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9 thoughts on “How to spot winning trades in 2009”
I agree with the comment on name in addition to symbol being on the charts. Also could the type size for name and symbol be a good deal larger? Right now my poor 64 yo eyes really have to squint, thanks,
I think you are going to like it.
Has their been any discussion of being able to have a number of portfolios. In my own situation I'd like this ability to have one for an equity watch list, one for equity holdings, one for an etf watchlist and one for etf holdings. Others might like to break it up by industry, etc. It would sure be a lot better (in my case) than pouring through 70+ names in one portfolio. Is their any trick to doing this with the current system?
Thanks for your feedback.
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Dave, my partner has been hard at work on a terrific new portfolio manager. From what I have seen it is easy to use, intuitive and state of the art. I know I am going to enjoy using it.
New system with multiple portfolios sounds GREAT!
Might it be possible to also include the old 'toggle' button that used to be on the chart so you can just hit it to get to the next security instead of scrolling thru list and clicking?
Making the actual securities name show up on chart (not just the symbol) would be a huge help. Especially with mutual funds.
Thanks for the video. How do you decide whether to use monthly triangles for direction and weekly for timing?
For stocks I use the monthly TT for trend and the weekly TT for timing.
For forex I use the weekly TT for trend and the daily TT for timing. Same goes for futures.
As always you never disappoint with your videos even if its 2 years old. I was wondering do you have this “Trade Triangle” system on Forex as well.
Yes, look for a video soon.
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