Archive for September, 2015

Let go of what the market should be doing

“Let go of what the market should be doing and act on what the market is actually doing” is one of the most difficult things traders face. AbleTrend is designed to help traders see what the market is doing right now. Here is an example: Act on facts – the actual market direction – rather […]

Effective ways to adapt your trading in the volatile markets

Higher Cash allocation is a prudent strategy for longer term traders: While recent market moves both up and down in with increased volatility could be frustrating, being on the sidelines during this rollercoaster ride for swing traders and position investors, having higher cash allocation continues to be the most prudent strategy in the current volatile […]

How to trade the big Fed news?

Today Fed meeting decided no change for current low interest. This is a big news for the world. At 11:00 am PST, the big news was released, and all tranquil trading turns volatile following the Fed. Basically, today’s market moves are reasonable – Bonds are up more 1% , US dollar index down 1000 bp, […]

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