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To Parity and Beyond? Not yet...

Mathew Barnes 5 Feb, 2010

The strong Australian Dollar seems to be common knowledge wherever I go. Everyone is talking about the magic word “parity” and wondering when the value of the Australian Dollar will exceed the value of the US Dollar.

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A likely scenario?

Tom Scollon 5 Feb, 2010

As I search to fathom out the melee of the last couple of weeks I try and contemplate likely scenarios. I say likely as to talk of just possible scenarios is really just sitting on the fence and I am not good at that. Nor can I say I am good at picking short term moves. I say ‘moves’ as I am inclined to think a short term ‘trend’ is almost a contradiction of terms. I do not aspire to pick the short term moves but only to understand them as a foundation to at least the medium term move ahead.

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The Best, the Worst and the ASX 200

Jordan Craw 29 Jan, 2010

2009 was a year of recoveries – for the economy, the financial system and battered stocks. Reading varied financial research over the past few months, there have been a number of themes that are consistent. These being firstly that after the ‘economic sweet spot’ in the third quarter of 2009, the speed of the recovery will slow in 2010. Flowing on from this is the idea that 2010 will see more a stock picker’s market compared to 2009 where almost all ships were lifted with the tide.

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Harmony on the Euro

Mathew Barnes 29 Jan, 2010

It always amazes me when people tell me that techniques are too simple to work. I’m not pointing the finger here, I have done exactly the same thing myself. For example, take Gann’s rule of markets moving in equal sections.

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When Chaos Abounds

Tom Scollon 29 Jan, 2010

Perhaps chaos is slightly too strong a word for what we have experienced in global markets in the last few days. However it has caused some consternation, otherwise we would not have seen this kind of action:

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You and Your Methodology

Tom Scollon 22 Jan, 2010

In some recent editorial I have referred to methodology and making sure whatever system you use is well founded and has been successfully tested. I would like to elaborate a little more on this.

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Trades to Take and Others to Avoid

Tim Walker 22 Jan, 2010

When last we looked at Santos I left you with a little challenge to spot why I wouldn’t take an ABC short trade that was signalled on Tuesday 1 December. How did you go? It’s not too late to go and have a look now before you read on. The simple reason was that Point B, which occurred on 27 November, sat on the 50% level of a major range. To find this we look at the Weekly Chart, as follows.

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A Famous Trade

Mathew Barnes 15 Jan, 2010

Firstly I’d like to wish all of our Trading Tutors Newsletter Readers a very Happy New Year, with an abundance of good times, good memories and good trades for 2010!

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Getting off that train

Tom Scollon 15 Jan, 2010

Late last year I talked about ‘sticking to your guns’ when you believe in your strategy – despite there maybe being some headwinds. This of course assumes that your strategy was well founded in the first place and has been successfully and repeatedly tested. This is all part of having a proven methodology which you use over and over again.

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It's All Relative

Jordan Craw 11 Jan, 2010
Over the previous period of bear market action I had been continually dismayed by statistics used in the mainstream media.
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