1. Simple Moving Averages And Volume Rate-of-Change

    Simple Moving Averages And Volume Rate-of-Change

    We teach you how to confirm buy and sell signals by comparing two very simple indicators. ...
  2. Using Compound Indicators To Predict Market Fluctuations

    Using Compound Indicators To Predict Market Fluctuations

    Learn how to combine average true range, simple moving average and Bollinger band ...
  3. Spot Hotshot Penny Stocks

    Spot Hotshot Penny Stocks

    Don't flip a coin to find your next investment.
  4. Losing To Win

    Losing To Win

    Adopting realistic expectations is essential to staying in the trading game.
  5. Introduction To Multi-Discipline Accounts

    Introduction To Multi-Discipline Accounts

    You get multiple managers, affordable diversification, customization and consolidated ...
  6. Separately Managed Accounts: A Mutual Fund Alternative

    Separately Managed Accounts: A Mutual Fund Alternative

    It takes a hefty minimum investment to get in in on an SMA, but these offer some ...
  1. How To Invest In Corporate Spin-offs

    How To Invest In Corporate Spin-offs

    In many cases, a spin-off is a win-win for the companies involved. But how can traders ...
  2. Is Now The Time For Momentum Stocks?

    Is Now The Time For Momentum Stocks?

    In active trading, strong trends can last longer than traders expect. This has led ...
  1. What's the difference between moving average and weighted moving average?

    Moving averages are one of the most popular tools used by active traders to measure momentum. In this FAQ, we'll take a look ...
  2. Given the below information, all of the following statements are FALSE regarding ...

    $150,000 long market value$(100,000) debit balance$50,000 credit balance$5,000 SMANo short interest at present Reg T margin ...
  3. A customer has the following in his long margin account. Market value: $18,000, ...

    A. NoneB. $1,000C. $1,500D. $2,000 Correct answer: DExplanation: The account is in restriction since the equity is less than ...
  4. I keep hearing about the 50-day, 100-day and 200-day moving averages. What do they ...

    Whether you are using the 50-day, 100-day or 200-day moving average, the method of calculation and the manner in which the ...
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