On: June 14, 2015 In: Blog, Columns, Feature, Most Popular Comments: 0

Written By Brad McFadden Don’t Forecast the Future but Rather Go With the Flow! Is it really helpful to make predictions about where financial markets will be in the future? I don’t think so. We (humans) are terrified of the unknown. Prediction is our way of giving us some sense...

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On: June 14, 2015 In: Blog, Columns, Expert Advice, Feature, Most Popular Comments: 0

Written By Gary Stone When it comes to active investment in the market, it makes a lot of sense to define how you’re going to do it. The greatest traders and investors in the world define how, when and why they are investing. They understand that they need a map...

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On: June 14, 2015 In: Blog, Columns, Expert Advice, Feature, Most Popular Comments: 0

Written By Michael Kodari Humans by nature don’t like to go against the grain. Humans prefer following a crowd but it’s often shown that if you can hold your nerve and wait for an opportunity, it can lead to favourable investment outcomes. With the onset of the modern day 24hr...

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On: June 13, 2015 In: Blog, Columns, Expert Advice, Feature, Most Popular Comments: 0

Written By David Burton In my mind, I am starting to believe that Hindus are one of the smartest races on the planet. Hence, I have been studying Hindu astrology rather than housewife astrology. Sepharial went to India and was the President of the Indian Astrological Association. Gann was also...

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On: June 12, 2015 In: Blog, Columns, Expert Advice, Feature, Most Popular Comments: 0

Get to know your fellow traders. YTE speaks to trader Neville Harris How and when did you first become interested in the markets? I first became interested in the markets in the early 1960’s. A fellow student at the time owned shares in Mt Isa Mines, which was going...

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On: December 09, 2014 In: Columns, Feature Comments: 0

By Clem Chambers For many years in the last decade the “Sell in May and go away” strategy kicked off with a bang as a correction slammed the equity markets with vengeance. Last year it didn’t happen and this year, while summer weakness is in evidence, there is yet...

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On: December 09, 2014 In: Columns Comments: 0

By David Burton If you were an avid “Your Trading Edge” reader, you would have read my previous articles titled- “The Matrix of Money”and “The Burning of Paper Money”. Well, this is an addition to those articles. Gann once said- don’t have debt and save a surplus for emergencies....

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