The Importance of WatchLists. My 2 Cents by Mike Simonato

Written by: Mike Simonato, Ontario Presenter: “My Three Friends”, Dec. 3, 2016, VectorVest International Online User Group (Click here to View: My Three Friends and "Investing for the Long Term, presented to the Feb. 6 2021 International Online Forum, you can watch by CLICKING HERE.  The Importance of Watchlists. Since nobody can tell from one [...]

2021-03-07T18:23:20+00:00March 7th, 2021|Categories: Energy, General Education, Guest Blogger|0 Comments

An Effective and Profitable Weekly Trading Plan Explained in Saturday’s International Online Forum. Get the Video Now.

A large number of VectorVest members enjoyed two outstanding keynote presentations at Saturday's International Online User Group Forum. First, VectorVest's UK Managing Director David Paul demonstrated a simple yet highly effective method of using weekly graphs to trade high quality, undervalued stocks. It makes an excellent style of trading for any busy investor and especially [...]

Tomorrow’s Essential Forum: Weekly Zone Pattern Recognition Trading and Energy Sector Update.

Saturday, May 6   Time: 11:00 am Eastern / 08:00 am Pacific What to do about increasing market volatility? What about falling oil and gold? Tomorrow's presentations to our monthly International User Group Online Forum could not be more timely! First we'll hear from VectorVest UK Managing Director David Paul about how he uses weekly [...]

2017-05-05T14:32:46+00:00May 5th, 2017|Categories: CA ONLINE FORUM, Energy, Technical Studies, VectorVest|0 Comments

The Week Ahead Video – August 22-26.

Earnings are winding down, but still a few interesting stocks to watch in the week ahead. In The Week Ahead video below we look at few CA and US companies that are reporting. We'll walk you through a trade set-up for Royal Bank (RY-Toronto) using Jamin's Trade Analysis Calculator, and we take a look at how the markets are setting [...]

2016-08-21T19:36:37+00:00August 21st, 2016|Categories: Canada Colour Guard Report, Energy, Gold/Silver, Video Library|0 Comments

How Oversold is our Canadian Market? And How Should You Play It?

At our live workshops, we often talk about the market cycle of emotions. We use the graphic below to show the cycle. What it shows is that many investors tend to buy too near the top when markets have already been going up for a sustained period leading to excitement and overconfidence. It's sometimes called the FOMO effect [...]

2016-01-23T15:57:14+00:00January 23rd, 2016|Categories: Energy, Webinars and Workshops|4 Comments

Canada Colour Guard Report May 6, 2015 – Why we might get a Confirmed Down Call Tomorrow

With the Canadian market already under pressure, Canadian investors were jittery today as the reality of an NDP majority in Alberta began to sink in across the oilpatch and Bay Street. The S&P/TSX Energy index fell 2.8%. The Mining sector was down 1.35% and Electronics fell 6.6%, led lower by Avigilon’s (AVO) 24% decline on [...]

Energy Update – Are you trying to pick the bottom?

By Michael Wuetherick, P.Eng. User Group Leader: Red Deer Alberta Jan.11, 2015 Energy Sector Update – Are you trying to pick a bottom, here are some insider tips? The price of crude oil, and the price of stocks focused on the energy sector, has continued to fall since my last Blog post on November 17th. [...]

2015-01-17T21:06:28+00:00January 17th, 2015|Categories: Energy|7 Comments

Is it time to bottom fish with oil and gas stocks?

We had an unusual situation yesterday when the top 10 strategies in the Derby were all bullish, even as the TSX fell more than 180 points shortly after the open. The strategies were all from the BOTTOM FISHING folder in UniSearch. Which stocks do you think might qualify best for bottom fishing right now? You guessed it, the majority [...]

2015-01-15T13:54:08+00:00January 15th, 2015|Categories: Energy|6 Comments
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