18 Trading Champions Share Their Keys To Top Trading Profits

18 Trading Champions Share Their Keys To Top Trading...

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CONTENTS The following trader profile interviews were published on FWN in 1996 GEORGE ANGELL KEYS IN ON VOLATILITY AND LIQUIDITY ……………. ............. 3 JAYE BERNSTEIN: PSYCHOLOGIST TURNED TRADER …………………. ................... 4 TOM BIEROVIC USES DISCRETION ON TOP OF HIS RULES . ....................................... 5 .................... 6 TOM DEMARK RELIES 100% ON MARKET TIMING ...................................................... 7 GEORGE FONTANILLS INCORPORATES OPTIONS TO A LOWER RISK . ..…………. .8 LEE GETTESS FOCUSES ON CONTROLLING RISK . ........................................................ 9 CYNTHIA KASE RELIES ON PROPRIETARY TECHNICAL INDICATORS . ................ 10 GEORGE LANE STILL TRADING OFF STOCHASTICS AT AGE 75 . .............................. 11 GLENN NEELY BUCKS TRADITIONAL ELLIOTT ANALYSIS ..................................... 12 GRANT NOBLE READS MASS MEDIA FOR CONTRARIAN SIGNALS . ...................... 13 LINDA BRADFORD RASCHKE FOCUSES ON TECHNICALS . ....................................... 14 RICK REDMONT BASES TRADING ON WYCKOFF THEORIES . ................................... 15 ANGELO REYNOLDS SCALPS IN THE EURODOLLAR PIT . ......................................... 16 PERSISTENCE PAYS OFF FOR JOE STOWELL. …………………………………………17 GARY WAGNER USES CANDLESTICKS TO MEASURE SENTIMENT . ....................... 18 BEN WARWICK'S "EVENT TRADING" KEYS IN ON NEWS …………………………. ..19 LARRY WILLIAMS: TRAINING KEY FOR TRADING, RUNNING ................................ 20
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GEORGE ANGELL KEYS IN ON VOLATILITY AND LIQUIDITY Volatility and liquidity are the two elements independent trader George Angell looks for in a market to trade. Currently, Angell exclusively trades the S&P 500 futures, putting on intraday trades only, never holding positions overnight. "Liquidity and volatility are the two things you have to have. You can't day-trade something like oats--it wouldn't work" Angell said. Back in the early 1970s, Angell first became interested in the commodities markets. "I bought sugar and it went limit up . .. then I bought copper and it went limit up, so I bought some more. Then it went limit down. I called my broker and told him to sell and he said to whom?" Angell said. "That's when I realized I had more to learn,” Angell added. In the early 1980s, Angell headed for the Chicago trading pits. He was a local trader at the MidAmerican Commodity Exchange, focusing primarily on gold. While Angell now trades for himself, off-floor, from a screen, he called trading on the floor "an invaluable experience.” "People on the floor are very short-term oriented" Angell said. "It taught me to get in, capture the trend, get your money and leave" he said. Now, however, Angell prefers off-floor trading. "I'm alone in a room trading. When I’m on the floor there are thousands of
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