The Meaning of Being Right or Wrong in Trading

By | July 14, 2015

“It’s not whether you’re right or wrong that’s important, but how much money you make when you’re right and how much you lose when you’re wrong.” – George Soros   When did you turn from a loser to a winner? When I was able to separate my ego needs from making money. When I was… Read More »

Three Trading Questions Answered

By | July 5, 2015

This is an email I received yesterday. I thought it might be helpful to others too if I made an article out of the answers. Question 1: How do we actually determine if it will be trending or just whipsaw? Let me start by saying that there’s no way to know for sure at any… Read More »

Weekend Forex Gaps – Summer 2015 Edition

By | June 29, 2015

After another weekend episode of what seems to be the never ending Grexit saga, the markets have opened with big gaps. Actually, from a trader’s point of view, it’s less important why it happened. What matters is that as long as positions are left open during the weekend, the trader has surrendered control. He is… Read More »

Thinking of Adding a Forum

By | June 12, 2015

Three of the most commented articles on this site are related to what I consider to be scams or scams in the making : the EA Rev Trader Pro and FxKeys website here and here. There is some valuable information in those comments that I missed in my research before writing the articles. This shows… Read More »

The +500M Pounds Fall of Plus500

By | June 6, 2015

Plus500 is a company which offers online trading services to retail customers. More specifically, you can trade almost anything you can think of: forex, indices, commodities, shares, ETFs. The company was founded in 2008 by six Israeli men, alumni of Technion Institute of Technology, with an initial investment of $400k. It was listed on the… Read More »

Trading Educators And The Live Trade Setup Gimmick

By | April 14, 2015

I commented recently on a website on a subject that’s dear to me: how can one differentiate between the impostors and those who are the real deal in the trading education sector. While in theory Rayner’s premise – ask for at least a year’s worth of documented track-record – is apparently sound, I believe that… Read More »