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Can you just follow your plan already?
about 1 month ago by smbcapital @ SMB Capital

Traders who plan their trades and then trade their plans are usually successful in the long run. In this video, we’ll be looking at a dramatic example of why traders should follow solid time-tested plans instead of panicking out of trades emotionally. * no relevant positionsThe post Can you just follow your plan already? appeared first on SMB Training Blog.

Rallies in downtrends aren’t times to jump back in
about 1 month ago by Michael Martin @ MartinKronicle

Subscribe to the show Sector rotation is underfoot. Time to look at new names in new sectors. Click here to get your free copy of The Inner Voice of Trading audiobook.The post Rallies in downtrends aren’t times to jump back in appeared first on MartinKronicle.

What You Trade Is As Important As How You Trade
3 months ago by Brett Steenbarger, Ph.D. @ TraderFeed

 Happy 2021 to colleagues and readers!In this new year, I'll be doing something different with my blog posts and making efforts to link to the work of trading educators and mentors w...

Tech Stock Indices: Do Bulls Have A Problem?
2 months ago by Chris Kimble @ Kimble Charting Solutions

Tech stocks continue to lead the market higher, with the Nasdaq Composite and Nasdaq 100 recording intra-day all-time highs. BUT something isn’t right beneath the surface. And it could be a rally killer. I emphasize “could”. The 12-year bull market has been lead by tech stocks… and for the past 15 years, tech stocks have been […]

Robinhood Proxies – The Private and Public Markets Can Be Very Connected
2 months ago by Howard Lindzon @ Howard Lindzon

I made a rookie mistake the last few months. When late stage companies are in the news all day, smart growth and momentum investors in the public markets will often pile into proxies.My mistake was not buying the Robinhood and Coinbase public proxies around the world.I am not talking Schwab or Etrade, but FUTU Holdings ($FUTU), Binance (BNB>X) and UP Fintech ($TIGR) . The people on Stocktwits have been all over these too.Continue reading Robinh...

The Rise of Cult Stocks
2 months ago by Michael Spencer @ Last Futurist

Let’s call it what it is, the Gamestop movement was an institutional strategy to bring popularism into the stock market and attract new The post The Rise of Cult Stocks appeared first on The Last Futurist.

If you don’t know why you’re getting in, it will be even harder to get out
2 months ago by Michael Martin @ MartinKronicle

Subscribe to the show Why trading rules are your pilot and navigator. Click here to get your free copy of The Inner Voice of Trading audiobook.The post If you don’t know why you’re getting in, it will be even harder to get out appeared first on MartinKronicle.

Valuations never mattered: You are trading the crowd
3 months ago by Michael Martin @ MartinKronicle

Subscribe to the show There are no intellectuals solutions to your emotional problems around managing risk. Click here to get your free copy of The Inner Voice of Trading audiobook.The post Valuations never mattered: You are trading the crowd appeared first on MartinKronicle.

You might consider price ranges over price targets
3 months ago by Michael Martin @ MartinKronicle

If you are having trouble letting go of the emotional need (it’s not financial) of letting go of price targets, you might consider thinking in terms of “price ranges” as you segue to not having any price targets and letting the market tell you when the move is over. Click here […]The post You might consider price ranges over price targets appeared first on MartinKronicle.

Gamestop Short Squeeze Brings New Market Risks
2 months ago by Blue Haven Capital

New highs are breadcrumbs – start following them
3 months ago by Michael Martin @ MartinKronicle

Just because a name moved 35%, for example, doesn’t mean you’ve missed the move. Oftentimes they can continue to move many multiples beyond that – like 10x-type moves. Don’t let relative price movements stop you from making smart financial decisions. Hint: they might not feel good when you make them. Click […]The post New highs are breadcrumbs – start following them appeared first on MartinKronicle.

How Technology Ate The Stock Market
3 months ago by Ben Carlson @ A Wealth of Common Sense

How technology has changed the markets forever....

Gamestop Monday….WTF Happened?
3 months ago by Howard Lindzon @ Howard Lindzon

I like this ‘explainer’ post from Peter Heilbron titled ‘Yolo‘ that covers a lot of what I have been seeing and feeling the last month and of course yesterday which I have dubbed …Gamestop Monday. Yesterday on Stocktwits there were 33,000 $GME tagged posts (the company is now at a $5 billion valuation). In Tesla’s wild ride up to their S&P inclusion and $800 billion valuation, the daily message volume rarely passed 20,000.Continue reading Gamestop Monday….WTF Happened? at Howard Lindzon.

Improve Timing Using Multiple Time Frames
3 months ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

In this video, Joe Rabil from Rabil Stock Research gives a quick analysis of the SPX using multiple time frames. Then, he provides individual stocks ideas using multiple time frames to show how to improve your timing and know when a stock has worked off its overbought condition.S&P 500 0:47FireEye 2:20Newmont Corporation 3:06General Motors 4:44McKesson Corp 6:14Contact Joe https://rabilstockresearch.com–––––Enjoy this video? Subscribe to StockCharts on YouTube to watch more great content from top financial experts, with new content posted daily: https://tinyurl.com/wvet7qj See what better financial charting can do for you!Start your FREE 1-month trial today at https://stockcharts.comFOLLOW USTwitter: @StockCharts : https://tinyurl.com/tt7429e@StockChartsTV : https://twitter.com/stockchartstvFacebook: https://tinyurl.com/w2fsb42LinkedIn https://tinyurl.com/t7u9568ABOUT STOCKCHARTSStockCharts.com is the web's leading technical analysis and financial charting p...

Louis’ Look: Keep Your Charts Clean
3 months ago by Louis Sykes @ All Star Charts

From the desk of Louis Sykes @haumicharts I hope you all had a great Christmas and enjoyed your New Year’s celebrations. It’s around this time of the year everyone gets all excited to ramp up their New Year’s Resolutions: start exercising more, lose some weight, drink less… But if there’s one resolution I’d like to […]The post Louis’ Look: Keep Your Charts Clean appeared first on All Star Charts.

A SPAC-tacular year
4 months ago by

What do a battery maker, an electric-car company, a sports-betting operator, and a space-travel business have in common? If you guessed that all three debuted on the US stock market in the past year or so, you would be correct. But it’s how they went public that has been generating a lot of buzz.

Re-Evaluating Your Process | David Keller, CMT | Reflections 2020
4 months ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

David Keller, CMT, Chief Market Strategist at StockCharts, shares ten questions you should ask yourself at year end. The first question, "How would you evaluate your overall performance this year?" begins a journey of introspection, evaluation and renewal of purpose. Answer these ten questions to improve your performance and upgrade your routines for 2021!

Trading Success Based on Time Horizons | Erin Swenlin | DecisionPoint (12.21.20)
4 months ago by StockCharts @ StockCharts.com YouTube Channel

Are you a trader or an investor? Do your trade frequently or are you a “buy and hold” investor? In this special episode, Erin discusses specifically which charts and indicators to use for the short-term trader, intermediate-term investor and long-term buy and hold investor. Can an investment have a bearish short-term chart and a bullish long-term chart? Should we invest in a bullish short-term chart that has a bearish long-term chart? As an investor or trader, it is critical to analyze the right charts in the right timeframe.


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