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Ben Lee started out in the family business of real estate, but then quickly caught the trading bug and decided to make it his full-time job. In this Trader Talk Podcast interview, I talk with Ben about how he uses market profile and volume profile to spot good opportunities.
Steve Morris is an active trader and the author of a new book out this month, Fly Fishing the Stock Market: How to Search for, Catch, and Net the Market's Best Trades. In this interview, we talk about Steve's methods for trading, the indicators he uses, and how his trading techniques change based on the "season" of the market.
I've been hearing from more and more traders using Market Profile and "auction market theory" to spot good opportunities in the markets. The trader I spoke with for this interview, Kam Dhadwar, uses a combination of Market Profile and reading order flow to find his daytrades in the DAX and E-Mini S&P and E-Mini Russell indexes....
Some people may consider the type of trading that our interviewee for this week does as boring. He puts on the same trades, month in and month out, and manages them the exact same way each time. Yet he makes money on a consistent basis.
Ed Balch has been trading micro-cap, penny, and pink sheet stocks for several years now. He buys hundreds of thousands of shares at fractions of a penny each, and waits for them to move. It is a type of trading fraught with cautionary tales, which Ed freely admits. The stocks are highly manipulated, yet you can buy many shares at low cost.... AAPL, SNRS
Market profile has become a hot topic in trading once again. Lots of traders are looking for information on how to use market condition profiles to find good trades, and our expert today, Tom Alexander, has been a trader for over 25 years and long ago settled on market profile as the only statistically proven trading method.
Jeff White is speaking at this week’s Dallas Traders Expo about the traits of highly successful traders, and Jeff should know: he’s been successfully trading his own account full time for several years now.
Median lines seem to be the hot new thing for currency and futures traders who use them to find ranges they can trade. I’m talking to traders every day who find median lines to be a very reliable tool for discerning levels where a security (or currency, in this case) will find support and/or resistance.
Sy Harding describes his two main strategies as market timing for shorter-term trades and seasonal trading for longer-term positions. His holding period ranges from two to eight months. GLD