DiamondTrim is one of several scheduled speakers at Trade-Ideas' upcoming 1st Annual Learning Curve Seminar in June in San Diego.
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I was watching Cramer’s Mad Money recently while channel surfing. His fans call him and talk about all this homework that they do. It got me thinking about homework in general. I was not very good about doing homework during my education but -- I was a damn good cheater. I'm not advocating being a cheater per se, but I am all for taking good shortcuts and avoiding work for work's sake.
So that realization gave me the inspiration for this blog post.
How many of Cramer's fans wake up in the morning and ask themselves, "Did I do my market homework?" Did you? If you didn’t then don’t worry, I didn’t either. Even if you did, ask yourself, "Did I do it well? Am I prepared enough?" The thing is there are tons of problems with doing market homework aside from the
possibility that you might just be wrong or the preparation as useless.
Enter Trade-Ideas. With TI you don’t have to worry about homework. Instead of trying to figure out where things might logically go and competing with Cramer's legions of fans or analysts from Goldman and other big institutions, you can give up on logic and simply watch from courtside seats where they go and ride their coattails or “cheat” with Trade-Ideas. The main thing to know is what to look for when big funds, the ones you really want to cheat off of, are buying and selling. See and Go with the flow.
This is why Trade-Ideas is conducting its first learning curve seminar, to teach their users how to set their sights to catch the big boys in action. I look forward to showing you how I do it.
DiamondTrim was the inspiration (source) for a Strategy Session called "40+ and Going". You can see it here: http://marketmovers.blogspot.com/2005/09/strategy-session-40-and-going.html