Monthly Archives: September 2016

MTI Divergence ahead.

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USA and European stock markets stopped to catch their breath on Friday after a strong week in which the FED kept interest rates on hold. The rhetoric from the FED also inferred a modest rate increase over the course of the rest of 2016 and 2017. The cost of money as reported here many times…

Lies in trading….

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When it comes to trading, I can pretty much spot a liar a mile off. Years of experience in the markets helps me to know what is achievable, what isn’t and why traders are often the biggest fibbers. It’s usually in the words they use when describing their trading. They can use all the clichés…

Are You Giving It All Away? Stop Now!

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So you’ve won a nice amount of profit and it’s sitting there in your trading account quietly minding its own business. Now, you could withdraw it – or most of it – and let it live out its days in your current account, in your savings account, paying off an extra chunk of mortgage or…

Mobile Streams Plc (MOS)

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Mobile Streams Plc (MOS) licenses and distributes mobile content to mobile network operators and media companies. Its content portfolio includes games, music, pix, and video for mobile phones. The company retails its mobile content primarily through the mobile Internet in its Ringtones.com and MobileGaming.com superstores, mobile application stores and mobile operator portals. The company published…

Short Term Market Fluctuations Don’t Mean A Thing. No, Really!

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For every up there is a down. And vice versa. Bad situations always change for the good. Good situation always change for the worse. But then they rise right back up again. Basically, life – and trading – is full of ups and downs. That means that short term market fluctuations mean nothing in the…

Average Jobs number takes a September hike off the table

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Stocks rose as investors wagered that today’s U.S. jobs data indicated a steadily improving labor market, while not advancing the case for an imminent increase in interest rates. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the U.S. economy hired 151,000 nonfarm workers in August, disappointing analyst expectations of 180,000 jobs. The private sector added…

A stubbornness to succeed?

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We all know trading as a concept is simple, (buy low, sell high) but in practice is pretty difficult. The reason it’s difficult is  because it is going against our pre wired response mechanisms to dealing with dangerous situations. So a great deal of un-learning has to take place in order to create a trader…