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Protect Profits: VIX Flashing Warning Signs

Protect Profits: VIX Flashing Warning Signs

The VIX as an indicator has been considered by many to be broken, but frankly that is just nonsense.  The indicator is doing what it is supposed to do, reflecting the positioning of option traders in the SPX 500 contract.  That bet is not always right, and we saw that recently.  A month ago when the market tanked following the Memorial Day someone went long volatility and bought a slew of...

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Creative Visualization For Improved Trading Results

Creative Visualization For Improved Trading Results

Regular visualization is proven to improve performance by up to 10%. Professional athletes use it to improve performance, yet traders are for the most part unaware how this tool could have a positive impact on their trading results: At the beginning of this year I started working with a group of professional traders to help them improve their trading performance.  The group was given a novel...

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3 Problem Trading Behaviors: How To Solve Them

3 Problem Trading Behaviors: How To Solve Them

It’s worth reminding ourselves that every trader is responsible for their trading actions and behavior. How we behave or act (i.e., what we do or don’t do) when trading will largely determine our trading success.  Here are 3 common day trading problems related to how traders act.  Left untamed, they will lead to failure.  All are within the control of the trader and can, therefore, be...

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A Stock Top Is Near: Use Time And Price

A Stock Top Is Near: Use Time And Price

For over a year now, I have been writing about investor sentiment, using time and then combining that with regular technicals and price for high odds swing trade set ups. This 4 check swing trading formula is going to become even more important moving forward. Liquidity is drying up which is going to start producing more volatility. The more volatility in the market, the less “programmed...

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ETF Play: Trading The Greek Drama FXE

ETF Play: Trading The Greek Drama FXE

The European’s can be so dramatic!  Will a deal with Greece get done?  Will it not?  I really can’t say either, but the back and forth between the Troika and the Greek government is the stuff of mid-afternoon soap opera fodder.  Whatever happens, my feeling is that it is going to be good for the Euro currency in general.  Either the Greeks cave which is good for the Euro or they leave the EU...

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Trading Patience And Clear Thinking

Trading Patience And Clear Thinking

Over the years the markets appear to have changed and taken on new dynamics. Although the online age has brought a whole new pattern to trading and accessibility for traders, but has it really changed and what about the traders within? Fundamentally the markets are still places where traders go to buy and sell, trying to make the most profit whilst being driven by greed and fear. They want...

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Psychology: Are You A Revenge Trader?

Psychology: Are You A Revenge Trader?

Many aspiring traders come to zero sum markets such as the futures market after successful careers as entrepreneurs. The mistake they make is thinking that the rules of good business apply to zero sum markets. While in some ways they do (buy low and sell high, for example), it's the ways in which trading these markets is unlike other businesses that will fool you and cost you. Futures...

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Ask Kase: How To Trade The Shanghai Index

Ask Kase: How To Trade The Shanghai Index

“Ask Kase” any question you may have about any actively traded security, and your question may be chosen as the subject of a future column (askkase@kaseco.com). This week’s question for Kase: Is the Shanghai Composite Headed to Shangri-La? “Shangri-La” usually brings to mind the Himalayan paradise featured in the 1937 film Lost Horizons. Even so, Asian-market traders may think of the...

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Trading Psychology: What Sort Of Trader Are You?

Trading Psychology: What Sort Of Trader Are You?

One common piece of advice given to aspiring traders goes like this: match your method to your personality. But because most traders focus virtually 100% on the market it is unlikely that many could actually describe their trader personality. In the everyday world, we get feedback about our interactions with others that gives us clues whether we need to change something about our attitudes...

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Low Fear Levels Mean Cheap Option Protection

Low Fear Levels Mean Cheap Option Protection

Summer trading usually ushers in a time a low volatility and often very little interest.  Markets tend to make sharp and jagged moves as liquidity is thin.  At this time with markets at/near all time highs and nobody truly wants to get off the train, it makes for some difficulty but often some opportunities arise when others are looking the other way.  Paraphrasing Robert Frost, 'The road...

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For Phase I of Markets re-design, we are introducing simple OHLC bar charts with a volume histogram.

To adjust the period and scale of the chart, use the "slider" bar which appears underneath the Volume histogram frame. If the slider frame is not appearing, you may need to adjust the 'Zoom' view of your internet browser or adjust your screen resolution to a lower resolution.

By dragging the start and end arrows of the slider bar to the left and right, you can easily adjust the date range.

Features planned for Phase II will include a selection of chart types and a technical indicator library with the ability to define a custom date range for the chart data.

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