Track Record
FB 4 (+5%) Z 9.76 (+10%) SCTY 5.25 (+11%) DD 2.65 (+4%) DVN -4.5 (-7%) TAN 4 (+12%) FEYE 4.2 (+17%) PEIX 2.2 (+23%) IBB 12 (+4%) QQQ 5.5 (+6%) SPY 9 (+5%) NTAP 2.51 (+6%) BIDU 12.54 (+6%) IYT 6.4 (+4%) SGG 2.33 (+5%) Options: MCP 0.23 (+57%) PSX -3.91 (-5%) BIDU 10 (+5%) SMH 1.82 (+4%) SYMC 1.13 (+5%) URBN 2.28 (+5%) Options: SWN 0.22 (+22%) SDRL -3.39 (-11%) CORN -3.02 (-11%) TMUS 1.23 (+4%) SWN -3.76 (-9%) SINA 0.25 (+1%) NUS 3 (+7%) CLF 1.31 (+9%) DNDN 0.22 (+16%) LUV -3.3 (-11%) CGA 0.6 (+20%) S 0.52 (+9%) X 2.45 (+6%) PHO 1.25 (+5%) FXE -2.95 (-2%) VXX 0.57 (+2%) YHOO 2.05 (+6%) DIS -6.2 (-7%) VXX 2.1 (+7%) SINA 2.4 (+4%) EWG 0.94 (+3%) BRK.B -5.1 (-4%) SPY 0.56 (+1%) Options: WFM 0.41 (+16%) EWC 1 (+3%) HIMX 0.57 (+9%) CVX 1.55 (+1%) UNG 0.07 (0%) Options: HPQ 0.3 (+34%) MMM 2.2 (+2%) FXC 0.6 (+1%) TBT -4.92 (-8%) IYT 4.3 (+2%) USO 0.62 (+1%) AXP -3.37 (-3%) CMG -77.75 (-13%) QCOM 3.55 (+4%) ORLY 3.9 (+3%) KO -1.74 (-4%) SNDK 10.65 (+10%) MA 3.42 (+5%) IBB 11.5 (+4%) CSCO 0.22 (+1%) RDY 3.36 (+8%) HDGE -0.57 (-5%) DD 2.4 (+4%) Options: CVX 0.18 (+12%) MU 0.8 (+2%) INTC -1.99 (-7%) VXX -5.5 (-15%) CLF 0.34 (+2%) FB -6.34 (-11%) TJX 0.78 (+1%) BA 4.9 (+4%) Options: IYT 0.4 (+26%) Options: DAL 1.05 (+100%) IYT -8.9 (-6%) CVX 2.2 (+2%) GE -0.48 (-2%) TWTR 2 (+6%) UNH 3.24 (+4%) TSN 2.2 (+5%) IWM 6.3 (+5%) WHR 8 (+5%) VXX -4.05 (-10%) FEYE -9.35 (-26%) CRM 2.64 (+5%) DANG 1.05 (+10%) WFM 0.51 (+1%) QCOM 4.35 (+5%) IBB 22 (+10%) NFLX 22 (+7%) SH 0.27 (+1%) IWM 5.35 (+5%) RIG 0.63 (+2%) MOS 0.77 (+2%) VXX 2.3 (+6%) NFLX 16.4 (+5%) GLD 1.75 (+1%) COG 1.07 (+2%) LNKD 17 (+11%) P 2.35 (+9%) VXX 2.2 (+5%) DDD 4.67 (+8%) FDX 2.46 (+2%) YHOO 3.6 (+9%) ADBE 2.62 (+4%) WDC -7.75 (-9%) PCLN 51 (+4%) FB 5.65 (+8%) AUY -1.34 (-13%) JJC 0.56 (+1%) SPY 1.6 (+1%) USO 0.37 (+1%) JO 3 (+8%) PCLN 42 (+3%) GILD 7.5 (+9%) PLUG 0.6 (+10%) PRGO -13.3 (-9%) VXX 2.4 (+5%) CORN 1.75 (+6%) BBBY 2.53 (+4%) TGT 0.00 (0%) HAL 0.4 (+1%) FCX 0.66 (+2%) MCP 0.32 (+7%) SINA 3 (+5%) PBR 0.56 (+5%) BA 5 (+4%) JCP -1.35 (-21%) PCLN 25 (+2%) BA 2 (+2%) ANF 2.3 (+7%) F 0.76 (+4%) AMZN 15 (+4%) VXX 3 (+7%) YHOO 2.17 (+5%) WYNN 3 (+2%) HAL 0.25 (+1%) AUY 0.6 (+7%) ROSG 0.95 (+30%) SINA -6.24 (-7%) TWTR 12 (+17%) ABIO 0.67 (+43%) CCXI 1 (+19%) TWGP 0.72 (+29%) TWTR 2.5 (+3%) NEWL 0.3 (+17%) WPRT -1.25 (-6%) ECTE 0.58 (+21%) FB 4.11 (+9%) CELG -15.66 (-10%)


