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By: Chuck Hughes Buy Stocks at a 30% Discount A little known option strategy allows you to buy stocks at a discount. Buying a stock at a 30% discount enables you to profit if the stock price increases, remains flat or even declines 20 to 25%. This option strategy continues to profit even during non trending markets. Learn how to hold your stock during volatile price swings and still realize a good return even if the price of the underlying stock remains flat or declines. For more information, please visit www.tradewins.com FUTURES. STOCKS, FOREX AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS... Continue reading
Posted Jun 10, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Larry Williams Larry wrote his first best seller, "How I Made $1,000,000 Trading Commodities Last Year," from his own personal experience. Years later, he continued to wins laurels for his public trading contest performance - shattering records by turning $10,000 into $1,137,000 in one year! More importantly, Larry is an outstanding communicator who shares his most vital secrets during his training videos. In this excerpt, Larry discusses commodity trading and watching the track record of commercial traders versus public traders. For more information, please visit www.tradewins.com FUTURES, STOCKS, BONDS, CURRENCY AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS WITH THE POTENTIAL... Continue reading
Posted Jun 3, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Chuck Hughes When I am considering taking a short position, I will only will take a short position in a stock or ETF if the Major Trend System for that stock or ETF is on a ‘sell’ signal. Taking short positions in the direction of the major trend helps prevent ‘whipsaw’ trades when counter-trend rallies occur. Preventing whipsaw trades can increase profits, reduce losses and increase the percentage of winning trades. Trading in the Direction of the Major Trend • The 1-Month/20-Month EMA Major Trend System can be used as a filter that only allows trades in the direction... Continue reading
Posted May 27, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Chuck Hughes Short trades profit as stocks or ETFs decline in price. Short trades can greatly increase your profit opportunities and open up a whole new universe of trade possibilities. Normally short trades are considered high risk as you incur almost unlimited risk if you are short a stock that continues to rally in price. The key to successful short trading is to only take only ‘limited risk’ short trades. Learn the three keys to successful short trading: Only take short positions in stocks or ETFs when the major price trend is down to prevent ‘whipsaw’ trades Only take... Continue reading
Posted May 12, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Chuck Hughes My trade selection process involves three steps: 1) Determine the Price Trend 2) Confirm the Price Trend 3) Use the Keltner Channels to Time Your Entry $295,799.77 In Actual Profits This trade selection process is easy to implement but has been very effective in finding stocks and options with the best profit opportunities. My brokerage account Portfolio Profit/Loss reports below show that I currently have $295,799.77 in open trade profits after commissions. Learn how I used my trade selection process to select the trades in these portfolios. For more information, please visit www.tradewins.com FUTURES. STOCKS, FOREX AND... Continue reading
Posted Apr 29, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Ellie Taft Today I would like to show you an easy way to cash in on economic news. I’m not talking about sitting on the edge of your seat; finger on the trigger, ready to jump into action the instant the report is released. No way. As you are about to see, it is much easier and much more profitable to sit back, wait for the ruckus to die down and seek your profits on the back end. For more information, please visit www.dadslegacy.us FUTURES, STOCKS, BONDS, CURRENCY AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR SUBSTANTIAL... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Chuck Hughes My trend following systems recently produced $472,065.39 in net profits in my trading portfolios during difficult market conditions and a period of economic uncertainty. My trend following systems identify stocks in a price up trend. Once I identify a stock in a price up trend I use my trend confirmation indicators such as On Balance Volume and new 52-Week high to confirm the price trend. I then use the Keltner Channels to select a trade entry and exit point for stocks and options. The Keltner Channels are one of the simplest but most effective timing indicators that... Continue reading
Posted Apr 1, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Chuck Hughes The Fail Safe Exponential Moving Average System (EMA) is a technical based investing system that utilizes exponential moving averages to define "buy" and "sell" signals. Technical analysis is a discipline that focuses on historical price patterns, trends and quantitative analysis with the goal of determining future price movements in a stock or index. For more information, please visit www.tradewins.com FUTURES, STOCKS, BONDS, CURRENCY AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR SUBSTANTIAL LOSSES. PLEASE READ. PAST RESULTS ARE NOT NECESSARILY INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS. THERE IS A SUBSTANTIAL RISK OF LOSS TRADING STOCKS AND OPTIONS... Continue reading
Posted Mar 25, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Chuck Hughes Apple stock has been trending up since our video outlining Apple as this year’s best profit opportunity. Although Apple stock is over extended as a result of the recent price increase, it is still undervalued by historical standards and I plan to purchase more if Apple stock retraces back to support. Discover a great timing indicator that I use to time entry and exit points. For more information, please visit www.tradewins.com FUTURES. STOCKS, FOREX AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR SUBSTANTIAL LOSSES. PLEASE READ. PAST RESULTS ARE NOT NECESSARILY INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 18, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Andy Chambers Andy has been working as an independent trader and analyst for private individuals and corporations. Working on his own, outside the corporate structure, has allowed Andy's trading and analysis to evolve to what he regards as a much higher level. Andy has a keen eye for charts and trading patterns. In this video, Andy demonstrates his charting capabilities by analyzing several individual stocks that appear to have upside potential. For more information, please visit www.tradewins.com FUTURES, STOCKS, BONDS, CURRENCY AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR SUBSTANTIAL LOSSES. PLEASE READ. PAST RESULTS ARE NOT... Continue reading
