Friday, March 28, 2008

The Eleven Commandments of Trading

We want to say "Thank You" to our loyal readers in no fewer than 53 countries across the Globe for coming back to the Psychology of the Call. We are working dilligently to build out the most forward-looking financial portal on the internet; our dot com aspirations are just days away! We believe the 11 Commandments are so critical to your investing/trading success, we provide a link to them every Friday afternoon for good reason. We wish everyone of you a happy & health weekend and we leave you with a wise French proverb: "Money doesn't always bring happiness, but it calms the nerves". http://psychologyofthecall.blogspot.com/2008/02/eleven-commandments-of-trading.html

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Will you offer subsriptions or
ruin the experience with advertisements like the rest?

The Call Team said...

Thank you for the Q. We intend to introduce Psychology of the Call CC analysis as a subscription service; one hour of a corporate conference call takes us an average of 3 hours to pick apart. We will offer free add ons to paid subscribers in the form of "Psychology of the Week's Upcoming Data", and timely articles focused on the political forces which influence micro (stock)and macro (sector, geographical, adr) forces. We intend Psychology of the Call to be your go-to financial portal. We hope you are happy with our efforts so far, and we want to thank you for letting us be ourselves, again.

Anonymous said...

found your blog from wsj.com. good stuff guys..very unique and helpful blog. im glad i clicked on it. this is ahead of the curve. i'll be paying attention monday to see how things unfold. last weeks reaction to slightly better data has been shorts panic and then pile back on right?

The Call Team said...

Actually the institutional/pension fund money doesn't have much choice today. Bonds are yielding little, and the dollar continues to be a saving grace for blue chips like IBM; mkt is setting up for a rally sooner than later in our opinion. Chicago PMI will predict Tuesday's ISM(>90% correlation); then we're at the mercy of a "bigger hammer", Friday's Employmant Data. Seems like there is a lot of pessimism built into number, so just follow the 11 Commandments and keep some powder dry. The market rarely moves every stock, so we prefer to see a stronger trend/momentum, not get mauled by it ~