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Simple Stock Market Trading System

Follow a proven Stock Trading System that managed to gain over 100% per year for the past 7 years. Simple to follow for all the stock traders who need a market "edge".

Published: Sat, 21 Oct 2010 15:26:58 -0800

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Trend Following Systems:One of the most successful trading strategy!

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:28:46 -0800

If you are a trader or an investor, definitely you would dream of sound long-term financial growth with minimum risk. Don’t just dream; let it to become true!
Start using a Trend Following System and take benefit from both sides of the stock market: the UP and DOWN.

Trend following systems are the popular trading systems which work on the market trend mechanism. They use “moving averages” or “channel breakouts” to determine the general direction of the market and to generate trade signals. These systems normally enter in the market after the trend properly establishes itself and for this reason, they miss the initial turning point, but this does not diminish their returns, as there are many “fake” turning points where the casual trader might get caught.
If there is a turn opposite to the trend, these systems either exit or wait until the turn establishes itself as a trend in the opposite direction. In case of exit, they re-enter when the trend re-establish itself. Trend following strategies take advantage of long term moves that play out in various markets.

Getting started with a trending system is simple and easy. Latest technologies have developed powerful systems and Internet has made them accessible from the convenience of a PC. Just login to the Internet; subscribe yourself to a system and get successful trading strategies, latest trade signals, quotes, and recommendations without spending hours on searching and analyzing the stock market. Does your current stock trading system completely guides you during your trade by suggesting when is the best time to enter or exit? What to trade? How much to risk? Those are very important questions that you should ask yourself or your trading adviser!

Trend following systems have enjoyed the success and growth over the years and it is mainly due to those traders who have had the most success with these systems.
Many famous traders like Richard Dennis, Paul Rabar, and Jerry Parker say that following a market trend is their winning trading strategy. Its reactive and systematic nature helps them to get maximum benefit from the market trend.

Richard Dennis, the father of the trend following, was one of the most successful futures speculators of all time. He started trading with an initial stock of just a few dollars and used the power of trend following systems and strategies to turned his initial investment into $300,000,000.
He trained many people for this technique and these people are the successful traders of this era.
Jerry Parker, the most successful Richard’s students, believes that trend following with rules works. The small town person from the Lynchburg, by using the powerful trend following technique, is now the president of the Chesapeake Capital. He is making well by earning over $100 million profit.
Another popular trend follower, John W. Henry, who started with $16,000, has earned $500 millions until now.

Base your trading decisions on a diversified, long-term trend following system and enjoy the profits from the ups and downs of the stock market!

What are the Stock Trading Systems and how can you profit from them?

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:27:41 -0800

Whether you are a day trader, or a swing trader, or a buy or hold trader; to successfully move in the modern trading world you need efficient and effective investment strategies, trading tips, and market guide. Don’t be worried by thinking to hire a trading professional or signing up for a course:get a personalized stock trading system that really works!

A trading system contains a timing system, a set of stock filters and has money management strategies that help traders in taking effective trade decisions. The timing system gives the general trend of the market while the stock filters criteria help in selecting the best stocks to be traded – the money management strategy saves the stock traders from straight trading losses and minimizes the risk taken while trading.

These trading systems are constructed using different technical analysis tools (indicators or studies) and economic data. Some of the technical studies used are Moving Averages, Stochastic, Oscillators, Relative Strength, and Bollinger Bands.
The combination of technical analysis and economics gives the trader the best from both world that ,traditionally, have been proved to provide the necessary stock market edge to the successful traders.
An effective trading system must make money, limit risk, and must be composed of stable and optimized parameters.

Automated stock trading system is a growing trend in trade industry. They use the simulation of the trading rules, parameters, and indicators in a completely automated fashion and provide the traders a tool to use for decision making. These systems work with trading softwares to find trades that best suit you, and then automatically place your trades with your broker. Automated trading systems give many benefits like increase efficiency, increase profit, and save time,however, the market is full with scams. Please beware while buying an automated trading system!

Stock trading systems are a great assistance for newbies and casual traders. Novice traders know very little about stock trading tactics, don’t come up with any trade plan, have poor money management, and do overtrading. By adopting timing, filtering, and a money management system, they get a complete trade plan that helps and guide them in selecting a right trade, locating a trend, and responding to trade signals. An effective stock system stops them from overtrading and ensures that they only pull the right trigger at the right time.

The trading systems are quite handy for experienced traders as well. They are objective and static,so help traders to improve their investment strategies and money management rules. An equity trading system automatically generates trade signals and select the best stock type to be traded, thus saving traders from tedious market research and analysis. It helps in making quick and accurate trading decisions; hence save time, increase performance and profit. Whatever economic cycle would be prevailing in the market; you can attain consistent returns while minimizing the risk with a successful equity trading system.

