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It has been a while since I offered my stock pick newsletter, but I have now gone one better with my latest mechanical Trading System

  • 41% Return Since November 2007
  • 47% Win Percentage (Nov 07)
  • Max drawdown of 9% (Nov 07)
  • Blend of Ultra Long & Short Index ETFs
  • Trade Signals delivered by Email (EoD)
  • Free registration to Zignals required
  • $0.00 per month
  • You will find this strategy in the Top 20 Trading Strategies Leaderboard in the Zignals Dashboard
  • The strategy is called "ETF Heaven - Medium" and was created by user "Z_Strategy"
  • Other strategies can be found by searching for component stocks in our MarketPlace or by searching for a user; 'Z_Strategy' or 'fallond'
  • I'll be posting new of other strategies for other markets as they become available. In particular, FX, Commodities, European and Indian Trading Systems

    Design your own Trading Systems and earn real money and reputation!

    Zignals Stock Alerts offer price, volume and fundamental alerts. Fundamental alerts include analyst projections, upgrades and downgrades delivered to your email address or SMS phone

    New tag and note features allow you to manage large number of alerts and send a personalised message as part of the alert trigger

    Alerts also support the new Fundamental System created stocklists. Now you can combine a dynamic stock list created by the fundamental stock screener with a price and/or volume stock alert; for example - find when a dividend yielding stock of 5% or more has a bullish cross of a 50-day and 200-day MA.

    Create your own free Stock Charts. Add technical and price overlays, save your charts or post them to Twitter.

    Create your own profiles of indicators, add annotations or offer a Trading Idea and make real money.

    Create your own stock screen for US, Canadian (soon), UK, India, NYSE Euronext, Frankfurt, Dublin or Australian stocks.

    Activate your stock screen by creating a Fundamental System. Fundamental Systems are a fund type which notify you at the end of each day of the changes in the stocks meeting the criteria of your scan.

    The dynamic stock lists created by the Fundamental System can be used as the basis of your stock alerts

    Zignals offers the only multi-currency portfolio manager on the web with Euro, Dollar and Sterling Support.

    Get detailed analytics on the performance of your portfolio, including FX impacts to position profit and loss, and use it as a basis to improve your trading

    Supports Forex, energy and precious metal commodity based portfolios too.

    Powerful new Trading System builder with rich technical tools. Create your own trading system around any one of our global stock exchanges, forex data, or energy and precious metal commodities.

    To receive the trade signals, publish it to our marketplace and in addition you will have the potential to earn money from subscribers.

    Extensive backtest, risk management and exit strategy tools built-in.

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    Tuesday, May 13, 2008

    Feedback request: Alerts

    I'm looking for a quick-and-dirty feedback request for market alerts. "Market Alerts" encompass price alerts (e.g. stock price alerts), stock fundamentals (e.g. P/E drops to 10), portfolio alerts (e.g. a stock holding in my portfolio drops by $200).

    Use the comments section to add your wishlist for market alerts (type, frequency, subject matter, etc....).

    Don't hold back on what you would consider the 'dream list' of features you would want for an alert. Particularly if what you want is not currently available, or you are someone who doesn't use alerts but would if you could do x, y and z.

    Also consider delivery options; email is the main one, but what about iphone, sms, twitter? Would you use alerts if they could be routed to you in different ways?

    Your wish may come true and it won't cost a you a penny to get it!


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    Thursday, March 27, 2008

    Google needs to learn some SEO!

    *** Update *** Looks like Yahoo have reversed that decision. Date and time stamps are back. But Google still has its problems. *** ***

    With Yahoo screwing up with one of its better features (finance pages) you would think Google could step into the breach and steer people their way. Unfortunately, Google has its own niconpoops in charge of Google finance:



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    Tuesday, March 18, 2008

    What you should be reading for today

    Looks like St. Paddy's day was not one for Bear Stearns (or its employees) to celebrate. The subsequent action in the markets reflected the panic.

    Bill has an excellent chart showing the relationship between the VIX and 10-year Treasury Yield. This ratio is at levels last seen in the 2002/2003 bottom

    TraderMike has his usual succinct summary. He is watching 2,200 closely in the Nasdaq. Market reaction to Fed decision will decide whether we have support or resistance.

    Will the Fed cut by a full 1%? Will Markets view it as the needed cure? Or a panic reaction to the current state of affairs? It sounds like a lot to me - but what do I know.

    Barry has Lehmans on B.S. watch.

    Steven Smith
    at TheStreet.com noted heavy option trading volume in B.S. over the course of the last couple of weeks.

    Kevin's Market Blog is looking for a measured move target down to $39-39 for the Qs.

    Quantifiable Edges notes how Bear ruined the traditional pre-Fed rally. But, not to be outdone, the Fed impact on the market turns more negative as time passes (Oh Great!).

    In times like these it is better to buy stocks for the long haul, rather than try and trade the volatility swings. For me, the best stocks to buy in these conditions are dividend payers. Why? You are buying a stock at deep discount with a yield which is (usually) far superior to any bond - a good floor for any stock. Assuming you spread your share purchases over time you can get a really good deal on stocks. Sites like Dividend Money, Dividend Growth, Dividend Guy, Dividends4Life, and Dividends Matter should be on your feed readers. Dividend Money had a nice piece about Insurers.

    If/When the Fed starts to adopt a Zimbabwean policy towards money it will probably unwittingly cure the Social Security shortfall.

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    Tuesday, January 15, 2008

    Oh to be in Hawaii now...

    Winter in full swing in Dublin; dark and chilly. But not so long ago it was Boccoe and Beer at chez Kaimuki, HI:


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    Saturday, January 05, 2008


    One for me to play round with later


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    Thursday, December 13, 2007

    Jack Haddad Trading

    Jack Haddad's feed should be on everyone's feed reader. His trade posts are twitter-like in structure, but convey all the information you need in real-time. His feed is part of Blain's excellent StockTradingToGo blog. For reference I have marked in Jack's Goldman Sachs Group (GS) trade based on when he published it on his blog - unfortunately, I wasn't able to get a clear 1-min chart for the morning which would have detailed the trade better, but grab his feed and you'll see today!


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    Friday, November 23, 2007

    Still no broadband...

    Broadband delayed until next Tuesday when Eircom issued for a modem to be mailed, but had no modem to mail.



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    Friday, November 16, 2007

    Daddy is very interesting......


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    Friday, November 09, 2007

    Limited 'Net acccess until November 23rd

    New home - new dilemmas. Broadband access won't be available until November 23rd at the latest. This likely means no blog update for this weekend. The same goes for the main website. Subscribers will get an email commentary on the market action and memberships will be extended for the period of the downtime.


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