by Sam Seiden, Online Trading Academy
The world of market speculating is made up of everyone from the active day trader to the longer term investor, speculating in all kinds of markets and asset classes, people all around the globe pushing buy and sell buttons each day in hopes of achieving income and wealth. Never in history has there been so many books written and so much information on the internet on how to speculate in markets for traders and investors. Each weekend in many cities around the world, there are educational seminars given on how to “get rich” from trading. With so much education on how to properly speculate in markets out there, why is it that most short term traders lose money and most long term investors never achieve long term financial goals? How can this be? The answer is twofold and is the focus of this piece.
Investing.com Technical Analysis (as of Thu, 27 March 2014 05:00pm EDT)
by Investing.com Staff, Investing.com
Below, technical overviews and analysis for key stock indices, commodities and currency pairs, based on market activity at the close of the 27 March 2014 U.S. session. This information is a comprehensive summary derived from simple and exponential moving averages along with key technical indicators shown for specific time intervals.
by John Persinos, InvestingDaily.com
Today’s overbought stock market still contains values, if you know how to sift through the dross to unearth the gems. An underappreciated but highly promising play on global growth is BHP Billiton (NYSE: BHP), the largest commodity producer in the world.
BHP Billiton engages in the exploration, development and production of oil and gas as well as the mining and refining of copper, silver, lead, zinc, molybdenum, diamonds, uranium, and gold.
March 26th, 2014
by Jeff Pierce, Zentrader
This low volume stock could be one to watch as it ran up before earnings and after releasing them today it's held it's ground. I like this breakout with the strong move and if you are one to trade lower volume equities then this could be for you.
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