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London, U.S., March 15, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —

In the new report, readers can find a detailed explanation of what crypto swing trading is, the different swing strategies traders use, and tips to help them achieve successful returns on their tokens.

More information is available at https://cryptoelate.com/realistic-returns-with-advanced-crypto-swing-trading-strategies-for-beginners-position-vs-scalping-indicators-explained

Along with their recently released report, CryptoElate also offers several other articles and beginner’s guides covering a wide range of cryptocurrency topics such as industry news and updates, blockchain security, and regulations.

Crypto trading has recently seen a surge of interest from individuals looking to improve their portfolio returns and grow their investment assets. However, as a relatively new market, learning which trading strategies and indicators to implement can be difficult. This is why CryptoElate has published its guide to crypto swing trading and key details for interested traders.

As the report points out, swing trading incorporates techniques found in day and position trading, allowing it to be used by both part-time and full-time traders. This flexibility is due to the style’s limited analysis and research time requirements, which means that traders only need to invest a few hours a day.

By providing a breakdown of the four most popular strategies for crypto swing style trading, the guide can help readers find one that suits their personal preferences. These include strategies based on ranges and pattern indicators, as well as more complex techniques such as Moving Average and Bollinger Bands to allow for more aggressive or conservative traders.

Readers of CryptoElate’s report can also find a list of rules to remember when using any of the swing strategies it describes. The rules include effective time management, monitoring converging indicators and learning to manage sales pressure.
Newcomers to cryptocurrency trading who are looking for more market information and investing in token assets can also find a free guide on the website. This “Beginner’s Guide to Crypto and DeFi” is available via a registration form on the site’s homepage.

As mentioned in the report, “swing trading is a patient trading style used by many cryptocurrency traders who want appropriate strategies that are in sync with their day-to-day activities.”

Those interested can find more information by visiting https://cryptoelate.com/realistic-returns-with-advanced-crypto-swing-trading-strategies-for-beginners-position-vs-scalping-indicators-explained

Disclaimer: The information provided on this page does not constitute investment advice, financial advice, trading advice or any other type of advice and should not be treated as such. This content is the opinion of a third party and this site does not recommend that any specific cryptocurrency be bought, sold or held, or that any crypto investment be made. The crypto market is high risk, with high risk and unproven projects. Readers should do their own research and consult a professional financial advisor before making any investment decision.

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LIVE MARKETS Reddit’s WSB founder seeks to emulate Pelosi’s trading strategies via new portfolio https://radar2014.org/2022/03/08/live-markets-reddits-wsb-founder-seeks-to-emulate-pelosis-trading-strategies-via-new-portfolio/ Tue, 08 Mar 2022 16:11:00 +0000 https://radar2014.org/2022/03/08/live-markets-reddits-wsb-founder-seeks-to-emulate-pelosis-trading-strategies-via-new-portfolio/ Most major indexes turn red, but bounce off session lows Consumer Staples Worst Performer in S&P Sector, Energy Jumps The Euro STOXX 600 index slides ~0.3% Dollar slips; gold, bitcoin gain; raw jumps The 10-year US Treasury yield rises to ~1.85% March 8 – Welcome home to real-time market coverage from Reuters reporters. You can […]]]>
  • Most major indexes turn red, but bounce off session lows
  • Consumer Staples Worst Performer in S&P Sector, Energy Jumps
  • The Euro STOXX 600 index slides ~0.3%
  • Dollar slips; gold, bitcoin gain; raw jumps
  • The 10-year US Treasury yield rises to ~1.85%

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REDDIT’S WSB FOUNDER SEEKS TO IMITATE PELOSI’S TRADING STRATEGIES VIA NEW WALLET (1052 EST / 1552 GMT)

The founder of Reddit’s wallstreetbets forum, Jaime Rogozinski, on Tuesday announced the approval of the listing of the “insider wallet” on the Seychelles MERJ Exchange, a fund that tracks the trading strategies of members of the US Congress, including the US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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The portfolio will be regularly rebalanced to reflect Pelosi’s trading strategies based on its public disclosures, as tracked by unusualwhales.com, a service selling financial data.

Pelosi’s stock market performance ranked sixth in 2021 in Congress, with Republican Congressman Austin Scott leading, according to an analysis by unusualwhales.com.

Discussion of Pelosi’s trades is a recurring theme on social media, including wallstreetbets, where retail investors banded together a year ago to coordinate the frenzied buying of video game retailer GameStop (GME.N) and other companies, which eventually became known as meme stocks. Read more

Pelosi and other US lawmakers have come under scrutiny on social media as many users believe the US Speaker of the House may have an edge on Wall Street.

