Posts Tagged ‘ Summer ’

Mid Summer Trading Scenarios 7/22

Jul 22nd, 2013 | By | Category: Marc Principato, SMB Forex
In this segment, Marc Principato, CMT conducts larger time frame technical analysis on the S&P 500 CFD, EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDUSD. In these markets you must be selective, here are some ideas on how to be. Follow me: @marcpmarkets Training: Contribute to my book: [purehtml id=26] -- Marc Principato, CMT, Risk Disclaimer *No Relevant Positions SMB FOREX Trade on your own schedule Learn SMB′s Unique Strategy Trade Confidently in 6 Weeks Click here for a free trial of our chatroom Read more [...]

Four Ways To Get Your Trading Ready For the Summer

Mar 31st, 2013 | By | Category: Bruce Bower, General Comments, Guest Blog, Trader Development, Trading Lesson
In most parts of the US and Europe, this winter has been positively arctic. Record snowfall, freezing temperatures and howling wind. It can be a downer, even for the hardiest of souls. Even then, most traders are in the office, focused on their screens and their results and not paying any attention to the weather. Summer may seem like the furthest thing from your mind, but you should start thinking about it now. It offers an opportunity to reflect on our trading progress. As the middle of the year, it’s a readily identifiably halfway point; given the changes in market conditions over the summer, we usually have to think about Read more [...]

Just Trade

Jul 29th, 2008 | By | Category: General Comments, Mike Bellafiore's (Bella's) Blogs
There was a bunch of chatter on our desk before the Close about a dead market. DQ, a solid young trader, was complaining, "The energy stocks stopped moving. They don't move that well after 2:30. Nothing is movin." I remarked, "So take a look at some of the financials, young fella." MER was sitting there at 25, bobbing and weaving above and below 25. The XLF couldn't break 20.80. It looked like it might be a slow summer Close. And then pop! The XLF traded strongly above 20.80 and MER started to climb above 25. It was like guarding that great shooter who always roams the perimeter and then out of nowhere takes it to the basket. Read more [...]