Posts Tagged ‘course’

Stallion Mountain golf course sold for $3.8 million, to reopen soon

A Colorado management company has bought Stallion Mountain Golf Club for $3.8 million, three years after it was closed by foreclosure. Tartan Golf, which selected OB Sports to manage the course, plans to reopen it within 30 days. View full post on Business Stories

Billionaires gather in Arizona to hang out, talk about giving away their money

What do dozens of American billionaires talk about when they get together? Their topic this week was of course money; not how to make it, but how to give it away. Billionaire investor Warren … View full post on Business Stories

Kerr Shoots Course Record 64 At Ochoa Invitational

Tom Edrington – AHN Sports Reporter Guadalajara, Mexico (AHN) – Cristie Kerr got her putter working Thursday at the Lorena Ochoa Invitational and put together a round that featured nine birdies on her way to a course record 64, eight-under par at the Gaudalajara Country Club. Kerr’s performance was good for a three-shot lead over […]

Old Mutual chief Julian Roberts has a difficult lie

It’s what’s called a double-bogey. Poor old Julian Roberts, he just can’t escape the golf course. View full post on UK Business Stories

Day Trading – Using Intra Day Charts for Profit

Day traders look to use hourly charts within the day so they can trade with limited risk and get out with a profit. When doing this they use a variety of technical indicators such as pivot points to help them. Lets see how intra day charts can be used to help make profits in forex day trading.

Day Trading – A Common Mistake That Will See You Lose

Day trading systems and methods are one of the most popular ways to trade Forex. Let’s look at a common mistake in relation to day trading that you need to avoid to make money. Here is the most common day trading mistake.

The Common Misconceptions About Day Trading Courses

Majority of the newbie traders have this mentality that one course is already enough to make them a successful trader. They attend a half-day seminar, focusing on the lecture inside the room, and then walk out confidently as if they had all mastered the circuitry of trading. But that could not be possible! Sad to say for the valiant amateurs, being a good trader calls for more than two or three hours to spend at day trading courses. A number of courses is somehow needed to formulate fundamental familiarity to the different tactics and chances in day trading.

Is Taking a Course For Day Trading Worth it?

If you go through the pain of educating yourself on day trading and put what you have learned into practice, you will find it well worth the effort in the long run. You will have a life where you own your own time. Nothing in the world feels better than that. For a period of time in the beginning though, the learning process can consume your life.

ES Emini Day Trading: Welles Wilders Continuing Legacy in Technical Trading

Many years ago, early in my trading career, I began to gravitate from the straight support/resistance/volume trading systems and become interested in oscillators and other “exotic” indicators, as they were referred to at the time.  Of course, Welles Wilder’s ‘New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems” was often discussed.  The book was written in 1978. I […]