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Invest… Why? Is there a payback?

www.providentinvesting.com   Is there any value in this trading effort?  Is there a reason to spend the time required to give it a fair shake?  Let's consider the question by going back to the basics:  Why Invest? Is investing simply another form of gambling?  The age-old myth that says everything (life, crossing the street, getting [...]

2017-04-05T23:26:12+00:00 By |

Money Stream – MS (an Indicator)

Tap here for Provident Investing book, Course opportunities and  an EASY SCAN  lesson on finding your own picks:  An Introduction Money Stream, as with all indicators, must be content with just three variables to derive their magic: Price, Volume and Time.  These three basic factors and their interactions provide a rich landscape from which all [...]

2017-08-27T21:29:21+00:00 By |

Balance of Power – BOP (TC2000)

Tap here for Products, Provident Investing book, Course opportunities and  an EASY SCAN  lesson on finding your own picks: Balance of Power: A common phenomena in the market is termed accumulation and/or distribution.  These two terms refer to a systematic buying or systematic selling  program over days, weeks, or even months.  This is not simply buying [...]

2017-08-28T00:08:00+00:00 By |

TSV – Time Segmented Volume

Tap here for Provident Investing book, Course opportunities and  an EASY SCAN  lesson on finding your own picks: TSV - A proprietary technical indicator developed by Worden Brothers, Inc., TSV is an oscillator, calculated by comparing various time segments of both price and volume.  The indicator measures the amount of money flowing into or out [...]

2017-08-28T00:14:49+00:00 By |

Trend Lines on Stock Charts

www.providentinvesting.com   Drawing trend lines on a stock chart is an art form not easy to master.  The reason is simple, with each trader bringing their own unique differences to the table.  With so many different experiences, objectives, perspectives or points of view, we're unable to objectively agree on the best way.  It is the [...]

2017-04-05T23:26:13+00:00 By |

Trend Following – Pursuing the Dream!

www.providentinvesting.com   Trends have been the lifeblood of all investment strategies, from buy-and-hold to day-trading, since trading in the markets began.  Trend following is the mechanism to take advantage of this market principle.  Without it, that is, with no change, there can be no gain or increase.  The simple trend line is the most useful [...]

2017-04-05T23:26:13+00:00 By |

Stops

www.providentinvesting.com   The best investment tip ever given is this: “Cut your losses short and let your profits run.” Stops: The goal is to average more on winners and less on losers.  If you can do that, you'll make money if only half your trades work out.  However, it is a strategy very hard to [...]

2017-04-05T23:26:13+00:00 By |

Psychology: Trader Emotional Fitness

  www.providentinvesting.com     Psychology - Mental (Emotional) Fitness for Traders Psychology: Most traders neglect one of the most important parts of trading:  The psychology of the game. How mentally prepared are you for the trials and tribulations that are important in the trading activity? After a few trading experiences it becomes obvious how important your [...]

2017-04-05T23:26:13+00:00 By |

Rolling Stocks Tutorial

*The book along with the 8 lesson course teaches you how to trade!  But Now...   Find your own Rolling Stock Picks with our new Rolling Stocks EasyScan!  JOIN US IN OUR QUEST FOR HIGHER RETURNS - Wind to our Backs!  Rolling Stocks Our blogs under Trading Tips in the top menu, offer dozens of free tutorials [...]

2017-07-12T21:13:43+00:00 By |

Paper Trading – The Efficient way to Gain Experience

Paper Trading is the efficient way to gain experience. Paper Trading: It's often said how difficult it is to see the forest for all the trees.  That makes sense in the business world where details obscure the big picture, the purpose, the company goal.  Nowhere is that more true than in the stock market with [...]

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