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Traders “Furious” Market Didn’t Close Higher

By |March 16th, 2015|

Really…? But seriously why did we rally on such bad data?
Traders “Furious” Market Didn’t Close Higher

In what most traders dubbed an “extremely disappointing” performance, stocks ended Monday’s session with modest gains of 1.35%. The day began with a perfect trifecta of disappointing economic statistics, gains in overseas markets, and expectations that Federal Reserve will begin […]

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My Weekly Performance Report – This Week -3.25% on -103 Pips

By |March 15th, 2015|

At the end of the day all that matters is that I make money for my investors. This was the first week in six weeks resulting in a loss. Nevertheless, at the end of the day I came up short this week. I do expect to be profitable each and every week.

Truth be told on […]

Why The Dollar Is Rising As The Global Monetary Bubble Craters

By |March 13th, 2015|

By David Stockman via Contra Corner blog,

Contra Corner is not about investment advice, but its unstinting critique of the current malignant monetary regime does not merely imply that the Wall Street casino is a dangerous place for your money. No, it screams get out of harms’ way. Now!

Yet I am constantly braced with questions about the […]

Wall Street Firm Unleashes New High-Frequency Impropriety Algo

By |March 12th, 2015|

Calling it a major breakthrough that will significantly expedite and streamline its daily operations, Wall Street financial firm Goldman Sachs revealed Thursday it has developed a new high-speed algorithm that is capable of performing more than 10,000 ethical violations per second.

“With this new automated program, we’ll be able to systematically deceive investors, engage in conflicts […]

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China’s Plan for Winning the Currency Wars

By |March 12th, 2015|

by Mark Gilbert
Bloomberg View

The currency wars are still rumbling on. Today, Thailand became at least the 21st country to cut interest rates so far this year, as everyone tries to make their currency cheaper than everyone else’s. The Federal Reserve still seems on track to raise rates in June, turbocharging the dollar. But there’s more […]

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My Weekly Performance Report – This Week +2.06% on 104 Pips

By |March 7th, 2015|

Have you noticed the more you progress in your trading the more there is to improve on than ever before? Fifteen years in I am finding this to be true for me.

Each trade win or loss brings incredible insight upon review. While I was studying in the seminary each night we would do a […]

My Weekly Performance Report – This Week +4.86% on 502 Pips

By |March 2nd, 2015|

CGS continues to rock with strong performance weekly. February saw a 21.23% gain on CGS for the month and new account highs were reached again this week.

You know I try to get you this weekly performance report along with my thoughts on the past week over to you actually over weekend and that has not […]

My Weekly Performance Report – This Week +3% on 309 Pips with 26 Trades

By |February 23rd, 2015|

Have you noticed that each trade that you take win or loss brings a wealth of information. I know I have discovered this recently and it is opening up so many doors. Before I share the most important thing I learned this past week with you let’s go over this week’s results.

The Consistent Gains Strategy […]

My Weekly Performance Report – This Week +17.67% on 895 Pips with 20 Trades

By |February 14th, 2015|

CGS posted a +17.67% gain this past week including hitting new all time account highs on Wednesday and remaining there to close the week.

It was a fantastic week of trading. Sixteen or seventeen of the twenty trades taken were winners averaging 45 pips per trade. It remains to be seen if this was a benchmark […]

CGS 13: +8.54% Gain on Strong Trading this Week

By |February 1st, 2015|

Billionaire trader Paul Tudor Jones said that a funds yearly return should be 3x it’s largest drawdown. That is the minimum goal for CGS. Managing less than Paul Tudor Jones and having the advantage of being liquid at all times, meaning being able to get in and out of the market at will without causing […]

CGS – Week 12 – Performance Update

By |January 26th, 2015|

This week was very active with the ECB QE. CGS lost -2.45% on the week bringing system results to +1.56%. After the ECB the system was up +4.51 and it is back up at +3.6% at the time of writing on this on Monday.

It is a good trading market with lots of movement. As I […]

How to Increase Your Net 137.51% Trading the ECB Sovereign QE

By |January 21st, 2015|

The ECB looks set to embark upon on perhaps “unlimited” sovereign QE of somewhere between $500 Billion to a trillion dollars on Thursday. Are you prepared for this opportunity?

Here is how I am going to to trade the ECB QE. Using the same strategy I used to trade the 2013 BOJ easing when using […]

CGS – Performance Update – Week 11

By |January 18th, 2015|

Before we get started with the CGS performance update here is my first Forex blog post for 2015.

10 Things to Change Right Now to Have Your Best Trading Year Ever!

Bottom line it was a disappointing week with a -6.02% loss. Three sets of trades late in the week had sizable unrealized profits of around 7% and although I felt those […]

CGS – Week 10 – Performance Update

By |January 11th, 2015|

CGS reached an intraday new account high on Dec 6th with a gain of +5.28% for the week at the time before finishing the week -0.86%.

I am glad to be hitting new account highs again. On Tuesday CGS was in good position to build further gains but over the reminder of the week all profits […]