By Daniel P. Collins
Taking the reins of the SEC, Mary Schapiro has had to lean on her lifetime's worth of experience in senior regulatory roles
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By Michael J. McFarlin
Stock indexes have been acting eerily similar to last year
By Jeff Greenblatt
As with stock indexes, squaring price and time is a powerful method for individual stocks
By Arthur Field
Forming a trading strategy for copper using displaced moving averages and price shock concept
By Jez Liberty
Excessive slippage can bring trading systems to their knees. Here are some techniques to defend your bottom line
By Billy Williams
Using options spreads to avoid getting bitten in the whipsaw markets typical in the dog days of summer
By Murray A. Ruggiero Jr.
Historical data can make or break your trading system. Here’s the impact a poor choice can make
By Abe Cofnas
Forex trading conventionally has involved fundamentals intertwined with technical analysis
By Robert Mccurtain
Bad actors in the investment world come in all shapes and sizes, so it is important to know how to spot them. Doing so can help you avoid incompetence, at best, and being victimized by fraud, at the worst
By Bart Mallon
Social media is being integrated into business. Here’s what traders need to know about this new medium
By Darin Newsom
The S&P 500 Index found itself at a crossroads in July
By Ginger Szala
August 2011 editor's note from Ginger Szala
Review of "Investing with Volume Analysis"
By Bruce C. Greig
Review of "Attacking Currency Trends: How to anticipate and trade big moves in the forex market"
By James Cordier, Michael Gross
The USDA shook up the corn market as the quarterly stocks report for the second quarter 2001 showed more corn in storage than even the bears expected
The euro has been gripped by the sovereign debt crisis in Greece
Corn currently is trading about $3.00 per bushel above where it was this time last summer
Gold recently made new record highs hitting prices over the $1,600 mark
Despite regulatory uncertainty, managers are pushing forward with new registered investment products
By James Hyerczyk
How historical contracts are combined to form a continuous chart can be confusing. Here are some of the most popular methods
By Susan Steward
Since its inception in August 1982, the S&P 100 index has been one of the most popular and liquid indexes
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Even as government credit ratings become shaky, U.S. consumers are doing their part
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested Chunlai Yang, a senior software engineer for CME Group
As Dodd-Frank deadlines have come and gone
As fears that the effects of the debt crisis in Greece may migrate to other periphery nations
While the year began with a flurry of exchange merger proposals, some are going by the wayside
From a young age Kevin Jamali, founder and co-principal of Auctos Capital Management, saw the best trading can offer as well as the worst
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