The overall Market was down and at FS Securities 95% of our clients earnt between $5,000 to $55,000 during the month

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November was a good profitable month for our clients

XJO (ASX 200) finished trump last week   

Large clients (made >$5,982 before coms and fees):

Medium size clients (made >$4,054 before coms and fees):

Small clients (made >$1,350 before coms and fees):

 

Other Options Trades finished trump last week (calculated after ...

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Stochastic (final) (technical indicator we use)

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Stochastic (final) (technical indicator we use)

source:  http://www.crbtrader.com/pubs/rwta/tipv2n20.asp

RSI vs. Stochastics

By Michael N. Kahn

Comparisons and Contrasts

Simply stated, the Relative Strength Index yields the most meaningful results in trending markets while Stochastics work best in flat or choppy markets. While the goal of each is similar, they were designed with different specific purposes. The RSI, as mentioned, helps determine….

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Stochastic (part 4) (technical indicator we use)

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source:  http://www.crbtrader.com/pubs/rwta/tipv2n20.asp

 RSI vs. Stochastics

By Michael N. Kahn

Momentum indicators have proven themselves to be useful indicators for forecasting market trends and changes. Those that are indexed also enable the analysis to be applied to all markets with equal ease and consistency. However, not all oscillators are…..

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Stochastic (part 3) (technical indicator we use)

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Stochastic (part 3) (technical indicator we use)

source:  http://www.onlinetradingconcepts.com/TechnicalAnalysis/Stochastics.htmlr

 Stochastics 

  1. Stochastics Fast & Slow
  2. Stochastic Buy & Sell Signals
  3. Stochastic Price Divergences 

Stochastic Fast

Stochastic Fast plots the location of the current price in relation to the range of a certain number of prior bars (dependent upon user-input, usually 14-periods). In general, stochastics are used to……

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Stochastic (part 2) (technical indicator we use)

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Stochastic (part 2) (technical indicator we use)

source:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stochastic_oscillator

Interpretation

The signal to act is when there is a divergence-convergence, in an extreme area, with a crossover on the right hand side, of a cycle bottom.[3] As plain crossovers can occur frequently, one typically waits for crossovers occurring together with an extreme pullback, after a peak or trough in the %D line. If price volatility is high, an exponential moving ...

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Stochastic (part 1) (technical indicator we use)

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Stochastic (part 1) (technical indicator we use)

source:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stochastic_oscillator 

In technical analysis of securities trading, the stochastic oscillator is a momentum indicator that uses support and resistance levels. Dr. George Lane developed this indicator in the late 1950s.[1] The term stochastic refers to the point of a current price in relation to its price range over a period of time.[2] This method attempts to predict ...

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Moving Average (final) (technical indicator we use)

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Moving Average (final) (technical indicator we use) 

By Cory Janssen, Chad Langager and Casey Murphy and Investopedia

Most chart patterns show a lot of variation in price movement. This can make it difficult for traders to get an idea of a security’s overall trend. One simple method traders use to combat this is to apply moving averages. A moving average is the average price of a security over a set amount of time. ...

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Moving Average (part 2) (technical indicator we use)

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Moving Average (part 2) (technical indicator we use)

Interpretation of the Moving Averages: 

There are five trading rules that aid traders to interpret the MA. The first rule addresses the issue that sometimes prices move across the MA and very quickly moves back across, the question is; what constitutes a crossover? A traditional method to recognise a crossover once the price has crossed the MA by 3%, this was ...

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RSI (final) (technical indicator we use)

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RSI (final) (technical indicator we use) 

The Relative Strength Indicator (RSI):

Developed J. Welles Wilder, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements. RSI oscillates between zero and 100. Traditionally, and according to Wilder, RSI is considered overbought when above 70 and oversold when below 30. Signals can also be generated by looking for…..

  

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