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Stock Market & Beauty Contest

Stock Market & Beauty Contest | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

                 

 

                     "STOCK MARKET & BEAUTY CONTEST"

             http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aloj7A7IaAA

 

 

 

 The Stock Market is like  a Beauty Contest, where success depends on anticipating the views of the judges rather than an investor’s own perspectives on PULCHRITUDE. Stocks may or may not be undervalued. But fundamental changes in the drivers of stocks and trading in equities play more important Role.

 

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Female Traders Skill Development :: September OL Conference - 2013

Female Traders Skill Development :: September OL Conference - 2013 | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

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Commercial Status : Free 

Purpose : Female Traders'  Skill Development

 

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Beating the Rule of the 4×2 System

Buy BEAR , Buy BULL

Charting Conversion

 

 

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Charting Conversion by : Tayah Sahara

 

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Timing Analysis

Timing Analysis | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

This is a very critical issue for market maker whether or not the Time to be strictly considered in riding particular stocks.

 

In more specific context, Timing refers to calender dates, which is to choose best date in confirming stock direction. The Time, in this case, does not necessarily mean the clock timing.

 

Timing sequences in trading are mainly devided into :

- BEGINNING OF THE MONTH

- MID OF THE MONTH

- END OF THE MONTH.

 

Hot trading normally runs mid of the month, the second week, or around  day 10th , which is why it is called 10 TRADING DAYS.

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Timing Management - The Art of Trading Discipline

Timing Management - The Art of Trading Discipline | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

A Short note advising how to manage ourselves with Timing for Stock Trading.

 

#1st

Set the monthly PIVOT POINT  of your favourite stock for the current month. 

 

#2nd

BUY on the 3rd week, assuming the price does not fall below the monthly pivot point, then it is time to grab the stock.

 

#3rd

SELL by the end of around the 4th week or  any date around the period when your profit rolls.

 

To simply conclude, choosing the best time on the 3rd week with the calculation of the monthly pivot point is a Simple Time Management in Stock Trading with short term. 

 

This way is basically a simple practise riding a business activity,by taking advantage of the company's closing their financial report by end of each month.

 

Good or bad monthly financial report will reflect in the stock's  pivot position by the end of the month.

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:: TRADE LIKE A WOMAN

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:: B.E.T Code, the Art of Trading

:: B.E.T Code, the Art of Trading | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftU5ztX_fkE&feature=youtu.be ;

 

It's B.E.T tradition 

 

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Trading is not purely science :: it’s also an art ::

Trading is not purely science  ::  it’s also an art :: | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

 

                      CAN A THOUSAND PhDs BE WRONG?

 

 

“It seemed to me that most of what I was learning at Wharton could only help you fail in the investment business.” -Peter Lynch

They say if you torture numbers long enough, they will tell you anything you want to hear. I submit, if you studied the patterns of ants scurrying around long enough, you could surely find some correlation to timing the market! Of course, only a fool would risk his money on such a conclusion.

Mathematics and theories is seldom a match for experience and expertise. Nothing against professors and mathematicians, but in the stock market, the real world works quite differently than in the textbooks.

Keep in mind that it was highly intelligent people who, for a long time, argued whether or not a baseball could really curve or if it is just an optical illusion. The argument was finally settled with the advent of fast photography. Using cameras, it was determined that, indeed, a curveball does curve. This of course came as no surprise to the pro ball players who stood in the batter’s box over home plate and had to face a major league pitcher day after day.

Don’t be too impressed with what looks good on paper until you can verify it with your own trading in the real world. Those who think they have it all figured out on paper can blow themselves up in the stock market. Strategies that are back-tested utilize curve fitting to find the best formula that beats the market, but only in hindsight.
 

The futility of trying to forecast markets with static statistical models has not prevented armies of the greatest minds from trying to invent the next mathematical money-making machine.

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:: Learn to Pace Yourself

:: Learn to Pace Yourself | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

Learn to Pace Yourself

 

When I come out of a 100 percent cash position, generally after a bear market or intermediate-term correction, I rarely jump right in with both feet. I think of each trading year as the opener of a twelve-inning game. There’s plenty of time to reach my goal. Early on, I take it slow with my main focus on avoiding major errors and finding the market’s theme. This is like an athlete warming up and assessing the competitive environment.

