John Jeffery

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Wotif it goes well?

23 Nov, 2009
After such a successful launch to a limited client segment, it’s a good time to reflect on the first 2 months of the Tradingkey and review the methodology that has yielded close to a 70% success rate.

United Group of Indicators

26 Oct, 2009
Institutions are known to undertake a huge amount of analysis when looking at asset allocation and specific stock selection. Depending on the institution, various forms of fundamental, consensus and technical techniques will be employed.

Know when to fold ‘em

19 Oct, 2009
It’s been a good few weeks in the markets for HUBB clients. During the September Trading key session 2, we focused on picking a couple of Elliott Wave 4 trades using our simple checklist.

If you can't be good, be careful

21 Sep, 2009
In my last article I noted that we could be approaching technical resistance in the S&P 500 and that I am paring back my long positions as individual charts begin to show weakness.

When will the Pull Back come?

14 Sep, 2009
For the last 4 weeks, media pundits and market commentators have (rather tiredly in my opinion) prattled on about shares “getting ahead of the fundamentals” and how the market should “pull back”.

Wagon Trails across the Orient

27 Jul, 2009
Over the past few weeks I had the pleasure of visiting different parts of mainland China. What becomes immediately apparent to any visitor to the major population centres in the eastern provinces is the large scale industrialisation and urbanisation that is occurring.

Patience is not just a card game

26 Jun, 2009

In Jack Schwager’s famous interviews of the ‘Market Wizards’ he compiled a list of the ten criteria that are present in all successful traders. Amongst that list was one which I believe to be the most glaringly difficult to master, that of patience. Sinan Koray and his excellent pieces on trading psychology will be the most expert individual to help you come to terms with and master the art of waiting, however, there are some very simple technical indicators that you can employ to decide whether or not now is a good time to be trading a given share, index or future.

Setting Stops

15 May, 2009
Everyone knows that stop loss orders should be  used for each and every active market position. The reasons which are usually  cited revolve around risk mitigation, being free from watching the market 24/7  and even the psychological impact of consistent trade planning.

Can you pallet it?

4 May, 2009
In the article entitled "Brambles - A Thorny Subject" I considered the usefulness of combining On Balance Volume and Bollinger Bands as a simple trading method.
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