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: Expert Advice Comments: 0

By Louise Bedford Good traders have an entrepreneurial spirit. They know they are the owners of the greatest small business on the planet, without the inconveniences of staff, Work Cover and the constant threat of litigation. This entrepreneurial spirit does have some drawbacks. Traders often have a staggering amount...

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On: June 30, 2014 In: Expert Advice Comments: 0

In many cases, novice traders feel the need to pick and choose their go-to timeframe. It seems like this single timeframe approach is a very common mistake made by traders seeking to simplify their trading analysis by what many refer to as ‘zeroing in’. By Joshua Martinez, Market Traders Institute,...

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On: June 30, 2014 In: Expert Advice Comments: 0

The current situation in Ukraine, where Russian armed forces have occupied the southern peninsula of Crimea, has created a standoff between Russia and the West, culminating in obvious political tensions and consequences. What impact does this have for the global markets? And what does the future hold? Michael Kodari...

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On: June 30, 2014 In: Expert Advice Comments: 0

Written by Michael Kodari. Australia is a proud nation. We’ve come to believe that having the beloved flying kangaroo soaring across foreign and remote skies is necessary to engender a sense of enduring nationalism. After all Qantas is the spirit of Australia… of course, just like a fickle fair-weather...

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