One of the all time classic books on share trading was first published in 1923. Reminiscences of a Stock Operator was written by Edwin Lefevre, a journalist and novelist, with absolutely no first hand trading experiemce of his own. It… Read More ›
Trading advice and techniques.
Time and time again I have found promising trading opportunities, and can’t wait to get on board, to profit from what I expect to transpire. Perhaps there has been an exciting news release such as a profitable trading outcome, a… Read More ›
Trading plans are used to define selection, entry, holding and exit criteria. So often traders close out their positions for reasons other than its continued profitability. For example: Day traders are mindful of the risk of holding onto open over-night positions. Gapping… Read More ›
Good trading decisions often need to be counter-intuitive. Novice investors/traders frequently find it almost impossible to take a timely loss when the price falls below entry. The intuitive response is to maintain long positions thinking that that the share price will soon rebound. The bettter decision is to… Read More ›