Weekend Linking In

Nov 9, 2008: 5:44 PM CST

With another week behind us, let’s take a look at some key insightful blog or financial posts courtesy Newsflashr’s Blog and Business pages.

Dr. Brett Steenbarger at TraderFeed writes Learning to Trade: Viewing Yourself, Reviewing Your Trading as well as Learning to Win at Trading by Learning to Lose provide insights into the psychological world of trading methods.

Barry Ritholtz (The Big Picture) asks with comic genius, “Is this the Bottom?

Stock Trading to Go takes us through a chart of the 1930s and describes “Understanding Bear Market Price Swings Through History“.

Bill Luby at VIX and More shows a chart of VIX Jumps 10% on Consecutive Days that takes the Dow back to 1990 as he writes, “From a market timing perspective, the history of consecutive double digit jumps in the VIX does show a significant bullish bias going forward, but not one that develops until after the first day.”

Rob Hanna at Quantifiable Edges runs TradeStation statistics in “Down Another 5% – History Being Made Again.”  He states, “There have been 4 times that the Dow dropped 5% or more 2 days in a row. They were all between 1929 and 1933.”

Chris Perruna argues that Follow-through [is] not Likely.

The Site “Gaming the Market” focuses on informational posts that reveal possible market manipulation across multiple tactics, and always has great posts that are well-documented.

Declan Fallond notes that the First bottom test: S&P 900 key.

Feel free to send me links you find valuable for inclusion into possible future link posts.


6 Responses to “Weekend Linking In”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Thanks for the link! It’s good to be back blogging after a layoff of a few months.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    -Chris Perruna – forgot to sign my name, I’m rusty!

  3. Corey Rosenbloom Says:

    We’re glad to have you back!

  4. GTM Says:

    Thanks for the link paisan. I need to find where you get the energy to write so many good pieces.

  5. Blain Reinkensmeyer Says:

    Thanks for the plug! 😛

  6. Jakob Says:

    Great links. I really enjoy when I find new blogs about trading and investing. Keep em’ comming!