The Paradox of Choice The Challenge and Benefit of Being DIFFERENT Do You Have The STOMACH for Long Term Trading? Don't Become a VICTIM of Volatility Are YOU a Lazy Trader?
Why Most Traders LOSE

In the world of trading, the majority fail. Therefore, if you want to succeed you must by default be prepared to be in the minority – that is, not normal. According to a study undertaken by the...

Do You Have The STOMACH for Long Term Trading?

One of the things I always find interesting when speaking to Brad is that he really seems to not give much of a hoot about what a stock's price does on a day to day basis. When I first met him and...

Don't Become a VICTIM of Volatility

Let's discuss the issue of volatility and how it can potentially have enormous impacts on option prices.

A trader named 'Larry' was interviewed in Jack Schwager's book, Hedge Fund Market Wizards.

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The Challenge (& Benefit) of Being Different

In a September 2014 memo, Howard Marks , Chairman of Oaktree Capital, wrote about a topic which I think is fascinating and worth looking into. To give some background, Marks started his professional...

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Brad McFadden

Already a successful Fund Manager, Brad was increasingly approached by those let down by market professionals during the market chaos of 2008-2009. They needed help to make sense of the turmoil and rescue their retirement funds. Brad created the Daily Trading Report to answer this need.

With the revolution in online trading, investing and social networking, investing tools previously costing many thousands of dollars per month became available to private investors at little or no cost. Social networks also created new ways for investment ideas to rapidly be discussed and analysed by experts.

Brad created a service that allows private investors not only to access and trade the same strategies used by large institutional fund managers, but also to leverage the benefits of social networking for investors.