There are some things in life that just seem to defy logic.
Have you ever had this happen to you?
You're sitting alone at home, or at your office thinking about an old friend or business associate that you haven't heard from in a long time. Then, out of the blue the phone rings, and lo and behold, it's that long lost friend on the phone.
Strange? You bet.
Logical? No way.
How do you explain something like that?
It almost feels like you're in Rod Serling's "Twilight Zone".
You might not remember Rod Sterling's iconic TV series back in the early sixties that focused on ordinary folks who suddenly find themselves in extraordinary, usually supernatural, situations. It was a huge success at the time and has been in syndication for years.
The reason I bring this to your attention is that more and more members of MarketClub are feeling that they are in the "Twilight Zone of Good Trades".
What is the "Twilight Zone of Good Trades"? It all starts with MarketClub's powerful new ""Trade the Triangle" scanning tools.
In my new video I show you how to use these tools, and how to spot the "Twilight Zone of Good Trades"? .
The video covers Hilton, no, not Paris, but Blackstones, $26 billion buyout offer for Hilton hotels that was announced after the stock market closed on July 3rd.
See how MarketClub's "Trade the Triangle" scanning tools spotted the Hilton move before it was announced.
The video is not some academic classroom exercise, this is real. This is the kind of stuff you can use right away in your own trading.
When you've finished watching this no registration required, 3.5 minute trading video, you're going to think that you've landed in the "Twilight Zone of Good Trades" ... you might just be right.
Adam Hewison is a former floor trader and past member of several major exchanges, including the International Monetary Market (IMM) a division of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange in Chicago, Index and Options Market(IOM) Chicago, New York Futures Exchange (NYFE) and The London Financial Futures Exchange (LIFFE). Adam is the author of "Right on the Money, The Definitive Guide to Forecasting Foreign Exchange Rates" and numerous other financial ebooks and web videos. His latest project, MarketClub is a new web site dedicated to catching big moves in the markets using Adam's "Trade Triangles" approach.
2 thoughts on “How an old TV show inspired me to become a better trader.”
His name is Rod Serling, not Sterling. I lost big on Jeporady because I, too, thought it was "Sterling".
As a trader, are you superstitious????? NO, I TRIED THAT. I have also called upon my deceased dad who loved to gamble to intervene at casino.~~~smile
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