By Phil Burgert
Election-year cycles and defensive stocks are keeping equities in the black despite European uncertainties and the fiscal cliff countdown. But, can it continue?
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By Abe Cofnas
With the first half of 2012 over, it’s a good time to spot opportunities that we may have missed in specific currency pairs.
By James Cordier & Michael Gross
Adding protection to a short option position and still profit while extending opportunity
By Daniel P. Collins
Clark Collins, managing member of Stuart, Fla.-based CEC Capital LLC, met Pierre Tullier, former president of commodity trading advisor (CTA) Dunn Capital Management, through his future wife.
By Murray A. Ruggiero Jr.
Although 24-hour electronic markets have all but eliminated the opening range breakout, a new outlook on an old indicator may give this favorite new life.
By Paul D. Cretien
Based on the same underlying indexes as larger contracts, traders can use E-minis to analyze opportunities in counterpart contracts with reduced risk.
By Phil Gocke
How to use collar strategies on multiple-asset ETFs for downside protection and upside participation.
By Michael Gutmann
All technical trading systems must be tested robustly, and not just for rosy cyberspace scenarios. Instead, test for market reality, including execution.
By Robert McCurtain
In the first of a two-part series, we compare advancing and declining issues to an indicator based on the 20 most active stocks.
By Steve Zwick
Although it was built on good intentions and a willingness to overlook troubling details, those factors may be coming back to bite the European Union.
By Michael McFarlin
It takes years to become a market master, but everyone has to start somewhere. Here are six of the most common questions brokers get from new traders, and the answers.
By Steven K. Beckner
Steve Beckner reviews “First Principles: Five Keys to Restoring America’s Prosperity” by John Taylor.
By Patrick Kelly
Patrick Kelly reviews “Robber Barons of the Big Board” by Keith Schooley.
By Bruce C. Greig
Bruce Greig reviews Gecko Software, Inc.’s TradeMiner.
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Fed may be closer to policy shift
High-frequency trading fees need transparency
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