In her latest periodic transaction report, the senior Democrat revealed that her husband, financier Paul Pelosi, exercised call options on January 21 to buy shares of Apple (AAPL.O), Walt Disney (DIS. N) and PayPal Holdings (PYPL.O) for a combined $2.9 million, based on option strike prices. Read more

However, tracking legislative portfolio changes may not be so straightforward.

While the law requires lawmakers to disclose stock trades by themselves or their family members within 45 days, reports are typically filed within days of actual purchases and sales, making it potentially difficult for traders aimed at mimicking the specific transactions of lawmakers.

(Medha Singh)

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TRADE BALANCE, NFIB, CONSUMER CREDIT: DEMAND/INFLATION TANGO (1030 EST/1530 GMT)

Data released Tuesday — and Monday evening — tells market watchers what they already knew: Demand is robust, circling around a slowly recovering supply chain.

The gap between the value of goods and services imported into the United States and those of domestic origin exported abroad (USTBAL = ECI) widened more than expected in January to $89.7 billion, the largest deficit ever recorded. Read more

The Commerce Department’s reading was $2.6 billion above consensus forecast and was driven by surging imports as demand in the United States continued to outpace the rest of the world, a situation that could be bad news. bodes well for economic growth in the first quarter.

“Net exports have weighed on GDP over the past six quarters and early data suggests another negative contribution in the first quarter,” writes Rubeela Farooqi, chief U.S. economist at High Frequency Economics, adding that “in Overall, trade flows are at historic highs despite supply chain disruptions and logistical challenges.”

“The deficit is poised to remain high for now due to continued strong import demand,” Farooqi said.

The closely watched merchandise trade deficit with China remained stable at $36.4 billion.

Trade balance

In a separate report, small business owners got grumpier in February, according to the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB). Read more

The NFIB’s trade optimism index (USOPIN=ECI) fell 1.4 points to land at 95.7, the sourest reading since January 2021, weighed down by inflation fears.

“Inflation continues to be an issue on Main Street, leading more homeowners to raise selling prices again in February,” said NFIB chief economist Bill Dunkelberg.

The percentage of respondents identifying high inflation as their biggest problem hit a 42-year high, and the net percentage of participants raising average selling prices hit a 48-year high.

But it’s not all bad news, according to Ian Shepherdson, chief economist at Pantheon Macroeconomics.

“Investment intentions are down two points but are holding up well and are consistent with the view that business fixed investment will grow at a double-digit pace over the next year,” he wrote.

It should be noted that the NFIB is a politically active membership organization, and the index was last lower the month President Joe Biden was sworn in.

NFIB

Finally, in older news, on Monday afternoon, the Federal Reserve released its Consumer Credit Outstanding (USCRED=ECI) data, which rose $6.84 billion, marking an unexpected deceleration. and missing estimates of a country mile.

Economists expected total consumer credit debt to accelerate by $23.8 billion in January.

Total consumer credit outstanding currently stands at approximately $4.4 trillion.

An increase in non-revolving credit, which includes large items such as automobiles and tuition fees, did the heavy lifting, as revolving credit, or credit card debt, remained essentially unchanged.

This goes a bit against the trend; credit card spending has long since surpassed pre-pandemic levels, while non-revolving credit, a smaller slice of the total pie, has yet to recoup the ground lost to COVID.

It pays to remember that outstanding credit is not the same as consumer spending. A high savings rate has left the average consumer with plush piggy banks and fat wallets.

Outstanding consumer credit

After a green start, Wall Street turned around in morning trade, extending Monday’s selloff, which confirmed a correction for the Dow and a bear market for the Nasdaq.

Crude prices continued to climb, taking energy stocks (.SPNY) with them.

(Stephen Culp)

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NASDAQ 100 FUTURES: FIGHTING TO HOLD THE FEBRUARY LOW (0900 EST/1400 GMT)

The CME e-mini Nasdaq 100 futures have been beaten pretty hard over the past three trading days. In fact, they ended Monday at their lowest level since mid-May 2021, sending them down 19.6% from their November 19 closing record.

It should be noted that the Nasdaq Composite (.IXIC) ended Monday down 20.1% from its record close on November 19, officially putting it in bearish territory.

