Added by Skot Kortje on January 23, 2018 at 9:59am —
Stock Trends Report on Apple Inc. $AAPL
RSI +/- Pattern Analysis
The current 6 week Stock Trends RSI+/- pattern is ( ++++++ ) (outperforming the SPX for 6 consecutive weeks)
With 22 historic occurrences there is a probability of 61.1 percent to see a (+) after this pattern. When this (+) appears we estimate, with confidence of 95 %, that the mean 1-week returns which follow will be… Continue
Added by Skot Kortje on January 14, 2017 at 4:49pm —
A much longer time in coming than originally planned, the new Stock Trends Report 'Profile' section is installed … Continue
Added by Skot Kortje on September 15, 2014 at 9:00pm —
Emerging market stocks are earning back investor confidence. When the 'risk-on' button has been pushed market-timing traders are prepared to rotate into foreign equities at the earliest sign of sustained price momentum. Considering the muted volatility of the broad North American stock market, evidence of a blooming sector rotation to overseas equity risk is a welcome technical signal for investors.
In U.S. dollar terms, … Continue
Added by Skot Kortje on May 6, 2014 at 4:34pm —
The quantitative analysis presented here is an attempt to confront randomness in the stock market. Too often technical analysis is presented in a manner that misrepresents the nature of the market. In focusing on pattern recognition it is easy to make the assumption that patterns direct the market. It is a natural human condition to look for patterns and assign meaning to the chaotic world around us. However, there is danger in assuming that randomness is an unfortunate by-product of the… Continue
Added by Skot Kortje on February 3, 2014 at 8:18pm —
Added by Skot Kortje on July 18, 2008 at 1:30pm —
The foundation of technical analysis is the effectiveness of the market's prescience. Market prices and the trends that historical price patterns show reflect the discounted value of a security given the available information broadly disseminated. Market technicians recognize the wisdom of the market. Indeed, the wisdom of the crowd is a powerful article of faith in many and all markets. Today's opinion article in the Wall Street Journal discusses its value in political markets:…
Added by Skot Kortje on April 28, 2008 at 10:47am —
Here is a sampling of the wisdom members are sharing in their trading mottos:
• Always be making money
• avoid compelling stories
• Buy Hold and Prosper.
• Buy when it snows sell when it goes
• Cut loss fast and work hard
• Don't be a shallow thinker.....
• Don't Fuck Up
• If at first you don't succeed - find a better stock... and… don't put all your eggs in one basket
• in for long and growing strong
• Invest Every Month
• keep… Continue
Added by Skot Kortje on April 19, 2008 at 11:41pm —
There are some invaluable resources available for traders who want to understand themselves better. Psychology is a critical component of trading - the better we know ourselves, the more likely we will succeed. Another trading psychologist, Ruth Barrons Roosevelt
, offers these trading beliefs:
- Trading is a series of probabilities.
- Any one trade is insignificant, be it a loss or a profit.
- The probabilities of your trading favor you over…
Added by Skot Kortje on April 7, 2008 at 5:55pm —
For those members in the Toronto area this coming weekend there is a Canadian Society of Technical Analysis workshop in Mississauga you may be interested in.
See the CSTA posting and registration page
Added by Skot Kortje on March 12, 2008 at 1:06pm —
One of the objectives of the Stock Trends Traders Network
is to facilitate the sharing of our personal experiences with trading. It is important that traders learn that individual hurdles are often the same ones everyone must overcome. The lessons learned can always help others. Sometimes it is helpful to hear it in the words of others. For example, I grabbed the following from a blog called Day Trading for a… Continue
Added by Skot Kortje on February 26, 2008 at 7:22pm —
From Paula T. Webb
Path to Fulfillment Insitute
"The trading environment has it's own set of intricacies. Understanding how to think like a successful trader takes a unique set of values and mindset in itself.
"Doing whatever needs done mentally to create your success as a trader ~ is an integral part of your financial security. The most successful traders and executives do… Continue
Added by Skot Kortje on February 20, 2008 at 2:59pm —
Another new media addition to the home page is the audio Trader Interviews
. Hopefully, we can learn from these professional traders.
Added by Skot Kortje on February 18, 2008 at 10:33pm —
Educational videos from David Ware at Informedtrades.com
are now available on the Stock Trends Traders Network homepage.
Added by Skot Kortje on February 12, 2008 at 9:34pm —
From Trader's Coach Adrienne Laris Toghraie :
Some of the qualities that it takes to be a Top Trader:
1. Keep in the forefront of your mind your dream and your goals. Make sure you never take them for granted. Review them often.
2. Make sure your beliefs are in… Continue
Added by Skot Kortje on February 11, 2008 at 5:44pm —
Stock Trends Traders Network will post a feed of Brian Shannon's Alphatrends Video Blog. Users should find his commentary of the U.S. markets helpful.
Added by Skot Kortje on February 10, 2008 at 4:48pm —