Tuesday, February 23, 2010

TICK ZOOM - new trading platform, better then NinjaTrader?

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TickZOOM - A new trading Platform claiming to be better the NinjaTrader and Tradestation

Here is a comparison chart from there website-

 


For the Price, I think I will stay with Tradestation/NinjaTrader/Multicharts.

Saturday, February 20, 2010

Position Sizing and Risk in stock trading

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Risky Business- Long & Wrong goes over Position sizing and why it's important.

Traders most difficult problem trading - STOPS

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Futures Stock Broker Comparison

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I'm currently reviewing several brokers and will be putting together a video on the best futures broker based on a number of features. If you believe you have an awesome broker, ie better than InteractiveBrokers or Tradestation, or etc.. please let me know why. My main basis for rating each broker is based on Commissions, market data reliability, execution speed, market data fees, platform fees, and other features.

Check out the Spread Sheet

If you don't see your broker listed above, please provide a link so I can rate them.

If your a broker or you would like to refer your broker and you have a good deal that you want others to know about, email me-
HighProbabilityTrading@gmail.com

Sunday, February 07, 2010

Quotetracker Advance Decline Line Chart Changes

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For all the beloved QuoteTracker lovers, there have been some minor changes in the way you see things in order for enhancements to be made for TDameritrade Clients. TDameritrade clients can now chart the advance / decline line, but please not that TICK and advance / decline data cannot be backfilled with any broker through Quotetracker. For all the interactivebroker users out there, you may have noticed the Advance / Decline change, going from a ratio of the advance / decline, to a raw value of the advancing stocks minus the declining stocks.

Old NYSE A/D Ratio chart-

New NYSE A/D Raw Value chart-

Tuesday, February 02, 2010

Squawk Trader Top Secrets Video

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Ben Lichtenstein; from TraderAudio, discusses how professional traders wait patiently for activity to come to them. He uses a good metaphor in comparing Professional traders in the pit to the "local" gamblers at Las Vegas. The Locals wait for the "tourists" that are in a hurry to make a bet (trade) before they leave to catch their airplane flight, and then they find opportunity there.

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