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Darren Winters started The Wealth Training Company in 2000. Since that time it has been growing rapidly and is now the market leader in the UK (and Europe) for stock market training. Darren Winters and The Wealth Training  Company have successfully trained more people to invest than any other stock market training company in Britain.

It has been the No 1 choice for over 165,000 people in the UK and also attracted clients from abroad. It has maintained its number one position by providing very high quality training courses that teach easy to follow and easy to apply investment strategies. This has resulted in 1000’s of graduate success stories and testimonials, with happy clients then referring friends and family.

To meet the growing needs of its clients, Wealth Training has developed WinWay TradingExpert a trading support and analysis package which has become Darren’s preferred trading software; it is configured to Darren’s precise trading requirements and specifications and you will not find this software anywhere else. Only WinWay TradingExpert provides all the tools a trader could ever need, under one roof!


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When It All Becomes Too Obvious

Investors who pay close attention to the financial markets by and large spend a fair amount of time being “perplexed.”  If you take all the “news” related to the markets and combine that with all the day-to-day and week-to-week gyrations of the markets, there often seems to be no rhyme or reason for what goes on (hence the reason I generally advocate a slightly less hyper, more trend-driven approach).   But sometimes it all seems to come crystal clear.  In the most recent fortnight most of the major market averages (with the Dow and S&P 500 being the primary exceptions) have touched or at least teased new highs.  Facebook got crushed and the market didn’t tank.  Tesla struggled mightily before bursting back into the bright sunlight – and the market didn’t tank.  In fact, all kinds of things have happened and still the major U.S. averages march relentlessly higher backed by a strong economy, reasonably moderate inflation and higher, yet by no means high interest rates.   At this point, it appears “obvious” that there is no end in sight to the Great Bull Market.  A number of momentum studies I have read lately seem to all confirm that the U.S. market will continue to march higher to significantly higher new highs.   And the fact that it is so “obvious” scares the $%^& out of me.  Don’t misunderstand.  This is not about to devolve into a hysterical “Sell Everything!” screed.  The trend is bullish therefore so am I.  But the “what could possibly go wrong” antennae still pop up from time to time.  So here are some random...

A Technical Method For Rating Stocks

The WinWayCharts EDScode based on Markos Katsanos’ article in this issue, “A Technical Method For Rating Stocks,” is shown below. Synopsis from Stocks & Commodities June 2018 I’s it possible to create a stock rating system using multiple indicators or other technical criteria? If so, how does it compare with analyst ratings? Investors around the world move billions of dollars every day on advice from Wall Street research analysts. Most retail investors do not have the time or can’t be bothered to read the full stock report and rely solely on the bottom line: the stock rating. They believe these ratings are reliable and base their investment decisions at least partly on the analyst buy/sell rating. But how reliable are those buy/sell ratings? In this article I will present a technical stock rating system based on five technical criteria and indicators, backtest it, and compare its performance to analyst ratings. !A TECHNICAL METHOD FOR RATING STOCKS !Author: Markos Katsanos, TASC June 2018 !Coded by: Richard Denning, 4/18/18 ! !INPUTS: MAP is 63. STIFFMAX is 7. VFIPeriod is 130. MASPY is 100. MADL is 100. SCORECRIT is 5. W1 is 1. W2 is 1. W3 is 1. W4 is 1. W5 is 2. !VFI FORMULA: COEF is 0.2. VCOEF is 2.5. Avg is ([high]+[low]+[close])/3. inter is ln( Avg ) - ln( Valresult( Avg, 1 ) ). vinter is sqrt(variance(inter, 30 )). cutoff is Coef * Vinter * [Close]. vave is Valresult(simpleavg([volume], VFIPeriod ), 1 ). vmax is Vave * Vcoef. vc is Min( [volume], VMax ). mf is Avg - Valresult( Avg, 1 ). vcp is iff(MF > Cutoff,VC,iff(MF <...

Dollar and Gold ‘To the Barricades’

This week it is the U.S. dollar and Gold taking their turns testing critical inflection points. U.S. Dollar As you can see in Figure 1, on a seasonal basis the dollar is moving into a traditionally weaker time of year.Figure 1 – U.S. Dollar seasonality (Courtesy In Figure 2 you can see that traders have been and remain pretty optimistic.  This is traditionally a bearish contrarian sign.Figure 2 – U.S. Dollar trade sentiment (Courtesy In Figure 3 we see the “line in the sand” for ticker UUP – an ETF that tracks the U.S. Dollar.  Unless and until UUP punches through to the upside there is significant potential downside risk.Figure 3 – U.S. Dollar w/resistance (Courtesy TradingExpert) Gold As you can see in Figure 4, on a seasonal basis the dollar is moving into a traditionally stronger time of year.Figure 4 – Gold seasonality (Courtesy In Figure 5 you can see that traders have been and remain pretty pessimistic.  This is traditionally a bullish contrarian sign.Figure 5 – Gold trader sentiment (Courtesy In Figure 6 we see the “line(s) in the sand” for ticker GLD – an ETF that tracks gold bullion. Figure 6 – Gold w/support (Courtesy  TradingExpert) I would be hesitant about trying to “pick a bottom” as gold still looks pretty week.  But if: a) GLD does hold above the support area in Figure 6 and begins to perk up, AND b) Ticker UUP fails to break out to the upside Things could look a lot better for gold very quickly. Summary As usual I am not actually making any “predictions” here or calling for any particular...