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Trading Systems - When to Override a System

Trading Systems - When to Override a System

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When should you override a trading strategy?

Let's use the following example for trading the e-mini S&P:

Your system establishes a long position at 1190.00 and the profit target order was placed at 1192.25 ($112.50 profit per contract). Prices moved up to 1192.00 and reversed. One hour later the system tries to reverse at 1191.00. Again prices moved up to 1190.75 and reversed. Two times the system missed the profit target by one tick.

Should you change the strategy?
or
Should you manually override the strategy when something like this happens?

How To Find A Good Tenant

How To Find A Good Tenant

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The relationship between landlord and tenant is a delicate one. Little issues can mar it, and make the experience unpleasant for both parties. In order to avoid such problems, you should look for good tenants with whom you can get along. This article deals with the question of how to find good tenants and ensure a pleasant experience for both the landlord and the tenant. Below is a list of tips to help you along in this process

1. Screen the Application. Have all your tenants fill out a detailed application form. If the person refuses to fill the application, then you should not rent your property to that person. Take down the applicant's name, income, credit details, past rental details, references, driver's license number, and the name of the applicant's employer.

Negotiating - How to Gain Rapport With Anyone

Negotiating - How to Gain Rapport With Anyone

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Rapport is the way to easily and naturally eliminate perceived differences between yourself and the other person.

Benefits of this article:

* establish rapport in 30 seconds or less with anyone.
* build trust into every communication.
* send subliminal messages of likeness.
* improve your range of responsiveness.
* achieve personal and professional flexibility.
* establish deep bonds of trust-quickly.
* covertly calibrate that you have rapport.
* know when you have made your point so you can avoid "over influencing".
* covertly calibrate when a person changes states.
* using your senses to develop understanding of others.
* establishing meaningful communication.
* improving your responsiveness range.
* build trust into your communication.
* verifying the current level of rapport.
* getting clients to focus on you.

Marketing Strategies For Real Estate Investors

Marketing Strategies For Real Estate Investors

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People are oping for investing in real estate over the uncertainties of the stock market. Many real estate investors are new to this market and often make mistakes leading to losses. They need to plan strategies for investing in real estate. People invest in real estate to sell at a later stage for a handsome profit. For this they need to have a marketing strategy in place.

Buy At Bargain Prices
Many real estate investors have entered the business because they saw someone else do the same, and make a lot of money. This is a big mistake, as it may not always work out for you. Since you will be selling your property later, you need to make bargain purchases, where you pay only around 80% of the current market value. This is not easy, but it is possible.

The Friendly Trend - Technical vs. Fundamental Analysis

The Friendly Trend - Technical vs. Fundamental Analysis

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The authors of a paper published by NBER on March 2000 and titled "The Foundations of Technical Analysis" - Andrew Lo, Harry Mamaysky, and Jiang Wang - claim that:

"Technical analysis, also known as 'charting', has been part of financial practice for many decades, but this discipline has not received the same level of academic scrutiny and acceptance as more traditional approaches such as fundamental analysis.

One of the main obstacles is the highly subjective nature of technical analysis - the presence of geometric shapes in historical price charts is often in the eyes of the beholder. In this paper we offer a systematic and automatic approach to technical pattern recognition ... and apply the method to a large number of US stocks from 1962 to 1996..."

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