The Traders Journal

January 2018

The Traders Journal

This Is Personal: My Very Own ChartList Organization

by Grayson Roze

  The other morning, I joined Tom Bowley and Erin Swenlin on their daily MarketWatchers LIVE web show. My appearance was part of the weekly "Everything StockCharts" segment, which covers important tips, tricks and other information that all StockCharts users can benefit from. The show got a little, well personal! I put my very own StockCharts account up on the screen and shared the unique ChartList organization that I use to watch the markets and my portfolios. Plus, I shared a very important "Tip of the Day" and demonstrated how to create a helpful Read More 

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Maximizing Your Profits Since 2013 - Tensile Trading ChartPack Update #18 (Q4, 2017)

by Gatis Roze

Yes, the markets are extended.  All prudent investors should be reviewing the Permission-to-Sell Dashboard (ChartList 10.4) every week.  We’ve added another useful market timing chart and made all 15 charts more muscular. The times are a’ changing in the ETF arena as well. Hundreds are closing and new smart beta ETFs are being added. This update reflects those profound changes. The same is true for you sector investors. There have been tectonic shifts in the composition of the S&P Sector ETFs which are reflected in ChartLists 401-409 (see below). As always, we’ve mined the Read More 

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The #1 Lesson Learned From All My 2017 Trades

by Gatis Roze

Over 25 years of full-time trading, it’s been my experience that, as an investor, one moves ahead by looking back. In other words, reviewing my 2017 Trading Journal will improve my 2018 results. Indeed, the tenth and final stage of Stock Market Mastery is to Revisit, Retune and Refine. It’s a proven discipline that keeps on giving year after year. Having just reviewed my 2017 journal over the holidays, I’ll share with you the key lesson this year. It can be encapsulated literally in a single word: PATIENCE. For this blog, I’ll focus on my individual stocks to illustrate how I applied Read More