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Time To Buy Tesla

Yesterday, Tesla Motors Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) flashed a buy signal at $229.78. This put all three Trade Triangles in a positive trend.

The RSI indicator moved over the 50 level, which is also another strong confirmation. I view that action as the continuation of a strong upward trend for Tesla.

CHART LEGEND
1. Long-term positive trend line
2. All Trade Triangles are positive
3. Weekly buy Trade Triangle yesterday
4. The RSI indicator is now over 50
5. Upside target zone of $300

Technically, I can see Tesla Motors Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) moving to the $300 range. Look for near-term resistance around the $240 and $260 levels.

Every Success,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-Creator, MarketClub

3 Profitable Forex Strategies For 2014

Today, I would like to share with you 3 easy-to-use, profitable Forex strategies based on the Trade Triangle technology. There is a strategy available for short-term, intermediate-term, and long-term trading styles. All strategies have been time tested and have proven to be winners over time.

If you are a short-term trader, watch this Forex video:

If you are an intermediate-term trader, this is the Forex strategy for you: [Read more...]

I Know Where You Can Find Winning Stocks To Trade

With thousands of symbols out there, the question that is perplexing many investors is, "How do I find winning stocks?" This has been a dilemma for investors since the dawn of modern trading.

With more and more stocks coming online every day, it has become a monumental challenge for most investors and traders to find winning stocks.

In this quick video, I show you how I find winning stocks using a simple set of tools that you can use just as effectively to find your own winning stocks.

Let's get started right away, it's a short video, and you'll get to see just how easy it can be.

Every Success,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-Creator, MarketClub

With The World Spinning Out Of Control, Have The Markets Got It Right?

It seems everywhere you turn there is bad news around the world. Whether it's the Ukraine and Russia shooting down a passenger plane, all the problems in Afghanistan and Iraq with ISIS, and let’s not forget, Hamas and Israel.

Despite having every known obstacle and block thrown in its path, the markets continue to march on and trend higher. How much longer this can go on is anyone's guess.

Somewhere along the line, the markets will make a turn to the downside and when that happens I certainly don't want to be left holding the bag based on what the pundits are saying. I trust in the Trade Triangle technology given its solid track record.

Today, I will be looking at the major indices and indicating where the "line in the sand" is drawn to exit positions should a downturn occur.

I'll also be looking at Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) with its big break down today. I'll share with you one indicator that could have helped predict today's move. [Read more...]

Five Internet Stocks To Buy And One To Avoid

Hello traders everywhere, today will be looking at Internet stocks and what's hot and what's not. The six stocks we will be looking at today are Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX), Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB), Yelp Inc. (NYSE:YELP) and finally Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO).

There is no question about it we live in the Internet age or as Intel likes to say "The Internet of everything."

When trading Internet stocks momentum seems to be the rule of the day, and when an internet stock is in favor and going up you want to be long and when they're going down you want to be out. Sounds pretty straightforward doesn't it? But sometimes investors drink the Kool-Aid and stay with bad trades too long or in this case Internet stocks that go south and never return. In today's video will show you how to avoid that syndrome.

As you can see from the symbol choices, these are all well-established, liquid companies in terms of trading, you are not buying speculating in some start-up that makes no money.

So let's get started and go to the videotape and see what's cooking with these six stocks.

Every Success,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-Creator, MarketClub

Good Way To End The Trading Week

We're coming to the end of a rather dismal trading week as far as many traders are concerned, so let’s take a look at a positive way to end the week.

As this is Friday, I want to look for markets that are making new 52-week highs, particularly when they're going against the general grain of the market.

Within MarketClub, under the SmartScan tab, I'm going to use the link for 52-week highs. I'm also going to be filtering the results by "Equities," "last price less than $50" and "volume greater than 2 million shares traded a day." I'm also only going to search on US exchanges.

With the filtering completed, I came up with a list of about 16 stocks that meet my criteria. From your own scan of the stocks that meet your criteria, you could choose what you would like to trade, or you could trade all of them. Your next step is to scan 15 minutes before the close looking for stocks that are trading close to their highs for the day. You only want to trade those stocks that are closing strong for the day and the week.

If a stock is making new highs on Friday, it potentially means that something is going on behind the scenes that the general public is not aware of. It could be merger talks, a new product announcement or simply news that comes up that's viewed as positive for that particular stock or sector. Once you pick out the stock and buy it, you want to take profits on the opening on Tuesday. You're looking for the market to continue its strong upward momentum on Monday and early on Tuesday when the stock opens. [Read more...]