The overnight action saw the futures fall as low as 13,103.25, before falling back. With this reversal, futures have yet to breach their February 24 intraday low at 13,025.75:

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Meanwhile, the daily RSI, at just over 30.00, is trying to stabilize above its February 23rd low at 27.90. If so, this momentum indicator will have the potential to establish a second higher low from its late January low of 17.533.

Such a convergence could signal the building of positive momentum and, therefore, the potential for a surprise reversal to the upside.

In this case, however, the futures should still face strong resistance in the form of the descending 30-day moving average (DMA) which has been consistently plateauing since the beginning to mid-January.

Additionally, since late November, the RSI has exhibited bearish behavior as it was unable to muster enough strength to reclaim the 70.00 overbought threshold.

So regardless of strength, traders will be watching future action closely against the 30-DMA, as well as the RSI, to build confidence in the sustainability of any rebound. Read more

On a break of 13,025, next support is at the mid-May low of 12,896. This is just ahead of the 38.2% Fibonacci retracement of the entire March-2020/November advance. 2021 at 12,873.57.

(Terence Gabriel)

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10 Things About Maumee, Ohio Stock Trader – CONAN Daily https://radar2014.org/2022/02/26/10-things-about-maumee-ohio-stock-trader-conan-daily/ Sat, 26 Feb 2022 04:23:03 +0000 https://radar2014.org/2022/02/26/10-things-about-maumee-ohio-stock-trader-conan-daily/ biographical data Steven Gallagher is a resident of Ohio, USA. Here are 10 other things about him: He lives in Maumee, Ohio. He is an active day trader in over-the-counter (OTC) securities or penny stocks, which often trade at less than $1 per share. In September 2019, he created a Twitter account using alias Alex […]]]>

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Steven Gallagher is a resident of Ohio, USA. Here are 10 other things about him:

  1. He lives in Maumee, Ohio.
  2. He is an active day trader in over-the-counter (OTC) securities or penny stocks, which often trade at less than $1 per share.
  3. In September 2019, he created a Twitter account using alias Alex DeLarge. He regularly used the account to tout various penny stocks in which he personally held prominent positions.
  4. As of October 19, 2021, his Twitter account named Alex DeLarge has over 70,000 followers.
  5. In December 2020, he acquired a substantial volume of shares from a public front company called SpectraScience, Inc. (SIC). He knew or deliberately avoided learning that the company had neither prospects of success nor real operations.
  6. From December 2020 to February 2021, he used his Twitter account named Alex DeLarge to operate a fraudulent pump and dump scheme regarding penny stock issued by SCIE.
  7. In January 2021, he repeatedly wrote on Twitter using his Alex DeLarge account that he planned to hold and had not sold any of his SCIE shares despite selling millions of SCIE shares at prices students.
  8. On October 26, 2021, he was arrested in Ohio and charged in federal court in New York, United States, with one count of wire fraud and market manipulation and two counts of securities fraud. A judge set his bail at $1 million. He was released after paying $50,000.
  9. On February 25, 2022, he pleaded guilty before the U.S. District Judge Valerie E. Caproni to one count of securities fraud. The same judge will sentence him on June 27, 2022.
  10. He was 51 when he pleaded guilty to a securities fraud charge on February 25, 2022.

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Ohio-based securities trader pleads guilty to securities fraud | USAO-SDNY https://radar2014.org/2022/02/25/ohio-based-securities-trader-pleads-guilty-to-securities-fraud-usao-sdny/ Fri, 25 Feb 2022 16:18:26 +0000 https://radar2014.org/2022/02/25/ohio-based-securities-trader-pleads-guilty-to-securities-fraud-usao-sdny/ Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today that STEVEN GALLAGHER has pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud. GALLAGHER, using the alias “Alex DeLarge”, created a stock promotion account on Twitter that attracted over 70,000 followers and used the account to tout certain over-the-counter penny stocks. […]]]>

Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today that STEVEN GALLAGHER has pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud. GALLAGHER, using the alias “Alex DeLarge”, created a stock promotion account on Twitter that attracted over 70,000 followers and used the account to tout certain over-the-counter penny stocks. GALLAGHER disseminated false and misleading information about at least one of these stocks in order to trick his followers into buying this stock and driving up its price, while he was secretly selling his holdings. GALLAGHER pleaded guilty before United States District Judge Valerie E. Caproni.

According to the information, complaint and other statements made in court:

STEVEN GALLAGHER is an active day trader in over-the-counter or “OTC” securities. These securities are generally not traded on centralized exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange or the NASDAQ Stock Exchange. OTC securities often trade for less than a dollar per share and are therefore often referred to as penny stocks. Many OTC securities are thinly traded and therefore particularly susceptible to inventory manipulation schemes.