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Jim Rogers On InTheMoneyRadio: Shorting Stocks & Where To Invest Now

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks Sunday, March 30, 2014, 01:23PM ET

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We are thankful to have a great friend and legendary investor, Jim Rogers join us on InTheMoney Radio. Listen in as he shares his powerful insight into the global markets and economy.
He tells you exactly what you should be expecting from the markets and where you should be investing now and into the future. When you are ready to step up and take control of your financial future, join our Pros and loyal members from around the world who profit consistently from the markets. Our Research Center is the number one source for swing traders and those with a day job who cannot be at their computer all day - step inside right now for 7 free days, your destiny awaits.

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The "Crack Head Fed" Monetary Strategy, Crash Scenario, How To Profit

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Friday, March 21, 2014, 04:42PM ET

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At InTheMoneyStocks, our Pro Traders and Chief Market Strategists, Gareth Soloway and Nick Santiago are firm believers in giving back, helping others and making a difference in peoples lives. That is the main reason they created this company over 6 years ago after personally profiting from the markets for over 2 decades combined. Maybe you had the privilege of meeting them at our trading floor in Tampa, FL (if not, come join us now). Or you have been one of their multiple thousand members from around the world who have followed their guidance (view member videos). Either way, one thing is certain within minutes of speaking with them, their passion for helping others cannot be denied, and it is contagious.

In keeping with their goals of helping as many people as possible, around the world. Gareth has taken to the radio waves to not only help educated the masses on the markets and help the public take control of their financial future, but also benefit charity organizations that are in need of help.

In this show, Gareth welcomes Patrick Byrne, CEO of Overstock.com to talk markets and gain his expert insight into where the markets and economy is headed. Don't miss our next scheduled guests; Jim Rogers and many more incredible people!

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5 Reasons Why A Real Trader Is Not A Gambler

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Friday, March 21, 2014, 04:40PM ET

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How often have you heard someone say that they just bought a stock because they have a "feeling" that it is going to move higher? Personally, I hear someone tell me that every single trading day. When I ask them how do they know the stock is going to move higher, they answer by saying its a hunch or they heard someone talk about it. Well, in the trading world it is not prudent to take tips or trade on a hunch. There needs to be a sound methodology for taking a trade, otherwise it is just gambling. It is important to note, a good trader has the odds in his favor while a gambler does not. Just think about it, how can a Las Vegas casino stay in business if they do not have the odds in their favor? The answer is they can't. A casino knows that the odds are always in their favor and the longer a gambler plays in the casino the more likely the casino will take their money. As a trader you want to be Steve Wynn, not the guy at the roulette wheel placing bets.

Here is five reasons why a good trader is not a gambler, but more like a Las Vegas casino owner:

1. A good trader takes a position when the odds are in his favor, not when the odds are against him. An educated trader will accomplish this task by using charts and understanding the human emotion that is being displayed on a chart. That is why certain breakout and breakdown patterns continue to reoccur throughout history. The chart pattern is simply recording the human emotion that is taking place in that particular equity. Learn to read the charts and you will look at the markets in an entirely different way.

2. A good trader will know when to cut his loss when he is wrong. The legendary trader Jesse Livermore used to say that a trader should never take more than a 10 percent loss on any position. Even a Las Vegas casino will cut off a hot gambler if they win too much money. When a trader can admit they are wrong on a trade and limit the loss, it is much easier to come back from that error. Traders must always use a stop loss.

