FISH STORIES / BLOGOccasionally I blog about fishing, the fishing industry and behind the scenes in the life of this humble fisher. These can be rigorously thought-out or pure fluff pieces. You get what you get. Kinda like fishing.
POSTED TO MEMBERS SATURDAY: I updated My LIVE Trading Journal with Friday's LIVE Trading Room trade ideas, unusual option activity, and trades. It's all in there now! Come Monday, it will be moved to the Members Live Catch page under Archive - Weekly Trading Journals...read more
For those not in my LIVE Trading Room, here is an example of The Captain’s Fishing Plan for the Week of September 24, 2017: Another words, in addition to live market commentary, custom analysis, and Macro-to-Micro trade set ups, I give clients full access to my LIVE...read more
This was my "Macro Focus" in this weekend's Gone Fishing Newsletter anticipating a US Dollar bounce. See It Market has published this section as well. After hitting a 14-year high at the end of 2016, the US Dollar has lost 11% in 2017. Whether a reaction to Trump...read more
Thursday I wrote This Blog for SeeItMarket that was published today, and wouldn't you know it, Banks/Insurers had a Big Bounce. 😉 Theme is still more than relevant! Members, look for your actionable trade ideas with the Gone Fishing Newsletter Sunday. This week has...read more
August may be known as the month of Volatility, but September is regarded as the the worst month for stocks. Simply put, August may have the biggest, unexpected volatility spikes from a place of complacency, but September has the largest draw-downs in equities,...read more
With every market-moving tweet, promise, provocation and policy proposal, President Trump has changed the investing and trading landscape. Finance Twitter is but a petri dish of sentiment representing what's happening beyond the stream. And clearly it is lit up with...read more
https://youtu.be/T27w3KUzh6A Chasing trading opportunities intraday-through-a-few days can be fun, and we have that kind of fun in my LIVE Trading Room, but the meat of returns is in the holding: positioning for a move that goes in our direction and then sticking...read more