Please note that does NOT use a fully automated trading system for it's recommendations: there is a major human factor that is evaluating all the trading decisions and this is backed by over 30 years of real trading experience!

The basics of our Trading System

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:29:38 -0800

There is a simple maxim when it comes to stock investing: buy low, sell high. Along with this important maxim, is a commonly enunciated myth involving stock trading: it's impossible to determine when a stock has peaked or when a stock has hit bottom.

We have developed trading strategies and stock trading systems that have resulted in much larger returns and more palatable risk and return ratios than is normally or traditionally found around the stock market.

The idea is simple in essence, and our previous results demonstrate the effectiveness and usefulness of our stock trading system - (Keep in mind that no commissions costs are included in our data).

Even during those period of times when a stock market is volatile and stock trading trends become more difficult to plot, our trading system and overall stock market strategies have proved effective

VOLUME-a basic element for stock trading decisions

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:29:41 -0800

In the trading world, it oftentimes is said that when it comes to the stock market, price is king, but volume is queen. One of the considerations that you must bear in mind when you are developing a stock trading strategy is the role that volume must plan in your portfolio management thinking process.

Glossary of trading terminology

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:29:46 -0800

Aggressive- An investment strategy with an above-average risk tolerance, with the expectation of above- average returns. Aggressive strategies usually favor the purchase of stocks of rapidly growing companies, buying on margin, and options trading.

Buy and Hold - An investment strategy in which stocks are bought and then held for a long period of time, regardless of the market's fluctuations. This strategy is based on the assumption that in the very long term (10-20 years), stock prices will go up and the market as a whole will rise despite any short-term fluctuations due to business cycles or rising inflation. Trade commissions are reduced by buying and selling less often and taxes are often reduced or deferred by holding positions longer.

BUY AT OPEN -- If you'd like to implement this type of trading order, then you should place a market order before the market opens up for trading (9:30 AM ET). When placing a market order, your trade will be filled at whatever the opening price is on that morning.

Capital gain- The amount by which an asset's selling price exceeds its initial purchase price. A realized capital gain is the profit resulting from the sale of an investment. An unrealized capital gain is an investment that hasn't been sold yet but would result in a profit if sold. Capital gains generally receive more favorable tax treatment than ordinary gains. Depending on your tax bracket and on how long you held a capital asset, you may pay about one-third to one-half less tax on a capital gain than you would have paid on the same amount of ordinary income.

Did you ever wonder how those major market indexes got created and what stocks they contain?

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:29:48 -0800

here is a lot of talk nowadays about SP500,Nasdaq and DowJones as how they performed and who can "beat them". Never the less, few people know about their history and about their content, that's it,what stocks those indexes are following.

DowJones Industrials contains just 30 Stocks,the great Nasdaq index has only 100 stocks and SP500 has indeed 500 stocks -:). All those stocks can be found right here (Please note that Russell2000 has over 200kb):

Return on investment: ROI

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:29:51 -0800

When we have the opportunity to share with our family, friends and close professional colleagues the successes we have enjoyed through stock investing, they are amazed and oftentimes look at us in disbelief. The reality is that we have enjoyed tremendous success in stock trading through the trading system and stock investment strategies that we have developed over time, through trial and error. Our stock trading system allows a person like you the chance to use tried and true stock market strategies that have proven successful for us for years.

A Look at Paper Stock Trading

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:29:53 -0800

Fine Tuning Your Stock Trading Skills

If you are interested in involving yourself in the stock market, you might want to take a step aside for a moment before you begin spending real money in stock trading. In other words, you might want to spend some quality time involved with paper trading, with paper stock trading, as a means of learning more about stock investing and investment strategy in the proverbial real world.

For those of you unfamiliar with the term, paper trading is a simulation. Through this simulation, a person interested in taking up stock investing “buys” and “sells” stocks. However, the buying and selling completely is fictional, simulated. While you are following the rise and fall of real securities on the stock market, you are not using real money in the process. Through paper trading, you have the chance to practice stock investing and stock trading without putting any of your own hard earned (and real) money at risk.

Anybody interested in trying his or her hand at paper trading can do so. Indeed, as mentioned, many wise investors gives paper trading a go before taking up the real beast … be it a bull or a bear.

Insider Trading: A Look at Facts and Myths

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:29:55 -0800

When it comes to the stock market and insider stock trading, there are some important facts that any person interested in stock investing should bear in mind. Additionally, there are a significant number of myths that deserve debunking.

Over the course of the past four or five years, the whole concept of insider stock trading has gained a significant amount of attention thanks to the plight of American Domestic Diva: Martha Stewart - which brings us to our first myth about insider stock trading.

