Commercials which suggest
success in the market merely by having faster data? What
would you do if you had the same information as
a trader? Would you be less likely to "bet" on the
Promises of great
wealth merely from having read the right newspapers.
Listening to success
stories and never hearing about the realities of
One daytrader I visited, said that he listens to Joe Kernen
in the morning and that's how he picks his stocks. Joe
might be very upset if he knew that small fortunes are made
and lost based on his every word.
All these claims push the envelope of
truth in advertising.
"With XXXX.com I know exactly to the minute when the
market changes." Here is the definition of an oxymoron.
Exactly and to the minute are mutually exclusive
concepts in the stock market, especially within the
context of advertising faster data.
"Then I jump to the options chain and that's where I
really make my money." You still have to be right when you
guess which direction your stock will go.
"A few tips on being ridiculously wealthy from reading
the XXX." This requires a real leap of faith.
Wade Cook does an excellent job of explaining the essence
of options trading. But, everything I have ever read or heard
on this topic still starts with: "and if you think a stock is
going to go up then ........"
"Is there anything else I need to know? Yeah, they have
great sandwiches here." That advice is almost as useful as
reading the XXX.
We, at PowerTrade©, recognize that better information,
faster data and reliable execution are required to make
better decisions in the various markets. But these
conditions are not sufficient to be successful.
Specific strategies with acceptable
probabilities of successand
return on investment.
A System which does all the thinking and hard work
and removes the doubts of a harsh and unforgiving market.
A System with a proven track record that let's you just sit, relax and watch or
for signals when to trade, when to settle.
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