Did Tesla Just Make A Classic Candlestick Bottom?

I first learned about candlestick charts when I was speaking in Tokyo on the US markets in the late 80's. I was immediately fascinated by this form of charting I had never seen before. It was similar, but so different from the way I was looking at regular Western charts.

What I like about the Japanese candlestick charts is the interesting names they have for them and the patterns that immediately tell you where the market opened and closed for the day.

At MarketClub, when you have a blue candlestick bar, it indicates the market opened lower for the day, then closed higher. When it's a red candlestick bar, it is just the reverse, indicating that the price opened higher, then closed lower for the day. This is very valuable information, information that you can use time and time again.

During my stay in Japan, I learned later that candlestick charting has been around for centuries and it was originally used to chart and track rice prices. Now, this same form of charting is used for practically every traded market in the world today.

Japanese candlestick charts differ from Western charts as they are much more visual and descriptive than Western charts. Besides the more advanced formations on candlestick charts, they also have such interesting names like "hanging man," "hammer," "dark-cloud cover" and "morning doji star." I could go on, but I think you get the picture. The names of these formations are very colorful. [Read more...]

Are You Buying This Pullback In Stocks?

After hitting the magical 17,000 level just around the time America was celebrating our country's 238th birthday, stocks and indexes have seen a pullback on quiet volume. The question is, are you seeing this as a buying opportunity?

In today's video, I will be looking at the major markets, a couple of stocks, and gold (FOREX:XAUUSDO), which I still believe is going to move higher. I will also be examining what's going on in crude oil and the Dollar.

If you missed my post yesterday on our two winning portfolios, you may want to check it out.

As always, we welcome your feedback on this video or any markets that you are following.

Have a great trading day everyone,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-Creator, MarketClub

Isn’t It Time You Took A Look At These Two Portfolios?

How would you like to know exactly what to do the next day with any given market and the price you want to do business at? What if the odds are amazingly in your favor when you trade and approach the market this way?

Sounds like a no-brainer.

The trading approach I'm about to share with you is one that has proven to be successful in both bull and bear markets.

If this sounds like some "pie-in-the-sky," too good to be true idea - it isn't. I have been involved with the markets for many years and this is the one approach that I have seen consistently make money. In fact, it is the genesis of my success in the markets.

This trading approach produced gains of 65.3% and 77.1% last year. Was that a fluke or just sheer good luck? How much does luck count in the market? Very little in my opinion, what really counts is having an approach that is well thought out and has proven to be successful. Once again, luck has nothing to do with that. The only lucky thing is perhaps you're reading this post and beginning to understand that there is a way to make money in any kind of market.

This well planned out approach has produced gains in one of our strategies as high as 501%, with the lowest gain being 35.3% in 2010, it has never had a losing year.

Here are the results from that approach: [Read more...]

3 Ways To Improve Your Trading This Summer

As traders, we are always looking for a trading edge, but sometimes we can overlook the big picture and miss how we can change some fundamental ways in which we approach and make trades.

For myself, one of the key elements is to be disciplined in one's trading. I must say that it’s easy to say, but, it did take me quite some time to master this skill.

Often you want to justify your position, and you listen to someone else who thinks the same way you're thinking, even though you both could be wrong on the trade. When you follow that line of thinking you are doomed, as you tend to keep pointing to the other person and use them as a crutch for a trade that has gone bad. This can create bigger and bigger losses for your account so, much so that it freezes your brain to the point you can’t see other market opportunities. It also gets to the point where you say to yourself, "I’ve lost so much money I can't get out now." This is not the attitude to have if you want to be successful. The good news is there is an easy cure for that, and you must follow it if you are going to be successful.

The one easy cure for this is using stops in the market.

I used to listen to Ron Popeil pitching the Ronco 4000 Showtime Standard Rotisserie on TV and the keywords he always used to say after you put the chicken is was “Set It And Forget It."

I'm not sure if Ron Popeil ever traded in the markets, but his concept of “Set It And Forget It” can be applied to stops. Simply enter your stops and leave them there until either you are stopped out, or you have taken a profit on the position.

You can still take a profit on a position even if you get stopped out… You simply keep moving your stops up as the market moves higher. Doing so helps you lock in a profit when the market reverses. So use Ron Popeil’s “Set It And Forget It” philosophy for your stops. It could be the difference between eating chicken and having nothing to eat.

The other key thing to trading is to trade [Read more...]

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