I saw the following cartoon at ZeroHedge.com – the link to it and more is below:
If there was no other reason to be a short term trader, the cartoon above visually depicts one that would be enough for me.
As you read the above cartoon from […]
A friend of mine and a fellow trader called me after my last post and, after wishing me a happy new year, asked why I make such a big deal about volume when my futures chart does not even include volume.
To his surprise, I had to tell him that my futures trading systems chart […]
I am not trading during the holidays. One reason is that volume, even for liquid markets like the E-Mini often goes flat. Such markets, as far as I am concerned, add an increased element of risk. Since trading has enough risk for my blood in normal markets, I just avoid markets when the liquidity drops […]
The Christmas Holiday season is coming at us and I will not be trading next week. When a holiday like Christmas falls in the middle of the week the markets are usually very thinly traded during that period.
In my opinion, thinly traded markets are riskier markets, and I choose to stand side, I just […]
Just about the first “real” book I recall reading as a kid – you know, other than the Dick and Jane stuff – was a Harold Bell Wright Book entitled, “The uncrowned King”. It was not a complicated story and like many of Wright’s books, it had a message about life and morality.
In the […]
One of the weaknesses of my trading method – and there are not very many – is that SRVs are data dependent. Meaning that historical data is necessary to compute the short term SRVs on which we construct our trades.
Rarely, but it does happen, a market reaches an all time high. Such is the […]
I had a trader complain to me about my recent post, “Am I Alone?”. In essence he said, “Your blog is supposed to be about short term trading – leave the politics to the politicians”.
My answer to him, and to the whole world is: “Trading requires free markets, and free markets can only exist […]
Am I Alone?
Once upon a time, now long ago, I traded the precious metals markets – concentrating on Silver more often than not. The reason I chose silver was fundamental – not technical. Silver and gold had historically traded at a price ratio of about 16 to 1, gold to silver. Then that price […]
When Not to Trade
Often a losing trade is the result of simply trading at the wrong time. I have written much about when to trade and even some about when not to trade. Today I will stick to when not to trade.
I am going to strip away all the other technical indicators I […]
It is generally agreed that the markets are moved by the bears and the bulls doing battle – the war of the bears and the bulls. If markets are moved by a war, then traders must think like generals – with an army to command.
Short term traders must take it a step further and […]
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I trade the US Bond Markets exclusively – amazed at the accuracy of the SRV’s !!George SNew York, NY
Thanks for the method !! Very solid, very logical entry and exit and genius SRV’s !!Denis DRussia
the SRV’s are spot on !!Tom CUSA
Great system – couldn’t trade without it !!Frank YDavid, Panama
….very impressed with the whole philosophy – both personal and trading, expressed in the book. I will read and revert !!Richard DUSA
“The SRV’s are amazingly accurate”.Tony Texas
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