Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Trading alerts and advice

For about a year we are studying the markets especially the DOW Jones, junior mines, silver, gold, oil and also individual stocks. We did also focus on technical and fundamental analysis and keeping an eye on the global trend of markets and sectors in those markets.

The reason of this blog is to give you every month a few possible trades that we like that you can evaluate and trade yourself.

What we especially like to do is give a buy advice on stocks we like after some kind off pullback.

This blog is new, so some links will not work, but we will keep refining everything. At first it is just about the information we provide. The rest is all extra.

Each article about a new potential trade will come with a certain maple leaf icon. There are three versions which I will try to explain.

When we rate a stock with a golden Maple Leaf that means that we consider the trade to have more potential upside than there is downside in the very near term future. That also means we are of the opinion that we are more likely to see the stock take on higher gains than that it will go lower.


When we rate a stock with a silver Maple Leaf that means that we do consider the stock has the potential for a short term rally but it just means that the technicals (MACD, RSI, trend,...) are just not that good as with a golden rating.



When we rate a stock with a red Maple Leaf that means that while we do expect some upward action from this stock in the very near future we also conceed that the risk is much higher and the chart technicals at the moment of the posting are not so favorable as they would be with the other ratings.


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