How I Pay My Small Bills Each Month With Options

If there's one thing I love about options trading, it's the ability to make money just about anytime. One powerful strategy involves making what I call "gas money" trades, where I can make a small amount of money, but safely and often thanks to the options market. In this video, I'll share with you how that's done and walk you through two examples ...
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How Stocks Move After Elections

Elections are important to the markets. After all, the Presidential election seems to lie at the heart of the Presidential cycle, a four year pattern technical analysts identified years ago that continues to provide useful insights to this day. But, as Warren Buffett notes, “If you mix politics and investing, you’re making a big mistake.” It’s important for investors to forget how they feel about politics and look at the market data to make decisions. The facts related to the election are now bullish. This is only one factor that investors should consider when making trading decisions but the election is important ...
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Two Strategies to Benefit from a Correcting Market

Want to do better than the market? Buy once it’s hit correction territory. In this video, I’ll show you not just one, but TWO investment plays to benefit from a market that’s now down 10 percent from recent highs ...
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Double 7s Could Help Short Term Traders Profit

It might be a bear market. But, that does not mean prices will go straight down for the next few months. Even in bear markets, there are times when prices move higher. This is true in even the worst bear market. The chart below shows what might be the worst bear market in U. S. history. It’s the Dow Jones Industrials Average from 1929 to 1932. The index fell about 90% over that time. At the bottom of the chart is a zig zag indicator. This indicator reverses direction whenever prices move at least 10% from a high or low. From the ...
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How to Find the Best Stocks to Trade

It’s the first ever in our new weekly series of weekly training tips that we’ll do here at Trading Tips to show you winning strategies and to help you become a better trader. It’s absolutely free to watch, so simply click on the video link above to get started learning how to identify the best stocks is ANY market. When it comes to “predicting” the stock market, many people think of just two options: It’ll go up, or it’ll go down. This is a common mistake when buying stocks because the overall direction of the market doesn’t necessarily indicate whether you’ll win or ...
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Ichimoku Clouds Hang Over the FAANG Stocks

There are a number of ominous signs in the current stock market. Among those signs is the fact that clouds are hanging over the stocks that led this bull market. A breakdown in the leadership of the stock market could be an indicator that the bull market is near an end. The leaders in the current bull market have been the FAANG stocks – Facebook (Nasdaq: FB), Amazon.com (Nasdaq: AMZN), Apple (Nasdaq: AAPL) Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) and Alphabet (Nasdaq: GOOGL), the parent company of Google. The chart of FB below demonstrates the clouds over these stocks. Cloud Charts Ichimoku Cloud charts are designed so ...
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How to Trade Marijuana, Now That It’s Legal

At the minute it became legal, “Cannabis was “flying off the shelves” in retail outlets and online stores across the country as soon as the clock struck midnight Wednesday (October 17). The demand was so high that pot stores reported running low or completely out of cannabis on the first day,” according to the Canadian news site GlobalNews.ca. Sales were strong but costs varied widely. Source: GlobalNews.ca And, price is important because “Four out of 10 Canadians say the price will determine whether they buy their pot legally or on the black market as legalization approaches. That’s according to a Global News’ ...
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Trading Strategies for the Stock Market Crash

The stock market sold off sharply last week. Investors must now decide if they should decrease exposure to the equity markets. This is one of the most difficult decisions for an investor to make since it carries high risks, even though those risks might be hidden. A decision to decrease exposure should include a decision to increase exposure again in the future. And, there are two parts to that decision to consider. Investors should determine how to increase their exposure to stocks if they are wrong and if they are right. Facing Up to an Error in Timing This could be the most ...
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