the day, and usually contain a ...

 
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How to trade and profit from the high dividend paying stocks

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Normally, making trading profit from a High Dividend paying stock is a difficult exercise. However, for an investor, it is safe to invest in high dividend paying stocks for a longer period and earn t...

 
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Methods and Strategies of Penny Stock Trading

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Any trader worth his salt uses a solid strategy as a basis for his trading decisions. The same can be said for penny stock trading; to get ahead, you need to learn and understand the methods and strat...

 
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Should "Earnings Growth" be used as a trading criterion?

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

How do you know if a company is a good company? That famous analyst and that famous trader usually tell us to see the balance sheet, income statement, and also cash flow statement. But hey, after skim...

 
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How Advanced Traders Use the Level 2 Quotes

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Level 2 quotes happen to be one of the niftiest tools you can use in stocks trading. In a world where every second counts, it always helps to have a direct access to observe how a specific stock is tr...

 
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Quantitative trading analysis using R

Posted by Patrick Fonce, Few months ago

Several techniques are available for navigating the financial markets. Technical analysis, which mainly centers on price patterns and trends to project price action, is the basis that most traders use...

 
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The Advantages of Mechanical Trading Systems

Posted by Mike, Few months ago

If you’re currently at a crossroad on whether discretionary trading is your cup of tea, or a mechanical trading system suits you better; it’s best to do your due diligence and see the advantages of me...

 
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Introduction to Quantitative Trading Models

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Quantitative trading is a technology based investment strategy that uses mathematical properties and logical computations to isolate opportunities in financial markets. Traditionally used by hedge fun...

 
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Difference between Day Trading and Penny Stock Trading

Posted by Tom Huggens, Few months ago

Anyone who wishes to start a trading career should be well-informed of the various opportunities available. If you are in pursuit of the best vehicle to ride for a successful trading career, you may h...

 
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Is spread trading the most profitable way to trade futures?

Posted by Mike, Few months ago

Spread trading refers to the practice of selling (going short) one or more futures contracts while simultaneously buying (going long) one or more offsetting futures contracts with the intention of cap...

 

5 reasons why after-hour and pre-market trading exists

Posted by Mike, Few months ago

After-hour and pre-market trading are not new terms for most of our readers. After-hour trading or popularly known as AHT is the trading that goes on after stocks markets are closed (4:00 PM), whereas...

 

Main Differences between an Equity and Forex Trading System

Posted by Patrick Fonce, Few months ago

Trading in the financial markets is not as complicated as is popularly perceived. There are different platforms for trading such the forex and equity market, also known as stock market. Today, we disc...

 
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How to know when you have a Profitable Trading System

Posted by Guest, Few months ago

Trading either in stocks or in the Forex market can be a tricky affair. It is a high risk method of investing your money and you therefore need to have a good trading strategy in place. Traditionally,...

 
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Trading financial instruments, including foreign exchange on margin, carries a high level of risk and is not suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to invest in financial instruments or foreign exchange you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite. The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss of some or all of your initial investment and therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with trading and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts.