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The reason for this video blog (And accompanying Daily Blog) is a subject that I see arise on financial forums is generally a post by someone who wants to get started. It was started to help just such individuals - who have minimal funds to begin with. I'll trade an actual $500.00 initial account, via a rule set that I describe in this video, to allow the low-funded trader to understand the sort of things he has to think about.
Rule 1: The initial investment is $500.00, to be split amongst the accounts. Since I did that back in November of 2007? That rule is always done.
Rule 2: Each month, I can contribute $100.00, that can be split amongst the accounts however I choose. In other words, I can send $30.00 to Sharebuilder, $70.00 to optionsXpress; or $100.00 to optionsXpress, and nothing to Sharebuilder, etc. I discuss how I'm going to do that in this video
Rule 3: I'll be using regular investment and trade vehicles. Bonds. Stocks. ETF's. Futures Options. This video explains Airelon's Challenge Project for December, 2008.
NOTE: This is not an investment or trading recommendation. The losses in trading can be very real, and depending on the investment vehicle, can exceed your initial investment. I am not a licensed trading or investment adviser, or financial planner. But I do have 12 years of experience in trading and investing in these markets. The Challenge accounts are run for the education of other traders who should make their own decisions based off their own research and risk tolerance
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InTheMoneyStocks**** shows their analysis techniques on the intra day charts on the SPY as they discuss the support/resistance and pivot levels in this market. They discuss the markets continued weakness on lack of government clarity and how the financials are seeing a small bid off of CitiGroup Inc. news. They discuss all the key levels, all the levels to watch intra day for bounces and note how all the major key levels on the daily and final wrap up will be discussed in the nightly video released to the premium subscribers in the Research Center at www.InTheMoneyStocks****. Come join the Research Center to get current technical analysis on this market, learn where this market is headed, get all the key levels in the daily market report on the S&P, gold, oil and the US$. Also, get educational videos, picks and watch lists all from top traders at ITMS.
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‘Severe US contraction’
Fed’s Ben Bernanke
Recovery in 2010
But no money printing
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Ahead of Obama speech
Feb 25, 2009
US house prices
Down 26.7% from peak
US consumer confidence
Hits record low
Feb 25, 2009
AIG eyes 3rd bailout
After US$60 bln loss
North Korean missile
Test likely soon
Japan may buy shares
Feb 25, 2009
NZ leaky home inquiry
30,000 - 80,000 homes
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Feb 25, 2009
InTheMoneyStocks**** showcases the need to be a trend line analysis guru as they show how the key levels for the market breakdowns and bounces comes forth. They look at each level, pivot point and turn in the markets and continue to show and educate how important it is to understand this. They discuss the Bernanke effect and the Geithner effect on the markets as they testify on Capital Hill and look at the support/resistance levels for the rest of the day. Enjoy and come join the Research Center to gain access to our premium market guidance, data and educational support/teaching materials. Learn how to trade the markets profitably, enjoy InTheMoneyStocks**** guidance, levels and calls along with many other things. Also, join the Intra Day Stock Chat now with video and the Swing Trade Alerts.
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