Spring is arriving and so has the latest edition of the TraderPlanet quarterly trading journal. This is the fifth edition of our free quarterly trading publication.

The spring issue features an exclusive interview with Fidelity president Brian Hogan. Fidelity’s Hogan oversees 500 employees and is responsible for the management of $850 billion in assets. He sat down with TraderPlanet in the spring of 2014 for an exclusive peek into the inner workings at Fidelity. Read that story here.

The latest issue includes an article by Stock Trader Almanac’s Jeff Hirsch on what the midterm election year means for the U.S. stock market. Also, the Options Industry Council’s Alan Grigoletto offers the ins and outs on the covered combination option strategy. Walker England, from DailyFX offers his top three currencies to watch this summer and why.
Chris Kimble, from Kimble Charting Solutions outlines how the madness of crowds affects markets and details the “Eiffel Tower Pattern.” Learn how Isaac Newton lost a bundle in the South Seas bubble in the 1700’s. Read these and many more articles here. If you’d like this free publication e-mailed to you each quarter, subscribe at no cost here.

As the calendar rolls to May, we like to take a look back at the top stories from April— in case you missed them.


10 Commandments For Trading With The Trend by Steve Burns

Trading And Spouse Relationships by Steve Miller, AskSlim

Advance-Decline Line: Find Intraday Turning Points by Andrew Thrasher

Which Holidays Are Good For The Markets by Polly Dampier, Naturus

A Look At Weibo’s IPO by Briefing.com analyst Dennis Hobein

The Death of CAN SLIM® by Gil Morales and Chris Kacher

Man Versus Computer: Can You Really Win by Gary Dean

Video Analysis: Is Tesla About To Deflate? By Kenneth Reid

A Tale of Two Tech Sectors: Are technology stocks in a bubble? By Charles Sizemore

As always, a big thank you to our valued contributors and to our readers. Thank you for being a part of the TraderPlanet community.