Category Archives: October 2012, Issue #5

Ask the Crew:
Crew members tackle questions
submitted by readers each month

Q: Just signed up for Weekly Options Windfall. Trying to find the math for selecting the long protective put in the calendar spread. Some positions are a month out, some are at the end of the year, some are a … Continue reading

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Coaches Corner:
Six Building Blocks of Trades

Hi, I’m Jon Wirrick joining you once again in the Coaches Corner. Those of you who have had me as a coach know I’m a big fan of the “keep it simple” philosophy. As such, I thought I’d take a … Continue reading

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Musings from the Editor:
Worries Aside…A Hidden Message?

Well, we’ve come through the tricky month of September and managed to close out the 3rd quarter in fairly decent fashion, all things considered. As things stand now, the broad indices are flagging bull, with both the INDU and the … Continue reading

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Traders Talk:
TEI’s Louis Horkan Interviews Norman Hallett

In this month’s Traders Talk, we’re chatting with Norman Hallett, CEO of Subconscious Training Corporation, the producer of The Disciplined Trader Program. Norman is a highly-regarded professional trader with more than three decades of successful trading experience. He’s devoted more … Continue reading

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Monster’s Perspective:
September was a great month for Time Warner

Chris McKhann and David Russell of optionMONSTER have been tracking the big media company Time Warner throughout the month of September and we thought the Traders Edge Network readers might be interested in their research. On September 10th David’s headline … Continue reading

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Karson Keith’s Options Insight:
Buying the Election. QE3 Flop?

It is no secret that during an election year the market usually finishes higher. This year we have a president that is more determined than ever to “buy” the election. But despite all of the attempts to prop the market … Continue reading

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