Category Archives: Trader education
A popular meme in financial media is that “volatility is good for traders.” But the truth is different; volatility is good for traders under certain conditions, otherwise it can even be detrimental to performance.
Offering the wrong investment advice to the public to invest their hard-earned money is much worse than providing random trading tips to market speculators. The impact of wrong decisions on the former group can be devastating especially near retirement age.
Price Action Lab spoke with legendary investor Felix Grandluckmeister on his secrets of success. Felix Grandluckmeister ‘s fund, RNDTrading, has had only 6 down quarters in the last 31 years, which is considered unique performance.
A Market Signals subscriber from beautiful Brazil inquired about the possibility of using a leveraged ETF in place of SPY ETF, or even account margin, for boosting the performance of our MRSPYW weekly mean-reversion strategy. Below is our analysis.
Ripple (XRP) has gained about 120% in the last two weeks due to announcements that the company will be launching soon their settlement system, called XRapid.
Successful detection of anomalous price action in the daily time frame can offer an edge, especially under the discretion of an experienced trader. In this article we discuss one method of detection and include an example of the results.