When the Martha Stewart case is mentioned, most people automatically believe that she was convicted of and sent to prison for insider stock trading. That simply is not the case. Why a grand jury initially indicted Ms. Stewart on such a charge, the judge through the charge out due to insufficient evidence. In short, Ms. Stewart never was found guilty of insider trading.

One important fact to keep in mind about insider trading in the United States and many other countries in the 21st century is that intent is no longer an element of the crime. Previously and historically you had to intend to misuse insider information in order to gain a benefit through the stock market. In today’s world, you merely have to make a stock trading or stock investing decision based on insider information that is in your possession whether you intended to misuse the information in violation of the law or not.

Stock breakouts can be the a very profitable strategy you can follow.

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:29:58 -0800

First off, despite what any of the so called experts will tell you, the fact is that you don't. Okay, now that we have that behind us, we can look at it a bit more objectively.

When a stock has banged it's head up against a resistance level in the past, and failed to execute the breakout, there are several factors working at the same time. One of those factors is that some of the people that bought the stock at the breakout level are still holding it. Some of them are nervous. They start to think that "if that stock gets back to where I got it, I'm outta here". So, that creates some overhead pressure. Then of course you have the professional short sellers lurking.

The short sellers watch resistance levels too. At the very first signs that a stock won't break out, they pile on the shorts, and that extra pressure will often lead to the stock failing it's move. Between the "bag holders" that are stuck in it, and the shorts looking to crush it, you can see there's some warfare going on. The driving factor behind why it's challenging it's breakout in the first place has to be pretty strong to overcome it all.

Bear Market survival

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:30:01 -0800

The Key to Surviving a Bear Market:

Follow the Market by Shorting or Buying Special Mutual Funds that Trade Short Stocks

Many people who are contemplating becoming involved in the stock market do worry about what will happen when the day comes and they have to face a bear market. They worry about how the will survive a bear market, how they will develop an appropriate investment strategy for such a situation.

Of course, one of the most important aspects of surviving a bear market is to be prepared for such an eventuality. When it comes to the stock market and stock trading it is important to keep in mind that where there is a bull market, there can be a bear market. In short, you need to develop a sound investment strategy that keeps in sight the reality that bear markets do occur.

Stock Market orders

Sat, 1 Oct 2010 15:30:03 -0800

How do you enter the market in the morning: market or limit orders?
We like the concept of using a "limit" order for any stock purchase where we are not physically sitting in front of our computers and watching the action. So first what exactly is a limit order? A limit order allows you to state the exact price (within a couple cents) that you are willing to buy a stock at or "under". For instance, let's say you want XYZ and it seems to be moving fast. It was 50.50 a few minutes ago and now its quoted to you at 51.75 Well, we know that a "market order" allows too many games to be played by the market makers, so to short cut them, we would use a limit order. Here we would say to ourselves "XYZ is moving well, but I don't want to get stuck by the market. It's at 51.75 and I would be willing to buy it up to 52 dollars and no more." So we would tell our broker (or use the correct "buttons" to do it on line) that we want to place a "limit order of 52 dollars on XYZ". What we have done is this, we have said that XYZ may still be moving while we are on the phone and as long as it doesn't get above 52 we are still willing to buy it. If it moves over 52 we think it has gone too far to make it still attractive. So your order will go in an electronic "book" and will execute as long as XYZ stays under 52. If XYZ "gets away" or in other words runs past 52 while you are on the phone or at your computer, your order will not "fire off". Next time we will discuss the 2 basic types of limit orders you will run into.

Nicholas Darvas

Mon, 12 Oct 2010 22:40:09 -0800

Nicholas Darvas was a brilliant investor, and one of the first traders to use technical analysis. At the height of his fortune, he made 2.2 million dollars. If Darvas had invested today, that 2.2 million would be 20 million!

Before Darvas came to America he studied economics at the University of Budapest. In1951, he immigrated to the United States, where he trained with his half-sister, Julia, to be a ballroom dancer. And he was a very good dancer, touring the world by 1956.

He started investing in 1952, a ballroom dancer who had never invested in the stock market. But a Toronto nightclub couldn`t pay him in cash, so they paid him with three thousand shares of a Canadian mining company called Brilund. Two months later, the stock tripled and Darvas made a tidy profit. An investor was born.

Like anyone beginning to trade on the stock market, Darvas made his mistakes. When he started out, many of his trades were gambles. He would pick companies that were the next big thing, or that came recommended by other traders. Many of his first large trades resulted in a huge losses. But cheered on by whatever small profits he did make, Darvas began asking questions about why stocks behaved the way they did.

Help and FAQ

Sat, 25 Feb 2010 16:14:43 -0800

It is important to us that we provide you all the information you need about our stock trading systems and investment strategy program so that you will be able to fully evaluate the benefits of your unique trading system. Consequently, we provide answers to some of the most common questions we receive about our trading system, about the stock market, money management and related stock trading issues. Of course, if you have any additional questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time.

