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SMBU’s Top Ten Trading Blog Posts of 2013

Jan 5th, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments
  SMBU’s Top Ten trading blog posts for 2013: The Failure Rate of a Proprietary Trader The Opportunity for a Prop Trader Lessons Learned From a Million Dollar Loser What I Learned From the Best Trader at Citibank Ten Takeaways From a Top Trading Coach Do You Have a System to Identify and Trade Breakouts? Ten Ideas for Creating a Good Trading Journal Traders Ask: VWAP? NFLX is the New AMZN? My Thought Process: $FB Happy Holidays! Keep working on your trading game! You can be better tomorrow than you are today! Mike Bellafiore One Good Trade The PlayBook No relevant positions Find Read more [...]


Is this an inverted Head and Shoulders pattern on the S&P?

Apr 21st, 2011 | By | Category: Adam Grimes's blogs, General Comments, Technical Plays, Trading Lesson
Adam looks at Head and Shoulders patterns and points out an important nuance. Read more [...]


Top StockTwits Traders’ Strategy Talk

Jun 9th, 2010 | By | Category: General Comments
Mike Bellafiore, co-founder of SMB Capital, and Author of One Good Trade: Inside the Highly Competitive World of Proprietary Trading will be in Los Angeles for the International Traders Expo this week. The expo showcases some of the worlds' most respected trading experts. Mike is scheduled to speak at the Expo with other StockTwits traders to share and compare their own specific strategies for generating positive alpha in the current market environment. StockTwits Traders: Top StockTwits Traders' Strategy Talk Sign Up to see Mike and other highly respected traders share valuable information! Read more [...]


GMan Makes Wall St. Cheat Sheet’s Top 3 Traders Under 30

May 17th, 2010 | By | Category: SMB In The News
A special congratulations to Gman for making the Top 3 Traders Under 30 for the Wall St. Cheat Sheet. Read more [...]


Last Week’s Top Posts

Jan 19th, 2010 | By | Category: General Comments
Steve examines Google's (GOOG) recent interaction with China and the consequences of those actions on the market, Steve Discusses Apple's (AAPL) latest levels, Gman's interview with Tim Bourquin, A discussion of Dov's great SEED call out, and Steve was on Stocktwits.tv Read more [...]


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