In September 2019, GALLAGHER created a Twitter account under the pseudonym “Alex DeLarge”, a character from Anthony Burgess’ novel. A clockwork orange and the Stanley Kubrick film of the same name (the “DeLarge Twitter Account”). As of October 19, 2021, the DeLarge Twitter account has over 70,000 followers. GALLAGHER regularly used DeLarge’s Twitter account to tout various penny stocks in which he personally held prominent positions. GALLAGHER also regularly posted images of his brokerage account balances and trading gains on DeLarge’s Twitter account to bolster his reputation and entice his followers to trade in line with his suggestions.

From December 2020 to approximately February 2021, GALLAGHER used DeLarge’s Twitter account to perform a fraudulent pump-and-dump scheme involving penny stocks issued by a public company known as SpectraScience, Inc. (“SCIE”) ). As part of his fraudulent scheme, GALLAGHER began acquiring a substantial volume of SCIE shares in December 2020. As shares were acquired, GALLAGHER and a few close associates discussed their plans to drive up the share price after securing substantial stakes at relatively cheap prices. GALLAGHER then used DeLarge’s Twitter account to artificially “pump” SCIE shares. This included both retweet posts purporting to announce potentially positive news for SCIE, such as FDA approvals for their products, and materially false and misleading statements about GALLAGHER’s own position in SCIE’s stock. For example, in or around January 2021, GALLAGHER repeatedly tweeted that he planned to hold and had not sold any of his SCIE shares. These statements were however false and GALLAGHER had in fact sold millions of SCIE shares at high prices.

While GALLAGHER was engaged in this scheme, he either knew or deliberately avoided learning that SCIE was a shell company with no real operations or prospects of success. For example, in direct messages with some of his followers, GALLAGHER received information suggesting that SCIE was really just a “gutless shell”. Nonetheless, GALLAGHER engaged in his Twitter-based pump and dump scheme, earning tens of thousands of dollars in illicit profits in the process.

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GALLAGHER, 51, of Maumee, Ohio, pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. The maximum potential sentence in this case is prescribed by Congress and is provided here for informational purposes only, as any sentencing of the defendant will be determined by the judge.

GALLAGHER is to be sentenced on June 27, 2022 by Judge Caproni.

US Attorney Williams praised the work of the HSI. Mr. Williams also thanked the Securities and Exchange Commission for its cooperation and assistance in this investigation.

This matter is being handled by the Bureau’s Securities and Commodities Fraud Task Force. Assistant US Attorneys Richard Cooper, Daniel Tracer and Allison Nichols are in charge of the prosecution.

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Why are members of Congress allowed to trade stocks? https://radar2014.org/2022/01/30/why-are-members-of-congress-allowed-to-trade-stocks/ Sun, 30 Jan 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://radar2014.org/2022/01/30/why-are-members-of-congress-allowed-to-trade-stocks/ In secret meetings Two years ago this month, members of Congress were briefed on what the rest of America would soon learn: a deadly virus was rapidly spreading overseas and heading to the United States. Some lawmakers acted immediately, not in the public interest, but in their own. They sold stocks weeks before the markets […]]]>

In secret meetings Two years ago this month, members of Congress were briefed on what the rest of America would soon learn: a deadly virus was rapidly spreading overseas and heading to the United States. Some lawmakers acted immediately, not in the public interest, but in their own. They sold stocks weeks before the markets collapsed when the scale of the threat posed by the novel coronavirus became widely known. A global pandemic was unfolding and these lawmakers were as worried about the health of their financial portfolios as they were about the health of their constituents.

Congress thought it had already corrected what alarmingly looked like insider trading by its members. In 2012, lawmakers voted overwhelmingly to enact a bill known as the STOCK Act, prohibiting themselves from using information they learned on the job for personal financial gain. The law required serving members, as well as their staff and officials in other branches of government, to more accurately and timely disclose their financial dealings. Although the law has helped the public identify conflicts of interest, it has not been able to prevent them. “Members hear all kinds of news that can essentially amount to insider trading, but it’s nearly impossible to enforce insider trading and prove what happened when,” said Sen. Jeff Merkley. of Oregon, a Democrat who has lobbied for years to restrict stock trading by members of Congress, said.

