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1.28.2017- Member Questions about trading Bookmark

This weeks free investing newsletter is up and today we take a break from dissecting the global political and economic situation, and move to answering some questions that members have sent in regarding "trading" the market. In it we discuss why we never trade the first 15 minutes of the market, how we select entry levels for the more casual traders, and why "scale and trail" is such a good concept. 

If you've been thinking about trading your own investment account, by all means take a read of today's letter, simply because the more tools you have to use, the more successful you'll be. 

1.28.2017 - Financial Intelligence Report Bookmark

Trading Questions
 
I’m going to take a slightly different route today, because lately I’ve been getting some really good questions about “trading” the market, and I figure it makes a lot of sense to try and answer them to a larger audience. So, for today let’s talk trading.
 
One question I just got was in response to a post I had made where I said that “for the average investor, it is usually not wise to trade during the first hour of the day, commonly known as amateur hour.”  The question was basically “why don’t you trade during the first hour of the open market?”  So let’s dissect that and see why.

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