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Explaining Monte Carlo simulations

What is a Monte Carlo simulation in trading?

Published February 8th, 2020 Nick Radge explains Monte Carlo simulations and why they are important when testing your stock trading systems.   If I was to say to 100 people, “Take this system, go away and report back, trade different markets, do different things. Report back to me with the results in five years time.” […]

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trend following vs short term trading

Trend Following vs Short Term Trading

Published February 7th, 2020 Trend following vs short term trading: in this video, Nick Radge discusses factors to consider when deciding whether to be a short term trader or a long term trader using a trend following method. When we’re looking at systems to trade, we’ve got to look at what each system offers in […]

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Successful stock traders

Share Trading Videos – How to be a Share Trader

Published February 1st, 2020 In this share trading video, Nick Radge from The Chartist discusses the important factors to consider when deciding whether to become a share trader. Nick Radge highlights factors required to be a successful share trader. Why not follow Nick’s trading strategies?    

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Understanding your equity curve

Share Trading Videos: Understanding Your Equity Curve

Published February 7th, 2020 In this share trading video Nick Radge discusses how to understand your equity curve and what to expect during the trading journey. Nick shows you a real equity curve for the Growth Portfolio (the image above is an example only). It appears to be a nice, smooth upward journey. However within […]

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Swing trading video

What is Swing Trading and How Do You Trade a Swing?

Published February 7th, 2020 What is swing trading? Nick Radge explains in this short video. Swing trading is short term positioning, usually less than two weeks, but we can essentially use swing trading on any time frame. As you know, price action, price patterns are fractals. We’ll find the same price action on a daily […]

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Nick Radge on profitability

Profitability: Understanding the Journey to Profitability

Published February 7th, 2020 In this video Nick Radge talks about the journey to profitability. He looks at the difference between the equity curve of a long term trading strategy, a trend follower, and a short term trading strategy. Part of the psychology of trading is the shape of your equity curve or the how […]

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Nick Radge presents on trading success

What Makes a Successful Trader? by Nick Radge

Published February 7th, 2020 In this share trading video, Nick Radge from The Chartist answers the question “What Makes a Successful Trader?” If you enjoy this video why not trial Nick’s service – trading systems and advice for short term traders and active investors. Transcript “Men stumble over the truth from time to time, but […]

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trade frequency

Boost Your Annual Rate of Return with Trade Frequency

Published February 7th, 2020 Nick Radge explains how to boost your annual rate of return by increasing your trade frequency but still managing your risk. An important element of having a positive expectancy is trade frequency. In fact, I read the other day if on January the first, you buy the S&P 500 and hold […]

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growth portfolio

Benefits of the Growth Portfolio – Long Term trading

Published March 23rd, 2021 Benefits of the Growth Portfolio are many. Let’s look at the benefits here. The Growth Portfolio is a systematic approach to find stocks that may offer sustained upward trends. By capturing longer term trends, we are able to get the highest risk adjusted rewards. The Growth Portfolio will only ensure you […]

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THe Chartist Power Setups®

Short Term Trading – ASX Power Setups®

Published February 7th, 2020 Trish Radge briefly explains how to follow the ASX Power Setups®, The Chartist’s short term trading strategies for the Australian market. In this video we demonstrate an example of a Power Setup®. The chart shows the entry level in green, target price in blue and red is the protective stop. At […]

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