As mentioned in the previous post, we do not have a lot of faith in the market at present. Many indicators are flashing red but stock markets continue to rally thanks to the backdrop of loose monetary policy.
Even so we will stick to our trading strategies and hope to find alpha in un-correlated opportunities. It should be another interesting week and non-farm payrolls could prove to be a big event.
Below are the setups we are watching this week: Read more »
The 4th of July US holiday always seems like a good time to reflect on what is going on in the world and the current situation in financial markets.
Unfortunately, the events of the last couple of weeks have caught many traders by surprise and many have lost a lot of money.
Let’s analyse what’s been going on and then make some comments about what to expect in the coming weeks ahead. Read more »
Successful investing is both an art and a science.
We can see this must be true because if investing was purely a science then the richest investors in the world would all be professors and academics. Read more »
Download the rules to a trading system that makes 170% a year in stocks.
Regular readers of this blog will be aware that I like to create trading systems using Amibroker; a program which allows you to test various investment strategies on historical stock data. Read more »
Visa Inc. ($V) is a multinational financial services company that facilitates the transfer of funds around the world via Visa-branded credit cards and debit cards. If you didn’t already know that you must be living on another planet because Visa is everywhere. Here are 10 reasons why you might want to buy the stock today. Read more »
One of the most powerful functions in Amibroker is the ability to easily program rotational trading strategies. In this article I present 8 ideas that may inspire you to create a new rotational trading system.
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Keep reading to find out some interesting observations on US stocks and ticker symbols.
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In this article I look at a popular method for trading stocks and futures which utilises the RSI 2 indicator. This is a mean reversion technique for finding overbought and oversold securities. Read more »
How much money would you have made if you’d invested $500 a month into Apple stock over the last 15 years? What about other major US companies like General Electric, JP Morgan or Visa? Is this even a good investment strategy? In this article, I find out.
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In last week’s post I wrote about a strategy for shorting shares that looked to sell short overbought, ‘supernova-type’ companies. The strategy produced some good results in testing and was also picked up elsewhere in the blogosphere. Read more »