Themes can come in the form of how prices are acting in general, industry group leadership, overall market tone, and economic and political influences. I try to establish a rhythm and set my pace during this time.

 

Like a golfer who has found his swing groove, once I find a theme and establish my trading rhythm, then and only then do I step up my exposure significantly. I wait patiently for the right opportunity while guarding my account. When the opportunity presents itself with the least chance of loss, I’m ready to strike. Patience is the key. My goal is to trade effortlessly.

If your trading is causing you difficulty or stress, something is wrong with your criteria or timing or you’re trading too large.

 

To trade with ease, you must learn to wait patiently until the wind is at your back. If you were going sailing, you wouldn’t go out on a dead calm and sit there floating in the water all day waiting for the wind to pick up. Why not just wait for a breezy day to set sail?

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THE BEAUTY! ::Journey of Life::

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Self-scheduled Trading

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What do MA Lines mean to you ?

 

If you set Moving Average Lines as trigger to ride a stock , or if you are a "line-crossing style trader" who wait for line crossing to enter a position, here is the best advise : " Be prepared to get beaten , because market often goes against your expectation ".

 

Professional Traders make use of MA lines as a way to schedule their trades and to anticipate unpredictable market movement. 

 

Thus, some traders would wait to buy bear price after day 5, then swing after day 10, and finally decide to go long or short after day 15.

 

Keeping these schedules tight will make a trader become perfectly self-disciplined.

 

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:: Trading SEASONS

:: Trading SEASONS | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

We believe in TWO seasons of Trading 

 

1. Good Season - November to April

 

2. Bad Season - May to October

 

Check history of prime bluechip stocks in both seasons to see how the market actually flows. Others stocks would just follow the leads. There is unnecessarily nothing to argue about this simple fact.

 

Good Trading Season smells as good as fragrance. In this season we trade wild and party up.

 

In bad trading season, we get away from the crowd and surf wild in the ocean. The smell is still as good as fragrance, felt from every drop of the breaking  waves.

 

For us, every season has it's own beauty.

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INVEST LIKE A GIRL :: Women and Warren Buffett have something in common

INVEST LIKE A GIRL :: Women and Warren Buffett have something in common | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

Women and Warren Buffett have something in common: They’re both better investors than the average man. Women are thorough researchers, more committed to the long-term plan and better at managing their emotions, says LouAnn Lofton, author of Warren Buffett Invests Like a Girl: And Why You Should Too.

 

 

Female investors tend to:

• Trade less than men do. One study found that men trade 45% more often than women do.

• Exhibit less self-confidence: men think they know more than they do, while women are more likely to know what they don't know.

• Shun risk more than male investors do.

• Be less optimistic, and therefore, more realistic, than their male counterparts.

• Put in more time and effort researching possible investments, considering every angle and detail, as well as considering alternative points of view.

• Be more immune to peer pressure and tend to make decisions the same way regardless of who's watching.

• Learn from their mistakes.

 

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Three Things Investors Can Learn from Surfers

Three Things Investors Can Learn from Surfers | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

Looking to become a better investor? Well, you may want to try catching a wave or two. In a recentTime Magazine interview titled “Why Stocks Are Dead (And Bonds Are Deader),” PIMCO’s co-chief investment officer, Bill “The Bond King” Gross, CFA, likened investing to surfing:

 

Investing is “dominated by the wave of either public opinion or institutional opinion, which moves prices forward. If you are negative and you refuse to believe in the wave, then you can’t surf,” said Gross. “The point is when you are surfing, you want to ride the wave, but you also want to recognize that there’s a crest and that ultimately a good surfer has to kick out.”

 

Read more : http://blogs.cfainstitute.org/insideinvesting/2013/02/25/three-things-investors-can-learn-from-surfers/

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:: The Truth about Stock Market

:: The Truth about  Stock Market | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

The stock market does not care how educated you are or whether you have a PhD. In the stock market, we all go back to kindergarten and have to learn and earn our way to the top.

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:: AVERAGING DOWN = Loosers average Loosers.