The Justice Department investigated several senators for their 2020 stock dumps, but did not file any charges. The pandemic profiteering allegations, however, had major political repercussions and helped Democrats win their narrow majority in the Senate last year. Among those who found their dealings under federal scrutiny were the two Republican senators from Georgia, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler (they both denied any wrongdoing), who lost in last January’s special election. The Democrat who beat Perdue, Sen. Jon Ossoff, is now leading a new campaign to ban members from trading individual stocks.

“There is widespread bipartisan distaste for the American political class, and stock trading by members of Congress is blatant and offensive,” Ossoff told me last week.

Legislation he introduced with Senator Mark Kelly of Arizona would require members of Congress, their spouses and dependent children to sell their individual shares or place them in a blind trust. (A complementary bipartisan bill has already been unveiled in the House.)

The proposal is, unsurprisingly, popular with a public that likes to look down on its lawmakers: nearly two-thirds of all respondents, including majorities of Democrats and Republicans, backed the idea of ​​barring members of Congress to trade stocks, according to a recent survey by Morning Consult. Still, the bill is likely to be the least popular among the people who actually have to vote on it. While Congress has struggled in recent years to address the nation’s most complex challenges, its policing record is arguably even worse. Republicans made little effort to pass ethics legislation when they last ruled Washington, and although House Democrats introduced a major anti-corruption bill as part of its first voting rights campaign last year, they quickly dropped its key ethics provisions in a (so far unsuccessful) bid to win passage to the Senate.

Lawmakers’ proposed ban on stock trading has upended the expected ideological divide. A co-sponsor of the House measure is conservative Rep. Chip Roy of Texas, a former senior aide to Sen. Ted Cruz. The bill also won support from two groups that typically advocate unfettered free market access, Koch-funded Americans for Prosperity and FreedomWorks, which emerged from the Obama-era Tea Party. Carrying the Libertarian flag instead, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, whose husband, Paul Pelosi, has earned millions in stock trades that have become fodder for amateur trackers on social media platforms such as Reddit and TikTok. “We are a free market economy. [Members] should be able to participate,” Pelosi told reporters earlier this month, sounding more like Ayn Rand than a San Francisco “socialist.”

The last major ethics law to clear Congress was the STOCK Act a decade ago. Even that bill, however, only passed after party leaders watered down a tougher initial proposal, and less than a year after it was signed into law, Congress quietly moved to strike down one of its main transparency provisions.

The need for lawmakers to regulate stock trading is obvious to supporters of the bill, who on this particular issue know well what they are talking about. Members of Congress are privy to information about market developments in front of the general public on an almost daily basis. This is especially true in times of crisis, such as a major military build-up or the onset of a global pandemic, when the stock market is more volatile and lawmakers frequently receive classified briefings from senior government officials. They might not be able to discuss what they heard in public, but until the STOCK Act was passed, it clearly wasn’t illegal for them to make money from it. House and Senate votes are themselves sometimes market-moving events, and lawmakers are usually the first to know whether a measure will pass or fail. One of the authors of the STOCK Act, former Democratic Representative Brian Baird of Washington State, told me that in moments of dark humor during important votes, a colleague joked with him (and he pointed out he was indeed joking): “We could make money with this vote, right? »

In 2012, the framers of the STOCK Act thought an outright ban on stock trading was “a bridge too far,” Baird told me. But pandemic-related trade scandals have propelled calls for new legislation and more recent disclosures, including a lengthy investigation by Business Intern, gave further impetus to the push. The same goes for Pelosi’s rejection, which prompted the bill’s supporters to redouble their efforts. “I totally disagree with her,” Rep. Abigail Spanberger of Virginia told me. Spanberger, a Democrat, first introduced legislation with Roy more than a year and a half ago. “In many professions there are limits on what someone can do financially. This requirement is quite reasonable for those of us who choose to enter this profession.

The proposals would allow members and their families to retain control of investments in diversified mutual or index funds, U.S. Treasuries and bonds. Kelly told me that in addition to preventing insider trading by lawmakers, requiring members to opt out of active oversight of individual actions would ensure that they don’t vote on legislation based on its financial impact.

Adding to the pressure on Pelosi, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy suggested Republicans could enforce a ban if they regain a majority this fall. Last week, Pelosi softened her stance, telling reporters that while she remained personally opposed to the proposal, “if the members want to do it, that’s fine with me.”

Developments over the past month have created momentum reminiscent of other successful campaigns for new congressional ethics laws, Craig Holman, lobbyist for Public Citizen and longtime government reform advocate, told me. . “The outlook is very good,” he said. “Sometimes we have to embarrass Congress to do the right thing, and that works once the public gets involved.”

