Trading Strategies

There are many reasons why some succeed at trading, while others badly fail. One of the biggest differences is in trade preparation, establishing proper targets, and being able to stay in the position. Having a sound trading plan and strategy can make the world of difference to any trader, no matter their experience level. Top professional traders share their expert trading strategies to help you become a more consistently profitable trader.

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Water is one of the most vital components of life, asserts Bob Ciura; in this special 5-part report, the editor of Sure Dividend concludes his review his current top recommendations in the water sector.
The Dow stocks are a good list to look for investors desiring income. The list contains many established companies with safe dividends and demonstrating an ability to pay one for long periods, suggests Prakash Kolli, editor of Dividend Power. 
Yesterday's action demands a commentary even though we will be doing nothing in the RTR portfolio, states Steve Reitmeister of Reitmeister Total Return.
Only 19 stocks made the initial cut as potential recommendations for my Safe Money Report this month, states Mike Larson, editor of Safe Money Report.
Water is one of the most vital components of life, asserts Bob Ciura; in this special 5-part report, the editor of Sure Dividend continues his review his current top recommendations in the water sector.
In today's episode, Kim Ann Curtin of The Wall Street Coach, assisted by Shane Dorian, interviews Charles Harris about his exceptional trading journey.
One of the more straight-shooting CEOs in the banking industry is Brian Moynihan, who has steered the recovery of Bank of America (BAC) — America’s largest consumer-oriented bank — for the past several years, suggests Bryan Perry, income investing specialist and editor of Cash Machine. 
Water is one of the most vital components of life, asserts Bob Ciura; in this special 5-part report, the editor of Sure Dividend continues his review his current top recommendations in the water sector.
Bear markets sure are exhausting, notes Bob Lang of ExplosiveOptions.net.
Most studies show that 90% of traders and investors don’t make money over the long-term, says Steve Burns of New Trader U.

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While the Biden Administration and their allies in the media are struggling to redefine terms so that recessions are technically impossible, in the real world, things are looking decidedly grim. Not for generations has the Fed had to deal with soaring inflation and contracting GDP. But unlike past episodes, the Fed is facing much deeper challenges with much weaker leadership.

Investors are gleefully unaware of the danger. Expectations are that the inflation dragon will be slayed and roasting on a spit by next summer. At that point, investors fully expect that the Fed will get back into the business of stimulating the economy and monetizing the debt in a backdrop of very mild price increases.

But what if those expectations are wildly off the mark? How will the markets and the government handle the worst bout of stagflation we have ever experienced? It's not going to be pretty, and the time left to prepare financially is getting smaller.




Join Ken Calhoun to discover how to enter and exit today's strongest breakouts for both daytrading and swing trading stocks, and ETFs. Featuring live-market charts—bring your questions!


What matters is how you invest, not what you invest in. And as investors, we plant dozens of seeds not knowing which, if any, are going to bear fruit. From position sizing to hedging, learn how to allocate assets to maximize potential profits and limit the possible loss. Jonathan Hoenig, a professional investor, author, and Fox News Contributor explains how in this snappy and actionable talk.
In June, things were very clear. The stock market broke below 3,855 and was crowned a bear market. From there economic data got worse and stock prices headed lower. Since then, there has been a glorious rally. Have we truly found bottom with new bull emerging...or this is just another tricky suckers rally before the bear mauls stocks further? 40-year investment veteran Steve Reitmeister shares his timely views and trading strategies to stay on the right side of market action.
In this webinar, Robert Kelley with Elliott Wave International will look at key stock market indicators and how to use them to identify market turning points.
In this session with Thomas J. Hayes, you will learn how to identify extremes in the general market, sectors, and individual stocks. Mr. Hayes will also have a general discussion on indicators, earnings power, and sentiment.
Harry will demonstrate how gaining knowledge from his 55 years of analyzing repeating patterns will enhance your trading profits. Learn to identify the best pattern setups to maximize your wins, and how and where to set targets and stops.

Wyckoff's unique approach to technical analysis has survived into the modern era and still works amazingly. Inna Rosputnia, CEO of Managed Accounts IR, shares her modernized version of Wyckoff's strategy. Join us to learn more about strategy, entries, and tools to reduce risks and increase the winning rate.
The 2022 bear market arrived shortly after the retail trading boom of 2020 and 2021. Many new traders had entered the financial markets during the pandemic lockdowns. The fast V-shaped recovery of the financial markets in March 2020 benefited many traders and investors but left many novice traders with the impression that the markets are always easy to trade in. In 2022, the bear market began and brought unseen trading challenges for less-experienced traders. Today, dip buying no longer works and rallies do not hold sufficiently for profit taking. The market rallies in the morning and then dives in the afternoon (or vice versa). Breakouts fail. Moving average crossovers do not function. The chop is dreadful and it becomes hard to determine direction. Traps are everywhere. If you buy, the market goes down; if you sell short, the market goes up. And if you do nothing, you miss out on amazing moves. How do you prevent this bear market from slowly eating your previous years' profits? Andrew Aziz will discuss this critical topic in a webinar geared to help both new and experienced traders benefit from all of this continuing volatility.

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In today’s uncertain and computer-driven market, lots of traders are making one critical mistake. They don’t know how to manage a trade once they are in it, so they hold and watch a winner become a loser. Learn how to line up a successful trade, set a realistic target, and know when a trade is not going to work out, so you can exit before incurring large losses.

Trading requires a disciplined approach and there are techniques you can learn to use now that can minimize your risk and increase your profits. The secret lies in knowing how consistently profitable traders find trades and manage them well from start to finish. Anyone can learn these trading strategies—all you need is a commitment to discover what works and the confidence to implement them. Whether you trade stocks, options, or futures, we’ve gathered the top experts here to show you specific tactics that can be used immediately to spot opportunities and trade them profitably.

Trading is a dynamic enterprise. If you aren’t improving your systems, strategies, and technology you may be losing ground. Our experts will keep you up to date on all the cutting-edge tools—as well as some that have stood the test of time—to keep you on the fast track to trading success.

Whether you're just starting out or a veteran trader looking for fresh ideas, or you are interested in learning day trading strategies, stock trading strategies, and everything in between, this section is made for you.Every article, video, or event is designed to bring you the latest intelligence available so that you can make better trading decisions, starting with your very next trade. Our experts will help you gain the edge you need to succeed in any market environment.