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

  CURRENT AND NEW CHARTS ASX 200 INDEX – WEEKLY CLOSE –SEMI-LOG. (5877) This chart has proved to be an excellent road map for the primary trend, especially since 2003. From the bear market low in 2009, it is currently not quite making the much-touted 6000 level, which I...

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

Written By: Dawn Bolton-Smith    BUBBLES ALWAYS RUN TO TROUBLES It’s all about charts! In the previous issue of Your Trading Edge, I was looking for a run to 6000 on our ASX 200 Index, which just fell short with a high 5996.4 on April 13th with the daily chart...

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

Written By  Gary Stone The arrival of ETFs (Exchange-traded funds) on the investing landscape, their increasing popularity and their ongoing expansion to cover more and more sectors, specific industries, commodities and market segments continues to open up an increasing number of opportunities for investors in being their own fund...

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

Written By:  Janine Cox   When news surfaces that a share you hold in your portfolio is to be taken over, what is the first thing you do? You grab your phone of course, and check the current price to see for yourself that the news is true. Even...

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

Australia’s own fully moderated Futures Day Trading Room has gone live. The award-winning International Day Trading Academy has recently launched its members-only day trading room here in Australia. The trading room provides traders of any levels with a fully supported online trading environment to start their trading and accelerate...

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

Written By: Sophie Davidson At one point on January 7, both U.S. Light Crude (WTI) and European Light Crude (Brent) were trading below $50 per barrel. WTI hit $47 early in the morning after passing the $50 mark on the previous day. Brent briefly dipped below $50 at around the...

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

What can you do to turn this rise into a potential Gold Mine of trading opportunities? Written By: Lachlan Elsworth   The Status Quo Whenever I am asked to write an article, I like to question the status quo and provide every reader with thought provoking content and education. I...

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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: March 19, 2015 In: Feature Comments: 0

By Michael Kodari Having enjoyed a strong period of economic growth over the past 24 years, it’s becoming clear that the Australian economy is under-the-weather going into 2015. A drop off in mining investment, non-mining sector weakness, and a tight fiscal environment have all contributed to the below average...

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On: March 19, 2015 In: Feature Comments: 0

By Gary Stone A vital aspect of being able to trade the markets successfully is a trader’s ability to recognise trade set-ups and market moves. Just like a ship captain who bases his decisions on the ebb and flow of the tide and direction of wind, a trader uses...

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On: March 19, 2015 In: Feature Comments: 0

  By Gary Stone The currently prevalent 24-hour news cycle, and the easy access to a huge and varied array of news, data sources, opinions and instant updates, how do investors deal with the continuous bombardment of ‘market noise’ when arriving at their investing decisions? Over supply of information...

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On: March 19, 2015 In: Feature Comments: 0

By Janine Cox Who wouldn’t want to make money in a few days or weeks? Some short term traders chase company floats in the hope of picking a few that rise by 20, 30, or even 100 per cent above the buy price after listing. The problem is that...

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On: March 19, 2015 In: Feature Comments: 0

By Gabriela Motroc In early January, the price of Brent crude oil dipped below $US50 per barrel for the first time since May 2009. As reported by the BBC, many observers predict that the price of oil will fall even further as North American shale producers keep supplying high...

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On: December 10, 2014 In: Feature Comments: 0

By Richard Lie Not so long ago, post-war Japan was talked about in the same reverent tones as China is today. Its economy was the envy of the world; its work ethic and productivity levels were off the scale, and its manufacturing prowess turned it into a behemoth- the...

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On: December 10, 2014 In: Feature Comments: 0

By Richard Lie A word of warning: Trading Dotcoms is not for the faint hearted and anyone who experienced the Tech Crash of 2001 will agree. It was brutal, with a great number of stocks falling to a selling price of zero. Never before have fortunes been made and...

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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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