best trading books

Best Trading Books for Share Trading

Published June 10th, 2021 We asked Nick Radge what is one book you believe is a must read for any trader starting out? If you are a beginner, a particularly good start as a very basic introductory book would be: 1. Trading for a Living by Dr. Alexander Elder It is an oldie but a […]

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Are Trading Courses Worth It?

Published May 31st, 2021 You want to learn how to trade but you are wondering, are stock trading courses worth the investment? Learning is the process of acquiring new understanding, knowledge, behaviour, skills, values, attitudes. We all learn in different ways so you need to find the best fit for you. If you learn by […]

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How Can I Grow My Wealth?

Published June 2nd, 2021 Would you like to grow your wealth? Yes, you say! But how? This is a great topic for you to explore and educate yourself about. There is no “one size fits all” when it comes to growing your wealth. After researching you will need to decide the best path/s for you […]

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Trading Education

Stop Wasting Time & Start Trading Education…NOW!

Published June 2nd, 2021 How many times have you wanted to start something new and put it in the too hard basket? Or said, “I don’t have enough time”? Today is the day for change. It’s time to begin your trading journey with some simple trading education. Start small and build from there, step by […]

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The Chartist Update for November 2020

Published May 18th, 2021 In this brief video Nick provides The Chartist update of new products and services available to increase your trading opportunities. Despite COVID-19 it’s been a great year on the markets. Some of our portfolios are up at 30 or 40%, some are up over 60%. So looking forward to the year […]

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Nick Radge explains diversification

Diversification for Consistent Equity Growth

Published May 18th, 2021 Diversification means different things to different people. Nick Radge trades predominantly equities in the Australian and US markets, long only. Before watching this video please read our RISK STATEMENT. This video discusses how Nick Radge diversifies his portfolio. He is NOT giving personal advice. Speak to your accountant, adviser or financial […]

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ASIC Warning for Retail Investors

Published May 18th, 2021 We commonly hear that most retail traders lose money. Urban myth or reality? The French financial regulator, or Autorite des Marches Financiers, did a 4-year study that found: – 89% of clients lost money trading foreign exchange. – 13,224 clients collectively lost EUR175 million – investors learn little over time, indeed […]

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More on the BBO Strategy

Published May 18th, 2021 In our previous article we revisited the BBO Strategy 10-years after it was first published in Unholy Grails. You can read that HERE. The article prompted numerous questions about the strategy so I’ll address two of the more popular ones. The first was, “Being busy I prefer to trade weekly charts. How […]

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If I had to choose one trading strategy

If I had to choose one trading strategy…

Published May 18th, 2021 If I had to choose one trading strategy it would be without hesitation – trend following. To be more specific, long side trend following using individual stocks. Why? A variety of reasons. In my view it’s the easiest way to generate a positive expectancy, specifically the ability to allow winners to get […]

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Taking An Active Interest – Part 1

Published May 18th, 2021 In this article we will look at taking an active interest. Previously I discussed the risks of being a Buy & Hope Hold investor in an index fund ETF. Watching the value of your assets decline by 50% isn’t comfortable. It’s easy to look back with the benefit of hindsight and […]

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