Posted Mar 11, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Chuck Hughes Despite daily volatility the broad stock market as measured by the S&P 500 Index is virtually unchanged over the past 4 months making it difficult to profit from long or short trades. If you use money management rules to limit losses during volatile markets, many times you will be stopped out of a trade even though you were ultimately correct about the market direction. Learn the ideal strategy to profit in volatile markets even if markets are unchanged this year. For more information, please visit www.tradewins.com FUTURES. STOCKS, FOREX AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS WITH THE... Continue reading
Posted Mar 4, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Ellie Taft With a centralized market like stocks and commodities everyone knows exactly what time the opening bell will ring. Traders also know that the first 15-20 minutes following the bell are critical for the entire day. But what happens with a 24-hour market like forex? Believe it or not forex has a critical power hour too. . .but it may not be the one you would have guessed. For more information, please visit www.dadslegacy.us FUTURES, STOCKS, BONDS, CURRENCY AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR SUBSTANTIAL LOSSES. PLEASE READ. PAST RESULTS ARE NOT NECESSARILY INDICATIVE... Continue reading
Posted Feb 25, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Chuck Hughes Selecting an option strike price is an often overlooked but important part of profitable option investing. Option premiums consist of time value an intrinsic value. Option Premium = Time Value + Intrinsic Value The strike price of an option determines the option’s time value and intrinsic value. Options lose all time value at expiration. Options Lose All Time Value at Expiration When you purchase an option the time value portion of an option is a decaying asset. Therefore the goal is to maximize intrinsic value and minimize time value when you purchase an option. Goal is to... Continue reading
Posted Feb 18, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Joe Duffy In this video, Joe Duffy discusses setting your stops and things you should consider before losing valuable profits. For more information, please visit www.tradewins.com FUTURES, STOCKS, BONDS, CURRENCY AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR SUBSTANTIAL LOSSES. PLEASE READ. PAST RESULTS ARE NOT NECESSARILY INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS. THERE IS A SUBSTANTIAL RISK OF LOSS TRADING STOCKS AND OPTIONS WITH OR WITHOUT THIS OR ANY OTHER ADVERTISED PRODUCT, SERVICE OR SYSTEM. ALSO, HYPOTHETICAL OR SIMULATED PERFORMANCE RESULTS HAVE CERTAIN INHERENT LIMITATIONS. UNLIKE AN ACTUAL PERFORMANCE RECORD, SIMULATED RESULTS DO NOT REPRESENT ACTUAL TRADING. SINCE... Continue reading
Posted Feb 11, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Chuck Hughes Trading options can seem overwhelming to many investors as there are so many options to choose from. For example, if you want to trade options on Apple stock today there are currently 396 different options available for Apple. How does an investor effectively select an option with good profit potential among 396 choices? Learn how the Option Cycle Strategy can help you select options with the best profit potential through the use of historical price data. For more information, please visit www.tradewins.com FUTURES. STOCKS, FOREX AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR SUBSTANTIAL LOSSES.... Continue reading
Posted Feb 4, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
By: Ellie Taft "Stop-running", where price gets deliberately pushed through support or resistance in order to trigger the stops that are hiding there, occurs every day. And if you arent careful, youll get caught in the ambush. Savvy "Stop-Hunters" get in at a great price. Meanwhile, what happens to you? You get stuck with another frustrating loss for nothing! For more information, please visit: www.dadslegacy.us FUTURES, STOCKS, BONDS, CURRENCY AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR SUBSTANTIAL LOSSES. PLEASE READ. PAST RESULTS ARE NOT NECESSARILY INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS. THERE IS A SUBSTANTIAL RISK OF LOSS TRADING... Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
A little noticed recent accounting change will dramatically lower the P/E Ratio for Apple stock this year providing investors with this year’s best profit opportunity. Since 2003 Apple stock has traded at an average P/E Ratio of 32 (trailing 12-month). Based on the recent accounting rule changes Apple is expected to earn $12 per share this year. If Apple trades at its recent historical P/E Ratio of 32 the price of Apple stock will rise from its current price of 206 to 384 this year providing an 86% return. Now is the time to establish positions in Apple ahead of... Continue reading
Posted Jan 21, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
Everyone who has traded knows the adage "Cut Your Losses, and Let Your Profits Run". However, we also know that trading is not that simple. In this video clip, Joe Duffy discusses what should be considered when following this time-tested trading philosophy. For more information please visit www.tradewins.com FUTURES, STOCKS, BONDS, CURRENCY AND OPTIONS TRADING INVOLVES HIGH RISKS WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR SUBSTANTIAL LOSSES. PLEASE READ. PAST RESULTS ARE NOT NECESSARILY INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS. THERE IS A SUBSTANTIAL RISK OF LOSS TRADING STOCKS AND OPTIONS WITH OR WITHOUT THIS OR ANY OTHER ADVERTISED PRODUCT, SERVICE OR SYSTEM. ALSO, HYPOTHETICAL... Continue reading
Posted Jan 14, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
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By: Chuck Hughes Many global commodity, energy and equities markets have recently experienced 50%+ price moves. After periods of extreme volatility the market volatility usually declines sharply as price moves revert to the long term mean or average. For example, the S&P 500 Index experienced a 50% decline during the severe 2000 – 2003 bear market. The S&P 500 Index bottomed out on March 11th 2003 and finished 2003 with a positive 26.3% return. Volatility decreased sharply after 2003 as the S&P 500 Index price moves reverted to the historical mean. In 2004 the S&P 500 Index advanced 9.0% and... Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2010 at Traders' Library Blog
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