Still, proponents of a ban on stock trading by lawmakers still have some way to go. Public support for a bill can mask broader private opposition, and the leaders of this most recent effort are mostly members with relatively little congressional experience. The STOCK Act eventually passed with near-unanimous votes, but Baird told me that during the years he first presented the bill to his colleagues, many took offense at the mere suggestion of impropriety. . Others wanted their investments to remain private, and some just didn’t want the added inconvenience of having to disclose them. “I naively thought it would be such an obvious good thing to do that when I talked to people about it, they were like, ‘God, I didn’t know that. We should fix it,” Baird laughed ruefully. “Well, the answer was anything but.” After the STOCK Act passed, Baird said he found himself in an elevator with an aide to a high-ranking Democrat who hadn’t realized he was speaking with an author of the bill. law. “I have to go home and fill out my paperwork for the fucking STOCK Act,” the staffer complained.

Kelly told me he doesn’t have much sympathy for members who oppose ethics legislation because of the difficulty of complying with it. “If you don’t want to bother, find something else to do,” he said. “There are a lot of people who could do this job.” His retort sums up the challenges Kelly and his allies face. They are asking their colleagues to vote for a bill that will require no sacrifice from their constituents, only from themselves. “Frankly, I don’t mind whose feelings I’m hurting when I present this case,” Ossoff said. “My colleagues need to hear it, and I think they hear it.”

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STOCK TRADER WINS US INVESTMENT CHAMPIONSHIP FOR A SECOND TIME – BREAK A RECORD | https://radar2014.org/2022/01/24/stock-trader-wins-us-investment-championship-for-a-second-time-break-a-record/ Mon, 24 Jan 2022 17:13:00 +0000 https://radar2014.org/2022/01/24/stock-trader-wins-us-investment-championship-for-a-second-time-break-a-record/ LOS ANGELES, January 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ –The United States Investing Championship has announced the winners of the 2021 competition, which involved 338 international traders. Winning the stock split over $1,000,000 with an annual return of +334.8% was Marc Minervini. Contest coordinator Zada standard called Minervini’s performance a “record shattering”. The previous record was +119.1%, set […]]]>

LOS ANGELES, January 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ –The United States Investing Championship has announced the winners of the 2021 competition, which involved 338 international traders. Winning the stock split over $1,000,000 with an annual return of +334.8% was Marc Minervini. Contest coordinator Zada standard called Minervini’s performance a “record shattering”. The previous record was +119.1%, set by Georges Tkaczuk in 2020. Mr. Minervini also finished first in the 1997 US Investing Championship with an annual return of 155%.

Starting with just a few thousand dollars and an 8th grade education, Minervini became a self-made millionaire in his early 30s and later advised some of Wall Street’s mega-titans, including traders at Soros Management. He became a Wall Street trading star when his success with impressive performance and strict risk management in the 1990s was popularized by the well-known author Jack Schwager. In his coveted book, Stock Market Wizards: Interviews with America’s Top Stock Traders, Schwager wrote: “Minervini has walked around most doctors trying to design systems to beat the market.” Since then, Minervini has been considered one of America’s most successful stock traders and regarded among stock investors as a trading legend.

Minervini is the author of the best-selling books: Trade like a stock market wizard, think and trade like a champion, and the mindset secrets to winning. He is also the founder of Minervini Private Access and the creator of the popular Master Trader Program Superperformance Workshop, which is considered one of the most comprehensive and commercially successful stock trading seminars in the world.

you can follow Marc Minervini on Twitter at https://twitter.com/markminervini or learn more about www.minervini.com.

The United States Investing Championship is a real-money verified competition. The competition was first held in 1983. Over the years, the investment derby has attracted legendary traders including Paul TudorJones, Louis Bacon, dr. Edward O. Thorpe, Marc Strome, Marc Minervini, David Ryan, Doug Cass, Sheen Kassouf, Marty Schwartz, Frankie Joe, Tom Basso, Cedd Moses, Gil Blake, Robert Prechter, Jr., and Bruno Combier. The final ranking 2021 appears on the site financial-contests.com.

