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Filter Exchange · I Hate Giving Up All My Secrets But
msg #128502
5/16/2016 8:53:52 PM

at the risk of revealing my ignorance, what is going on.

General Discussion · Great Interview with Marty "Pit Bull" Schwartz
msg #128454
5/14/2016 2:50:04 PM

If you really want to pick up some great information on trading from still one of the best traders of our life time, go to Youtube and search for Marty Schwartz. The interview he did with Mr. TopStep in March 2015 is great. Marty, like Paul Tudor Jones, doesn't do many interviews at all and this is rare stuff. Check it out and his book if you've never read that. Can't imagine any trader having not read, "Pit Bull."

General Discussion · Best Search Setup for Finding Ranges
msg #128453
5/14/2016 2:31:24 PM

I've tried different indicators before to try and identify some ongoing ranges, but I'm not real happy with the results. Does anyone have a good combination or singular indicator(s) that does a good job of locating trading ranges of say, at least 6-8 weeks. Appreciate any feedback.

General Discussion · Moving averages and trends
msg #128452
5/14/2016 2:25:40 PM

You might be interested in reading Dr. Alexander Elder's book if you haven't already done so. Dr. Elder relies totally on the weekly chart to determine long term trend and thinks a MACD divergence on the weekly chart is the most reliable indicator ever. Of course, not every divergence is good, but Dr. Elder has published information on what to look for. Good stuff.

General Discussion · Any knowledge of the author or method? - Gatis Roze
msg #128185
4/27/2016 10:02:53 PM

Gatis Roze is not trying to sell you anything. He does not present his or his materials in that way. If someone wants to read up on how this guy trades and happens to like his style of trading then it's up to the individual. No one ever forces anyone to buy anything from anyone. A person makes that decision on their own. If it doesn't work out the you have no one to blame but yourself. Again, no one forces you to do anything. You have to do your research to determine if what you buy is likely to be a worthy investment.

General Discussion · Any knowledge of the author or method? - Gatis Roze
msg #128023
4/17/2016 12:05:06 PM

I meant to also note in my post that you can read all of his 10 stages at stockcharts and that tells you his thinking and approach. You can use his softward, but you must have a subscription with stockcharts to access.

General Discussion · Any knowledge of the author or method? - Gatis Roze
msg #128022
4/17/2016 12:01:53 PM

You can read Gatis Roze's articles on His method is somewhat conservative, but the guy makes money and has for a long time. He doesn't have a method so to speak that you would program from what I've read and I"ve pretty much read all of his stuff. Roze relies mostly on getting his stock picks from new buys and sells made big fund companies, mainly what is called Fidelity Select Sectors. That consist of about 50 different sectors of the stock market. His software helps you to identify at each quarter what stocks are being bought - with the idea that more will be bought by Fidelity and other funds. That is how he makes his money.

Filter Exchange · Explosive Stock Trading Strategies
msg #127737
3/28/2016 10:11:58 PM

Unfortunately, Samir is not very active on that site that he himself use to run. It looks like the returns are pretty good, but I would prefer knowing Samir was there daily.

Filter Exchange · Explosive Stock Trading Strategies
msg #127714
3/25/2016 10:19:24 PM

The above named book by Dr. Samir Elias is one that I very seldom ever see mentioned and it is probably one of the best trading books regarding how indicators and certain indicators work together ever written. Dr. Elias has another book called, Generate Thousands. In this book, Dr. Elias shares about how he traded options to make some really good money. Dr. Elias is the first to say that you can't rely totally on indicators in your trading, but he also points out and shows you how to use certain indicators together that will help you to be more consistent in your trading. I have over 200 trading books and I don't think any of them are as good as Dr. Elias' work. If you've read his books you know what I'm talking about. If you haven't, I strongly encourage you to do so. They may not be available anymore. I tried to locate him on the internet and I could not find anything. If anyone out there knows what Dr. Elias is doing these days or if he is still alive, I would appreciate knowing. He should have written more books. He has degrees in engineering and economics and is one of those individuals who loves numbers and figuring out how and why things like trading indicators help or don't help. As Dr. Elias so accurately points out, they can be of great help if used correctly and together in the right way. Otherwise, it's a total waste. Check it out.

General Discussion · Ace Trades
msg #127621
3/14/2016 3:45:27 PM

Anyone out there ever buy Ace's system? He has boasted for years how great his system is and how often he can get 10 pts. trading the ES. Would like to know more from someone who actually bought the system. If you remember Kingfish, who was suppose to be the one whom Ace copied, I once got his system and it was nothing more than using line charts for support and resistance. I think Ace is a bit different. Thanks.

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