Mercenary Trader: Timely market commentary, valuable resources for current and aspiring traders, awesome interviews and free special reports, high quality materials on the psychology, theory and practice of trading, and more.
I head up the team at INK Research and edit the daily Morning INK and weekly Market INK reports. INK stands for Insider News and Knowledge. All ideas subject to our disclaimer available on our INK Research website.
Dan has been active in finance, strategy & business building for more than two decades. He has focused on technology & media for most of that time. His notes are here & in his book, The Age of Convergence (2013).
I'm a trader who avoids the noise, manages risk, using weekly bars. I offer no predictions, only serious long term trades. What else is there?
A careful examination of my list of losing and winning trades tells the complete story.
I manage risk. A funny thing has happened along my journey: I don't care when I'm wrong anymore.. I simply bail as fast as possible. Controlled, selective and dynamic AGGRESSION is my key to $$$! Please know I DROP LOSING positions IMMEDIATELY.
Leveraged Commentary & Data provides leveraged loan/high-yield bond, distressed debt news, analysis, trends in the US and Europe. High-grade bond news and analysis, too. Disclaimer: http://ow.ly/8yBV301LSxo
Estimize is a crowdsourced financial estimates platform offering a true view of market expectations on 1,500+ stocks. Its earnings estimates are more accurate than Wall Street 70% of the time and are crowdsourced from 10,000 regular contributors.
Dave Fry is founder and publisher of ETF Digest, contributor to MarketWatch and best selling author of Create Your Own ETF Hedge Fund, A DIY Strategy for Private Wealth Management published by Wiley Finance in 2008.
Successful ETF Swing Trader. Trading this "mean reversion" approach for the past 7 years. Posting my trades 60 minutes before the Close every day, with over 90% win rate. www.ETFSwingTrader.net
Don't expect the market to behave exactly the same way twice. The market is an artist, not a computer. It has a repertoire of basic behavior patterns that it subtly modifies, combines and springs unexpectedly on its audience --- Wyckoff