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I wrote an article titled “The Science of Selling Options” that appeared in the September 2012 issue of Active Trader. The article is now available for purchase and download on the Active Trader website. If you missed the September 2012 … Continue reading →
The first and most important rule of trading is to always trade with the prevailing trend. I have emphasized this rule in a number of my past posts. It holds true in all market environments, but is especially crucial in … Continue reading →
I have a new article coming out in the September 2012 issue of Active Trader, which may already be available in bookstores. If not, it should be on the shelves in the next week or two. The article is titled … Continue reading →
Knowing the historical seasonal tendencies of our trading instruments can dramatically improve our returns, but how much weight should we assign to seasonal trends? What should we do if our other indicators are bearish and the historical seasonal trend is … Continue reading →