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  1. Ralph Acampora on Dow Theory

    Legendary technical analyst Ralph Acampora talks Dow Theory with JC Parets.
  2. Adam Koos on Utilizing Technical Analysis

    Adam Koos, CFP shares how he uses technical analysis.
  3. How Bull Markets Past and Present Stack Up

    Looking back at the history of bull markets can give some context on where we currently stand.
  4. Louise Yamada on Evolution of Technical Analysis

    Louise Yamada talks to allstarcharts.com's JC Parets about the evolution of technical analysis since 1980.
  5. Penny Stocks to Watch for May 2017 (CYTR, DELT)

    These ten penny stocks trading on U.S. public exchanges could gain substantial ground in April 2017 and the coming months.
  6. Where We See Investing Opportunities Now

    We share a few investing ideas to consider for a second quarter characterized by broadening reflation, low returns and the ...
  7. John Bogle on Starting World's First Index Fund

    Vanguard founder John Bogle shares how he started the investment management company over 40 years ago.
  8. Vanguard CEO: High-Cost Active Management is Dead

    Vanguard Group CEO Bill McNabb says there's no place for high-cost active management in a future of lower average returns.
  9. Committed To Making An Impact

    Brett Wayman shares Envestnet's method for selecting an impact investing strategy.
  10. Chart of the Week: Worried About Trade Wars? We Think There is Room for Calm

    Richard explains why trade war risks have been lowered in the short term, and what it could mean for markets.
  11. Financial Stocks Scatter Amid Mixed Earnings (MS, GS)

    Banks like JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America are riding high on fixed-income revenue. Goldman Sachs, not so much.
  12. Jay Jacobs on Most Interesting Chart in the Market

    Global X's Director of Research Jay Jacobs, CFA shares his most interesting chart.
  13. Rules for Picking Stocks When Intraday Trading

    Any good intraday trader knows there are rules for picking the best stocks that day, and the importance of when to get in, ...
  14. Best Time(s) of Day, Week & Month to Trade Stocks

    Is 9:00am or Noon better to buy stock? Best day? What about best month? Here's how time affects trading decisions based on ...
  15. Robo-Advisor (Robo-Adviser)

    Robo-advisors are digital platforms that provide automated, algorithm-driven financial planning services with little to no ...
  16. The Top 10 Brokerage Firms For Day Trading

    Day traders have different needs from long-term investors. Investopedia rates the top 10 brokerage firms for day traders.
  17. The Best Day Trading Schools and Courses

    Jumping into day trading without some training could lead to losses. Here's how to pick a good day-trading course or school. ...
  18. Why Stock Picking Is a Loser's Game

    If you are trading in and out of individual stocks and you are not illegally insider trading, you are a total loser. Here's ...
  19. 8 Common Biases That Impact Investment Decisions

    Behavioral biases hit us all as investors and can vary depending upon our investor personality type.
  20. Chart of the Week: Is the Reflation Trade Over?

    So-called “Trump trades” have rolled back on political uncertainty, yet we see the broader reflation trade having room to ...
  21. TradeStation's Evolution into Online Broker Dealer

    TradeStation's John Bartleman on expanding from research to customized trading tools to serve its global users.
  22. Alan Shaw on the Evolution of Technical Analysis

    The legendary Chartered Market Technician on how technical analysis has evolved over the past century and its importance ...
  23. Ryan Detrick on Historical Trends

    Ryan Detrick, Chief Market Strategist for LPL Financial, looks for different ways to evaluate trends and the complexity of ...
  24. Eddy Elfenbein on Asset Fund Management Fees

    The Founder of Crossing Wall Streets talks about buy-side fund managers having to stick to traditional incentive fees versus ...
  25. Eddy Elfenbein on Crossing Wall Street's Portfolio

    Elfenbein talks about taking the buy list blog on CWS to create an exchange traded fund that readers can also invest in.
  26. Play The Market, Sector by Sector

    Sector ETFs are an increasingly important part of the equity ETF space and investors have hundreds to choose from.
  27. Options Action Suggests CRM Is Breaking Out

    Trading volume in shares of Salesforce.com is nearly twice the daily rate, with increased options activity. We investigate. ...
  28. The 10 Commandments of Investing

    Use these rules to guide you on the road to financial freedom.
  29. 6 Signs You're Addicted To Investing

    Compulsive trading will ratchet up your transaction costs, stress level and time spent away from the important things in ...
  30. Four Big Investor Errors

    These simple lessons can cut your losses
  31. Is World Wresting Entertainment Breaking Out? (WWE)

    WWE is signaling a spike in option volume and a potential breakout.
  32. What's the difference between a stop and a limit order?

    A limit order is an order that sets the maximum or minimum at which you are willing to buy or sell a particular stock. With ...
  33. 7 Stock Buying Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

    No investor is flawless. Here are some common investing fallacies and a step-by-step guide on how to avoid them when buying ...
  34. Using Volatility To Your Advantage with ETFs

    ETFs offer investors plenty of ways to deal with changes in market volatility.
  35. The Worst Mistakes Beginner Traders Make

    Traders generally buy and sell securities more frequently and hold positions for much shorter periods than investors, which ...
  36. Using News Headlines to Adjust Your Portfolio

    The news often uses sensationalism to sell media. Don't base your investing on the headlines.
  37. Capture Profits Using Bands and Channels

    Donchian channels, Keltner channels and STARC bands are not as well known as Bollinger bands, but they offer comparable opportunities. ...
  38. Tony Robbins on the Fiduciary Rule

    Best-selling author and entrepreneur Tony Robbins on the Dept. of Labor's "Fiduciary Rule"
  39. How Active Investing Leads Investors to Index Funds

    Investing in index funds is more active investing than passive investing.
  40. What The Market Thinks About The TSLA Secondary (TSLA)

    Trading in shares of TSLA suggests the market liked the company's recent secondary offering.
  41. What the 8th Anniversary of the Bull Market Means

    Has the stock market run too far, too fast or should investors stay the course?
  42. Where Does the Fed Go From Here?

    After Wednesday's rate hike, what can we expect from the FOMC for the rest of the year and in the long run?
  43. Understanding Investor Behavior

    Discover how some human tendencies can play out in the market, posing the question: are we really rational?
  44. Candle Sheds More Light Than the MACD

    Read the case against this well-established indicator.
  45. Market Makers Vs. Electronic Communications Networks

    Learn the pros and cons of trading forex through these two types of brokers.
  46. What Investors Can Learn From Insider Trading

    Some insider trading is actually legal - and can be extremely telling for investors.
  47. Are You Investing or Gambling?

    We look at ways in which gambling creeps into trading and what may drive an individual to trade - or gamble - in the first ...
  48. 7 Technical Indicators to Build a Trading Toolkit

    Check out these common technical indicators and learn how you can add them to your trading toolkit
  49. 10 Options Strategies To Know

    If you want to trade options but are short on strategies, we can help.
  50. Time to Be Long Bitcoin (BTC)

    A technical trader explains his strategy around Bitcoin.
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