Screening the DARWIN Providers

By | February 7, 2016

Following the discussion in the comments section of this blog post, I decided to  put my investor cap on and write an article on screening DARWINs. For those who don’t know already, Darwinex is an FCA (UK) regulated broker and asset manager where traders can have their strategies packaged into an investable product called DARWIN… Read More »

The Wandering Scammer – Marcello Arrambide

By | January 23, 2016

Marcello Arrambide, the guy behind wanderingtrader.com and daytradingacademy.com considers himself to be the luckiest person in the world: he has location freedom, time freedom and financial freedom. He has achieved all this through day trading the stock market. For a few thousand bucks, he can teach you how to be like him. Just let me… Read More »

Debunking Fantasy World Performance Simulations

By | January 17, 2016

Update February 2017 Tradeciety has officially entered into the Guru land, selling a Forex course for $497. Just remember who Rolf, the main man behind Tradeciety, is: by his own admission in the comments to this article, in 2013 he was a struggling student who couldn’t afford a live account and therefore dabbled with demos.… Read More »

The Profit Distribution in Trading

By | January 1, 2016

I recently finished reading the book Trading Risk: Enhanced Profitability through Risk Control by Kenneth Grant. It’s not an easy read, and several times I was reminded of this paragraph from Michael Marcus’ interview in Market Wizards: For almost two years, I traded almost nothing but cocoa, because of the information and help I got… Read More »

Diagonal VS Horizontal Trading Patterns

By | December 22, 2015

Over the years I’ve become a bigger and bigger fan of horizontal chart patterns in the detriment of the diagonal ones. It took some time until I was able to articulate to myself why the former are superior to the latter, but now it’s all crystal clear in my mind. In books or on various… Read More »

Remove The Noise From Your Trading

By | December 13, 2015

I kept my business to myself. It was a one-man business, anyhow. It was my head, wasn’t it? Prices either were going the way I doped them out, without any help from friends or partners, or they were going the other way, and nobody could stop them out of kindness to me. I couldn’t see… Read More »