To find stocks that are outbreaking in price it is needful to scan and filter out these stocks on some indicators. One of the popular but effective indicator is that of the OBV or On Balance Volume. However, how can one know to what extent is the impending move? Is the outbreak strong enough to yield a short term trade net of brokerage and round trip commissions? Learn how successful traders go beyond just scanning for OBV in this article.
There has been a steady rise in the use of stock options by investors to maximize their leverage and returns over the past twelve months. Chicago Board Options Exchange confirms this observation when they recently reported that the month of March was their busiest on record with volume up 55% over the same month last year. In fact all previous stock option trading records were broken when over 5.6 million stock option contracts were traded in a single day.
Stock option tra…
Approaching his 50th year in the uranium business, the quiet but assertive Chairman and Chief Executive of Uranium Resources (OTC BB: URIX). Paul K. Willmott talked to us about the current uranium bull market. Willmott discussed the third uranium bull market hes experienced with both exuberance and caution.
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A Renowned Exploration Geologist Is Pursuing Another Major Uranium Deposit in Saskatchewans Athabasca Basin
In late January, Cameco Corps director of advanced exploration tantalized the audience at Vancouvers Minerals Exploration Roundup, discussing the geology, and especially the size, of his companys Millennium uranium deposit. Drill indicated resources are estimated at 449,000 tonnes with a grade of 4.63 percent uranium oxide. Additional tonnage is inferred at the l…
What separates the winning traders from the losing traders in the stocks and futures markets? Discover what you must know and do in order to be a profitable trader.
Day trading most commonly refers to the practice of buying and selling stocks during the day so that at the end of the day you don’t hold any shares overnight; you sell as many shares as you buy. You make money on the difference between the purchase and sales prices.
The main motivation for this style of trading is to make money every day so you don’t sit on the shares , plus of course you eliminate the risk that the shares go down in value overnight. the motivation of thi…
Talking about the Stock Market we seem to mean a different dimension, not a physical location.
However, the Stock Market does have physical locations.
Wall Street, also known as the Dow, or the NYSE, is located in New York
Wall Street is the Address(or is it?)
Many people think of Wall Street and the Stock Market as one in the same, and indeed, it used to be that way.
Its investment objective is to achieve a high level of after-tax total return through investment in utility securities. In pursuing total return, the Fund equally emphasizes both current incomes, consisting primarily of tax-advantaged dividend income, and capital appreciation.
SIX STEPS and the IRREFUTABLE LAWS of the MARKET Every Investor and Trader MUST KNOW to Succeed
A move begins with the sponsors (smart traders) who have insider knowledge as it relates to a particular stock or market. This information will move a market up or down depending on the insiders’ information. These buyers are smart, very smart, and recognize trading/investment opportunities very early in the markup cycle.
Days, weeks, or sometimes months…
Many traders find they can make money trading in bullish markets, but when there is a major correction underway or when the market has turned bearish, they literally freeze and are unable to trade successfully or find profits in their trading. Discover how you can trade profitably in a bear market and not be slaughtered.
Many of todays highly successful traders will tell you that the general key to success in trading is to be able to comfortably take a loss. It is general knowledge among experts in the trading psychology field and among traders that the market is not predictable and it is safe to say that it never will be. In the world of trading, it is expected to take a loss; even those who are highly skilled traders know that it is inevitable. With that said, let us have a look at things …