February 2007

How Cables Can Give A Better Insight To Your Stock Market Info

February 26, 2007

How Cables Can Give A Better Insight To Your Stock Market Info The basic mechanics of my operations were these: Barron’s, which was full of useful stock market info and published in Boston on Mondays, usually reached me if I was in Australia or India, or any part of the world not too remote, by […]

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Feb 26: Bracketed Orders in Stock Trading

February 26, 2007

If you are planning to buy stocks as a long term investment you might want to consider placing a bracketed order on it. A bracketed order goes one step further than a trailing stop order. Remembering that a trailing stop order, you are in control of your investments because you are able to limit the amount of your losses by setting stop price. With a bracketed order, you are able to not only set a limit on your losses, but you are able to set a limit on your profit, that when reached, your stock will be sold.

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Feb 25: All or None Orders in Stock Trading

February 25, 2007

If you are an investor who relies heavily on penny stocks, the all-or-none order (AON) is extremely important. The AON order works to safeguard your purchase by providing the guarantee that you either receive every single stock that you requested or none at all. This type of order can problematic when a particular company lacks the cash to stand behind their stocks or a limit has been placed on the order. All-or-none orders are the lowest priority of your stockbroker therefore, this type of transaction is executed last, so when your broker finally attempts to execute this order, there must be enough stocks available to buy or the order is null and void. Therefore, your all-or-none order will not be filled until there is enough stock available no matter how much time elapses before purchase of an AON order is accomplished.

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How Trading Stock Market Stocks Made Nicholas Darvas Millions

February 24, 2007

How Trading Stock Market Stocks Made Nicholas Darvas Millions It was November 1952. I was playing in Manhattan’s "Latin Quarter" in New York when my agent telephoned. He had received an offer for my dancing partner, Julia, to appear in a Toronto nightclub and me. This was owned by twin brothers, Al and Harry Smith, […]

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Feb 23: All-or-None Orders in Stock Trading

February 23, 2007

If you are an investor who relies heavily on penny stocks, the all-or-none order (AON) is extremely important. The AON order works to safeguard your purchase by providing the guarantee that you either receive every single stock that you requested or none at all. This type of order can problematic when a particular company lacks the cash to stand behind their stocks or a limit has been placed on the order. All-or-none orders are the lowest priority of your stockbroker therefore, this type of transaction is executed last, so when your broker finally attempts to execute this order, there must be enough stocks available to buy or the order is null and void. Therefore, your all-or-none order will not be filled until there is enough stock available no matter how much time elapses before purchase of an AON order is accomplished.

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You Must Be Patient & Stick To Your Option Market Strategy To Be Successful In The Option Market

February 22, 2007

You Must Be Patient & Stick To Your Option Market Strategy To Be Successful In The Option Market It was at this time that I received from my broker three weeks’ issues of a well-known option market strategy advisory service. Instead I started to recommend my own option market strategy to any American tourist who […]

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The Stock Market Can Be Very Cruel To The Novice Trader

February 20, 2007

The Stock Market Can Be Very Cruel To The Novice Trader I was the perfect pattern of the optimistic, clueless small operator who plunges repeatedly in and out of the stock market. I bought stock in companies whose names I could not pronounce. What they did and where they came from, I had no idea. […]

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Feb 19: A Business Blueprint to Stocks

February 19, 2007

Because of the large size of the stock market, beginner investors seem to feel overwhelmed as to where to even begin investing their money. To most people, the stock market presents a tangled web of options but does not provide the road map of clarity to direct their way along way in their investment adventure. The key to investing in the stock market is to become as educated as possible so that you know exactly what is taking place at all times. This helps people to make logical and sound decisions about their money, thus, reducing the stress involved with investing.

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You Have To Learn Where Your Stock Market Investments Are Going

February 17, 2007

You Have To Learn Where Your Stock Market Investments Are Going Like human beings, stock market investments can behave differently. Some of them are calm, slow, conservative. Others are jumpy, nervous, tense. Some of them I found easy to predict. They were consistent in their moves, logical in their behavior. stock market investments were like […]

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Feb 16: Who or what is Fibonacci and What does it have to do with the Forex Market

February 16, 2007

Fibonacci strategies in forex trading are strategies for anticipating and capturing significant turns in stocks, stock indices and exchange-traded funds. They use classic principles and applications of Fibonacci numbers and a trading system known as the Elliott Wave. The idea is to calculate and predict key turning points in the markets, analyze business and economic cycles and identify profitable turning points in interest rate movement. Many forex traders benefit from the system and from Fibonacci. But, who is Fibonacci?

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