]]> STOCK TRADER WINS US INVESTMENT CHAMPIONSHIP FOR A SECOND TIME https://radar2014.org/2022/01/24/stock-trader-wins-us-investment-championship-for-a-second-time/ Mon, 24 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://radar2014.org/2022/01/24/stock-trader-wins-us-investment-championship-for-a-second-time/ Norm Zada ​​called Minervini’s performance “a shattering record”. Tweet that Starting with just a few thousand dollars and an 8th grade education, Minervini became a self-made millionaire in his early 30s and later advised some of Wall Street’s mega-titans, including traders at Soros Management. He became a Wall Street trading star when his success with […]]]>

Starting with just a few thousand dollars and an 8th grade education, Minervini became a self-made millionaire in his early 30s and later advised some of Wall Street’s mega-titans, including traders at Soros Management. He became a Wall Street trading star when his success with impressive performance and strict risk management in the 1990s was popularized by the well-known author Jack Schwager. In his coveted book, Stock Market Wizards: Interviews with America’s Top Stock Traders, Schwager wrote: “Minervini has walked around most doctors trying to design systems to beat the market.” Since then, Minervini has been considered one of America’s most successful stock traders and regarded among stock investors as a trading legend.

Minervini is the author of the best-selling books: Trade like a stock market wizard, think and trade like a champion, and the mindset secrets to winning. He is also the founder of Minervini Private Access and the creator of the popular Master Trader Program Superperformance Workshopwhich is considered one of the most comprehensive and commercially successful stock trading seminars in the world.

you can follow Marc Minervini on Twitter at https://twitter.com/markminervini or learn more about www.minervini.com.

The United States Investing Championship is a real-money verified competition. The competition was first held in 1983. Over the years, the investment derby has attracted legendary traders including Paul TudorJones, Louis Bacondr. Edward O. Thorpe, Marc Strome, Marc Minervini, David Ryan, Doug CassSheen Kassouf, Marty Schwartz, Frankie Joe, Tom BassoCedd Moses, Gil Blake, Robert Prechter, Jr.and Bruno Combier. The final ranking 2021 appears on the site financial-contests.com.

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Trading strategies that will make you win big in 2022 https://radar2014.org/2022/01/12/trading-strategies-that-will-make-you-win-big-in-2022/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 13:53:57 +0000 https://radar2014.org/2022/01/12/trading-strategies-that-will-make-you-win-big-in-2022/ Post views: 211 You must have read many stories about people making millions from their investments either by sheer luck or by following an effective trading strategy. However, you must be wondering why only some people get good returns from their investments while many others don’t do so well. One of the reasons could be […]]]>

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You must have read many stories about people making millions from their investments either by sheer luck or by following an effective trading strategy. However, you must be wondering why only some people get good returns from their investments while many others don’t do so well. One of the reasons could be the extensive research done by an investor to get good returns. In this article, let’s take a look at some of the good trading strategies that can give you good returns from your forex investments in 2022. In addition to analyzing how to choose the best forex broker, we also provide information on the way to identify the best broker. for your investment purposes.

How to choose the best broker?

It would be crucial for an investor to choose a good forex broker and check the reputation of the broker before finalizing one. All countries have their bodies to regulate the activities of forex brokers. For example, if you are looking to select a forex broker in the United States, make sure the broker is a member of the National Futures Association (NFA), a futures industry regulator. You can check if the broker has an NFA membership number before finalizing your investment strategy. Likewise, if you are looking for a broker in the UK, check if the broker is a member of the Financial Conduct Authority. Other reputable regulators are the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (FINMA), Japan FSA, ASIC, SFC, NZ FMA, MAS, BaFin, etc.

Successful trading strategies

You must follow a proven trading strategy in the forex market. Some of the popular strategies used by forex traders include news trading, end of day trading, swing trading, day trading, etc. For example, if you want to follow the news trading strategy, you should follow the news and developments in the industry. Then, based on the information you receive from an update or a press release, you should trade. Or, if you want to follow the end trade strategy, you should trade when the market is about to close for the day. You need to study and analyze the price action and price movements of the last day for this strategy to be successful.

How to get credible Forex trading information?

When you search for information about forex brokers, you will be bombarded with a lot of information and obviously you will be confused. If you are a beginner in the industry, you need advice before investing your money. A good strategy is to follow a credible source of information or a website that covers all developments in the forex industry. Once you start reading the opinions of experts in the forex industry, you will have an idea of ​​how to approach trading.

Vital genuine research

Suppose you want to find more information about a forex trade. In this case, it is essential to follow credible websites and trade publications that provide authentic information on all developments in the forex industry. These websites will provide information about forex brokers and how they operate. It is also good to access public platforms and forums that discuss forex related topics. If you have any doubts about forex trading, many websites and trade publications have forex experts who would handle such queries. These genuine sites will also provide broker rankings to help investors. The ranking can be on brokers of specific countries, features and instruments. For example, if you want to find the best forex brokers in the UK, you will get a list of the best brokers based on the ranking and user reviews on the sites.

