By: Louise Bedford On: January 23, 2018 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Trading Mindset Comments: 0

Are you living your life by rules you didn’t create? It will wear you out. One of the reasons why we might have trouble making good decisions is because of a less than favourable childhood. If you were abused or neglected as a child – IT WAS NOT YOUR...

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By: Sinan Koray- internationally acclaimed speaker, author and trading coach who is reshaping trading psychology. On: January 22, 2018 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Trading Mindset Comments: 0

There are two lost skills. Reading and writing. Let’s look at them one at a time. Writing comes first, it is diminishing faster than the sand in the hourglass. I am not referring to writing books and articles, although that is fading too. I am referring to writing in...

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On: January 22, 2018 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Trading Mindset Comments: 0

John Zahra is a mechanical supervisor and trader, currently living in Sydney. John has previously travelled and worked overseas and around Australia in the construction industry. He also spent time following his passion and competing in Ironman distance triathlons. Four years ago, John decided to take a break and...

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By: Van K. Tharp, Ph.D. On: January 22, 2018 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular Comments: 0

In addition to leading the Van Tharp Institute, I consider my two other primary roles to be a modeler and a coach. Although I have a Ph.D. in psychology, I have an extensive background in Neurolinguistic Programming, which enables me to be a superb modeler. As a result, I...

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On: January 22, 2018 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Technical Analysis Comments: 0

I am often asked questions such as, ‘is it better to use trend lines or moving averages when trying to follow a trend?’ or ‘why do I get false signals when using trend lines and moving averages?’ or ‘I seem to get whipsawed a lot with moving averages, how...

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By: David Burton On: January 22, 2018 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Technical Analysis Comments: 0

W.D. Gann traded coffee as well as other commodities. The exchange first started on 7th March, 1882 with trade No. 7 coffee from 1882 to 1939. The amazing thing is, how little research is done on what we have left in public hands, not counting the 270 charts that...

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By: Ashley Jessen- author of CFDs Made Simple and CEO & Co-Founder of ProfileBooster.com.au On: January 22, 2018 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Shares and Trading Comments: 0

Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Big Data. Unless you have been living under a rock, you would have heard these terms mentioned a lot in the last few years. But what real-world applications do they provide? Self-driving cars, brick-laying robots and even Siri to help navigate your way through...

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By: Cameron Buchanan- Founder of the International Day Trading Academy On: January 22, 2018 In: Expert Advice, Shares and Trading Comments: 0

2017 has certainly been a mundane year in the financial markets, however, still very profitable for some investors I am sure. Having said that, this could certainly change in the near future. The mundaneness that is. Could this be the calm before the storm? September just recorded its lowest...

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By: Jodie Nolan- Economist and Author On: December 20, 2017 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Shares and Trading Comments: 0

At a time when there is so much geopolitical and economic uncertainty- the threat of an attack on USA by North Korea, Europe’s political turmoil and unprecedented global debt, it seems ironic that the measure of market expectations, the VIX Index, remains stable and calm. It appears investors are...

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By: David Burton On: September 26, 2017 In: Expert Advice, Most Popular, Technical Analysis Comments: 0

Most YTE readers are familiar with Gann’s 360-degree chart, Square of 9 and Hexagonal chart. They are all seasonal charts; however, Gann was only showing one-dimensional Charts. In fact, they are a declination chart, not a date chart like 21st March. The 21st March just happens to be zero...

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