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Is there an earnings calendar on this site or one that you guys
like to use? I seem to remember there was one here, but now I
can't find it..
ks Matt! Love the educational videos you post and really
appreciate the overall experiene as well. That probably
didn't come across from my post in the middle of the night
yesterday when I was stressed about the upcoming week ;) One thing
you could have mentioned that would be completely valid (In my
opinion) is the value that comes from the systems trades that are
sent only to subscribers. I know the system trades aren't 100%
because I've checked the stats, but it sure has seemed like it. I
mostly use the signals as opportunities to lift some put protection
(vice versa if it's a short signal)...but a win is a win. Hedging
can be problematic because the moment I should be taking it off or
lightening up is most often the time I start getting
want to add protection vs taking profits on what I have in place.
The system alerts provide a valuable check.
a perfect world, maybe sometime in the future, I'd love to see the
newsletter in video format. Watching your mouse pointer
movements is very helpful. Otherwise, I find myself often pausing
the newsletter to try and figure out exactly what you are talking
about. However, I would defintiely want bookmarks on the video.
Some people do this on YouTube videos but I'm not sure how
difficult, or expensive it is to accomplish.
YouTube vs Standard newsletter: hopefully paid subscribers
retain some benefit other than this forum? Please try
watching a subscriber version of a newsletter sometime soon when
you're planning to post to YouTube as well. I think that you may be
in You Tube viewer prespective mode and not realizing that your
paid suscribers (trying to digest things quickly for the
upcoming week) are getting a bit shorthanged by a lot of
commentary centered around mouse movements that I/we can't see with
the newsletter version behind the paywall. I completely get the
marketing push, but I personally would prefer it doesn't downgrade
my paid experience. FWIW, I love the idea of video.....I watch an
online tradnng site about 80% of every trading day and love it -
but there are a LOT of them and I don't pay a dime for any of them.
Anyway, for me it's important to be able to click through the parts
of the newsletter I want to watch. That makes the "new" version of
the newsletter behind the paywall the best option for me...except
when I can't track what you're trying to communicate because it's a
ASPS Janurary expiration options are active today. Kind of
intereting that they have moved that far out, vs staying in
Fed Officials selling ahead of the taper??
Zoom access ever coming back? I really liked that feature!
Thanks for the detail! I didn't have a chance to watch the
newsletter last night. Will catch up today. My brochure on the
Broker Check website says I'm a "portfolio manager." When I was
forming my RIA the regulator pushed me for details about my fee
structure for "financial planning." I was so burnt out with the
process thatI ended up saying that I would only engage in portfolio
management (fee only basis). Kind of a strange way for a CFP to
register, but portfolio management is what I enjoy the most...and
standing up a 1 man RIA is a bit of a compliance nightmare.
Wasn't making any accusations. I watch probably 50% of the
videos each week and often try to match up my charts to yours, but
can't (limitations witth moving average types offered on charting
platform, etc). I don't remember seeing this trendline as a
potential target but I've been sharing it with worried clients for
about a week now. We'll see if it holds. Do you see a potential ABC
pattern in that pullback?
Love this system. I took profits on a lot of put protection at
the close yesterday. I was configured bearishly for a few weeks and
was actually making money...but would have gotten crushed today
without that trigger.
QQQ bounced right on the trendline I've been following. Doesn't
seem to be a popular way of drawing it though..not sure why.
Crazy. I try and explain risk to clients by using longer term
charts like this with the 50 and 200 drawn in...but it's hard for
many to get their head around the idea that it's actually
QQQ Put volume pretty huge but ratio is only at 1.3 to the put
side. Big action between NOV 300 & 310 puts. Could be traders
betting on declines to that level (another 10 - 15% down), or just
taking advantage of the higer IV's? Always a guess when it comes to
chart URL's. Please keep them.
Guy Adami made a good point about that on Fast Money yesterday.
Hard to call the Fed non partisan anymore now that the rotation
from Fed to Treasury has established what seems like a very cozy
relationship between the two. Not designed to be llike
BABA just turned green. On the move
TastyWorks? Any good? I've dropped CNBC in the background
recently for TastyTrade live (at least part of the day...once CNBC
starts repeating themselves). Seeing how they can move their
strikes around quickly to analyze complex strategies quickly has me
pretty jealous...but I don't want to dump a big account into a
broker that seems to be targeting smaller/ newbie trader
After hours prices count? (technically not after hours for
SPY until 15 minutes after the broad market closes)
IBB coiling action on the shorter time frames...but to my eye it
looks a bit sick and more likely to break down instead of up.
Love this - thanks! I'm going to look at the brokers I currently
have in play before going back to TradeStation but looks like TS
might be the way to go for at least the very active portion of my
portfolios. Any idea if IB or TOS have similiar functionality
(minus the part where you calculate position size)? I know they
basically do...but is there added functionality through TS?
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