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SMBU Earnings Season: In-House! (Nov 5-7)

Oct 21st, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments
Every three months there is an amazing trading opportunity, our trading Super Bowl, for those prepared. Earnings season provides greater opportunities for outsized trading profits for those in the Right Stocks And in the Right Setups And with the Right Process. Those unsatisfied with their results during earnings season must improve on these aspects of their trading game. You can! Begin your preparation with the SMBU Earnings Season: In-House! Three days of learning, training and real-time trading with Bella, Steve and our desk at our NYC office can result in a lifelong improvement of your trading results...and the results Read more [...]


Solving 5 Common Trading Problems (SMB Webinar Replay)

Oct 10th, 2014 | By | Category: Trader Development
Last night, Steve and Bella presented solutions to 5 common trading problems that many traders face on a daily basis. These problems were chosen from a survey completed by those in the SMB trading community. We hope you enjoy the video below.     Download the Survey Results Here! - SMBU Team *no relevant positions Read more [...]


Solving 5 Common Trading Problems- SMBU Webinar Thursday 5PM EST

Oct 9th, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments
Join Bella and Steve Spencer for an exclusive training session on Thursday night October 9th at 5PM EST. We recently sent a survey to the SMB Trading Community: What one thing would you like to fix about your trading? We compiled your answers and offer solutions during our next free training session for the trading community. We are calling this: Solving 5 Common Trading Problems. Register here! SMBU Team *no relevant positions Read more [...]


Why Some Traders Almost Always Make $$ (SMBU Webinar Rewind)

May 29th, 2014 | By | Category: Dna Program, Trader Development
Mike Bellafiore, Co-Founder of SMB Capital and SMBU and author of One Good Trade and The PlayBook, with Co-Founder Steve Spencer, present a trading webinar for the trading community: Why Some Traders Almost Always Make Money. Bella and Steve discuss 11 principles to become a successful and sustaining short-term trader. Goals: Why Intraday Traders Almost Always Make Money $$ Stocks In Play offer an edge Develop a PlayBook not a non-news edge Trade off of important price levels Understanding Catalysts Consider overall market conditions What setups do you trade best? Risk Management System Mindset Coaching The Read more [...]


Mobile Trading: It’s Easy! (Start Running Now)

Nov 7th, 2012 | By | Category: General Comments
A forex broker actually sent me this message, I added the part in parenthesis.  Now, after reading this statement, what comes to mind? Are you imagining pressing some buttons on your smart phone from the 18th hole (I’m writing like I know something about golf) and smiling because you just made a thousand? Sounds nice right?  Many forex brokers today provide apps for your mobile devices that allow you to execute trades, receive news, signals and quotes, and look at some simple charts.  What more do you need to make sound trading decisions anyway? You’re not day trading right? You need more. A lot more, no matter what type Read more [...]


The High Motor Trader

Nov 4th, 2012 | By | Category: Mike Bellafiore's (Bella's) Blogs
In basketball they look for a player with a high motor. This means a player that can defend with energy, get through screens, win loose balls, beat his man up the court, help on defense, beat his man off the dribble, etc. The player exhibits a lot of energy in many different facets of the game to help his team win. Oh man, whatever you think of Coach Cal you ought to check out ESPN All-Access of UK men's basketball if you are interested in elite performance. In the video above the value of the high motor is explained. We have this in trading as well and it is a skill you should work to develop more. What does it mean to be Read more [...]


We are forgetting one important change in our economy

Oct 18th, 2012 | By | Category: General Comments, Mike Bellafiore's (Bella's) Blogs
1. As @jheil said on Morning Joe yesterday, "The Yankees suck." 2. Are we undervaluing an important positive change to our economy?  That being: it has never been better to start a small business. If you talk to some of the biggest HFs in the US they are all preparing uniquely for the US fiscal cliff.  Worse yet the perfect storm of slowness in China, someone leaving the Eurozone and the US fiscal cliff contemporaneously.  When I was in Singapore the dip in GDP growth from the expected 8 percent to 7,7 percent brought worldwide anxiety and markets lower.  It is easy to see a Greek politician selling the exit from Eurozone Read more [...]


Bon voyage to Paris to become a better trader

Oct 15th, 2012 | By | Category: Mike Bellafiore's (Bella's) Blogs
Bojour.   I am flying through some nasty turbulence from southern France to Paris to catch my connecting flight back to NYC.  I land, drop off our bags and my wife, grab a few hours of sleep and then head back to the airport for a flight to Toronto.  I am the chairman and a presenter at Quant Invest Canada 2012 on 10/16.  I have spent the past week in Paris and the south of France experiencing and learning.  I leave a better trader without making one trade.   How is that possible? My wife and I were invited to a chateau wedding in the south of France this weekend.  This was the second marriage for the bride and groom.  Read more [...]


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