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: Continue reading "Isn’t It Time You Took A Look At These Two Portfolios?"

One of the biggest mistakes we see ...

One of the biggest mistakes we see with traders and investors is this:

They have no game-plan.

This is one of the most, if not the most important element in trading and you should not be trading without one.

When you have a game plan, it allows you to get in and out of the market in a non-emotional way.

So often we see traders jump into markets based on emotion, investment show ideas, or rumors. This is the worst possible way to trade and the quickest way to lose money.

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Is It Déjà Vu All Over Again for the Dow?

FIRST PUBLISHED ON 2/10/2010

In today's video we examine the crash of 1929 and the similarities to Dow 2010. This video is not meant to scare anyone, but to educate investors and traders of the possibilities that may exist in today's market.

We could be, repeat, could be very close to a tipping point similar to that of 1930 when the Dow had ended a 50% correction to the upside. This years Dow pattern was a 62% correction (see current chart on Dow). I invite you to watch this video and see if it makes sense to you.

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A Quick Peek at the SP500 Chart

This week could be shaping up to be an extraordinary week in the markets. I strongly recommend that traders everywhere take precautionary measure measures to protect capital.

While the S&P 500 made new highs for the year last week, it did not do so in a very convincing manner. In today's short video I show you some of the elements that I think should be cause for concern.
As always our videos are free to watch and there are no registration requirements. I would really like to hear back from you with regards to your thoughts on this video.

Your comments are welcome on our blog.

All the best,

Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-creator, MarketClub

The Line Is Drawn In the Sand In the Equity Markets

To many technicians, it is very clear where the equity markets will reverse, and for those folks who don't follow the technicals, this is a key reversal area in the S&P 500, the NASDAQ, and the Dow.

In my new short video I show you the exact levels that I think will reverse this market, if in fact it's ever going to reverse to the downside.

Currently the major trend remains positive for all the indices and we would only become negative on the these markets should the key levels I show you  today, are broken.

As always our videos are free to watch and there are no registration requirements. I would really like to hear back from you with regards to your thoughts on this video.

Your comments are welcome on our blog.

All the best,

Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-creator, MarketClub