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Cash Flow Trader Blog: Three Technical Tools to Master

​There are three primary skills you should strive to master when it comes to picking winning stocks:1. Chart Patterns2. Candlestick Patterns3. IndicatorsAs you advance in your training and knowledge, you will find other tools like Fibonacci Analysis that further support your forecasting; however, chart patterns, candlestick patterns, and indicators are your foundation.Chart patterns give you […]

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Beyond FOSO: Risky Business

Today in our Beyond FOSO column, we are continuing our look at Tradesmart University classes that you can take after completing the Foundations of Stocks and Options course. These classes are designed to provide you more advanced training in various trading arenas. We originally covered Chris Burgess’s class Beat the Market, which you can read […]

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Cash Flow Trader Blog: Whipsaws in Trading

I do not know who originally named that dreaded phenomenon of getting into a trade only to watch it leave you behind in the rearview mirror but, they are genius. The imagery of a bullwhip violently ripping the anticipated profit from your hands while your equity curve gets sawed to shreds. Yes, whipsaw is the […]

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Cash Flow Trader Blog: Scott Landers Interview

This special edition of the TSU blog features an interview with pro trader Scott Landers. Scott is an expert on many trading systems and strategies, working with hedge funds and floor traders for over two decades. He has come to TSU to bring his favorite trading tips that combine price, time, and volume. I believe […]

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Beyond FOSO: Portfolio Diversification

Welcome to our third and final blog covering Chris Burgess’s Beat the Market class. In this class, Chris uses fundamental analysis to pick which companies you should consider trading. In our first blog that you can read here, he covered how to use a macro-economic analysis approach to the stock market to pick out companies. […]

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Cash Flow Trader Blog: Trading Plans

Ever since the marketplace was first created, investors have been trying to crack the code and discover the secret to making money via trading, which is not the easiest thing to do. After all, the market is a place of endless opportunities, choices, and potential outcomes. Even for the most experienced and diligent traders, there […]

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Beyond FOSO: Approaching the Data

In Chris Burgess’ class Beat the Market, he presents three different methodologies or ways to look at or interpret the data you collect. You can take the data-driven approach, which looks at market data and draws logical conclusions and predictions. You can use an event-driven approach that looks at world events and then judges how […]

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Beyond FOSO: A Macro View of the Stock Market

During the 2020 calendar year, most of my TSU blogs covered each session of our Foundations of Stocks and Options core classes. By the time I had completed all three FOSO levels, I had gained a well-rounded understanding of the stock market and trading. I knew what I was looking at when I reviewed a […]

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3 Quick Ways to Simplify Your Trading

Over the years, I have seen a trend develop with retail traders. When they begin trading, things are simplistic as they should be since everyone is just getting started. As learning and experience increase over time, complexity is a natural byproduct. Your trade setups become more complex, your strategies and systems become more complex, and […]

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Foundations: The Tools of the Trade

The Foundations of Stocks and Options class does an excellent job of bridging the gap between the uninformed novice to the informed student. As you travel across the bridge, you gain knowledge of the stock market, you gain an understanding of the tools which are available for you to use, and you gain a firm […]

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