Wednesday, March 11, 2009


Anyone interested in purchasing a daily (weekly optional, for a lower price) newsletter? Each evening, before 9PM PST you would receive an email containing a PDF file, the newsletter.

In the newsletter:

- I'll discuss what happened in the markets that day and how I interpret the price movement (e.g. was it a short covering rally?, the start of a bear market rally?, a potential short, long).

- I'll focus on various points throughout the day on the S&P500 and occasionally the DOW (I prefer trading the S&P500 eminis and find it to be a better representation of the market). I'll touch on where ideal points of entry are and how I would identify them before price reaches that point (it does you no good to identify good points of entry after you can enter at the identified point).

- I'll also suggest possible scenarios for the following day. Sometimes it is easy to point out the most likely scenario. Sometimes having a few in your mind is necessary to stay on top of the game.

- With each newsletter I'll point out a few stocks that I am currently following. For instance, I followed AAPL for the last two days, successfully trading it a couple times for nice profits. I'll let you know what I am looking for and what ideal entry points are or are not. I'll list some trades I took, and why I took them.

- Furthermore I'll update you on possible news and developments (oversold or overbought conditions, etc) that you should keep in mind and what to expect should more information be released.

Also, I will make a deal that anyone who does not recoup the costs of the newsletter (assuming a reasonable beginning account size) will get a refund. Of course, you have to actually utilize the information in the letters. I'll have to consider exactly how we will quantify this, but I don't aim to rob you of your money. I want you to be successful, as it will reflect well on me.

Furthermore, despite limited time during the day to actually trade the markets (which is why I hope to make a little cash by writing information for others who can trade all day), I have made my friend 6% in overall profits in the last three weeks or so. It's not much, except when you consider the short bursts of time I actually have during market hours to trade (I love making $200 in 20 mins or so =)).

Let me know what you think.

Not sure about prices yet...would require PayPal payment as well.


Charlie G. said...

CP, I would like to support you in this endeavor. Unlike you, my time during non market hours is more limited than during the day. I basically have between 10-11pm at night and 8:00 to 9:30pm....

I will stay in touch for more details.


Complacent Panda said...

Cool. Maybe I can just work with you if you'd like. One on one or something if no one else is interested. I'd enjoy helping. We can figure out the specifics through email or something.

Sorry for the late reply, been busy today! =)

Will talk to you about this more over the coming week (maybe weekend).

Take care.

Anonymous said...

I would be interested in a newsletter also. Maria

Complacent Panda said...

I'm coming up with something. I'll keep you posted.