Trading Strategies

Natural gas regained the $4.00 for the first time since July 17 in the September contract. Some of the run up was on weather.
Infrastructure investment in India is a long-term theme, and is going to require a lot of raw materials and fuel sources. It's one thing to generate power; it's another thing to actually distribute that power.
A look at the S&P 500, crude oil and gold markets.
Looking at examples of both bullish and bearish setups in gold we can see that options offer a trader superior risk management.
Trading system technology advanced quickly in the late 1980s and early 1990s, establishing paradigms that persist today. Here’s a look at where we stand — and where we might go.
There are many ways to trade. Regardless of your approach, following these guidelines will put you ahead of the game.
With tensions in Middle East heating up and U.S. production of both crude and natural gas growing, here are some interesting strategies to take advantage of potential energy market moves.
Using Elliott wave in conjunction of the Gann Square-of-9 provides insight into the future moves for the Nasdaq 100. Does it mean change is a-coming?
Come the week of Aug. 16 - 23, the world’s largest Index, the S&P 500, will once again plummet. In an all too familiar fashion, it will drag down all other stock markets, superfunds and savings. At least according to Gann's Square-of-9 it will.
I find the opening gap plays to be the best way to start the trading day. While they are among the simplest technical conditions, price gaps generate a lot of questions among traders. Why do gaps happen? How can we foresee gaps? Do gaps always get filled?