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    Evaluate your Trading Tips and Prove your Skill in Analysis

    Dear Contributors of Traderji, With Experiencing many ups and down in Trading Career,I also started reading Articles,exploring strategies,began reading many Paid and free charts from Softwares ,following TV Experts Tips, tried many Paid Tipster services and so on like most of you. Tracking...
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    Trading Tips: Five Ways to Stay Focused In Scary Markets

    In the fallout from the 2008 global financial crisis, there have been moments that have been driven by pure fear. These are the moments when it can be hard to maintain your composure and trade your plan. Unfortunately, these big days are the times when you need that composure the most. Here is a...
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    Trading Tip #30: Advanced Technical Indicators - Bollinger Bands

    Let's take another look at a more advanced technical tool - Bollinger Bands. These were developed by John Bollinger in the 1980s. In simple terms, they use a simple moving average and standard deviations to give a different perspective on potential highs and lows. Bollinger Bands have a middle...
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    Trading Tip #17: Good News and Bad News

    One of the biggest moments for the markets can come when there is a key news release or fresh fundamental data. Buyers and sellers seem to wrestle with the potential outcome, and in the case of larger announcements, volatility goes through the roof. The problem that I see some traders struggle...
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    Trading Tip #16: Buyers or Sellers

    A question I often receive is, "How can there be more buyers or sellers at one price? Isn't there a buyer for every seller and a seller for every buyer?" The answer is yes, but people are forgetting one important thing. There is a bid and an ask (or offer), and only one of them can be traded at...
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    Secret Trading Tip #3 : A Little Lesson in Lingo

    The world of trading has many parts that seem a little foreign to new traders. There are plenty of catch phrases, symbols, and other banter that can be intimidating or even confusing at first. One of the biggest sources of confusion includes the shorthand that you see for many markets...
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    Secret Trading Tip #3 : A Little Lesson in Lingo

    The world of trading has many parts that seem a little foreign to new traders. There are plenty of catch phrases, symbols, and other banter that can be intimidating or even confusing at first. One of the biggest sources of confusion includes the shorthand that you see for many markets...
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    Trading Tip #20: Understanding Candlestick Patterns - Harami

    I've already covered some of the better known patterns like doji (Tip #18) and engulfing (Tip#19) now it's time to add harami to your candlestick chart pattern arsenal. Let's take a look at what this technical signal looks like, and what opportunities might be presenting themselves when you see...
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    Trading Tip: Trade with a Plan Using a Stop Loss

    In my opinion, every trade you consider should be laid out ahead of time with a roadmap. A complete map should have an off ramp or a place where it makes sense to enter the market. It should also have exits for your destination (profits) as well as off ramps for emergency exits. This part of...
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    Moral Hazard

    Before we get to the moral hazard piece, I have to mention rollover. Thursday is the first day of rollover, which is when the March ES futures contract changes (rolls) to June. We call it top step in the pit. In the past we would trade the new June contract on its first day (Thursday) but now...
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    Trading Tip #9: The Double Stop Reversal

    Stop orders are often used to try to protect profits. Take the stop order to another dimension and use it to reverse your position and open another trading possibility! When you place a stop order, it is only activated if the market trades at or through the stop price. These stop prices are...
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    Trading Tip: Healthy respect for the markets

    Markets are powerful things. When you first start trading, you are likely to hear a lot about the risk that comes with the potential opportunities in trading. Don't just pay it a lip-service. It is important that before you risk one dollar, you understand and respect how the markets work and...
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    Trading Tip #5: Knowing your way around a chart

    For most traders, charts are like their road maps to potential trades. Technicians see potential patterns, key clues that they interpret for trading opportunities. Fundamentalists see confirmation of news stories or supply and demand dynamics playing out in the price fluctuations. Charts are...
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    Trading Tip #2: Trade with a Plan Setting Your Limits

    I think trading with a specific plan is one of the most sensible things a trader can do. It helps you learn and identify key areas to watch for in a market. More importantly, it helps you avoid sabotaging yourself because it helps keep your emotions in check. One of the key components of a...
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    Greek Deadline

    The market continues to wait on the news of the next Greek bailout. Each day that something might happen, the market grinds higher. When that something falls flat, the market goes flat again. After an early slide this morning, the market received the headlines below from Bloomberg and resumed...
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    Rigged and Predetermined

    You have often heard me say that the market is rigged, which it most certainly is via the Federal Reserves overall interest rate engineering, as well as outright manipulations through quantitative easing (QE), backdoor bailouts, POMO, massive swap lines, etc. Many of you believe that...
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    Europe Downgraded

    Last Friday the European continent was (essentially) completely downgraded. Standard & Poors slammed the region with NINE downgrades some one notch and others two notches. S&P cut the ratings of Italy, Spain, Cyprus, and Portugal by two notches while the ratings of France, Austria, Malta...
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    The Market is Dead

    The market is dead. Continuing with last weeks theme there was no volume, no volatility, and no action of any kind. If the market isnt dead, it sure is in a very deep slumber. The range has been so tight for so long that when it does wake up, or come back to life, it should do so with a...
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    ISM and Debt

    I had high hopes for Mondays trade when I said Are enough traders home from their holidays to make for good trading Monday? Thats a close call in my opinion; however, there just may be enough scheduled economic data releases, including the Fed, to make our first day of 2012 a good one...
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    Lawsuits

    Fridays early trade was higher on general optimism. The early rally ran into resistance and started its normal sideways (lack of) trend. Shortly into this sideways zone the news hit: lawsuits. On the face of it you wouldnt expect the news to drive down equities, but this is the only thing...