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A lot of traders have been increasingly uneasy about the market's steady climb, so options trader Laurie Itkin of TheOptionsLady.com, offers a way to profit and still sleep at night. SPY, IWM, SPX, RUT, NDX
Most traders think they need to trade a lot to make a lot of money, says Erich Senft of the Indicator Warehouse.
The wheat market is a primary staple in human diets as well as global trade, which causes the wheat trade to be affected nearly as much by geopolitics as it is by price and weather, notes Andy Waldock of Commodity & Derivative Advisors.
It doesn't matter how great your trading strategy is if you don't have a robust risk management system in place as well, notes the staff at DailyForex.com.
The CBOE's senior instructor Jim Bittman offers some words of wisdom for new traders who have just started dipping their toes in the exciting world of option trading.
Two market reversals in a week has made market participants used to its relentless uptrend jittery, but MoneyShow's Tom Aspray notes that even though a significant pullback might be in the works, there is no reason to turn bearish yet.
For 13 years, from 1998 to 2011, Greg Kolodziejzyk conducted an experiment studying the role of intuition as a trading methodology. During that time period, Greg used a protocol he invented called "associative remote viewing," which uses a form of intuition to predict the future direction of random financial markets. Greg was able to...
As precious metals and miners continue their search for a bottom, Chris Vermeulen of TheGoldAndOilGuy.com is watching very closely for signs of a real bottom before making his move. GDX
Some people would say that trading without stops is like walking on a tightrope between two skyscrapers without a net, but Stephen Vettorel of FXTrader.com makes the case for why he doesn't use them.