The stock market can seem like a complicated  and intimidating place. There are often headline news, and different experts analyzing and making predictions. You are also often advised to let a professional help and guide you if you are going to succeed. But it's actually not that complicated.

As most of you probably already know, a stock is simply a small piece of a company that has issued shares by selling them to the public, and these shares can be traded among themselves on stock markets around the world. When you buy shares of a company you become a co-owner.


All stocks has an assumed value, and there can be many opinions about what that value is or should be. Market strategist, fundamental analysts and others all have an idea of what that value should be. Just to make a point here. Take a look at the Tesla stock (March 2018). Tesla has a market cap of $50 billion, and sales for $3 billion. Ultimately, the price is determined by what the market is willing to pay.

Owning a stock portfolio should be fun and interesting. When buying shares in a company it would be to your advantage if it's a company or sector you have some personal interest in. That way you will enjoy reading up on views and news.

Before buying or selling anything in the markets, we would like to encourage you to do your own research, and not listen to popular opinions. At times, it can be very uncomfortable holding a stock portfolio. Can you handle staying in when everybody jumps the ship? Or getting out during the biggest rally of of the century. A wise holding today, may not be a wise holding tomorrow. You're an investor, not someone who can predict the future.

Follow the market trends and history. Nothing in the markets builds towers in the sky.

And it will not be "different this time".


When your dentist, your taxi driver and that guy with the eyebrows tells you about the next big thing. Stay away!  If your holding, get out!


And Bob's your uncle. 🔗



The program scans the markets through all of the available historical data in order to find the historically most profitable market cycles and trends of the past. TradeMiner can be utilized to do this not only with stock markets, but also Futures markets and Forex markets too.

The TradeMiner program ranks down stocks and trades based on criteria like the below:

The scores three most important criteria are which markets make the most amount of money in the least amount of time, with the least amount of risk.

TradeMiner lives up to its name as a data mining program. These include the minimum and maximum length of the pattern, the % success rate (how often that period of time would have resulted in a winning trade), the minimum gain to be considered a winning trade and even the month of year for the trade to occur.

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  • Average daily profit

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