March 2008

Robert W. Colby Video Review # 1

March 31, 2008

Video review of "Finding a Trading System That Is Right for You" To watch this video visit InoTv Rating: 3/5 There are hundreds of trading systems. Some are effective, while others are not. Robert shows you how to tell the difference, how and when to use the best ones, how to really make a system […]

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Buying Tips by Life Insurance Types

March 31, 2008

Depending upon your financial and family situations, you have a number of life insurance types available when it comes to buying insurance. There are all sorts of variations of life policies to suit individual needs and desires. One of our main lines of life insurance types was credit life insurance. You make a cash payment […]

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Keeping Cash Ready at Hand

March 30, 2008

Keeping Cash Ready at Hand A repurchasing agreement between an investor and an open-ended company can, under some circumstances, act as a pool of cash from which the investor can draw funds when needed. Unfortunately, open-end companies have no guarantees like those of the Federal banks.

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Keeping Cash Ready at Hand

March 28, 2008

Keeping Cash Ready at Hand A repurchasing agreement between an investor and an open-ended company can, under some circumstances, act as a pool of cash from which the investor can draw funds when needed. Unfortunately, open-end companies have no guarantees like those of the Federal banks.

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Remaining Cautious In International Investments

March 28, 2008

Between 1950 and 1959 American investment abroad had increased to 2.5 times its size at the beginning of the period, and increases were pretty well scattered throughout the world. The owners of the $30 billion who invested apparently feel that the investment is sound. In 1959 American investment in Cuba was $955 million —nearly one […]

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Pat Cifaldi Video Review # 1

March 28, 2008

Video review of "Volume Studies, the Financial Volume Index, Creating Your Own" To watch this video visit InoTv Rating: 4/5 Pat shows you how to use volume studies in your decision-making process. His discussion gives you an in-depth look at several key technical indicators and their applications, including classical volume studies, on-balance volume and their […]

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Tushar Chande Video Review # 1

March 27, 2008

Video review of "Developing & Implementing Pattern-Based Trading Systems" To watch this video visit InoTv Rating: 2/5 Most traders, even those who are relatively new to technical analysis, realize that good, sustainable trading patterns which can be effectively back-tested are extremely rare. For example, most of the candlestick patterns do not test well on historical […]

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The Beginning And Tacit Control Of U.S. Investment Companies

March 26, 2008

The Beginning And Tacit Control Of U.S. Investment Companies A few investment companies were organized in the United States before World War I. Although investment companies in the United Kingdom were well-established, we must remember that before World War I the United States was a debtor nation. Not until the bull market of the 1920s […]

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Mark Chaikin Video Review # 1

March 26, 2008

Video review of "How to Find Big Winners Using Persistency of Money Flow" To watch this video visit InoTv Rating: 3/5 Mark’s presentation traces the evolution of volume analysis from raw volume, moving averages, OBV, and accumulation/distribution through money flow and money flow percent, culminating in the concept of Persistency of Money Flow. Persistency of […]

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Andrew Cardwell Video Review # 1

March 25, 2008

Video review of "The Relative Strength Index Explained" To watch this video visit InoTv Rating: 4/5 Devised by Welles Wilder in 1977, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) is one of the best known of the technical indicators. RSI is a momentum oscillator measuring the rate of price change. RSI can help a trader identify where […]

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