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E-Book - Tips, Tricks & Techniques for Daytraders
Ready now for free download, our PDF version (printable) of our popular Tips, Tricks & Techniques section. Here you will find the entire text of our Tips section complete with graphs, charts, worksheets, and more. This fully describes our methods in successfully trading the S&P 500 with a small account size ($30,000 to $75,000).
When printing any document of substantial size (the Tips book is approximately 70 pages), you'll find that the extra time and effort is well worth it to use duplex printing (that is, printing on both front and back sides of the paper).
Many popular programs, including the 4.05 version of Acrobat Reader (see Software Spotlight below) are beginning to include this functionality as a choice when you print.
How do you print both sides of the paper? Here are the basic steps, and we prepared a visual printing tutorial for you.
1. Choose the printer icon, or File > Print from the menu
See our review below on Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.05
which now includes this feature built right in. If you have an older version
of Acrobat Reader and do not plan intend to get 4.0, you can still take
advantage of this feature by downloading and installing Arts Duplex.
Read our review on our Traders Tools
- Software Utilities for Traders page and then go get yourself a free
Ultra fast Internet access has come our way and we are now able to send the Real-Time Signals via a super fast DSL connection.
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Do you have trouble staying online while trying to receive the Bulletin Real-Time Signals, or during any Internet session?
Do any of these sound familiar?
This can be caused by many things, but most often is one of two things:
Read further for ideas of how to combat these problems:
MODEM UPDATE - If you have had your computer for more than six months (even new systems can include modems with outdated drivers) go to the following web sites for additional information and/or instructions on how to download newer drivers or determine if yours are current:
Also, try contacting your ISP directly to ask if they have suggestions. Most ISPs will offer assistance in determining if your settings are correct (and most will recommend updating your modem drivers).
ISP KNOCKING YOU OFF - You can do three things to combat an ISP with this policy:
The data being sent to or from your computer is how the ISP determines whether you are online. Trouble is, you can be reading a long E-mail, composing an E-mail, or reading a web page, and BOOM suddenly you're disconnected. Crazy making, that's what it is! As if it doesn't take long enough to get online in the first place.
Use Stay Connected and wave goodbye to this annoying problem. This software is designed to mimic a browser session. It will also deal with AOL's constant dialog box asking politely if you want to stay connected (who would answer "No"?).
If your problem is a limited "unlimited" policy, get Stay Connected. It is your best solution. Read their information and get a copy today. Free trial period then only $19.95 to register.
Remember, don't stay online when you are actually leaving your computer, such as going out to dinner ;-) Out of courtesy to other surfers, do log off when you are finished.
Systems and Methods by Perry Kaufman
Trading Systems and Methods is a reworked edition of Perry Kaufman's classic New Commodity Trading Systems and Methods. This new edition contains much of the valuable material of the original book as well as new sections on Expert Systems, Fuzzy Logic, Fractals and Chaos, Neural Networks, etc.
This book is a valuable reference that should be on every trader's or investor's bookshelf. We use this reference work often and recommend it highly.
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Books are the single best and least expensive way to learn more about trading. Visit our bookstore today for our choices for best and favorite books about trading.
Many of our subscribers have sent us E-mails describing their experiences
using the Real-Time Signals. Recently one of these subscribers was so
excited he sent us a detailed message describing his first two weeks.
We have posted his comments in their entirety. Read Mr.
Dukes' comments from Australia on how he made $6,000 US in his first
two weeks. (See Disclaimer Below)
========== Software Spotlight - Free Adobe
Acrobat Reader 4.0
We have written a short series of articles about PDF files and the Acrobat Reader Software:
Visit our Trader's Toolbox - Software Utilities for Traders page for details on other software and utilities we find helpful.
Our cumulative net result up to and including November 26, 1999 on our model account is $96,500. This is a 322% annual return and includes the recent drawdown period.
These results are posted after each trading session (late evening) on page 6 of the Overnight Update and also can be viewed on our Cumulative Net Results page.
It is our sincere desire that our web site and Real-Time Signals service is an informative and educational resource for you as a trader. Please be aware that you may trade in front of us, with us, or after us and that it is imperative that you make your own trading decisions based on your specific risk tolerance and discretionary funds. There is a risk of loss in trading futures.
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