Exploring What Triggered the Market Crash of 2008

The market crash of 2008 was just over a decade ago, so it is still in the recent memory of many investors.  It is generally undisputed that the underlying cause of the 2008-2009 bear market is the housing crisis stemming

Lessons from the Bitcoin Bubble

If you walked into a grocery store or a coffee shop in December of 2017, you likely overheard several people talking about numerous cryptocurrencies, sounding almost as if they were crypto-experts. Everyone seemed to have a crypto recommendation. It was

Should I Avoid Systems That Have No Live Track Record?

There are hundreds of automated trading systems that tout strong positive returns. Some of these systems present “live” track records while others present only “hypothetical” performance results. The question any potential subscriber might ask is whether a live track record

Newsletter – Sep 2019

Upcoming Government Reports & Holidays   Aug 01 LABOR DAY HOLIDAY Sep 02 CONSTRUCTION SPENDING REPORT Sep 03 FOREIGN TRADE REPORT Sep 04 QUARTERLY FINANCIAL REPORT Sep 04 US INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN GOODS & SERVICES REPORT Sep 05 MANUFACTURERS’ SHIPMENTS,

Using the Micro Dow’s Size to Leverage Larger Profit Potential

Experienced traders understand that money management can be used to attempt to enhance profit potential while also strategizing to manage potential losses. Many traders assume that measuring your position size risks is just a “defensive” component of their money management