:: AVERAGING DOWN = Loosers average Loosers. | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

 

 

A Practice That Will Guarantee Disaster

 

 

It would be bad enough to sit and watch your wealth disappear and do nothing to protect yourself by not using a STOP LOSS, but it is even worse to put more money into a losing investment. Throwing good money after bad is one of the quickest ways to the poorhouse. This is called averaging down.

 

Brokers often talk their clients into buying more shares of a stock that shows a loss in an effort to sell more stock or rationalize the poor recommendations they made in the first place. They tell the client that it will lower their cost basis. If you liked it at $50, you’re going to love it at $40, right? Double up at $40 and your average price is now $45. Wow, what a deal! You now own twice the amount of stock, and you’ve doubled your risk. Your loss is still the same; you didn’t gain anything except maybe a double-size loss if the stock keeps sliding. How about buying at $30, then $20, and then $10? How ridiculous! There is no shame in losing money on a stock trade, but to hold on to a loss and let it get bigger and bigger or, even worse, to buy more is amateurish and self-destructive.

 

High-growth stocks that fall in value after you purchase them at a correct buy point do not become more attractive; they become less attractive. The more they fall, the less attractive they are. The fact that a stock is not responding positively is a red flag that the market is ignoring the stock; perception is not going in your direction. Maybe the general market is headed into a correction or, even worse, a major bear market.

 

For many traders, it’s tempting to buy a pullback because you feel you’re getting a bargain compared with where the stock was trading previously. However, averaging down is for losers, plain and simple. If this is the type of advice you’re getting, I suggest you get a new broker or advisor. This is simply the worst possible advice you can receive. Remember that only losers average losers.

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:: SEPA - Specify Entry Point Analysis

:: SEPA - Specify Entry Point Analysis | Trading Research & Development | Scoop.it

                       

                          The Origin of a Superior Strategy

 

 

In 1983, while visiting a local library, Mark Minervini read Richard Love's book Superperformance Stocks. While a good portion of the work was written on how the political cycle relates to the stock market, Minervini was intrigued by Chapter 7, which focused on the commonalities of big stock price performers. Love's studies from 1962 to 1976 focused on the common characteristics of stocks that went up a minimum of 300% within a two-year period without as much as a 25% correction; he called them Superperformance Stocks. 

Although Love's approach caught Minervini's attention, it wasn't until 1988 that the formulation of his own strategy took flight. He read an interesting article in the March/April 1988 issue of Financial Analyst Journal titled "The Anatomy of a Stock Market Winner." The article discussed the findings from a study of superior securities—stocks that went up a minimum of 100% in a calendar year. The author, Mark R. Reinganum, had explored 222 stock market winners from 1970 to 1983 to determine what contributed to their superior performance. 

Interestingly, the Reinganum study corroborated Love's findings. Furthermore, the purpose of both studies was almost identical: focusing on the characteristics of stocks that had made the biggest gains to identify the cause of stellar performance. The concept made intuitive sense to Minervini: study the best to find the best. This set Minervini on a course to learn what makes a stock move up dramatically in price to join the elite circle of Superperformers, and it ultimately became his life's work. And so, Mark Minervini turned on his computers and the rest is history.



Specific Entry Point Analysis® -SEPA®

 

Specific Entry Point Analysis® -SEPA® is a highly disciplined stock trading strategy developed by Mark Minervini. The methodology's foundation is built upon historical precedent analysis of past stock market "Superperformers." 

The SEPA® strategy focuses on identifying, company-by-company, the precursors of inefficient pricing in order to distinguish appropriate low risk/high reward entry points. Utilizing SEPA®, stocks displaying the potential for significant price appreciation are identified and pinpointed. This proven technology consistently highlights many of the best investment ideas and stock market leaders before they're widely recognized by Wall Street.

 

• To demonstrate the effectiveness of his SEPA® methodology, in 1997, trading against hundreds of stock, options and futures traders, Mark Minervini traded a stock only account to win the U.S. Investing Championship with a 155% annual return.

 

• Using the SEPA® trading strategy, in a five-and-a-half-year period Minervini generated a 220 percent average annual return (36,000% compounded total return) with only one losing quarter. To put that in perspective, a $100,000 account would explode to over $30 million with those returns.

  

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