The part-time trader advantage

You've heard me say it before. One of the biggest trading leaks is micromanaging positions by jumping from trade to trade and never letting your trade work for you.Please retweet if you liked this article!¬†TweetWell part-time traders, I've got great news for you. You have a huge advantage over full-time traders in this area just... Continue Reading →

Swing Trading Smart Tips: Set It and Forget It

Tick. Tick. Tick. That stock is driving you bat shit crazy!Your co-workers gawk as you sweat and continually look up at your screen. You can't hide the fact that you are stressed-the-you-know-what-out.Why are you stressed? It's because that stock you entered moved 20 cents below your entry and is now forming a bearish engulfing pattern.Sounds... Continue Reading →

Ain’t No Glass Chin Here

I'm taking it on the chin today. Not only from the market, but readers as well. It's comforting to know that I can bring so much joy to so many of you. It seems some of you derive a lot of pleasure from my pain. I guess that comes with the territory, especially with the... Continue Reading →

Patience, Trading and Profitability

I stumbled across this article on patience and trading via Trader Mike's links. Although it may seem like basic stuff, it speaks about an issue that has been one of the toughest for me to master. The basic message is you must be patient with your entry points and give your positions time to work... Continue Reading →

Freshly Squeezed

Days like today tend to turn smack talking bears into nervous nellies with itchy trigger fingers. This gives rise to a nice little stock market pop that makes everybody wonder if we really have seen th worst of it and bottomed. Maybe we have, though I seriously doubt it. More likely, what we have today... Continue Reading →

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