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Read This Before You Enter Another Trade

Read This Before You Enter Another Trade

It’s been a roller-coaster week in the markets. Small-cap stocks, as measured by the Russell 2000, have officially entered a bear market. It’s been a brutal few months as you can see below. Even intraday, it’s been a difficult market to trade, with unpredictable...

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A 50%-Plus Winner… Before Breakfast

A 50%-Plus Winner… Before Breakfast

What a week! If you’ve been trading with Jason Bond for a while, you know he likes to load up on small-cap companies on Friday. The reason is simple – smaller companies tend to announce good news to start the week, since they have three days to put together a deal...

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Designing Your Office for Trading

Designing Your Office for Trading

How would you feel if you were sitting at your desk, you placed a trade and your computer screen went black? You may be feeling shocked, angry, or helpless. What would you do? You didn’t have a chance to enter your stop and you don’t have a clue as to what is...

We say goodbye to the legend, ‘Raging Bull’ Jake LaMotta

We say goodbye to the legend, ‘Raging Bull’ Jake LaMotta

Jake LaMotta, the former middleweight champion and the focus of the 1980s movie “Raging Bull,” died Wednesday in a Miami nursing home. While never involved in any way with the RagingBull.com web site, there’s no denying that many investors wondered if the site name...

How to Deal with a Trading Slump

How to Deal with a Trading Slump

I’m in a grumpy mood lately. August was one of the worst trading months for me in a long, long time.  While the trading with my core stock alert service, TopStockPicks.com was decent, my personal accounts I have lost about $100,000 in just August alone! I’m not...

How to Understand an Earnings Release

How to Understand an Earnings Release

When trading volume dries up, traders look to earnings for insight on where a stock may be headed. In addition, the added volatility from earnings give traders an opportunity to day and swing trade. However, traders have different views on earnings. Some think it’s a...

Why not with Davis Martin: Trade on Fridays after 1 p.m

Why not with Davis Martin: Trade on Fridays after 1 p.m

Why not? Trade on Fridays after 1 p.m. The setup: It’s not a secret that when you buy options on Fridays, you are buying two days’ worth of time decay. You can’t just sell them – or add to them if the movement calls for an additional buy – on the weekend. But you are...