Trading Systems

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A Time-Tested Way to Consistently Make Outsized Gains
Tom Vician | November 20, 2015

If you're relying solely on fundamental or technical analysis, you're missing something very important.

How to Avoid Getting Shaken Out of a Winning Stock Too Soon
Tom Vician | October 19, 2015

Finding stocks poised to make big moves higher is just the first step. Here's the trick to sticking with the trend.

How to Pick Stocks on the Verge of a Breakout
Tom Vician | October 7, 2015

There's a way to consistently find stocks ready to make large price moves that's as simple as it is profitable.

Avoid Costly Mistakes With This Proven Sell System
Tom Vician | September 26, 2015

Knowing when to sell is just as important as knowing what to buy, and there is only one way to take the emotion out of it.


The No. 1 Way to Reduce Risk in Your Portfolio… Legally
Tom Vician | August 5, 2015

Investors are always searching for the "Holy Grail" -- a trade with a high return and no risk. Here's the next best thing.

How to Spot an Out-of-Favor Stock That's About to Soar
Tom Vician | June 19, 2015

While most people view contrarian and momentum investing as mutually exclusive, marrying the two can result in a powerful combination.

How the 'Alpha Score' Generates Huge Gains -- Without Options
Frank Bermea | June 1, 2015

If you think you have to take on a lot of risk to make gains this big, you don’t know about this indicator.

The Key to Huge Gains During Earnings Season Without Added Risk
Tom Vician | May 5, 2015

This can be one of the trickiest times to trade, and there's one thing I absolutely would not do.


The $27.5 Million Difference 'Hidden Yields' Could Have on Your Portfolio
Tom Vician | March 10, 2015

If you're ignoring them, you're missing roughly half of the cash companies distribute to investors.

Little-Known Indicator's Buy Signal Led to Huge Profits
Frank Bermea | February 3, 2015

Find out how it's making a small group of investors in the know a lot of money on stocks others may miss.