Now, these steps are not just for new traders. Anyone can benefit from this. I still use the following strategies whenever I’m outside my comfort zone.
About Jason McIntosh
The challenge people face is sticking to a strategy. They simply can’t follow their trading plan — not due to a lack of discipline, but due to fear.
It’s now an opportunity to take stock…a chance to see an ever-increasing number of landings below.
The long stretch of trendless price action will put them off stocks. They’ll expect the next 28 months to be just as hard. But this is often a mistake.
We tend to focus on the good, while the intensity of setbacks fade with time. Should you approach the market in the same way? I’m going to answer that now.
I will give you an insight into how I trade. It'll help you understand why I believe running your winners is so important.
The indicator calculates how many of the top 300 companies are in a bullish trend. The stocks change over time, but the number remains fixed at 300
There are situations when quitting is essential. Giving up is sometimes the best decision you can make. Let me show you three examples.
Many traders have a natural bias against buying stocks near their highs. But, as I told you last week, strength is not a sign of looming weakness.
The turbulence-free flight is in stark contrast to the markets. I’m going to show you some research to help gauge if a crash is imminent.