Information is the key

If you like to be succeed as an investor in any field, whether it is the stock market or the foreign exchange market, it is essential to carry out a detailed study of the specific currency or stock you wish to choose. Gathering all industry information from a credible source is crucial for such an objective. If you are a new investor, it is better to start with a small amount, and you can gradually increase your investments when you have mastered the trade.

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Stock Trader Kevin McCormick Wins Futures Trading World Cup 2021 Trading Championship https://radar2014.org/2022/01/11/stock-trader-kevin-mccormick-wins-futures-trading-world-cup-2021-trading-championship/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 22:27:00 +0000 https://radar2014.org/2022/01/11/stock-trader-kevin-mccormick-wins-futures-trading-world-cup-2021-trading-championship/ The title returns to the United States for the first time since 2015 PHOENIX, USA, January 11, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – Stock trader Kevin McCormick has announced he won the 2021 World Cup Trading World Championship with a return of 253.8%, bringing the title back to the United States for the first time since 2015. “I’m […]]]>

The title returns to the United States for the first time since 2015

PHOENIX, USA, January 11, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ – Stock trader Kevin McCormick has announced he won the 2021 World Cup Trading World Championship with a return of 253.8%, bringing the title back to the United States for the first time since 2015.

“I’m a great example of a retail trader outperforming fund managers and professional traders,” McCormick said.

In the futures trading world championship, traders use their own strategies. Some day-trade, while others hold their positions for weeks or months. Some use discretionary methods, while others use computerized programs. Each trader uses their own methods with one goal in mind: to post the highest possible net return by the end of the competition.

The Futures Trading World Cup Championship has been held since 1983 and is considered the gold standard of trading excellence.

During the contest, McCormick made over 100 trades. As commodity markets rallied last year, its top three trades all came from commodity shorts.

“The contest is a real money contest unlike some of the other trading contests that use simulated accounts and money. So, I traded my own money in the contest. This adds a bit more to the results since the people don’t make huge trades that usually lose money trying to hit
a big winner,” McCormick said.

McCormick is an individual retail trader with over 20 years of experience trading his personal accounts, adding futures trading strategies four years ago. After consistently outperforming the market, he chose to enter the contest.

He said he trades by following the indicators of veteran and industry leader Larry Williams, a former championship winner, and using Google search trends.

In addition to commerce, McCormick works in the tech industry and created some of the first iPhone apps.

For more information and to contact him about media appearances, email kevin@justsomeguytrading.com or call 480-399-8612.

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Ruble stabilizes in light trade, stocks rise to monthly high https://radar2014.org/2022/01/03/ruble-stabilizes-in-light-trade-stocks-rise-to-monthly-high/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 07:55:00 +0000 https://radar2014.org/2022/01/03/ruble-stabilizes-in-light-trade-stocks-rise-to-monthly-high/ MOSCOW, Jan. 3 (Reuters) – The Russian ruble hit a one-month low before leveling off in light trading on Monday, while the benchmark MOEX stock index hit a one-month high against a backdrop rise in oil prices on the first trading day of 2022. At 07:28 GMT, the ruble was stable at 74.69 against the […]]]>


MOSCOW, Jan. 3 (Reuters) – The Russian ruble hit a one-month low before leveling off in light trading on Monday, while the benchmark MOEX stock index hit a one-month high against a backdrop rise in oil prices on the first trading day of 2022.

At 07:28 GMT, the ruble was stable at 74.69 against the dollar after briefly touching 75.1975, a level last seen on November 29.

Against the euro, the ruble lost 0.2% to 84.71.

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The ruble has come under increased pressure since October, as Western countries expressed concerns over Russia’s military build-up near neighboring Ukraine.

President Joe Biden said last week that he told his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin that a move against Ukraine would result in sanctions and an increased US presence in Europe. Read more

On Sunday, Biden told Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy that the United States and its allies “will respond decisively” if Russia further invades Ukraine. Read more

Trade activity is expected to be weak this week and return to steady levels after January 10, the end of the New Years holiday in Russia.

Brent crude oil, a global benchmark for Russia’s main export, rose 0.9% to $ 78.52 a barrel, supporting Russian stock indexes.

The dollar-denominated RTS (.IRTS) index gained 1.6% to 1,621.6 points. The ruble-based Russian MOEX (.IMOEX) index climbed 1.6% to 3,854.8 points, its highest since December 8.

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