3. A good trader does not need constant action in the market. A trader only enters a trade when the chart setup favors that he will make money. If the chart setup does not overwhelmingly support a pattern then the trader does not want to be in the position. A gambler constantly needs action; they continuously need to have some type of bet in place at all times. This gambler mentality is one of the reasons why so many people over-trade and lose money. A good trader patiently stalks out a stock or equity waiting for the right chart setup to appear. One thing I have learned over the years is that the worst thing you can do as a trader or investor is to force your will on the market. Chart patterns make money and you must patiently seek the good charts out.

4. A good trader does not trade will with capital they cannot afford to lose. It is so important to be calm and keep all of your senses when trading. I have seen traders enter a position hoping that it is going to work out and their heart rate jumps up like they are running a marathon, this is usually a sign that they are trading too much money. A trader should not use capital that makes them feel uncomfortable. A gambler will usually bet the farm on a single bet, a good trader will not. Gamblers are always doubling down after they lose; this is a recipe for disaster, especially if you are a trader. I have seen traders blow up their entire accounts by doubling down and averaging in.  

5. A good trader does not take tips from others, but looks at the chart and decides whether the pattern is bullish or bearish. Have you ever been to a horse track? Half of the bets in a horse race are because someone has given someone else a tip. Good traders do their own due diligence and never listen to the public. Remember, when everyone is looking at the same thing it will rarely happen. Never take tips. Even the legendary Jesse Livermore admitted this to be one of his biggest mistakes as it was usually one of the main reasons for his trading losses.

Follow these steps, put them in practice every single day and on every position you take. By doing so, you will become the casino, with the odds in your favor, not the gambler.

Day traders... check this out.

Options traders.. this is for you.

Stock swing traders... look no further.

Nicholas Santiago
www.InTheMoneyStocks.com


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Advanced Cycles Webinar - February 8th 2014

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Friday, January 24, 2014, 04:21PM ET

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Advanced Cycles Webinar, February 8th 2014:
This course is for those who have previously taken the Methodology Revealed Webinar and are ready to propel to the next level of market mastery.


In this exclusive webinar, you will master these invaluable tools and MORE...


  • Find the turning points in the the stock market on a daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly basis
  • Understanding the business cycle & how to trade it
  • Learn and discover master cycles which control the markets
  • Recognize and utilize the importance of anniversary dates
  • Learn what determines a bullish or bearish year in the stock market
  • Discover when certain countries will have strong or weak stock markets, years before they occur
  • Effects on stock markets from eclipses and lunar cycles and more
 
More information and how to register can be found here. Space is limited, reserve yours soon...






3 Things You Must Know About Volume

Posted by InTheMoneyStocks.com Friday, January 10, 2014, 11:12AM ET

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How often do you hear a trader, investor or the media talk about volume? I would wager that you hear about this topic pretty often. As you may know, volume is the number of shares or contracts traded in an equity during a specific period of time. While that definition might seem helpful, it really doesn’t tell us what we need to know about volume, or how to use it properly. In this article, I will detail three helpful tips on how you can use volume to your advantage each and every trading day, regardless of the time period that you are trading.

1. When stocks move higher or lower with heavier than normal volume, it is a signal that the institutional money is involved in the equity. Why would this be important? It is important because the institutional money moves stocks and equities, it is not the individual investor at home trading a 100 shares of stock that move markets. Anytime you see a surge in volume it means the big money crowd is involved, and that could mean further upside or downside is very likely in the near term.

2. Traders should always watch for high volume moves from the past. The reason why traders and investors want to watch for high volume moves from the past is because that is generally an area where the institutional money (big money crowd) will support a stock should it decline into that area on lighter volume. See the chart below for an example of this.

3. Volume is a leading indicator. These days, there are so many traders that rely on oscillators and algorithms for trading and investing. Almost every oscillators and algorithm that I have seen is lagging the current price of an equity. Have you ever wondered why a stock or commodity didn’t move the way you expected it to move when a MACD or stochastic crossover has taken place? It is because these are lagging instruments, not leading. Volume happens in real time and it always tells us what's happening as it is moving.

Understand volume and how to use it like the Pros. In doing so you will give yourself an advantage over the masses who do not know how to read/utilize volume properly. The three tips above should help you get started.

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