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Jeff Sun’s method and flow

1. Date (Why it is 1-Day after the Market Close) As most of you are aware, I am a Singaporean trader who primarily operates within the Asia Pacific time zone, even when I frequently travel on short-haul flights. It’s worth noting that, like many others, I have regular sleeping patterns even while trading the US market. Therefore, when I wake up, my first task is to prepare my market diary, which includes pre and post-market analysis. However, since I am already in the Asia Pacific region (GMT +8 currently), my diary is typically dated a day later due to the time difference. I strive to maintain my focus and align my travels within a time zone range of +2/-2. This approach allows me to capitalize on the advantage of preparing

Catalysts that create explosive moves

As a trader we are interested in quick moves and when it comes to quick moves market tends to reward certain things. Earnings surprise: In the short run as well as in the long run a significant earnings surprise will lead to a rally, if the surprise is not priced in to current price. If you see the list of stocks up big in last one quarter you will see most of them had big earnings surprises. New contracts or orders: In industries where contracting is prime mechanism for selecting suppliers, a news of new contract or series of big contracts is a price mover. In such cases the contract tells you about future profitability. When looking at contract news one must look at size of the contract relative to

What drives momentum

Momentum moves are triggered by some news. A surprisingly good or bad news often leads to start of a momentum move. This kind of move can be of many types. But the one news with potentially big impact is earnings news. Earnings have the potential to lead to start of multi month or multi year moves. Sector is another big catalyst. If a sector move gets going the good , bad and ugly companies in it can make big moves. You will see that in solar stocks currently. There are bubble type momentum bursts in these stocks in last few weeks. If you look at the fundamentals of many of these stocks, you will see that they are terrible and likely to be terrible for foreseeable future. But momentum does

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United States Investing Championship 2023 Final Results

https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20240126217806/en/United-States-Investing-Championship-2023-Final-Results LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The United States Investing Championship just announced the final standings for the 2023 Investing Championship. There were three hundred fifty-two competitors. Prior top performers include Paul Tudor

Stock Master Shares Secrets

Dan Zanger Says… Follow the Leader March 29, 2007 The Stock Master Shares His Secrets By Matt Blackman It is not often that traders get a crash course from a

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CANSLIM traders list

Record breaking traders who are influenced by CANSLIM

These traders share a common approach in that they place a high priority on technical analysis in their trading. While they acknowledge the importance of fundamental analysis, they understand that a combination of both technical and fundamental analysis can lead to optimal performance.

By leveraging technical analysis alongside fundamental analysis, these traders aim to enhance their understanding of market trends, price action, and relative strength, while still considering the fundamental factors that can impact stock performance. This balanced approach allows them to make more informed trading decisions and potentially achieve better results.