Trading Systems

Mon, 12 Oct 2010 22:40:09 -0800

Trading system No1: This stock trading strategy is suitable for investors that prefer a conservative approach to the stock market. This investment strategy is a good choice for a person who doesn’t want to follow a stock market trend. The trades are only long entries, and we start with the first of January of every year, and we close on the last day of December of the same year.

Trading system No2: This stock investing strategy uses diversification in stocks and diversification in timing the stock trading purchases. We are buying 5 stocks at the beginning of every quarter of the year:1st of January,1st of April,1st of June,1st of October,and we close alt he positions at the end of the year.

Trading system No3: This trading strategy is for active investors who wants to be all the time in pace with the Stock Market. The timer associated with the strategy is quite fast and you can expect to have over 10 signals per year

Why our trading system is different

Mon, 12 Oct 2010 22:40:09 -0800

Through our own real world trading experiences - gained through two decades of developing effective investment strategies - we can offer you an incomparable trading system that will put you on the path to enjoying an increase in profits from your own stock investment and trading regimens.

We have in depth familiarity in dealing with the U.S. stock market through all types of economic cycles - recession, inflation, growth, stabilized, aggressive, sideways - whatever has occurred in the market, we have been there and succeeded.

Rather than fill our website with generally useless technical terms and gobbledygook, we have developed a user friendly approach to developing individualized trading system applications. We provide simple, straightforward and meaningful directions through which you can follow a trading system that works with you for now, and into the future..

The Trading System that works

Mon, 12 Oct 2010 22:40:09 -0800

If you are like most people in the world today, you live your life on a very full and fast paced schedule.
You do not have time to spare let alone to waste. Consequently, if you are spending over ten minutes a day watching the stock market or trading, you are not making efficient use of your schedule. What you actually need is a more efficient - and effective - trading system.

Money Managaments Strategies

Sat, 25 Oct 2010 16:14:57 -0800

Even with the best tools and stock market strategies, learning to be a profitable trader takes money and time. Many traders make the mistake of thinking that a magic filter or method will allow them to make money without any effort. Greed, fear and the need to be right pave the road to stock market failure. Learn what stock market trading strategies and money portfolio management strategies work best for your acceptable risk level. · One of the keys of a solid stock investing system is to watch your stocks during the first 15-30 minutes after the market opens. The ones that hold the gain (or loss if your shorting) for the first 15-30 minutes and are still under the 3% increase are considered good candidates. · Never trade more than 10% of your total stock trading account in one trade. For example if your trading account is $25,000,your maximum amount for one stock trading should not be greater that $2500! · Use mental stop losses of 10%, and hard stop losses of 25% for stocks over $10. Use more for stocks less than $10: 20% and 35%. Mental stop losses means that you take a look at the end of the day at your portfolio and see if any of the stocks are down more than 10% since you purchased them. In this case you watch that stock carefully, read the corporate news, and see if any significant changes are making your stock to lose value. Hard stop losses are actual stop orders placed with your brokerages, and are your safety net for any unpleasant surprises the market might offer us. (As an example, see the 9/11 disaster) · Use profits taken at 40% or more. When you stock reaches 40% profit you should take some profits, leaving the rest to follow its course. In this way you can secure some of your initial investing. · When you have more than 15% profit, move your stop loss to the break-even point, and continue to do it so until you exit the position. We call this trailing stop. You should consider initiating such strategy after the initial 15% gain. · One aspect of money management is the understanding of the simple mathematics of gain/loss: If you have a trading capital of $10,000 and you lose 50% it is not enough to gain 50% to break even. After a loss of 50% you now have $5,000. To break even you need to make 100% with your leftover 5,000 to reach your original capital of 10,000 again.. You see the importance of protecting against losses. · Use margin stock trading wisely, or you might lose more than your initial investment. Margins are a great way of multiplying your initial stock market investment. But, if not followed closely and done properly, this type of stock investing strategy can result in big losses fast. A famous trader said it all: “Big positions mean big problems”. Start out small and build up your confidence and your trading account slowly but surely. Don’t try to become rich quickly. Consistency is the name of the game. If you have consistent trade returns after a long time period (more than a year) and including riding through down periods in the stock market, you can slowly increase your exposure. Our method has been proved to work in different markets, but it's YOUR MIND SET that has to be trained. · Diversification: If you have 20 stocks and one of your selections crashes unexpectedly and you have a total loss in that stock ( it is very rare but can happen) you have only lost 5% of your trading capital. Not too bad. You will survive and you can continue your trading without much damage. If you have a good strategy otherwise your profits will more than take of this eventuality. If you hold only 2 stocks you have now lost 50%[...]