Welcome to TheMarket101.com, the “Professor's web site Classroom”.
Here you can read all the professor's comments on the market and his insights on how he trades it. Review the Dean's list and the Members Watch list. These list stocks and ETF's with a corresponding ranking. They can also be used as a forewarning of the market direction. Members can submit their own stocks or ETF's and have them placed on the Members Watch List and see how they rank against each other
The ranking is provided by the professor's proprietary algorithms. It provides a relative strength against other entries along with potential market changes and sector strengths and weaknesses.
Also provided is a Stock Analysis page where you can enter your stock or ETF pick and have it run against the technical indicators as taught in class or described in the Professor's book, Professor's One Minute Guide to Stock Management .
Many of you have heard about "The Professor's One Minute Guide to Stock Management” course. For those who haven't taken the course it is taught at the University of North Florida several times a year in their Continuing Education evening courses. Just look for “The Professor's One-Minute Guide to Stock Management” and sign up.
Specifically, what can you take away from the class or the book?
Here are just a few of the areas covered:
When is a good time to be “in the stock market” and a good time to be “out of the stock market”
Learn how to recognize when to buy and when to sell stock's and ETF's
How to recognize what to buy
How to Position Trade and the advantages
How to use technical indicators
You will also learn what the one most important concept for trading and making money is?
The “Professor's web site Classroom” is based on the teachings in the classes and provides the daily stock market indexes, top ten Gainers and Losers along with the Market Signals (Cockpit) displaying the status for the DMI, COACH and A/D OSC. The A/D OSC status will show when it has a Small Change.
Don't worry, you will learn what these indicators are, how to read them and what they tell you. They are very simply and they will be everyday conversation for you by the end of class. They are taught in the class and described in the Professor's One Minute Guide to Stock Management book.
For those of you that want to get more involved in trading , the “Professor” offers an advanced course on "Position Trading." You can learn about the “Professor” rifle trades, hanging fruit trades, pistol trades and more.
As always, the Professor never makes recommendations. The information is provided on an educational basis so you can have informed discussions with your financial advisors and/or accountants about your individual investment decisions.
All of the commentary expressed in this site and any attachments are opinions of the author, subject to change, and provided for educational purposes only. Nothing in this commentary or any attachments should be considered as trading advice. Trading any financial instrument is RISKY and may result in loss of capital including loss of principal. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Always understand the RISK before you trade.