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Souper Sized Trading

Souper Sized Trading

In the world of the the denizens of the deep, we are surrounded by some strange creatures indeed. Guppies and minnows like you and me get gobbled up pretty quickly. Why? In a few words: our small size. Superstar trader Don Miller is a great example. He knows what he is doing, and manages great […]

The Hidden Law of a probable outcome…

The Hidden Law of a probable outcome…

Those of you who know me, realize I love paradox and symmetry, among other things. Thoughts will be random, as I am getting ready to attend Super Trader Don Miller’s cookout and am making preparations for a day or so out of town. Before I forget, the “Join” page is now operational, but please do […]

Take a Hike

Take a Hike

A few people have asked me for information regarding the proposed tax changes related to trading. This will significantly impact our trading results if enacted, because the tax will wipe out most small traders. Trader talk is that this has no chance of passing, but if it does, sell picks and shovels rather than go […]

Symmetry in the Emini

Symmetry in the Emini

In trading, Intuition is your best friend, after stop losses. Sensing the kind of day that is coming is important as a bias, then trade in reliance of that bias until that premise is broken. The larger time frame charts, in conjunction with the thought that the market would stay narrow today waiting for tomorrow’s […]

It’s Miller time

It’s Miller time

Life is about the choices we make, and continue to make. In the next few days, some will choose to go hang out with the guys and drink a few beers, consoling themselves with thoughts of 401k’s gone bad, housing woes, job losses, and any other tale of woe from 2008. Or, it could be┬áthat […]

Slippery Slope

Slippery Slope

Where is Santa? Today’s action looked like the Grinch sliding backwards down the hill to Whoville. The early shorts were intimidated by the first hour bounce into expected resistance. That clears the way for the Boyz to then catch the late longs buying the pullbacks. Been there, done that. Speaking of slippery slopes, check out […]